Full issue available here Articles “Leaving the Fox in Charge of the Hen House”: of Agencies, Jurisdictional Determinations and the Separation of Powers Sarah Zeleznikow Cite as 71 N.Y.U. Ann. Surv. Am. L. 275 (2016) Damages for Deceit: A Case Study… Read More ›
Annual Survey of American Law
Private securities actions in the lower courts have raised an important doctrinal question: can a defendant in a private securities action be held liable for a misrepresentation that purportedly causes artificial inflation to come out of a stock price, without… Read More ›
What is the role of a jury in deciding the size of an SEC monetary penalty? A defendant’s right to a jury trial extends beyond the elements of the violation. Rather, it includes all factual findings that can lead to… Read More ›
Abstract This Article argues that many mental health advance directive (mental health directive) statutes violate the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Advance directives empower people to determine care to be administered when they lack capacity to provide informed consent. General… Read More ›
Featuring articles on compulsory unionization, bargaining tactics, and data gathering.
Full issue available here Articles Religion and Employment Antidiscrimination Law: Past, Present, and Post Hosanna-Tabor Jennifer Ann Drobac & Jill L. Wesley Cite as 69 N.Y.U. Ann. Surv. Am. L. 761 (2014) Notes A Federal Solution to Foster Care’s Psychotropic Drug Crisis… Read More ›