St. Thomas Law Review

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Articles from Vol. 23, No. 1, Fall

Facilitating Stakeholder-Interest Maximization: Accommodating Beneficial Corporations in the Model Business Corporation Act
I. Introduction II. Beneficial Corporations A. General Structure B. Why Current Corporate Law Is Insufficient to Guarantee Stakeholder-Interest Maximization 1. Articles of Incorporation a. Takeovers As a Threat...
Legal Fictions and Juristic Truth
I. Introduction II. The Legal Fiction A. Common Law Legal Fictions B. Statutory Legal Fictions III. New Legal Fictions? A. Empirical Legal Errors B. Discredited Legal Regimes C. Statutory Schemes IV. Conclusion ...
Poison Pens, Intimidating Icons, and Worrisome Websites: Off-Campus Student Speech That Challenges Both Campus Safety and First Amendment Jurisprudence
I. Introduction II. Tinker & Its Progeny: First Amendment School Speech Overview III. Threatening Expression: The School Environment is no Place for this Type of Speech IV. Off-Campus Speech, On-Campus Harm A. Why Schools are Best Situated...
The United States and the U.N. Human Rights Council: An Early Assessment
I. Introduction II. The United States' Vote Against Establishment of the Council III. The United States' Views on the Council's Activities IV. United States Objections to the Council's Work A. Country-specific Debates B. Thematic Debates ...
What Are the Policy Implications of Use of Epidemiological Evidence in Mass Torts and Public Health Litigation?
I. Introduction A. Problems With Mass Torts Litigation II. Recent Cases Where Epidemiological Evidence Was Debated A. Vaccine Related Cases B. Non-Vaccine Related Cases III. General v. Specific Causation IV. Tensions Raised by...
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