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36 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. [i] (2009-2010)

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Law Review
VOLUME 36                 2009              NUMBER 1
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN MINNESOTA LAW
After the Storm: Asymmetrical Information, Game Theory,
and an Examination of the Minnesota Model for National
Regulation of Mortgage Brokers and Tomorrow's Predatory
Lenders
M ark  Ireland  ................................................
Anticipating an Evil Which May Never Exist: Minnesota's
Anachronistic Identifying Mark Statute
M ichael Freiberg  ..............................................  45
Finessing Well-Plead Derivative Lawsuits: The Implications of
the Minnesota Supreme Court's Selection of Auerbach over
Zapata
James F. Hogg and Kyle R. Triggs .............................  70
The Unnecessary In-State Relocation Standard
Andrea Niemi, John Jerabek, and Andrew Birkeland .............. 116
WILLIAM MITCHELL CONFERENCE ON CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE
Foreword to Articles Presented at the 2009 Childhood
Sexual Abuse Awareness Conference
Phebe Saunders Haugen .......................................  138
A Crooked Picture: Re-Framing the Problem of Child Sexual
Abuse
Eric S. Janus and Emily A. Polachek ........................... 142
Framing Clergy Sexual Abuse as an Institutional Failure:
How Tort Litigation Influences Media Coverage
Timothy  D . Lytton  ............................................  169
The Forensic Interviewer at Trial: Guidelines for the
Admission and Scope of Expert Witness Testimony
Concerning an Investigative Interview in a Case of Child
Abuse
Victor  I.  Vieth  ................................................  186

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