7 U.C. Davis Bus. L.J. [i] (2006-2007)

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BUSINESS LAWJOURNAL
VOLUME 7, EDITION 1                          FALL 2006
ARTICLES
ENTRY BARRIERS AND CONTEMPORARY ANTITRUST LITIGATION
D ANIEL  E. LAZAROFF  ..................................................................... 1
LEGAL HAZARD: CORPORATE CRIME, ADVANCEMENT OF
EXECUTIVES' DEFENSE COSTS, AND THE FEDERAL COURTS
PETER  MARGULIES  .................................................................. 55
COMPULSORY UNIONISM AS A FRATERNAL CONCEIT? FREE CHOICE
FOR WORKERS: A HISTORY OF THE RIGHT TO WORK
MOVEMENT, BY GEORGE C. LEEF, JAMESON BOOKS, 2006
HARRY  G. HUTCHiSON  ............................................................... 125
COOPERATION BETWEEN MERGER CONTROL AUTHORITIES OF THE
E.U. AND THE U.S.: A VIABLE SOLUTION FOR
TRANSATLANTIC MERGERS?
ALEXANDR  SVETLICINII .............................................................. 171
LOOKING FOR FAITH IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES: RETHINKING
AGREEMENTS TO NEGOTIATE IN GOOD FAITH
JOHN  C. C. SANDERS, JR ............................................................. 199
REEXAMINING THE SEC's USE OF OBEY-THE-LAW INJUNCTIONS
D AVID  M   W EISS  ........................................................................ 239
PEERING OVER THE GREAT WALL: EXTRATERRITORIAL SECURITIES
REGULATION AND U.S. INVESTMENT IN CHINA'S STATE
OWNED-BANKS
D AVID  FINN  ............................................................................... 277

 2006 by the Regents of the University of California

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