Margaret Ryznar

 

Recent Submissions

  • Ryznar, Margaret (2015)
    In family law, courts often prevent people who owe alimony from changing jobs. If a job change is accompanied by a salary decrease, the court will not necessarily readjust the alimony obligation and instead impute the ...
  • Sensenbrenner, Frank J.; Ryznar, Margaret (2015-05)
    Several recent high-profile insider trading losses have not stopped the federal government from aggressively prosecuting insider trading cases. The first of its kind, this law review article offers both a legal analysis ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret; Woody, Karen E. (2015)
    There are two primary but different methods of controlling behavior, whether it is the behavior of individuals or corporations: to incentivize it or to regulate it. Governments are in a unique position to employ either or ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret (2014)
    The Child Support Guidelines, incentivized by federal law, provide rebuttable guidance for setting child support awards, except in low- and high-income cases. This article focuses on the latter, as states continue to grapple ...
  • Devaux, Angelique; Beckner, DeAnna; Ryznar, Margaret (2014)