Delaware Court Summons Corwin to Dismiss Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claim Grounded in Allegations of Director Self-Interest in Connection with Merger
Apr. 4, 2018—Delaware-Court-Summons-Corwin-to-Dismiss-Breach-of-Fiduciary-Duty-Claim-Grounded-in-Allegations-of-Director-Self-Interest-in-Connection-with-Merger AUTHOR Robert S. Reder Professor of the Practice of Law at Vanderbilt University Law School, has been serving as a consulting attorney at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP in New York City since his retirement as a partner in April 2011. Miron Klimkowski Vanderbilt University Law School, JD Candidate, May 2018.
Is Erie Normal?
Oct. 27, 2016—Is Erie Normal Response to Susanna Sherry, Normalizing Erie, 69 Vand. L. Rev. 1161 (2016). AUTHOR Professor of Law, Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University.
The Post-Riley Search Warrant: Search Protocols and Particularity in Cell Phone Searches
Apr. 19, 2016—The Post-Riley Search Warrant: Search Protocols and Particularity in Cell Phone Searches ABSTRACT Last year, in Riley v. California, the Supreme Court required police to procure a warrant before searching a cell phone. Unfortunately, the Court’s assumption that requiring search warrants would be “simple” and very protective of privacy was overly optimistic. This article reviews...
Bruton on Balance: Standardizing Redacted Codefendant Confessions Through Federal Rule of Evidence 403
Apr. 19, 2016—Bruton on Balance: Standardizing Redacted Codefendant Confessions Through the Federal Rule of Evidence 403 ABSTRACT In joint criminal trials, prosecutors are constitutionally barred from introducing the confession of a non-testifying defendant (a “declarant-defendant”) that inculpates other codefendants. In Bruton v. United States, the Supreme Court held that the wholesale introduction of the declarant-defendant’s confession would...
Finding “Tapia Error”: How Circuit Courts Have Misread Tapia v. United States and Shortchanged the Penological Goals of the Sentencing Reform Act
Apr. 19, 2016—Finding “Tapia Error”: How Circuit Courts Have Misread Tapia v. United States and Shortchanged the Penological Goals of the Sentencing Reform Act AUTHOR J.D. Candidate, 2016, Vanderbilt University Law School; B.A., 2009, New York University. This Note is the beneficiary of incredible support from my peers on the Vanderbilt Law Review. In particular, I wish...