Welcome to Business and Finance Law Review

Business and Finance Law Review (BFLR) is a scholarly journal operated and edited by students at The George Washington Law School and advised by faculty members of GW’s Center for Law, Economics, & Finance (C-LEAF).


Dodd-Frank: Consumers’ Friend or Another D.C. Con Job?

by David Schein and James D. Phillips

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Mixed Public and Private Ownership of Productive Firms as a Necessary Condition for the Optimization of Firm Performance 

by Jarvis Jerome Lagman, Esq.

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The Changing Landscapes of FinTech and RegTech: Why the United States Should Create a Federal Regulatory Sandbox

by Michael M. Piri

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The Risk Retention Rule as a Framework for Marketplace Lending Funding Arrangements 

by Justin Tsang

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Mechanisms for Supporting Worker Voice in China

by Cindy A. Schipani and Junhai Liu

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Exploitation and Antidotes: A Corporate Law-Based Approach to Overmarketing and Overpricing by Big Pharma

by Theresa A. Gabaldon

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Reciprocal Convergences: How China Might Influence Western Corporate Governance

by Ezra Wasserman Mitchell

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M&A Banker Liability for Fiduciary Duty Breach: Still “in Play” in North Carolina

by William Robinson

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Class Actions and Statutory Damages for Procedural Violations – Navigating Between Stranded Consumers and Corporate Wreckage

by Martin Thelen

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The Reverse Merger in China: the Qihoo 360 Story

by Thomas P. Gross and Chenxi Liu

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Cyberspace & Securities: A Changing World

by Thomas P. Gross

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Financial Reform Is Working, But Deregulation That Incentivizes One-Way Bets Is Sowing the Seeds of Another Catastrophic Financial Crash

by Dennis M. Kelleher, President and CEO Better Markets, Inc.

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