49 Wake Forest L. Rev. [i] (2014)

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LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 49                         2014                     NUMBER 1
Copyright  2014 by the Wake Forest Law Review Association, Inc.
ARTICLES
MUST TORTS BE WRONGS? AN EMPIRICAL
PERSPECTIVE   ................................................................ Joseph  Sanders
................................................................................ M atthew  B . K ugler
................................................................................ Law rence  M . Solan
...................................................................................... John  M . D arley
PLAUSIBLE PLEADING AND MEDIA DEFENDANT
STATUS: FULFILLED PROMISES, UNFINISHED
BUSINESS IN LIBEL LAW ON THE GOLDEN
ANNIVERSARY OF SULLIVAN .............................................. Clay Calvert
.................................................................................... E m m a  M orehart
.................................................................................. Sarah  P ap adelias  47
RODRIGO'S EQUATION: RACE, CAPITALISM, AND
THE SEARCH FOR REFORM ......................................... Richard Delgado  87
SOLVING THE MULTIMILLION DOLLAR CONSTITUTIONAL
PUZZLE SURROUNDING STATE SUSTAINABLE
ENERGY   POLICY  ............................................................... Steven  Ferrey  121
SHOULD THE COMMERCIAL LANDLORD HAVE A DUTY
TO MITIGATE DAMAGES AFTER THE TENANT
ABANDONS? A LEGAL AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS ............ David Crump       187
ESSAYS
STRIVING FOR EQUAL JUSTICE: APPLYING THE FAIR
SENTENCING ACT OF 2010 RETROACTIVELY ....................... Harvey Gee 207
WHY TECHNOLOGY CUSTOMERS ARE BEING SUED
EN MASSE FOR PATENT INFRINGEMENT AND WHAT
CAN  BE  DONE  .................................................................. Colleen  Chien
...................................................................................... E dw ard  R eines  235

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