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Articles from Loyola Law Review (June 22, 2016)

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Because arbitration can be beneficial, it should never have to be mandatory: making a case against compelled arbitration based upon pre-dispute agreements to arbitrate in consumer and employee adhesion contracts. James, Amanda R. 19715
Ethics reform in New Orleans: progress - and problems - ten years post-Katrina. Marcello, David A. 22060
Reasonableness as corrections reform in Kingsley v. Hendrickson. Shannon, Jordan A. 13595
The discretionary function: license to kill? The Federal Tort Claims Act and Hurricane Katrina: implications of the Robinson/MRGO decisions; can the king do no wrong? Daley, Janet Louise; Duval, Stanwood Richardson 15220
The long road home: mass settlement of Katrina homeowners insurance claims in federal court. Wilkinson, Joseph C. 26514
When employees didn't know when enough was enough: the circuit split that created the decision. Crohan, R. Blake 18613
Willow Springs: a Louisiana civil action. Houck, Oliver A. 27794

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