Tag Archives: Issue 2

Generating “Win-Win” Results: Negotiating Conflicts in the Drafting Process of the Uniform Collaborative Law Act

Collaborative Law (“CL”) was pioneered in 1990 by Stu Webb, a family law attorney from Minneapolis. After working close to twenty years litigating matrimonial matters, Webb sought an alternative to the traditional adversarial approach because of the impact it had … Continue reading

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Uniform Collaborative Law Act

To encourage problem-solving negotiations, collaborative lawyers emphasize that no threats of litigation should be made during a collaborative law process and the need to maintain respectful dialogue. See GLOBAL COLLABORATIVE LAW COUNCIL, PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT 3 (2004), available at http://www.collaborativelaw.us/articles/GCLC_Participation_ Agreement_With_Addendum.pdf. … Continue reading

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Cutting the Party Line: How the SEC Can Silence Persisting Phone Call Tips

The fundamental premise of the U.S. federal securities laws is full and fair disclosure to all investors regardless of status or number of shares in their portfolios.1 Then why, after more than seventy years of prohibition, are there still blatant … Continue reading

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Music Mashups: Testing the Limits of Copyright Law as Remix Culture Takes Society By Storm

In an age where rapidly changing technology is transforming traditional methods of communication and expression, many wonder if the laws of the twentieth century will suffice in the new millennium. The Framers of the Constitution certainly did not anticipate the … Continue reading

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Leading the Way in Unconstitutional Delegations of Legislative Power: Statutory Incorporation of the LEED Rating System

“Green building” was [o]nce considered to be a part of the Left Coast fringe, along with hot tubs and macrame,” but this perception has changed dramatically in the minds of the American people.2 The green building movement has roots in … Continue reading

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An Act for All Contexts: Incorporating the Pregnancy Discrimination Act into Title IX to Help Pregnant Students Gain and Retain Access to Education

Few would agree that pregnancy discrimination is a tolerable by7 product of a modern society. Yet there is at least one segment of society where pregnancy discrimination can thrive²federally funded schools. Even though Title IX was passed in 1972 to … Continue reading

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