90 Notre Dame L. Rev. Online [i] (2014-2015)

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NOTRE DAME



LAW REVIEW



         ONLINE


Volume 90 Number 1


December 2014


CONTENTS


        PRACTITIONER COMMENT

Compliance with Most Favored Customer Clauses:
Giving Meaning to Ambiguous Terms While Avoiding
False  Claim s Act Liability  .............................................. M itchell S. Ettinger
                                  & James C. Altman


              CASE COMMENT

Quasi-Rights for Quasi-Religious Organizations:
A New Framework Resolving the Religious-Secular
Dichotomy After Burwell v. Hobby Lobby ........................... Krista M. Pikus


              RECENT CASES

McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission .......... Stephen M DeGenaro

Lane v. Franks ..........................................................  Katie  Jo  Baumgardner

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