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Student Blog: Altera Challenges the CSA

by Michael Waalkes, RBFL Student Editor   Altera Corp. v. Commissioneris a challenge to the validity of 26 C.F.R. § 1.482-7A(d)(2), which is a part of the framework governing cost-sharing arrangements (CSAs), a tax reduction technique often used by multinational companies. In a CSA, an American parent company and its foreign subsidiary reach an agreement […]

Student Blog: Labor, Pension Funds, and Private Equity

by Joseph Baron, RBFL Student Editor   The seed for my note topic was planted before I even knew I wanted to be a lawyer.  I studied film as an undergrad and went out into the world with the hopes of one day directing an Oscar award-winning masterpiece.  With no industry contacts I had to […]

Student Blog: The Status of Data Breach Law in Light of Capital One

by Zhiyao Li, RBFL Student Editor   In August 2019, Capital One announced that a hacker had illegally accessed and obtained one-hundred million Capital One credit card users and applicants’ personal information in the United States. The compromised personal information included customer names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, dates of birth, credit scores, payment history, […]

Welcome to the new 2019-2020 editors for RBFL!

Congratulations to the 2019-2020 staff! Editor in Chief Sabrina Chartrand Executive Editor for Management Sydney Sachs Executive Editor for Professional Articles Skyler Splinter Executive Editors for Notes & Comments Sam Burgess Parker Conway Executive Editors for Development Articles David Kim Sophia Sun Executive Editor for Symposium & Marketing Cloe Pippin Executive Editor for Communications Seth […]

Volume 37: Spring 2018

ISSUE II – Spring 2018 Student Development Articles Emily Cousino, Interims and Uncertainty: Positions and Predictions Concerning the Competing Claims to the Interim Director Position at the CFPB, 37 REV. BANKING & FIN. L. 502 (2018). Ryan DiLorenzo, Measuring “Significance” in Billions, 37 REV. BANKING & FIN. L. 515 (2018) Connor Flaherty, Community Banking and the Limitations of One-Size-Fits-All Regulation, 37 REV. […]