40 J. Corp. L. [ix] (2014-2015)
Table of Contents

handle is hein.journals/jcorl40 and id is 317 raw text is: THE JOURNAL OF CORPORATION LAW
Volume 40                          Winter 2015                           Number 2
ARTICLES
M ultijurisdictional M &A  Litigation ......................................................... Gideon  M ark 291
The  Fiduciary  G ap .................................................................................... K elli A . Alces  351
The New Global Financial Regulatory Order: Can Macroprudential Regulation Prevent
Another Global Financial Disaster? .......... Behzad Gohari & Karen E. Woody 403
Crossing the Fault Line in Corporate Criminal Law .......................... Amy J. Sepinwall 439
NOTES
Beyond the Brokerage Fee: The Hidden Cost of Investment Through Brokerage Firms-
Due  Process Protection  ......................................................................... Paul Covaleski 483
Sexy Sex Discrimination: Why Appearance-Based Discrimination Is Sex
D iscrim ination ................................................................................ Sarah  E. Friedricks  503
Drilling for Disclosure: Resource Extraction Issuer Disclosure and American Petroleum
Institute  v. SEC  ................................................................................ Andrew  L. M agner  521
Squalls in the Safe Harbor: Investment Advice & Regulatory Gaps in Regulation
Crow dfunding  ........................................................................................... Ethan  O lson  539

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