Columbia Business Law Review congratulates the following students, whose notes will be published in CBLR in the 2010-2011 academic year.
- Carol Brass, A Proposed Evidentiary Privilege for Medical Checklists
- Matthew Cormack, An Exception to the Rule: Pro Se Corporate Bankruptcy
- Melissa McEllin, Rethinking Jedwab: A Revised Approach to Preferred Shareholder Rights
(winner of the Skadden Prize for Best Student Note)
- Nicholas Ortiz, Consumer Speech and the Constitutional Limits of FTC Regulations in “New Media”
- Charles Rose, The Tax Lawyer’s Dilemma: Recent Developments Heighten Tax Lawyer Responsibilities and Liabilities
CBLR also congratulates the following students, who will be published in our Annual Survey in the Spring 2010 issue of CBLR.
- Roshni Banker, Glass-Steagall Through the Back Door: Creating a Divide in Banking Functions Through the Use of Corporate Living Wills
- Elizabeth Broomfield, Subduing the Vultures: Assessing Government Caps on Recovery in Sovereign Debt Litigation
- C. B. Buente, Enforcement of State and Local Tobacco Excise Taxes After Hemi Group
- Jeremy Ryan Delman, Structuring Say-on-Pay: A Comparative Look at Global Variations in Shareholder Voting on Executive Compensation
- Kathleen Vermazen Radez, The Freedom of Information Act Tested: Striking a Balance Between Regulatory Accountability and the Unique Reputational Harm Concerns of the Financial Crisis