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Poverty In The Aftermath Of Katrina: Reimagining Citizen Leadership In T He Context Of Federalism, Gregory L. Volz, David E. Robbins, Vanessa E. Volz Mar 2014

Poverty In The Aftermath Of Katrina: Reimagining Citizen Leadership In T He Context Of Federalism, Gregory L. Volz, David E. Robbins, Vanessa E. Volz

Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy

It is a cruel irony that a lead singer with the name Katrina and a back-up band called the Waves performed a pop song in the 1980s with bright lyrics and happy beat. Many years later, a natural disaster bearing the same name, backed by a surge of seawater, consumed the city of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, America and the rest of the world witnessed the desperate side of the world's wealthiest nation. Many people, who had neither time nor resources to escape the storm's surge, and the destruction that ...


Interactive Antitrust Federalism: Antitrust Enforcement In Tennessee Then And Now, Clark L. Hildabrand Jan 2014

Interactive Antitrust Federalism: Antitrust Enforcement In Tennessee Then And Now, Clark L. Hildabrand

Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law

In light of the recent debates surrounding the proper relationship between federal and state antitrust enforcement, this Paper explores the early years of state antitrust enforcement to see how the Sherman Act impacted state antitrust law. Since Tennessee was the location of the first federal case brought under the Sherman Act and has been involved in recent indirect purchaser action against Microsoft Corporation, this Paper particularly focuses on the development of antitrust law within Tennessee. Before the Sherman Act, Tennessee antitrust enforcement was limited to the narrow confines of common law restraint of trade, but the implementation of the Sherman ...