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The Corporate Lawyer And 'The Perjury Trilemma', Thomas D. Morgan Jan 2006

The Corporate Lawyer And 'The Perjury Trilemma', Thomas D. Morgan

Hofstra Law Review

This paper extends Monroe Freedman's idea of the criminal lawyer's "perjury trilemma" to current issues faced by corporate lawyers dealing with perceived pressures on the attorney-client privilege. The duties of criminal defense and corporate lawyers are more similar than they often seem. Corporate lawyers' duties of honesty in dealing with third parties are closely analogous to criminal lawyers' duties of honesty in dealing with a court. Both sets of lawyers also have an important interest in fostering open communications with their clients. Where their situations differ is not with respect to lawyer obligations but with respect to their ...


Big Talk, Broken Promises: How Title I Of The Americans With Disabilities Act Failed Disabled Workers, Melanie D. Winegar Jan 2006

Big Talk, Broken Promises: How Title I Of The Americans With Disabilities Act Failed Disabled Workers, Melanie D. Winegar

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"Wide Open": Nevada's Innovative Market In Partnership Law, Allan W. Vestal Jan 2006

"Wide Open": Nevada's Innovative Market In Partnership Law, Allan W. Vestal

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Conflicts Of Interest In The Drug Industry's Relationship With The Government, Merrill Goozner Jan 2006

Conflicts Of Interest In The Drug Industry's Relationship With The Government, Merrill Goozner

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To Attain "The Just Rewards Of So Much Struggle": Local-Resident Equity Participation In Urban Revitalization, Barbara L. Bezdek Jan 2006

To Attain "The Just Rewards Of So Much Struggle": Local-Resident Equity Participation In Urban Revitalization, Barbara L. Bezdek

Hofstra Law Review

Annually, Americans pour out their sympathy for people displaced from their communities by natural disasters such as fires, floods, and hurricanes. We respond, knowing the anchor that the concept of "home" supplies to body, soul, and family; we intuit the toll exacted by the loss of familiar walls, private homes and community-shared places. Yet, redevelopment policy and practice in the U.S. today relies upon the massive relocation of poor people and the destruction of poor people's neighborhoods with only token recognition of the costs and burdens imposed on the displaced. Although the devastation of community, family, and lives ...


The Triage Trilemma, Steven Lubet Jan 2006

The Triage Trilemma, Steven Lubet

Hofstra Law Review

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Legal Ethics And The Constitution, Alan Dershowitz Jan 2006

Legal Ethics And The Constitution, Alan Dershowitz

Hofstra Law Review

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Legal Ethics In An Adversary System: The Persistent Questions, Deborah L. Rhode Jan 2006

Legal Ethics In An Adversary System: The Persistent Questions, Deborah L. Rhode

Hofstra Law Review

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Moralizing In Public, Anita L. Allen Jan 2006

Moralizing In Public, Anita L. Allen

Hofstra Law Review

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Remarks On The Installation Of Mark Movsesian As Max Schmertz Distinguished Professor Of Law, John O. Mcginnis Jan 2006

Remarks On The Installation Of Mark Movsesian As Max Schmertz Distinguished Professor Of Law, John O. Mcginnis

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The Fight To Safeguard American Drug Safety In The Twenty-First Century, Maurice Hinchey Jan 2006

The Fight To Safeguard American Drug Safety In The Twenty-First Century, Maurice Hinchey

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The Proliferation Security Initiative: A Model For International Cooperation, John Yoo, Glenn Sulmasy Jan 2006

The Proliferation Security Initiative: A Model For International Cooperation, John Yoo, Glenn Sulmasy

Hofstra Law Review

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A Cautionary Tale: Fiduciary Breach As Legal Malpractice, Charles W. Wolfram Jan 2006

A Cautionary Tale: Fiduciary Breach As Legal Malpractice, Charles W. Wolfram

Hofstra Law Review

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You Are Living In A Gold Rush, Richard Delgado Jan 2006

You Are Living In A Gold Rush, Richard Delgado

Hofstra Law Review

This article argues that our times, characterized as they are by dreams of vast wealth, environmental destruction, and growing social inequality, resemble nothing so much as earlier get-rich-quick periods like the Gilded Age and the California gold rush.

I put forward a number of parallels between those earlier periods and now, and suggest that the current fever is likely to end soon. This will come as a relief to those of you who, like me, deplore the regressive social policies, bellicose foreign relations, and coarsening of public taste that we have been living through-even if some of our more libertarian ...


The Draining Of Daubert And The Recidivism Of Junk Science In Federal And State Courts, Victor E. Schwartz, Cary Silverman Jan 2006

The Draining Of Daubert And The Recidivism Of Junk Science In Federal And State Courts, Victor E. Schwartz, Cary Silverman

Hofstra Law Review

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Monroe Freedman's Solution To The Criminal Defense Lawyer's Trilemma Is Wrong As A Matter Of Policy And Constitutional Law, Stephen Gillers Jan 2006

Monroe Freedman's Solution To The Criminal Defense Lawyer's Trilemma Is Wrong As A Matter Of Policy And Constitutional Law, Stephen Gillers

Hofstra Law Review

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Asylum And Oral Argument: The Judiciary In Immigration And The Second Circuit Non-Argument Calendar, Erick Rivero Jan 2006

Asylum And Oral Argument: The Judiciary In Immigration And The Second Circuit Non-Argument Calendar, Erick Rivero

Hofstra Law Review

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A Double Standard For Lawyer Dishonesty: Billing Fraud Versus Misappropriation, Lisa G. Lerman Jan 2006

A Double Standard For Lawyer Dishonesty: Billing Fraud Versus Misappropriation, Lisa G. Lerman

Hofstra Law Review

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Sanctioning Insurance Carriers For Bad-Faith Litigation Practices: A Proposal To Change The "Named Party" Rule, Andrea Yoon Jan 2006

Sanctioning Insurance Carriers For Bad-Faith Litigation Practices: A Proposal To Change The "Named Party" Rule, Andrea Yoon

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Do Bar Association Ethics Committees Serve The Public Or The Profession? An Argument For Process Change, Hon. David G. Trager Jan 2006

Do Bar Association Ethics Committees Serve The Public Or The Profession? An Argument For Process Change, Hon. David G. Trager

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An Old Means To A Different End: The War On Terror, American Citizens... And The Treason Clause, Benjamin A. Lewis Jan 2006

An Old Means To A Different End: The War On Terror, American Citizens... And The Treason Clause, Benjamin A. Lewis

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Bias In Direct-To-Consumer Advertising And Its Effect On Drug Safety, Marvin M. Lipman Jan 2006

Bias In Direct-To-Consumer Advertising And Its Effect On Drug Safety, Marvin M. Lipman

Hofstra Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Office Of Research Integrity: Experience And Authorities, Chris B. Pascal Jan 2006

The Office Of Research Integrity: Experience And Authorities, Chris B. Pascal

Hofstra Law Review

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They Killed Her For Going Out With Boys: Honor Killings In Turkey In Light Of Turkey's Accession To The European Union And Lessons For Iraq, Rebecca E. Boon Jan 2006

They Killed Her For Going Out With Boys: Honor Killings In Turkey In Light Of Turkey's Accession To The European Union And Lessons For Iraq, Rebecca E. Boon

Hofstra Law Review

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The Reliability Of Our Medical Knowledge As A Product Of Industry Relationships, John Abramson Jan 2006

The Reliability Of Our Medical Knowledge As A Product Of Industry Relationships, John Abramson

Hofstra Law Review

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Interpreting Searches Of Pretrial Releases Through The Lens Of The Fourth Amendment Special Needs Exception, Melissa Weiss Jan 2006

Interpreting Searches Of Pretrial Releases Through The Lens Of The Fourth Amendment Special Needs Exception, Melissa Weiss

Hofstra Law Review

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Counseling Organizational Clients"Within The Bounds Of The Law", Roger C. Cramton Jan 2006

Counseling Organizational Clients"Within The Bounds Of The Law", Roger C. Cramton

Hofstra Law Review

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Creating Space For Lawyers To Be Ethical: Driving Towards An Ethic Of Transparency, Burnele V. Powell Jan 2006

Creating Space For Lawyers To Be Ethical: Driving Towards An Ethic Of Transparency, Burnele V. Powell

Hofstra Law Review

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Reading Back, Reading Black, I. Bennett Capers Jan 2006

Reading Back, Reading Black, I. Bennett Capers

Hofstra Law Review

This essay builds on post-colonial theory and black literary theory to pose a pair of questions. If the reading of Western literature can be enriched by examining the great canonical texts through the lens of race, can a similar enrichment obtain from using a similar reading practice to read the law? Stanley Fish has argued that we each belong to interpretive communities, and that members of these communities are guided in their readings of texts by a common consciousness, which produces interpretive "strategies [that] exist prior to the act of reading and therefore determine the shape of what is read ...


"Play In The Joints Between The Religion Clauses" And Other Supreme Court Catachreses, Carl H. Esbeck Jan 2006

"Play In The Joints Between The Religion Clauses" And Other Supreme Court Catachreses, Carl H. Esbeck

Hofstra Law Review

Consistent with its fumbling of late when dealing with cases involving religion, the U.S. Supreme Court has taken to reciting the metaphor of play in the joints between the Religion Clauses. This manner of framing the issue before the Court presumes that the Free Exercise and Establishment Clauses run in opposing directions, and indeed will often conflict. It then becomes the Court's task, as it sees it, to determine if the law in question falls safely in the narrows where there is space for legislative action neither compelled by the Free Exercise Clause nor prohibited by the Establishment ...