The following works appeared in Issue 1:
- Stefan J. Padfield, Corporate Social Responsibility & Concession Theory
- Jacob Hale Russell, The Separation of Intelligence and Control: Retirement Savings and the
Limits of Soft Paternalism
- Taylor J. Phillips, The Federal Common Law of Successor Liability and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
- James E. Holloway, A Concept-Sensitive Managerial Analysis With Law: Applying a Business Concept to a Legal Rule to Identify the Domain of Business Situations
- Hossein Nabilou & Alessio M. Pacces, The Hedge Fund Regulation Dilemma: Direct vs. Indirect Regulation
- J. Tyler Kirk, Superior Supererogation: Why Credit Default Swaps Are Securities Under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940
- Brian J. Shea, Better Go it Alone: An Extension of Fiduciary Duties For Investment Fund Managers in Securities Class Action Opt-Outs
- William Burke, Cry Havoc: Are Incompetent Private Military Companies Ruining the Defense Base Act?
- Katherine Gustafson, Boosting the Private Space Industry: Extending NASA’s Duty-Free Import Exemption to Commercial Space Companies
The following works appeared in Issue 2:
- Mark Edwin Burge, Too Clever by Half: Reflections on Perception, Legitimacy, and Choice of Law Under Revised Article 1 of the Uniform Commercial Code
- Willy E. Rice, Courts Gone “Irrationally Biased” in Favor of the Federal Arbitration Act?—Enforcing Arbitration Provisions in Standardized Applications and Marginalizing Consumer-Protection, Antidiscrimination, and States’ Contract Laws: A 1925–2014 Legal and Empirical Analysis
- Luke Scheuer, The “Legal” Marijuana Industry’s Challenge for Business Entity Law
- Roy D. Oppenheim & Jacquelyn K. Trask-Rahn, The Emperor’s New Clothes: How the Judicial System and the Housing-Mortgage Market Have Turned a Blind Eye to the Destruction of the Negotiability of Mortgage Promissory Notes
- Aleatra P. Williams, Lending Discrimination, the Foreclosure Crisis and the Perpetuation of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Homeownership in the U.S.
- Jon Jordan, U.S. v. Esquenaz: U.S. Appellate Court Defines “Instrumentality” Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act for the First Time
- Natalia Caruso, Walking on Thin Ice: Does the Revenue Procedure 2013-13 Signify the Demise of Leveraged Spin-Offs?
- Erica Wessling, Spirit Airlines, Inc. v. Northwest Airlines, Inc: A Case for Increased Regulation of the Airline Industry
- Thomas Zells, The Post-2008 Lending Environment and the Need for Raising the Credit Union Member Business Lending Cap