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Volume 87, Spring-Summer 2013, Numbers 2-3
Note:This issue contains articles from Symposium: Revolution in the Regulation of Financial Advice: The U.S., the U.K. and Australia. Panels include: "The Future of Fiduciary Duties for Financial Advice;" "The Structure of Regulation for Investment Advisers: A Self-Regulatory Organization or Not?;" and "International Issues in the Regulation of Financial Advice."
The Future of Financial Advice: Eliminating the False Distinction Between Brokers and Investment Advisers
Introduction to Symposium: Revolution in the Regulation of Financial Advice: The U.S., the U.K. and Australia
Francis J. Facciolo
The Time for a Uniform Fiduciary Duty Is Now
Ryan K. Bakhtiari, Katrina Boice, and Jeffrey S. Majors
The Fiduciary Standard: It's Not What It Is, But How It's Made, Measured, and Decided
What's in a Name: The Battle over a Uniform Fiduciary Standard for Investment Advisers and Broker-Dealers
Can the Retail Investor Survive the Fiduciary Standard?
Paul R. Walsh and David W. Johns
Rethinking U.S. Investment Adviser Regulation
Anita K. Krug
H.R. 4624: The Pitfalls of a Self-Regulatory Organization for Investment Advisers and Why User Fees Would Better Accomplish the Goal of Investment Adviser Accountability
David G. Tittsworth
Financial Advice in Australia: Principles to Proscription; Managing to Banning
Richard Batten and Gail Pearson
International Issues in the Regulation of Financial Advice: A United Kingdom Perspective--The Retail Distribution Review and the Ban on Commission Payments to Financial Intermediaries
A Better Public Performance Analysis for Digital Music Locker Storage
Michael Walker Jr.
The Proper Borders of Padilla: Courts Must Avoid Over-Expansion of Sixth Amendment Claims
The Battle over Combat: A Practical Application of the Combatant Activities Exception to the Federal Tort Claims Act
Malicious Content on the Internet: Narrowing Immunity Under the Communications Decency Act