The Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law

The Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law has just published its latest issue, Volume 2 Fall 2007 Number 1.


Prima Paint Pushed Compulsory Arbitration Under the Erie Train
Richard L. Barnes

Against Shareholder Participation: A Treatment For McConvill’s Psychonomicosis
Harry G. Hutchison & R. Sean Alley

Attorneys’ Fees Incurred In Defending Insurance Policy Non-Covered Claims: Who Pays?
Joseph F. Cunningham with James N. Markels

The Case for Mandatory Disclosure In Securities Regulation Around the World
Allen Ferrell

A European Solution to the Regulation of Cross-Border Markets
Eric J. Pan

To Sue or Not to Sue: Video-Sharing Web Sites, Copyright Infringement, and the Inevitability of Corporate Control
Andrea Frey

Merkels & Acquisitions or Locusts and Labor Law: What’s Really “Plaguing” Cross-Border M&A in Germany?
Margaret L. Hanson

Hedge Fund Regulation: A Proposal to Maintain Hedge Funds’ Effectiveness Without SEC Regulation
Carl J. Nelson

The Need for a Long-Term Federal Backstop In the Terrorism Insurance Market
Laura M. Reiter