Volume 41 Issue 3


Volume 41 Spring 2010 Number 3

Articles
THE BEHAVIORAL LAW AND ECONOMICS OF FRANCHISE TYING CONTRACTS Uri Benoliel 527
DOES THE NBA STILL HAVE “MARKET POWER?” EXPLORING THE ANTITRUST IMPLICATIONS OF AN INCREASINGLY GLOBAL MARKET FOR MEN’S BASKETBALL PLAYER LABOR Marc Edelman 549
REMOVING THE BLINDFOLD AND TIPPING THE SCALES: THE UNINTENDED LESSON OF ASHCROFT V. IQBAL IS THAT FRIVOLOUS LAWSUITS MAY BE IMPORTANT TO OUR NATION Kenneth S. Klein 593
GENDER AND U. S. SUPREME COURT ORAL ARGUMENT ON THE ROBERTS COURT: AN EMPIRICAL EXAMINATION James C. Phillips & Edward L. Carter 613
REVAMPING SEARCH-AND-SEIZURE JURISPRUDENCE ALONG THE GARDEN STATE PARKWAY Paul Stern 657
NOTES
FROM URBANIZATION TO GLOBALIZATION: USING THE FEDERAL MONEY LAUNDERING AND CIVIL ASSET FORFEITURE STATUTES IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY DRUG WAR Daniel H. Cicchini 741
THE RASHOMON EFFECT, JURY INSTRUCTIONS, AND PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES: RETHINKING HERNANDEZ V. NEW YORK Anthony Fassano 783
HIPAA IN THE AGE OF ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS Eric S. Pasternack 817