Fordham Law Review, Volume 78 Number 2 (November 2009)


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Volume 78

November 2009

Number 2

THE ROBERT L. LEVINE DISTINGUISHED LECTURE
OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO IMMIGRANT REPRESENTATION:
EXPLORING SOLUTIONS

Deepening the Legal Profession’s Pro Bono
Commitment to the Immigrant Poor

Hon. Robert A. Katzmann

Report of Subcommittee 1: Increasing Pro Bono Activity

The Representational and Counseling
Needs of the Immigrant Poor

Jennifer L. Colyer, Sarah French Russell, Robert E. Juceam & Lewis J. Liman

Reports of Subcommittee 2: Enhancing Mechanisms for Service Delivery

Introduction
Claudia Slovinsky

The Immigration Representation Project:
Meeting the Critical Needs of Low-Wage and
Indigent New Yorkers Facing Removal

Jojo Annobil

Barriers to Representation for Detained
Immigrants Facing Deportation: Varick
Street Detention Facility, A Case Study

Peter L. Markowitz

Report of Subcommittee 3: Addressing Inadequate Representation

Regulating Immigration Legal Service Providers:
Inadequate Representation and Notario Fraud

Careen Shannon

Essay

A View from the Immigration Bench
Hon. Noel Brennan

Epilogue

Representation for Immigrants:
A Judge’s Personal Perspective

Hon. Denny Chin

ARTICLES

Disclosure, Deception, and Deep-Packet
Inspection: The Role of the Federal Trade
Commission Act’s Deceptive Conduct
Prohibitions in the Net Neutrality Debate

Catherine J. K. Sandoval

The Dog That Didn’t Bark: Stealth
Procedures and the Erosion of Stare Decisis
in the Federal Courts of Appeals

Amy E. Sloan

NOTES

Where Were the Accountants?
Deepening Insolvency as a Means of Ensuring
Accountants’ Presence When Corporate
Turmoil Materializes

Lauren Colasacco

It’s Been a Privilege: Advising Patients
of the Tarasoff Duty and Its
Legal Consequences for the Federal
Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege

Elisia Klinka

How the Decisions in Favor of the Stein
Thirteen Will Affect the Litigation of
Corporate Crime and Department of
Justice Policies and Expand the
Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel

Christopher McNamara

The Free Jammie Movement: Is
Making a File Available to Other Users over a
Peer-to-Peer Computer
Network Sufficient To Infringe the Copyright
Owner’s 17 U.S.C. § 106(3) Distribution Right?

Ken Nicholds

Answering Justice Scalia’s Question:
Dual Sovereignty and the Sixth
Amendment Right to Counsel
After Texas v. Cobb and Montejo v. Louisiana

Ryan M. Yanovich

COMMENT

Delayed Access to Generic Medicine:
A Comment on the Hatch-Waxman
Act and the “Approval Bottleneck”

Ankur N. Patel

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