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COMMITTEE ON DISCLOSURE OF CORPORATE POLITICAL SPENDING PETITION FOR RULEMAKING August 3
 Lucian A. Bebchuk, William J. and Alicia Townsend Friedman Professor of Law, Economics and Finance at Harvard Law School;  Bernard S. Black, Chabraja Professor, Northwestern University Law SchoolExpand
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Where the Protective Privilege Ends: California Changes the Rules for Dangerous Psychotherapy Patients
Recent California court cases, building on expansive interpretations of the dangerous patient exception to the psychotherapist–patient privilege, have altered the duties and obligations of mentalExpand
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A Visitor from another Planet: The Case of D. J.
D. J., a white female, killed R. W., a black male, because of his race and because he was small—he was four years old. She was in favor of genocide, she said, and one “had to start somewhere” andExpand
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An Alternative Approach to Writing Forensic Mental Health Reports
Judges, considering themselves relatively immune to the corrupting influence of irrelevant, unsubstantiated, or prejudicial evidence, will generally admit for their own scrutiny testimony they wouldExpand
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Hard Cases: The “Duty to Warn” as a Felt Necessity of our Time
Now in its second decade of existence, the psychotherapist's “duty to warn” is no longer a disreputable novelty. It is established law in an increasing number of jurisdictions, and equally important,Expand
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