Volume 46, No. 1 (Fall 2006) Table of Contents

Editor's Note

The Foulston Siefkin Lecture

The Corporate/Securities Attorney as a "Moving Target" — Client Fraud Dilemmas (243 KB PDF)
Marc I. Steinberg


Fraud is the Moving Target, Not Corporate Securities Attorneys: The Market Relevance of Firing Before Being Fired Upon and Not Being "Shocked, Shocked" That Fraud is Going On (294 KB PDF)
Marianne M. Jennings

Reflections Upon SEC Standards of Professional Conduct (107 KB PDF)
Harvey Gelb

Tattlers and Trail Blazers: Attorneys' Liability for Clients' Fraud (117 KB PDF)
Barbara Black

Nationalizing Ethical Standards for Securities Lawyers (121 KB PDF)
Michael J. Kaufman

Non-SEC Whistle-Blowing Obligations of Lawyers Who Represent Organizations (181 KB PDF)
John M. Burman


Law Reviews (54 KB PDF)
Richard A. Posner


He Said, She Said: Diverging Views in the Emerging Field of Fathers' Rights (168 KB PDF)
Bryn Anne Poland

Avoiding Judicial In-Activism: The Use of Legislative History to Determine Legislative Intent in Statutory Interpretation (250 KB PDF)
Matthew B. Todd


Just Add Plaintiff: The Seventh Circuit's Recipe for Instant Liability Under The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act [Int'l Airport Ctrs., L.L.C. v. Citrin, 440 F.3d 418 (7th Cir. 2006)] (152 KB PDF)
Dan E. Lawrence

Taking the Trust Out of Trustee: The Kansas Supreme Court's Standard for Reasonable Reliance Means Investors Should Proceed Cautiously When Altering the Prudent Investor Rule [McGinley v. Bank of Am., 109 P.3d 1146 (Kan. 2005)] (129 KB PDF)
Justin Whitney

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