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(4/7/2014)

Christine Hurt

Publication
Corporations
Professor Hurt's most recent article, "The Duty to Manage Risk" was published in Volume 39 of the Journal of Corporation Law (Winter 2014).
(3/26/2014)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Christine Hurt's article on why attorneys who invest in their clients in a post-Enron world are "selling out" was cited by the Duke Law Journal. Dana A. Remus, Out of Practice: The Twenty-First-Century Legal Profession, 63 Duke L.J. 1243 (2014).

(3/18/2014)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Secured Transactions

Professor Christine Hurt's article on extraordinary evilness and Bernard Madoff was cited by the Iowa Law Review. Ashlin Aldinger, Comment, A Race to the IRS: Are Snitches and Criminals the New Business Model?, 51 Hous. L. Rev. 913 (2014).

(2/24/2014)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Christine Hurt's article on why attorneys who invest in their clients in a post-Enron world are "selling out" was cited by the Hofstra Law Review. John S. Dzienkowski, Ethical Decisionmaking and the Design of Rules of Ethics, 42 Hofstra L. Rev. 55 (2013).

(12/18/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Christine Hurt's article on why attorneys who invest in their clients in a post-Enron world are "selling out" was cited by the Georgetown International Environmental Law Review. Brendan Chestnut, Note, “Cherry” Trees or “Lemon” Trees: Conflicts of Interest in Forest Certification, 25 Geo. Int'l Envtl. L. Rev. 341 (2013).

(12/3/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on Bernard Madoff and “extraordinary evil” was cited by the Missouri Law Review. Kelly S. Kibbie, The Currently Mandated Myopia of Rule 10b-5: Pay No Attention to That Manager Behind the Mutual Fund Curtain, 78 Mo. L. Rev. 171 (2013).

(10/21/2013)

Christine Hurt

Publication
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt published "The Windfall Myth" in the Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy. 8 Geo. J. L. & Pub. Pol'y 339 (2010).

(10/21/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on online securities trading, internet gambling, and the speculation paradox was cited by the Florida Tax Review. Susan C. Morse, Startup Ltd.: Tax Planning and Initial Incorporation Location, 14 Fla. Tax Rev. 319 (2013).

(10/14/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's blog post on the general solicitation was cited by the Duke Law Journal. Michael Risch, Patent Portfolios as Securities, 63 Duke L.J. 89 (2013).

(9/23/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's blog post on the high cost of entrepreneurship was cited by the Cornell Law Review. D. Gordon Smith & Darian M. Ibrahim, Law and Entrepreneurial Opportunities, 98 Cornell L. Rev. 1533 (2013).

(8/26/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on regulating compensation was cited by the German Law Journal. David Hansen, Sustainable Corporations in Non-Financial Sectors Through Optimal Design of Executive Pay, 14 German L.J. 715 (2013).

(8/26/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Secured Transactions

Professor Christine Hurt's article on extraordinary evilness and Bernard Madoff was cited by the New York University Annual Survey of American Law. Nick Axelrod, Note, Into the Perfect Storm: The Failure of Trustee Actions Against Third Parties, 68 N.Y.U. Ann. Surv. Am. L. 441 (2012).

(8/9/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's blog post on social entrepreneurship was cited by the Emory Law Journal. Robert A. Katz & Antony Page, Sustainable Business, 62 Emory L.J. 851 (2013).

(8/9/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Legal Education

Professor Christine Hurt's comments on blogging while untenured were cited by the Michigan State Law Review. Bridget J. Crawford, A Blueprint for Blogger Involvement in Academic Legal Symposia, 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1829.

(8/9/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Professional Ethics

Professor Christine Hurt's blog post on whether the ABA should mandate tenure was cited by the Michigan State Law Review. Paula A. Monopoli, Gender and the Crisis in Legal Education: Remaking the Academy in Our Image, 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1745.

(6/17/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on moral hazard and the initial public offering was cited by the Ohio State Law Journal. Susan B. Heyman, The Quiet Period in a Noisy World: Rethinking Securities Regulation and Corporate Free Speech, 74 Ohio St. L.J. 189 (2013).

(6/17/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on online securities trading, internet gambling, and the speculation paradox was cited by the Consumer Finance Law Quarterly Report. Kristin R. Drake, A “Royal Flush” Solution to the UIGEA Act of 2006—Congress Considers a Feasible Option to Legalizing and Regulating Online Poker in the United States, 66 Consumer Fin. L.Q. Rep. 211 (2012).

(5/15/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's blog post on private equity, mission drift, and the religious corporation was cited by the Hastings Business Law Journal. J. Haskell Murray, Defending Patagonia: Mergers and Acquisitions with Benefit Corporations, 9 Hastings Bus. L.J. 485 (2013).

(5/9/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the undercivilization of corporate law was cited by the University of Illinois Law Review. David Zaring, Against Being Against the Revolving Door, 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 507.

(4/15/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Legal Analysis and Writing

Professor Christine Hurt's article on network effects and legal citation was cited by the American Business Law Journal. Robert C. Bird et al., Panel Session: The American Business Law Journal at Fifty: Past, Present, and Future, 50 Am. Bus. L.J. 159 (2013).

(3/25/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Legal Education

Professor Christine Hurt and co-author Tung Yin's article on blogging while untenured was cited by the South Texas Law Review. Miriam A. Cherry, Virtual Whistleblowing, 54 S. Tex. L. Rev. 9 (2012).

(2/25/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on Bernard Madoff was cited by the Case Western Reserve Law Review. Anthony Martucci, Note, Advocating for Asset Forfeiture in the Post-Madoff Era: Why the Government, Not a Bankruptcy Trustee, Should Be Responsible for Recovering and Redistributing Assets from Feeder Funds and Net Winners, 63 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 599 (2012).

(2/11/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on regulating compensation was cited by the U.C. Davis Law Review. John Patrick Hunt et al., All in One Basket: The Bankruptcy Risk of a National Agent-Based Mortgage Recording System, 46 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1 (2012).

(2/4/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the undercivilization of corporate law was cited by the Florida Law Review. Steven J. Cleveland, Resurrecting Deference to the Securities and Exchange Commission: Mark Cuban and Trading on Inside Information, 65 Fla. L. Rev. 73 (2013).

(2/4/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Christine Hurt's article on why attorneys who invest in their clients in a post-Enron world are "selling out" was cited by the William Mitchell Law Review. Peggy Kubicz Hall, I've Looked at Fees from Both Sides Now: A Perspective on Market-Valued Pricing for Legal Services, 39 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 154 (2012).

(1/21/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Legal Profession

Professor Christine Hurt's article on network effects and legal citation was cited by the Journal of the Kansas Bar Association. Jeffrey D. Jackson, Thoughts on the Future of Citation: Bluebook, ALWD, and?, J. Kan. B.A., Jan. 2013, at 14.

(1/14/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on moral hazard and the initial public offering was cited by the Ohio State Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal. Joan MacLeod Heminway, What Is a Security in the Crowdfunding Era?, 7 Ohio St. Entrepreneurial Bus. L.J. 335 (2012).

(1/14/2013)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on Bernard Madoff was cited by the South Carolina Law Review. Richard Moberly, Sarbanes-Oxley's Whistleblower Provisions: Ten Years Later, 64 S.C. L. Rev. 1 (2012).

(12/24/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on regulating compensation was cited by the Villanova Law Review. Joy Sabino Mullane, Perfect Storms: Congressional Regulation of Executive Compensation, 57 Vill. L. Rev. 589 (2012).

(12/24/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on moral hazard and the initial public offering was cited by the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law. Joseph K. Leahy, The Irrepressible Myths of Barchris, 37 Del. J. Corp. L. 411 (2012).

(12/17/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on regulating compensation was cited by the Washington and Lee Law Review. Wulf A. Kaal, Contingent Capital in Executive Compensation, 69 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 1821 (2012).

(10/29/2012)

Christine Hurt

In The Media
Taxation - Federal Income
Professor Hurt spoke on the upcoming 2013 Tax Cliff, when the 2001 and 2003 Bush Tax Cuts are set to expire, on WILL-AM's Legal Issues in the News on Monday, October 29, 2012.
(10/13/2012)

Christine Hurt

Public Engagement
Energy and Utilities Law, Professional Ethics, Business Law
Professor Christine Hurt participated in a presentation and role play entitled "Protecting a Corporate Client from Itself:  Knowing When to Climb the Ladder and Blow the Whistle" at the ABA Environment, Energy and Resources Section Meeting, October 13, 2012, in Austin, Texas.
(10/8/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Remedies

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the windfall myth was cited by the Victoria University of Wellington Law Review. Adèle Taylor, Multi-Link Leisure Developments Ltd v North Lanarkshire Council: Commercial Interpretation or Relief from a Bad Bargain?, 43 Vict. U. Wellington L. Rev. 373 (2012).

(10/8/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on Bernard Madoff was cited by the American Criminal Law Review. Kelly S. Kibbie, Maleficent or Mindblind: Questioning the Role of Asperger's in Quant Hedge Fund Malfeasance and Modeling Disasters, 49 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 367 (2012).

(10/1/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on regulating compensation was cited by the Hamline Law Review. Ann Graham, Introduction: Reforming the Secondary Mortgage Market, 35 Hamline L. Rev. 327 (2011-2012).

(9/24/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on regulation through criminalization was cited by the Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice. William E. Underwood, A Little White Lie: The Dangers of Allowing Police Officers to Stretch the Truth as a Means to Gain a Suspect's Consent to Search, 18 Wash. & Lee J. Civil Rts. & Soc. Just. 167 (2011).

(9/17/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's blog post on bubbles, student loans and sub-prime debt was cited by the Journal of Legal Education. Gene R. Nichol, Rankings, Economic Challenge, and the Future of Legal Education, 61 J. Legal Educ. 345 (2012).

(9/17/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on Bernard Madoff was cited by the UMKC Law Review. June Carbone, Once and Future Financial Crises: How the Hellhound of Wall Street Sniffed Out Five Forgotten Factors Guaranteed to Produce Fiascos, 80 UMKC L. Rev. 1021 (2012).

(9/10/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the undercivilization of corporate law was cited by the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law. Miriam H. Baer, Book Review: Some Thoughts on the Porous Boundary between Ordinary and Extraordinary Corporate Fraud Ensuring Corporate Misconduct, by Tom Baker and Sean J. Griffith, 2010, 14 U. Pa. J. Bus. L. 927 (2012).

(9/10/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on Bernard Madoff was cited by the William & Mary Business Law Review. Grant Christensen, Allocating Loss in Securities Fraud: Time to Adopt a Uniform Rule for the Special Case of Ponzi Schemes, 3 Wm. & Mary Bus. L. Rev. 309 (2012).

(8/13/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on breaches of the peace, home invasions, and securities fraud was cited by the Indiana Law Review. Helen A. Anderson, From the Thief in the Night to the Guest Who Stayed Too Long: The Evolution of Burglary in the Shadow of the Common Law, 45 Ind. L. Rev. 629 (2012).

(8/6/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on online securities trading, internet gambling, and the speculation paradox was cited by the North Dakota Law Review. Eric D. Gorman, Why Do All Casinos Seem to Be the Same? A Glance into Casino Games, Gambling Machines and the Doctrine of Fair Use, 87 N.D. L. Rev. 299 (2011).

(7/23/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the undercivilization of corporate law was cited by Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law. Mirela V. Hristova, The Case for Insider-Trading Criminalization and Sentencing Reform, 13 Transactions: Tenn. J. Bus. L. 267 (2012).

(7/16/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the undercivilization of corporate law was cited by the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law. Ann M. Scarlett, Imitation or Improvement? The Evolution of Shareholder Derivative Litigation in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia, 28 Ariz. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 569 (2011).

(7/9/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on online securities trading, internet gambling, and the speculation paradox was cited by the Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance. Timothy E. Lynch, Gambling by Another Name; The Challenge of Purely Speculative Derivatives, 17 Stan. J.L. Bus. & Fin. 67 (2011).

(6/25/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on moral hazard and the initial public offering was cited by the Seattle University Law Review. Anne Tucker, The Citizen Shareholder: Modernizing the Agency Paradigm to Reflect How and Why a Majority of Americans Invest in the Market, 35 Seattle U. L. Rev. 1299 (2012).

(6/4/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on moral hazard and the initial public offering was cited by the Cornell Law Review. Edward B. Rock, Shareholder Eugenics in the Public Corporation, 97 Cornell L. Rev. 849 (2012).

(5/21/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the undercivilization of corporate law was cited by the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law. Renee M. Jones & Michelle Welsh, Toward a Public Enforcement Model for Directors' Duty of Oversight, 45 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 343 (2012).

(5/14/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on moral hazard and the initial public offering was cited by the Hofstra Law Review. Alexander F. L. Sand, Invested in Politics: Gun Jumping, Corporate Political Speech, and Citizens United, 40 Hofstra L. Rev. 309 (2011).

(4/30/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on online securities trading, internet gambling, and the speculation paradox was cited by the Harvard Journal of Sports & Entertainment Law. Marc Edelman, A Short Treatise on Fantasy Sports and the Law: How America Regulates Its New National Pastime, 3 Harv. J. Sports & Ent. L. 1 (2012).

(4/30/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on moral hazard and the initial public offering was cited by the Brigham Young University Law Review. Joseph Orien, Note, Simmonds v. Credit Suisse Securities: Applying Delaware's Demand Requirement to Section 16(b), 2012 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 623 (2012).

(4/2/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the undercivilization of corporate law was cited by the Boston University Law Review. Miriam H. Baer, Choosing Punishment, 92 B.U. L. Rev. 577 (2012).

(3/26/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on Bernard Madoff was cited by the Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law. Ziven Scott Birdwell, The Key Elements for Developing a Securities Market to Drive Economic Growth: A Roadmap for Emerging Markets, 39 Ga. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 535 (2011).

(3/12/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on Bernard Madoff was cited by the Brigham Young University Law Review. Geoffrey Christopher Rapp, Mutiny by the Bounties? The Attempt to Reform Wall Street by the New Whistleblower Provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act, 2012 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 73 (2012).

(3/5/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on online securities trading, internet gambling, and the speculation paradox was cited by the California Western Law Review. Sandra Gotlaufa, Comment, The Business of Turning Rookies into “Professional” Day-Traders: A Call for Improved Regulation of Day-Trading Training Firms, 48 Cal. W. L. Rev. 175 (2011).

(2/27/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the undercivilization of corporate law was cited by the NYU Journal of Legislation and Public Policy. Deniz Anginer et at., Should Size Matter When Regulating Firms? Implications from Backdating of Executive Options, 15 N.Y.U. J. Legislature. & Pub. Pol'y 1 (2012).

(2/20/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the undercivilization of corporate law was cited by the California Law Review. James J. Park, Rules, Principles, and the Competition to Enforce the Securities Laws, 100 Cal. L. Rev. 115 (2012).

(2/20/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's blog post on bubbles, student loans and sub-prime debt was cited by the Harvard Law & Policy Review. Gene R. Nichol, Foreword: Wages, Work, Privilege, and Legal Education, 5 Harv. L. & Pol'y Rev. 1 (2011).

(2/13/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's blog post on the Kickstarter crowd financing website was cited by Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law. Edan Burkett, A Crowdfunding Exemption? Online Investment Crowdfunding and U.S. Securities Regulation, 13 Transactions: Tenn. J. Bus. L. 63 (2011).

(2/13/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Remedies

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the windfall myth was cited by Review of Litigation. Lori A. Roberts, Rhetoric, Reality, and the Wrongful Abrogation of the Collateral Source Rule in Personal Injury Cases, 31 Rev. Litig. 99 (2012).

(2/6/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Legal Analysis and Writing

Professor Christine Hurt's blog post in response to Daniel P. Solove's article on citing to Wikipedia was cited by I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society. Daniel J. Baker, A Jester's Promenade: Citations to Wikipedia in Law Reviews, 2002-2008, 7 I/S: J. L. & Pol'y for Info. Soc'y 361 (2012).

(1/30/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on Bernard Madoff was cited by the Wisconsin Law Review. Robert A. Prentice, Moral Equilibrium: Stock Brokers and the Limits of Disclosure, 2011 Wis. L. Rev. 1059 (2011).

(1/23/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on breaches of the peace, home invasions, and securities fraud was cited by the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology. Irina D. Manta, The Puzzle of Criminal Sanctions for Intellectual Property Infringement, 24 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 469 (2011).

(1/2/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Legal Education

Professor Christine Hurt's article on erasing lines was cited by Legal Writing: The Journal of the Legal Writing Institute. Susan J. Hankin, Bridging Gaps and Blurring Lines: Integrating Analysis, Writing, Doctrine, and Theory, 17 Legal Writing: J. Legal Writing Inst. 325 (2011).

(1/2/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on Bernard Madoff was cited by the George Mason Journal of International Commercial Law. John H. Walsh, Combating Fraud in the Caribbean Region: Lessons From Recent Events, 3 Geo. Mason J. Int'l Com. L. 117 (2011).

(1/2/2012)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on online securities trading, internet gambling, and the speculation paradox was cited by the Loyola University Chicago Law Journal. Timothy E. Lynch, Derivatives: A Twenty-First Century Understanding, 43 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 1 (2011).

(12/19/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's blog post on Bernard Madoff as the big idea was cited by the Hofstra Law Review. Allana M. Grinshteyn, Horseshoes and Hand Grenades: The Dodd-Frank Act's (Almost) Attack on Credit Rating Agencies, 39 Hofstra L. Rev. 937 (2011).

(12/10/2011)

Christine Hurt

Conference
International Trade, Economics
Christine Hurt presented her paper Microfinance, Securitization and Reckless Credit at the Second Annual Law & Development Institute Conference at the University of Seattle on December 10, 2011.
(12/5/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on why attorneys who invest in their clients in a post-Enron world are "selling out" was cited by the Wake Forest Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law. Therese Maynard, Ethics for Business Lawyers Representing Start-Up Companies, 11 Wake Forest J. Bus. & Intell. Prop. L. 401 (2011).

(11/28/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on regulating compensation was cited by the West Virginia Law Review. Steven J. Padfield, The Dodd-Frank Corporation: More than a Nexus of Contracts, 114 W. Va. L. Rev. 209 (2011).

(11/21/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Remedies

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the windfall myth was cited by the Tulane Law Review. Shawn J. Bayern, False Efficiency and Missed Opportunites in Law and Economics, 86 Tul. L. Rev. 135 (2011).

(10/31/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's blog post asking whether "conscious avoidance" is the next "honest services" was cited by the Iowa Law Review. Justin C. From, Note, Avoiding Not-So-Harmless Errors: The Appropriate Standards for Appellate Review of Willful-Blindness Jury Instructions, 97 Iowa L. Rev. 275 (2011).

(10/21/2011)

Christine Hurt

Presentation
Banking and Finance
Professor Hurt was recently invited to speak at the J. Mack College of Business at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia.  She presented her paper "Reckless Credit, Retail Investors and Systemic Risk:  Microfinance Meets Bubble Regulation" to the Department of Risk Management and Insurance on October 21, 2011.
(10/3/2011)

Christine Hurt

Conference
Securities Law
Professor Hurt spoke on October 3, 2011 at the Reforming the Secondary Mortgage Market symposium hosted by the Hamline Law Review and the Business Law Institute at Hamline University in Saint Paul, Minnesota.  Her talk was entitled "Executive Compensation at Freddie and Fannie."
(9/19/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's blog post on bubbles, student loans and sub-prime debt was cited by the University of Toledo Law Review. Nora V. Demleitner, Colliding or Coalescing: Leading a Faculty and an Administration in the Academic Enterprise, 42 U. Tol. L. Rev. 605 (2011).

(9/19/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on breaches of the peace, home invasions, and securities fraud was cited by the Banking & Financial Services Policy Report. Brian Elzweig, Modernizing the Theft Loss Deduction for Victims of Securities Frauds and Ponzi Schemes, Banking & Fin. Services Pol'y Rep., September 2011, at 1.

(9/12/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on moral hazard and the initial public offering was cited by the William & Mary Business Law Review. Stephen W. Kiefer, The Securities and Exchange Commission's 2010 Proxy Access Proposals: A Poison Pill for Corporate Health, 2 Wm. & Mary Bus. L. Rev. 135 (2011).

(8/22/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on online securities trading, internet gambling, and the speculation paradox was cited by the Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Journal. Christopher B. Chuff, Comment, "Rolling the Dice" on Financial Regulatory Reform: Gambling Law as a Framework for Regulating Structured Investments, 18 Vill. Sports & Ent. L.J. 569 (2011).

(8/8/2011)

Christine Hurt

Publication
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt published "Regulating Compensation" in the Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal. 6 Entrepreneurial Bus. L.J. 21 (2011).

(8/8/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on moral hazard and the initial public offering was cited by the Cardozo Public Law, Policy and Ethics Journal. Daniel E. Lazaroff, Vonnegut: Lessons for Law & Policy, 9 Cardozo Pub. L. Pol'y & Ethics J. 487 (2011).

(8/8/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the undercivilization of corporate law was cited by the U.C. Davis Law Review. Urska Velikonja, Leverage, Sanctions, and Deterrence of Accounting Fraud, 44 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1281 (2011).

(8/8/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Gaming

Professor Christine Hurt's blog post discussing virtual taxes and virtual gambling was cited by the Berkeley Technology Law Journal. Nicolas Suzor, The Role of the Rule of Law in Virtual Communities, 25 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 1817 (2010).

(8/1/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Securities Law

Professor Christine Hurt's article on Bernard Madoff was cited by the American University Law Review. Onnig H. Dombalagian, Investment Recommendations and the Essence of Duty, 60 Am. U. L. Rev. 1265 (2011).

(7/11/2011)

Christine Hurt

Publication
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt published "Regulating Compensation" in the Ohio State Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal. 6 Ohio St. Entrep. Bus. L.J. 21 (2011).

(6/20/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the windfall myth was cited by the Southern Illinois University Law Journal. James D. Ridgway, Patternicity and Persuasion: Evolutionary Biology as a Bridge Between Economic and Narrative Analysis in the Law, 35 S. Ill. U. L.J. 269 (2011).

(6/6/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Legal Education

Professor Christine Hurt's blog posting on bubbles, student loans and sub-prime debt was cited by the Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal. Lucille A. Jewel, I Can Has Lawyer? The Conflict Between the Participatory Culture of the Internet and the Legal Profession, 33 Hastings Comm. & Ent L.J. 341 (2011).

(5/9/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Legal Education

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the Seventh Circuit setback suffered by the Wisconsin diploma privilege was cited by the Journal of College and University Law. Daniel B. Nora, Note, On Wisconsin: The Viability of Diploma Privilege Regulations Under Dormant Commerce Clause Review, 37 J.C. & U.L. 447 (2011).

(5/2/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the undercivilization of corporate law was cited by the Minnesota Law Review. Maya Steinitz, Whose Claim is this Anyway? Third-Party Litigation Funding, 95 Minn. L. Rev. 1268 (2011).

(4/25/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on moral hazard and the initial public offering was cited by the John Marshall Law Review. Eric H. Franklin, How to Avoid the Constraints of Rule 10b-5(b): A First Circuit Guide for Underwriters, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 931 (2010).

(4/4/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on Bernard Madoff was cited by the Fordham Law Review. Jayne W. Barnard, Listening to Victims, 79 Fordham L. Rev. 1479 (2011).

(3/28/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the windfall myth was cited by the Duke Law Journal. Professor Hurt's article on selling fractional interests in your career was also cited. Lee Anne Fennell, Unbundling Risk, 60 Duke L.J. 1285 (2011).

(3/21/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the undercivilization of corporate law was cited by the Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law. Tung Yin, Independent Appellate Review of Knowledge of Falsity in Defamation and False Statements Cases, 15 Berkeley J. Crim. L. 330 (2010).

(2/7/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the undercivilization of corporate law was cited by the Wisconsin Law Review. Ann Morales Olazábal, Defining Recklessness: A Doctrinal Approach to Deterrence of Secondary Market Securities Fraud, 2010 Wis. L. Rev. 1415 (2010).

(1/31/2011)

Christine Hurt

In The Media
Securities Law

On January 31, 2011, Professor Hurt was featured on WILL-AM's "Legal Issues in the News."  She spoke on the topic of executive compensation regulation, arguing that new laws effective this month are ineffectual at combating systemic risk and misguided.

(1/27/2011)

Christine Hurt

Presentation
Securities Law

On January 27, 2011, Professor Hurt presented "Regulating Compensation" at a faculty workshop at Loyola University New Orleans School of Law.  Her paper argues that recent executive compensation reforms in the Dodd-Frank Act are ineffective and misguided.

(1/18/2011)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on moral hazard and the initial public offering was cited by the U.C. Davis Law Review. William K. Sjostrom, Jr., The Untold Story of Underwriting Compensation Regulation, 44 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 625 (2010).

(1/10/2011)

Christine Hurt

In The Media
Consumer Protection Law

On January 10, 2011, Professor Hurt was featured on WILL-AM's "Legal Issues in the News."  She spoke on the topic of new federal laws governing gift cards under the Credit CARD Act of 2009.

(12/20/2010)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on the undercivilization of corporate law was cited by the Arizona State Law Journal. Kelli A. Alces, The Equity Trustee, 42 Ariz. St. L.J. 717 (2010).

(12/6/2010)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Legal Education

Professor Christine Hurt's blog post about law school debt was cited by the Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy. Michael C. Macchiarola and Arun Abraham, Options for Student Borrowers: A Derivatives-Based Proposal to Protect Students and Control Debt-Fueled Inflation in the Higher Education Market, 20 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 67 (2010).

(11/22/2010)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on corporate misconduct was cited by the National Taiwan University Law Review. Leng-Chia Hung, Securities Markets--A Place to Get Rich Quick or a Quicksand Going Straight to Jail? The “Mens Rea” Required for Insider Trading Criminal Liability, 5 Nat'l Taiwan U. L. Rev. 1 (2010).

(11/15/2010)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on corporate misconduct was cited by the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law. David Zaring, The Post-Crisis and Its Critics, 12 U. Pa. J. Bus. L. 1169 (2010).

(11/8/2010)

Christine Hurt

Publication
Securities Law

Christine Hurt's most recent article, Evil Has a New Name (and a New Narrative):  Bernard Madoff, appeared in print at 2009 Mich. St. L.J. 947 (2010).

(11/8/2010)

Christine Hurt

In The Media
Torts

Christine Hurt's commentary on the "Tort Law Implications of the BP/Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill" was aired on "Legal Issues in the News" on WILL-AM in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois.

(11/8/2010)

Christine Hurt

Citation
Corporations

Professor Christine Hurt's article on corporate misconduct was cited by the Marquette Law Review. Mary Kreiner Ramirez, Prioritizing Justice: Combating Corporate Crime from Task Force to Top Priority, 93 Marq. L. Rev. 971 (2010).

(11/4/2010)

Christine Hurt

Public Engagement
Torts

Christine Hurt presented a talk on "The Tort Law Implications of the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill" to area alumni of the University of Illinois in Dearborn, Michigan.

(11/3/2010)

Christine Hurt

Public Engagement
Torts

On November 3, 2010, Christine Hurt provided commentary in a debate with Professor John Hasnas of Georgetown's McDonough School of Business sponsored by the Federalist Society of the College of Law.  The topic was the governmental response to the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

(10/21/2010)

Christine Hurt

Presentation
Securities Law

On October 21, 2010, Christine Hurt presented her paper Regulating Compensation at a faculty workshop at Arizona State University School of Law.

(10/18/2010)

Christine Hurt

In The Media
Securities Law

Christine Hurt's segment "Only You Can Prevent Ponzi Schemes" was aired on "Legal Issues in the News" on WILL-AM in Champaign-Urbana on Monday, October 18, 2010.

(9/6/2010)

Christine Hurt

Publication
Legal Research and Bibliography

Christine Hurt, with Tracy McGaugh, published the 2010 edition of The Interactive Citation Workbook (Lexis 2010), with accompanying website at www.lawschool.lexis.com/icw.

(9/6/2010)

Christine Hurt

In The Media
Legal Education

In the September 6, 2010 issue of the National Law Journal, Christine Hurt was profiled as a "pioneer in blogging."  The article was titled "A Look at Law Professors Who Have Made Blogging a Mainstream Medium."  Professor Hurt blogs regularly at Conglomerate, www.theconglomerate.org.

(8/31/2010)

Christine Hurt

Publication
Securities Law, Legislation

In Summer 2010, Christine Hurt's article The Windfall Myth was published in volume 8 of The Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy, beginning on page 339.