Citations to RPTEJ

Estate of Watkins, No. E2016-02388-COA-R3-CV, 2017 WL 3149610 (Tenn. Ct. App. July 25, 2017).

Fred Franke & Deb Howe, The Maryland Trust Act: The Fate of the Unknowledgeable Beneficiary 49 U. Balt. L. F. 85 (Spring 2019).

Sarah A. Wetzel, A “Spoonful of Sugar” Won’t Make This Go Down: Analyzing the Enforceability of Automatic Carpet Cleaning Clauses in Nebraska, NEB. L. REV. BULL. (Oct. 3, 2019) 

Danaya C. Wright & Stephanie L. Emrick, Tearing Down the Wall: How Transfer-on-Death Real-Estate Deeds Challenge the Inter Vivos/testamentary Divide, 78 Md. L. Rev. 511, 514–15 (2019).

Richard Ralph & Eugenia Ralph, Appellants, v. Paul Dennis McLaughlin & Susan Rode McLaughlin, Respondents., No. 2017-000866, 2019 WL 3938679, at *10 (S.C. Ct. App. 2019).

John Fritz, The Wild, Wild West: The Mechanics and Potential Uses of Trust Decanting, 19 Wyo. L. Rev. 327, 329–30 (2019).

Nicole Krueger, Life, Death, and Revival of Electronic Wills Legislation in 2016 through 2019, 67 Drake L. Rev. 983 (2019).

Emily S. Taylor Poppe, Surprised by the Inevitable: A National Survey of Estate Planning Utilization, 53 UC Davis L. Rev. 2511 (2020).

Johnny R. Buckles, Curbing (or not) Foreign Influence on U.S. Politics and Policies Through the Federal Taxation of Charities, 79 Md. Law Rev. 590 (2020).

75-80 Props., L.L.C. v. RALE, Inc., No. 59, 2020 Md. LEXIS 377 (Md. Ct. App. Aug. 24, 2020)

Michael S. Hayes, Beneficiary’s Interest in Open-Class Discretionary Trust Amounts to Mere Expectancy Despite Ascertainable Standard, 50 Suffolk Univ. Law Rev. 367 (2020).

Francesca Torres, Electronic Wills: COVID-19 Relief or Inevitable Trouble for California?, 52 U Pac. L. Rev. 435 (2021).

Christian Martinez, Let Them Learn: Recognizing and Codifying a Design-Build Self-Critical Analysis Privilege in Texas, 7 Tex. A&M J. Prop. L. 230 (2021).

Shanon Yamen, Hilary Silvia, Linda Christiansen, In Defense of the Landlord: A New Understanding of the Property Owner, 50 Urb. Law 273 (2021).