Volume 23, Issue 1

We are proud to present Volume 23, Issue 1. A full copy can be accessed here.

ARTICLES

  • Regulating HomeEquity Protection Companies And Contracts: Are States Making “The Best” An Enemy Of “The Good”? — John E. Marthinsen — full text
  • Removing The Legal Impediments To Offering Lifetime Annuities In Pension Plans — Jonathan Barry Forman— full text
  • Funding Of Public Sector Pension Plans: What Can Be Learned From The Private Sector? — Israel Goldowitzfull text
  • Friedrichs And The Move Toward Private Ordering Of Wages And Benefits In The Public Sector— Maria O’Brien Hyltonfull text
  • A Closer Look At The IRAs In State Automatic Enrollment IRA Programs— Kathryn L. Moorefull text
  • The Pension Mis-Selling Scandal, The SEC And The Fiduciary Standard— John A. Turnerfull text

Volume 22, Issue 1

We are proud to present Volume 22, Issue 1. A full copy can be accessed here.

ARTICLES

  • Everything’s Bigger in Texas: Except the MedMal Settlements — Tom Baker, Eric Helland and Jonathan Klick — full text
  • Reference Pricing: A small and mighty solution to bend the health care cost curve — Srishti Miglani — full text

 SYMPOSIA

  • An Alternate Theory of  Burwell v. Hobby Lobby — Jessica L. Roberts — full text
  • The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: What Does It Really Do? — John G. Day — full text

NOTES

  • Adoption Disruption Insurance: A Policy That America Is Not Ready To Adopt — Gregory J. Chase — full text

2016-2017 Editorial Board Elected

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