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Kebunpoker.Com Agen Judi Domino99 Agen Poker Bandarq Online Terpercaya Di Indonesia, Defa Online Jun 2017

Kebunpoker.Com Agen Judi Domino99 Agen Poker Bandarq Online Terpercaya Di Indonesia, Defa Online

AGEN POKER ONLINE INDONESIA TERPERCAYA STUDISOLUTION.COM

KEBUNPOKER.COM AGEN JUDI DOMINO99 AGEN POKER BANDARQ ONLINE TERPERCAYA DI INDONESIA- Pilihan bank besar di atas adalah yang mendukung SMPPoker di dalam situs judinya, Member akan mudah sekali melakukan transaksi dengan banyaknya pilihan bank dalam sebuah situs judi online, Hal ini sangat penting karena ini adalah alat transaksi saat memainkannya, Misal seperti transaksi deposit dan widraw.
SMPPoker adalah situs judi yang sudah lama menjadi naungan pecinta judi indonesia untuk melakukan permainan judi online, Setelah situs judi ini mengaplikasikan permainan poker di dalam situs judinya, Permainan ini lalu sebagai permainan judi yang di unggulkan karena setiap harinya ribuan membernya memainkannya ...


Climate Change Law And Policy In The European Union, Sanja Bogojevic May 2016

Climate Change Law And Policy In The European Union, Sanja Bogojevic

Sanja Bogojević

No abstract provided.


Ch. 14 Climate Change Innovation, Products And Services Under The Gatt/Wto System, Padideh Ala'i May 2016

Ch. 14 Climate Change Innovation, Products And Services Under The Gatt/Wto System, Padideh Ala'i

Padideh Ala'i

The chapter aims to identify some of the major sources of tension between climate change-related measures proposed or implemented on the national level and the trading rules as they have been applied by the WTO dispute settlement bodies over the past nearly 20 years. The chapter first describes three categories of national approaches to climate change, and highlights the potential competitiveness concerns raised by each. It then discusses selected WTO provisions that are most likely to be used to evaluate WTO treaty-compliance of the three categories of national measures. These include an analysis of Articles of the General Agreement on ...


Posner Opinion Aims To Put Teeth Into ‘Reasonable Suspicion’ Doctrine, Timothy P. O'Neill May 2016

Posner Opinion Aims To Put Teeth Into ‘Reasonable Suspicion’ Doctrine, Timothy P. O'Neill

Timothy P. O'Neill

No abstract provided.


Pregnancy Denied, Pregnancy Rejected In Stephanie Daley, Susan Ayres, Prema Manjunath May 2016

Pregnancy Denied, Pregnancy Rejected In Stephanie Daley, Susan Ayres, Prema Manjunath

Susan Ayres

This article offers a reading of Hilary Brougher’s film Stephanie Daley (2006), in which a teen is accused of murdering her newborn (neonaticide). Brougher depicts a “phenomenology of unwanted pregnancy” and an example of therapeutic jurisprudence. Part One examines Brougher’s treatment of the “shadow side of pregnancy,” and highlights barriers to the empathetic treatment of neonaticide. Part Two emphasizes the process of therapeutic jurisprudence as experienced by the two main characters. Brougher’s film provides a social narrative and phenomenology that may influence laws and legal responses and enlarge social understanding of unwanted pregnancy.


Book Review | Practice Perspectives: Vault’S Guide To Legal Practice Areas, Tina M. Brooks May 2016

Book Review | Practice Perspectives: Vault’S Guide To Legal Practice Areas, Tina M. Brooks

Tina M. Brooks

In this book review, Tina M. Brooks discusses Practice Perspectives: Vault’s Guide to Legal Practice Areas by Rachel Marx Boufford (editor).


Josephine Sandler Nelson On Volkswagen, J.S. Nelson May 2016

Josephine Sandler Nelson On Volkswagen, J.S. Nelson

J.S. Nelson

No abstract provided.


Fumigating The Criminal Bug: New Research On The Insulation Of Volkswagen’S Middle Management, J.S. Nelson May 2016

Fumigating The Criminal Bug: New Research On The Insulation Of Volkswagen’S Middle Management, J.S. Nelson

J.S. Nelson

New headlines each day reveal wide-spread misconduct and large-scale cheating at top international companies: Volkswagen’s emissions-defeat devices installed on over eleven million cars trace back to a manager’s PowerPoint from as early as 2006. Mitsubishi admits that it has been cheating on emissions standards for the eK and Dayz model cars for the past 25 years—even after a similar scandal almost wiped out the company 15 years ago. Takata’s US $70 million fine for covering up its exploding air bags in Honda, Ford, and other car brands could soon jump to US $200 million if a ...


7th Circuit Stretches Jardines Beyond The Single-Family House, Timothy P. O'Neill May 2016

7th Circuit Stretches Jardines Beyond The Single-Family House, Timothy P. O'Neill

Timothy P. O'Neill

No abstract provided.


Submission To The Queensland Taskforce On Organised Crime Legislation (Inquiry Area 5), Terry Goldsworthy Apr 2016

Submission To The Queensland Taskforce On Organised Crime Legislation (Inquiry Area 5), Terry Goldsworthy

Terry Goldsworthy

In response to a request from the Executive Director of the Commission the following submissions provide Dr. Goldsworthy’s responses as they relate to each term of reference:

1. If provisions in the 2013 legislation are effectively facilitating the successful detection, investigation, prevention and deterrence of organised crime

2. If provisions in the 2013 legislation are effectively facilitating the successful prosecution of individuals

3. If the 2013 legislation strikes an appropriate balance between ensuring the safety, welfare and good order of the community and protecting individual civil liberties, including in relation to the anti‐association provisions in the 2013 legislation ...


For Tax Day, A Simpler And Better Way, David J. Herzig Apr 2016

For Tax Day, A Simpler And Better Way, David J. Herzig

David J. Herzig

No abstract provided.


Common Guidelines For Digitization: A Community Effort, G. Patrick Flanagan Ii Apr 2016

Common Guidelines For Digitization: A Community Effort, G. Patrick Flanagan Ii

G. Patrick Flanagan II

Various organizations are in the process of defining common guidelines, methods, and practices for digitizing and ingesting historical as well as born-digital content. This program brings together various constituents to discuss standards for digital image quality, as well as best practices for digital preservation and archiving materials so that more organizations can become effective, long-term digital surrogates.


School Funding Always A Sore Spot For Illinois, Ann M. Lousin Apr 2016

School Funding Always A Sore Spot For Illinois, Ann M. Lousin

Ann M. Lousin

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin


Juvenile Justice Long Time Coming, But Maybe Illinois Bill Can Leave The Way, Timothy P. O'Neill Apr 2016

Juvenile Justice Long Time Coming, But Maybe Illinois Bill Can Leave The Way, Timothy P. O'Neill

Timothy P. O'Neill

No abstract provided.


Writing Better Jury Instructions: Antitrust As An Example, Joshua P. Davis, Shannon Wheatman, Cristen Stephansky Mar 2016

Writing Better Jury Instructions: Antitrust As An Example, Joshua P. Davis, Shannon Wheatman, Cristen Stephansky

Joshua P. Davis

Understanding the law is difficult. Getting juries to understand the law is more difficult. Yet we provide evidence that it can be done, even in complex areas such as antitrust. This Article tests whether jury instructions can be written in a way that maintains fidelity to the law—indeed, improves on fidelity to the law compared to standard jury instructions—while also permitting jurors to understand the relevant legal standards. But it goes further than that. It proposes making empirical testing an integral part of drafting model jury instructions. It also shows that such empirical testing is feasible by harnessing ...


The Devil Is In The Details: Articulating Practical Principles For Implementing The Duties In Pennsylvania's Environmental Rights Amendment, Kenneth Kristl Mar 2016

The Devil Is In The Details: Articulating Practical Principles For Implementing The Duties In Pennsylvania's Environmental Rights Amendment, Kenneth Kristl

Kenneth T Kristl

The 1971 Environmental Rights Amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution at Article I, Section 27 created individual rights to clean air, pure water, and other environmental features as well as a public trust in the Commonwealth’s public natural resources. Judicial interpretation significantly narrowed Section 27’s reach until the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s Robinson Township decision in 2013 reinvigorated the Amendment. In the aftermath of Robinson Township, government officials and courts will need guidelines for how to comply with Section 27 in making and reviewing government actions and decisions. This article develops a set of concrete, practical principles for applying ...


Regulatory And Adjudicatory Functions Of The Copyright Office, Joseph Liu Mar 2016

Regulatory And Adjudicatory Functions Of The Copyright Office, Joseph Liu

Joseph P. Liu

Invited to serve on a panel at the U.S. Capitol, addressing the future of the Copyright Office. Remarks focused on the idea of granting the Copyright Office greater substantive regulatory authority.


“Private Ordering Or Public Law? The Legal Character Of Technical Standard Setting”, Joseph Liu Mar 2016

“Private Ordering Or Public Law? The Legal Character Of Technical Standard Setting”, Joseph Liu

Joseph P. Liu

Comment on Jorge L. Contreras's paper "Private Ordering or Public Law? The Legal Character of Technical Standard Setting."


In Education Reform, The Basics Matter, Chiehwen Ed Hsu Mar 2016

In Education Reform, The Basics Matter, Chiehwen Ed Hsu

Chiehwen Ed Hsu

Politicians can talk all they want about changing the education system. Here are some of the essen-tials that often aren’t mentioned in their plans: focus on teaching and stop playing the SCI/SSCI game.


Human Trafficking, Cheryl George, Robert Piatt Feb 2016

Human Trafficking, Cheryl George, Robert Piatt

Cheryl Page

Human Trafficking explores the legal, moral, and political attempts to contain sex and labor trafficking. The authors bring unique perspectives to these topics. Professor Page, an African-American woman all too familiar with the vestiges of slavery, has written and lectured internationally on trafficking. Professor Piatt, a Hispanic law professor and former law school dean, brings his international experience as an educator, author, and advocate regarding immigration and human rights matters to bear. The book considers efforts at containment, including controversial topics such as whether prostitution should be legalized. It concludes with specific approaches to eliminate trafficking.


The Prosser Letters: 1917-1948, Christopher Robinette Feb 2016

The Prosser Letters: 1917-1948, Christopher Robinette

Christopher J Robinette

William Prosser was one of the most accomplished and influential scholars of the twentieth century. He molded the development of tort doctrine, especially in the areas of products liability, privacy, and the intentional infliction of emotional distress. In spite of his numerous achievements, there is no full-length biography of Prosser. A major reason no one has written such a volume is the lack of Prosser’s papers. Based on information from a Berkeley Law librarian, it appears Prosser destroyed most of his papers in 1963. Recently, however, prominent academics have both written shorter biographical pieces on Prosser and called for ...


Copyright Law: Essential Cases And Materials, Alfred Yen, Joseph Liu Feb 2016

Copyright Law: Essential Cases And Materials, Alfred Yen, Joseph Liu

Joseph P. Liu

This casebook emphasizes the essential cases and materials at the heart of copyright law. The result is a streamlined and well-organized casebook of manageable length that keeps the central themes of copyright front and center. It also provides access to a companion Web site containing an extensive library of additional modules, topics, edited cases, notes, problems, and audio-visual materials. Together these materials, along with a companion teacher's manual, allow teachers to easily customize the copyright law course to suit their specific goals. The authors have written extensively about copyright, the arts, and the impact of new technology.


Supreme Court Lets Light Shine On Flaws With Eyewitness Testimony, Timothy P. O'Neill Feb 2016

Supreme Court Lets Light Shine On Flaws With Eyewitness Testimony, Timothy P. O'Neill

Timothy P. O'Neill

No abstract provided.


Professorial Professions: Creating A Student-Centered Contracts Classroom, Frank Snyder Feb 2016

Professorial Professions: Creating A Student-Centered Contracts Classroom, Frank Snyder

Franklin G. Snyder

No abstract provided.


President Obama's Supreme Decision, Mary Brigid Mcmanamon Feb 2016

President Obama's Supreme Decision, Mary Brigid Mcmanamon

Mary Brigid McManamon

Op ed on presidential nomination of Supreme Court justices.


Cruz’S Birthplace Presents A Court Conundrum, Mary Brigid Mcmanamon Feb 2016

Cruz’S Birthplace Presents A Court Conundrum, Mary Brigid Mcmanamon

Mary Brigid McManamon

Editorial on the natural born citizen requirement for president.


Improving Taiwan’S Global Competitiveness: Toward A Safer, Internationally Friendlier Society, Chiehwen Ed Hsu Feb 2016

Improving Taiwan’S Global Competitiveness: Toward A Safer, Internationally Friendlier Society, Chiehwen Ed Hsu

Chiehwen Ed Hsu

Civility, more permissive laws for foreign employment and a more diverse educational environment will help Taiwan along the road to modernity.


Regulatory Copyright And The Next Great Copyright Act, Joseph Liu Feb 2016

Regulatory Copyright And The Next Great Copyright Act, Joseph Liu

Joseph P. Liu

Invited to give a lecture as part of the Loyola University of Los Angeles School of Law IP Speakers Series.


Power, Economics And The 'Islamic Terrorism' Narrative, Alev Dudek Feb 2016

Power, Economics And The 'Islamic Terrorism' Narrative, Alev Dudek

Alev Dudek

Similar to other forms of politics, the terrorist narrative, too, is about economics and power. It is a crucial catalyst for the 21st century military industrial complex. Makers of the war on terror, in fact, don't have a problem with Islam or Muslims per se, as their close relationships with one of the most repressive Islamic regimes in the world who support these terrorists, shows. Except, at some point, they start believing their own dehumanizing messages, regardless of the truth factor. In the war on terror, Muslims happen to be the convenient group to build the narrative around. It ...


In Pa., Church Property Subject To Historic Designation, John Nivala Feb 2016

In Pa., Church Property Subject To Historic Designation, John Nivala

John F. Nivala

Historic preservation ordinances such as Philadelphia's are neutral laws of general application that do not, on their face, impose a substantial burden on the free exercise of religion. Nor do they in application, given a process for relief if designation imposes a substantial burden. It is the church's obligation to establish that designation would prevent it from carrying out its mission.