January 23, 2007
Weekly Top Ten
1 (1) Busting Blocks: Appropriate Legal Remedies for Wrongful Inclusion in Spam Filters under U.S. Law, Jonathan I. Ezor (Touro).
2 (2) The Perpetual Anxiety of Living Constitutionalism, Ethan J. Leib (Cal-Hastings).
3 (-) The Effect of Contract Regulation: The Case of Franchising, Jonathan Klick (Florida State), Bruce H. Kobayashi (George Mason) & Larry E. Ribstein (Illinois).
4 (3) Solvency Tests, J.B. Heaton (Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott LLP).
5 (6) Contracts as Reference Points, Oliver Hart (Harvard-Econ) & John Moore (Edinburgh-Econ).
6 (5) Party Autonomy and Private-Law Making in Private International Law: The Lex Mercatoria that Isn't, Symeon C. Symeonides (Willamette).
7 (4) The Economic Loss Rule and Private Ordering, Jay M. Feinman (Rutgers-Camden).
8 (7) Is an Advertisement an Offer? Why it is, and Why it Matters, Jay M. Feinman (Rutgers-Camden) & Stephen R. Brill (Fox Rothschild LLP).
9 (9) The Structure of Good Faith: A Comparative Study of Good Faith Arguments, Marietta Auer (Munich).
10 (8) Mutually Assured Protection: Toward Development of Relational Internet Data Security and Privacy Contracting Norms, Andrea M. Matwyshyn (Florida).
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