44 Wake Forest L. Rev. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/wflr44 and id is 1 raw text is: WAKE FOREST
LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 44                  2009                NUMBER 1
Copyright  2009 by the Wake Forest Law Review Association, Inc.
ARTICLES
PROCEDURAL JUSTICE IN NONCLASS
AGGREGATION ............................................. Elizabeth  Chamblee Burch  1
ALLOCATION OF CHECK KITING LOSSES UNDER THE
UCC, REGULATION CC, AND THE BANKRUPTCY
CODE: RECONCILING THE STANDARDS ....................... A. Brooke Overby  59
IN DEFENSE OF VOLUNTARY DESEGREGATION: ALL
THINGS ARE NOT EQUAL ................................................ Derek  W. Black  107
VIOLENCE ON THE BRAIN: A CRITIQUE OF
NEUROSCIENCE IN CRIMINAL LAW ....................... Amanda C. Pustilnik  183
COMMENTS
BREAKING THE LAW AND GETTING PAID FOR IT: HOW THE
THIRD RESTATEMENT OF TORTS SYNTHESIZES Two
DISTINCT STANDARDS OF CARE OWED TO
TRESPASSERS  ......................................................................... A nn  Fievet  239
PAINTING THE PAST AND PAYING FOR IT: THE DEMISE
OF DAUBERT IN THE CONTEXT OF HISTORIAN EXPERT
W ITNESSES  ....................................................................... H olly  M organ  265
EMPIRICAL STUDY
DETERMINING SHAREHOLDER ACCESS: EXAMINING
SHAREHOLDER-MANAGEMENT RELATIONSHIPS
THROUGH THE DIFFERING LENSES USED BY
THE SEC AND THE COMMON LAW OF
CORPORATE BYLAWS ........................................................ Carolyn  Check  297
......................................................................................... M ichael  M iller

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