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THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW


Volume 48
Number 3
Spring 2017

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CREATING COMPLIANCE SYMPOSIUM

 ARTICLES

Creating Compliance: Exploring a Maturing Industry
     Eric C. Chaffee ............................................................................................................................................ 429

Compliance: Past, Present and Future
     Geoffrey Parsons Miller  .............................................................................................................................. 437

Solving Ethical “Decoupling”: A Programmatic Approach to Ensuring Both Compliance and Ethics
     Gates Garrity-Rokous and Harold F. Baker .................................................................................................. 453

Diversity, Compliance, Ethics & In-House Counsel
     Steven A. Ramirez ....................................................................................................................................... 465

Horseshoes and Hand Grenades: Protecting Compliance Officers from the At-Will Employment Doctrine
     Paul E. McGreal ........................................................................................................................................... 485

Does the Buck Stop Here? Board Responsibility for FCPA Compliance
     Amy Deen Westbrook  ................................................................................................................................. 493

Restoring Pre-Existing Compliance through the FCPA Pilot Program
     Andrew Spalding ......................................................................................................................................... 519

Cultural Barriers to Effective Enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in China
     Daniel C.K. Chow ......................................................................................................................................... 551

 COMMENTS

Devaluing Child Plaintiffs Due to Their Race, Gender, and Socioeconomic Status: Why Courts Have Been Calculating Lost Future Earning Damages Wrong and How They Can Get It Right
     Kaitlyn Filzer  ............................................................................................................................................... 561

Gatekeeping the Gatekeeper: Judicial Rulemaking Authority in Several States
     Alan Nichols  ................................................................................................................................................ 585

A Borrower’s Equitable Relief Pursuant to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Federal Regulations
     Florianne Silvestri  ........................................................................................................................................ 613

Motivating Factor Versus But-For Causation in Claims Arising Under the Americans with Disabilities Act
     Lauren Smith  ............................................................................................................................................... 643

 

INDEX  ............................................................................................................................................................... 665

 

 

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