NY Business Law Journal

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    The NY Business Law Journal features peer-written substantive articles relating to the practice of business law. It is designed to provide practice-oriented insight and guidance relevant to the business law practitioner, with special emphasis on lawyers who practice in the State of New York. Edited by David L. Glass (Editor-in-Chief) and Prof. James D. Redwood (Managing Editor), the NY Business Law Journal is published twice per year by the Business Law Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

    The Journal is published as a benefit for members of the Business Law Section and is copyrighted by the New York State Bar Association. The copying, reselling, duplication, transferring, reproducing, reusing, retaining or reprinting of this publication is strictly prohibited without permission.
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  • Table of Contents Current Issue

    Winter 2013

    HeadNotes
    (David L. Glass)

    The Ability of Hedge Fund Advisers to Manipulate the Market and Make Millions Doing It: The Battle Over Herbalife and the Need to Extend the Investment Advisers Act
    (Bryan Morben)

    SEC Repeals Ban on General Solicitation in Private Placements, Adds a Disqualification for Bad Actors and Proposes New Reg. D Requirements
    (Guy P. Lander, Steven J. Glusband and Avinash V. Ganatra)

    The End of Conflicts of Interest?: Courts Warm Up to Advance Waivers
    (C. Evan Stewart)

    Inside the Courts
    (Prepared by Attorneys at Skadden Arps)

    Identity Theft—Know the Law
    (Clifford S. Weber)

    New York Trust Law 7-2.4, Securitization Failure, Why Late Loan Transfers to REMICs Are Void, Part One
    (Charles Wallshein)

    Stub Rent Under Section 365(d)(3) of the Bankruptcy Code: Proration Should Be Uniformly Applied
    (Benjamin P. Chapple)

    Committee Reports

    Book Review: Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts
    (Reviewed by Samuel F. Abernethy)