Vol. 33
2011

ISSUE 1:

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ARTICLES

THE EVOLUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS PRODUCTS LIABILITY LAW AND THE CONUNDRUM OF STRICT LIABILITY
Alex Grant 1

STATE CONSTITUTIONALISM: STATE-COURT DEFERENCE OR DISSONANCE?
Arthur Leavens 81

NATIONAL SECURITY AND THE LEGAL STATUS OF MIGRANT WORKERS: DISPATCHES FROM THE ARABIAN GULF
David Mednicoff 121


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CONTRACT LAW -- ESTOPPING BIG BROTHER: THE CONSTITUTION, TOO, HAS SQUARE CORNERS
Stephen Holstrom 163

SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS/PRIVACY -- STAY CALM, DON'T GET HYSTERICAL: A USER'S GUIDE TO ARGUING THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF ANTI-VIBRATOR STATUTES
Julie McKenna 211

ISSUE 2:

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SYMPOSIUM: FIDUCIARY DUTIES IN THE CLOSELY HELD BUSINESS 35 YEARS AFTER WILKES V. SPRINGSIDE NURSING HOME

FOREWORD
René Reich-Grafe 247

WILKES V. SPRINGSIDE NURSING HOME, INC.: THE BACKSTORY
Eric J. Gouvin 269

ENDURING EQUITY IN THE CLOSE CORPORATION
Lyman Johnson 313

WILKES V. SPRINGSIDE NURSING HOME, INC.: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Marc J. Lowenstein 339

ALLOCATING THE ROLES FOR CONTRACTS AND JUDGES IN THE CLOSELY HELD FIRM
Robert B. Thompson 369

DONAHUE'S FILS AINE: REFLECTION ON WILKES AND THE LEGITIMATE RIGHTS OF SELFISH OWNERSHIP
Daniel S. Kleinberger 405

THE VACUITY OF WILKES
Benjamin Means 433

OF DONAHUE AND FIDUCIARY DUTY: MUCH ADO ABOUT  ...?
Douglas K. Moll 471

INVESTING IN WORK: WILKES AS AN EMPLOYMENT LAW CASE
Deborah A. Demott 497

CLOSE CORPORATION REMEDIES AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE CLOSELY HELD FIRM
Larry E. Ribstein 531

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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW -- CROSS-GENDER PAT SEARCHES: THE BATTLE BETWEEN INMATES AND CORRECTIONS OFFICERS ENTERS THE COURTROOOM
Robyn Gallagher 567

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW -- DAMNED IN YOU DO, DAMNED IF YOU DON'T: A PUBLIC EMPLOYEE'S TRILEMMA REGARDING TRUTHFUL TESTIMONY
Adelaida Jasperse 623

BANKRUPTCY -- MIMSY WERE THE BOROGOVES: A "RIDE-THROUGH" THE LOOKING GLASS WITH THE 2005 BANKRUPTCY ABUSE PREVENTION AND CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT
Allyson MacKenna 657

ISSUE 3:

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ARTICLES

NO VIRTUE IN PASSIVITY: THE SUPREME COURT AND ALI AL-MARRI
Bruce Miller 697

DIGITAL THREATS ON CAMPUS: EXAMINING THE DUTY OF COLLEGES TO PROTECT THEIR SOCIAL NETWORKING STUDENTS
Jamison Barr & Emmy Lugus 757

THE EVOLVING THREAT AND ENFORCEMENT OF REPLICA GOODS
Jenny T. Slocum & Jess M. Collen 789

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IMMIGRATION AND LABOR LAW -- WE NEED YOUR HELP! BUT IT'S GONNA COST YOU: ARRIAGA, CASTELLANOS-CONTRERAS, AND WHY POINT OF HIRE FEES SHOULD BE PAID BY THE EMPLOYER
Michael Prasad 817

ANIMAL LAW -- CULTIVATING COMPASSIONATE LAW: UNLOCKING THE LABORATORY DOOR AND SHINING LIGHT ON THE INADEQUACIES & CONTRADICTIONS OF THE ANIMAL WELFARE ACT
Karina L. Schrengohst 855