118 W. Va. L. Rev. [i] (2015-2016)

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   WEST VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW



Volume 118                       Fall 2015                          Issue 1


                          TABLE  OF  CONTENTS

                                ARTICLES

The Strange Persistence of Affirmative Action
Under Title VII   .............................. Deborah C. Malamud    1

An Early Report on Benefit Reports .................. J. Haskell Murray   25

Changing the Rules of the Game: Beyond a Disclosure
Framework for Securities Regulation ................. ..... Jena Martin 59

World Cup Dreaming: Sporting Activism and the
Incrementalist Advancement of Sexual Equality  Richard J. Peltz-Steele
Through Association Football .......................Jose A. Benavides     95

Taxing Honesty       .............................. Adam B. Thimmesch 147

                                                   Gary M. Lucas, Jr.
Behavioral Public Choice and the Law............ ..................... Slavisa Tasic  199

Inventing Patents: A Story of Legal and Technical Transfer..........L. R. Bradford  267

Why  Don't More Employers Adopt Flexible Working Time?.......Robert C. Bird  327

Contract Remedies in Action: Specific Performance...............Yonathan A. Arbel  369

The Personal Liability of Insurance Claims Adjusters
for Insurance Bad Faith............................Chad  G. Marzen        411


                              STUDENT NOTES


Statutory Pooling and Unitization in West Virginia:
The Case for Protecting Private Landowners  ...........James E. McDaniel  439

A Three-Dimensional World in a Two-Dimensional
Patent System: 3D Printing and the Importance of
Claiming CAD Files ......................... Gary N. Stewart          477

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