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Photograph: Joseph Schremmer. The Curious Policy Implications of In re SemCrude: Do Crude Oil Markets Need a Volcker Rule? by Joseph A. Schremmer | September 4, 2018
Considers the need to regulate high-risk trading in the downstream crude oil market following the Third Circuit’s decision in In re SemCrude, which cast serious doubt on the efficacy of nonuniform Article 9 and statutory lien provisions intended to secure payment for crude oil and gas sold by producers.

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Analyzing the Oklahoma Supreme Court’s Peculiar Expansion of Dram Shop Liability [Boyle v. ASAP Energy, Inc., 408 P.3d 183 (Okla. 2017)]

Curry Sexton | September 20, 2018 | Read this comment

Summary: Following a tragic collision at the hands of an intoxicated driver, the Oklahoma Supreme Court reversed the trial court and court of appeals and expanded dram shop liability within its state by holding that Fast Lane Stores, Inc. had a duty to desist from selling low-point beer to clearly intoxicated individuals. Oklahoma had never enforced this duty upon vendors selling to adult individuals for off-premises use.

Preferred Citation: Curry Sexton, Analyzing the Oklahoma Supreme Court’s Peculiar Expansion of Dram Shop Liability, 58 Washburn L.J. Online 1 (2018), http://washburnlaw.edu/wljonline/sexton-dramshopliability

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Volume 58 Editor-in-Chief and Board

Congratulations to Jeremy E. Koehler, Washburn Law Journal Volume 58 Editor-in-Chief.