August 16, 2016

A Risk-Based Approach to Limited Liability for Individuals and Corporate Parents

Dane P. Shikman
84 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1104

Corporate parents and individual shareholders are fundamentally different. In particular, they have different sensitivities to economic risks—yet the limited liability doctrine has failed to account for that difference. This Note argues

Plea Bargaining and Price Theory

Russell D. Covey
84 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 920

Like other markets, the plea bargaining market uses a pricing mechanism to coordinate market functions and to communicate critical information to participants, information that permits rational decisionmaking in the face of

The Duty of Clarity

John O. McGinnis
84 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 843

This Article shows that the Constitution contemplates that judges are to exercise a duty of clarity before declining to follow legislation because it violates the Constitution. That is, they were to