FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY BUSINESS REVIEW

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Addressing the issues and concerns transforming the business law community.

The Florida State University Business Review is a law journal published annually at the Florida State University College of Law.

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Rob Atkinson, For-Profit Managers as Public Fiduciaries: A Neo-Classical Republican Perspective, 19 FLA. ST. U. BUS. REV. (2020).

Jerry Ellig, Improvements in SEC Economic Analysis After Business Roundtable: A Structured Assessment, 19 FLA. ST. U. BUS. REV. (2020).

Bob Rice, The Mystery of the Missing Trillions, 19 FLA. ST. U. BUS. REV. (2020).

Victoria Barnes, What Were Shareholder Rights in the Wake of the American Revolution?, 19 FLA. ST. U. BUS. REV. (2020).

Sylvester D. Byrd, The Financial Industry Killed the Fiduciary Rule: Now What Do Advisors Do?, 19 FLA. ST. U. BUS. REV. (2020).

Iakovos Sarmas, Market Definition for Two-Sided Platforms: Why Ohio v. American Express Co. Matters for the Big Tech, 19 FLA. ST. U. BUS. REV. (2020).

Laurence Jeanlus, Note, Who Decides the Validity and Applicability of an Arbitration Clause?, 19 FLA. ST. U. BUS. REV. (2020).

Arya Taghdiri, Note, CLOs and Leveraged Loans: Subprime Déjà Vu?, 19 FLA. ST. U. BUS. REV. (2020).