Harvard Law Review: Volume 129, Number 8 - June 2016
Contents include: Article, "Systemic Facts: Toward Institutional Awareness in Criminal Courts," Andrew Manuel Crespo; Book Review, "Fixing Statutory Interpretation," Brett Kavanaugh; Book Review, "Knowledge and Politics in International Law," Samuel Moyn; Note, "Major Question Objections"; Note, "Chinese Common Law? Guiding Cases and Judicial Reform"; a Note on OSHA; and several Recent Cases. More
The June 2016 issue, Number 8, features these contents:
* Article, "Systemic Facts: Toward Institutional Awareness in Criminal Courts," by Andrew Manuel Crespo
* Book Review, "Fixing Statutory Interpretation," by Brett M. Kavanaugh
* Book Review, "Knowledge and Politics in International Law," by Samuel Moyn
* Note, "Major Question Objections"
* Note, "Chinese Common Law? Guiding Cases and Judicial Reform"
* Note, "OSHA's Feasibility Policy: The Implications of the 'Infeasibility' of Respirators"
Furthermore, student commentary analyzes Recent Cases on sex-discrimination implications of gender-normed FBI fitness requirements; trademark law and the antidisparagement rule as a constitutional problem; practical elimination of the adverse-interest exception as a defense to fraud-on-the-market claims; deference to administrative agency's amicus brief's interpretation of student-loan regulations; parties' analysis of fair use before issuing copyright-violation takedown notice; causation standards for penalty enhancement in Controlled Substances Act cases; and admiralty jurisdiction and removal to federal court after a 2011 amendment to 28 USC 1441. Finally, the issue includes several brief comments on Recent Publications.
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