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Admissions in SEC Enforcement Cases: The Revolution That Wasn't
(University of Iowa Law Review, 2017)
In 2013, the SEC departed from its long-standing policy of settling enforcement matters on a no-admit/no-deny basis, and for the first time began to require admissions when settling certain cases. The new admissions policy ...
(University of Colorado School of Law, 2019)
Gentrification is a term often used, much maligned, and difficult to define. A few general principles can nonetheless be distilled regarding the concept. First, gentrification is spurred by rising desirability of an area ...
Home Rule in an Era of Local Environmental Innovation
(Berkeley Law School, University of California, 2017)
As 2016’s national election made clear, striking ideological differences between cities and their surrounding states exist in many parts of the country. One way in which this divide manifests itself is in state governments ...