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  • Stepien-Sporek, Anna; Stoppa, Pawel; Ryznar, Margaret (2012)
  • Stepien-Sporek, Anna; Stoppa, Pawel; Ryznar, Margaret (2013)
  • Clark, Jason; Ryznar, Margaret (2019)
    Bitcoin has captivated much attention and imagination since its emer- gence in 2009, but there are still several areas in need of consideration when it comes to the federal tax treatment of virtual currency. The ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret (2012)
    Part I of this Article begins by considering the origins of the Board's rule-reviewing the legal and economic frameworks governing them. Part II then examines the position of families and women in this framework, noting ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret (2010)
    Eyebrows have recently arched not only at the high sums involved in big money divorce cases, but also at the amount of ink spilled on this relatively small subset of divorce cases. Yet, it is precisely in big money cases, ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret (2019)
    Although bitcoin emerged as a cryptocurrency relying on new blockchain technology in 2009, it is still unclear how to regulate it. The recent emergence of bitcoin futures poses a new level of risk to the economy, again ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret (2015)
    To begin, Part I of this Article examines the estate tax in various societies, both in classic redistributionist societies and in the modem United States. This Part then compares the estate tax to the income tax, ...
  • Stepien-Sporek, Anna; Ryznar, Margaret (2010)
    Given the resilience of the issues surrounding cohabitation, a comparative analysis might offer a new perspective. This Article, therefore, considers cohabitation in Poland and the United States, limiting itself to ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret (2016)
    Given that the importance of child support increases with the decline of the traditional family, it is essential to address the issues facing the child support system, such as high arrearages and loss of involvement by ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret (2017)
    Child custody issues are as American as apple pie, with only a quarter of children seeing their parents married until the end. The legal standard for custody is the best interests of the child, but the greyness of this ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret (2019)
    This Essay examines the benefits and drawbacks of fiduciary duties and the duty of care frameworks in the context of social media. Any framework must hold data holders responsible for data breaches while fitting their ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret (2018)
    The United States Supreme Court has not articulated the appropriate level of scrutiny for judicial review of interferences with the parents' care, custody, and control of their children, despite determining it to be ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret (2018)
    The 2017 tax reform, by curtailing the deductions for mortgage interest and state and local taxes, frustrates the American public policy of encouraging homeownership. Yet, there are many reasons that public policy has ...
  • Park, Chai; Ryznar, Margaret (2010)
    The United States Supreme Court has enumerated a constitutionally protected parental right to control the upbringing of one's child that includes the right to direct the child's education. The states, meanwhile, have ...
  • Kim, Ji Hyun; Oliver, Scott A.; Ryznar, Margaret (2017)
    The approaches to cohabitation in France and the United States raise questions regarding the role of contract and the autonomy of cohabitants to enter into binding agreements regarding property distribution at the ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret (2016)
    This Article explores the future of adoption in China and the demographics of the Chinese family. Part II begins by examining the cultural continuity of Chinese domestic adoption, finding it to be relatively substantial. ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret (2017)
    Much has been written about family law and how to fairly divide property between divorcing spouses. Without a good understanding of what courts are doing in the field, however, there is no baseline for theoretical ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret (2019)
    This Article offers original data on mediation in a set of Indiana divorces and is situated within the literature on mediation. Part I begins by reviewing the literature on mediation and its effectiveness. Part II surveys ...
  • Ryznar, Margaret (2014)
    This Article considers notable developments in Indiana family law during the survey period of October 1, 2012 to September 30, 2013. The state statutes and published cases surveyed in this Article concern the parenting ...

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