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Negotiability Of Corporate Bonds, Roscoe T. Steffen, Henry E. Russell Jan 1932

Negotiability Of Corporate Bonds, Roscoe T. Steffen, Henry E. Russell

Faculty Scholarship Series

There has smouldered for many years a question whether the
Negotiable Instruments Law should apply to long term commercial
paper-the bonds, debentures, equipment trust certificates
and other instruments invented by an ingenious financial community.
Not that any one doubts that such paper should be negotiable,
for there has been no criticism of the decisions so holding,
nor has there been much concern whether negotiability was
reached under the Act or by common law recognition of custom.
But when, as has happened several times in recent years, an instrument
of this class has run afoul the statute and been held
non-negotiable ...


The Problem Of Mental Disorder In Crime, Leon A. Tulin Jan 1932

The Problem Of Mental Disorder In Crime, Leon A. Tulin

Faculty Scholarship Series

One of the consequences of the law's acceptance of the lay notion
that most people are free rational agents is the tacit assumption that except
in clearly recognizable cases of marked dementia, all people are the
same and should be treated alike. No middle zone is recognized. This
approach to the problem of anti-social behavior is, of course, completely
opposed to the present trend of thought. To the criminologist mental
abnormality is an extremely broad concept; and is merely one of the
factors to be considered in determining in individual cases why an offender
offended and what method of ...


Book Review: International Confrences Of American States, Edwin Borchard Jan 1932

Book Review: International Confrences Of American States, Edwin Borchard

Faculty Scholarship Series

Simon Bolivar and Henry Clay a century ago foresaw the necessity for occasional conferences among the states of the American continent for the consideration of common problems. The idea had an abortive beginning in the rump conference of 1826 at Panama, at which the United States delegates arrived after the adjournment of the conference; but it had a fruitful development after its revival by James G. Blaine in the eighties. Since the First International Conference of American States at Washington in 1889, conferences have met in 1902 (Mexico), 1906 (Rio de Janeiro), 1910 (Buenos Aires), 1923 (Santiago), 1928 (Havana), and ...


The Problem Of Anti-Trust Reform, Walton H. Hamilton Jan 1932

The Problem Of Anti-Trust Reform, Walton H. Hamilton

Faculty Scholarship Series

For some inscrutable reason the Creator has equipped man with a mind that cannot quite keep up with the times. The course of unintended events hurries our culture towards its unknown future and man belatedly brings up his intellectual resources. He sees with his mind as well as.with his eyes, and crowds his observation of things new under the sun into customary categories. To him the emerging corporation is a person ; industrial relations concern masters and servants ; the work of the machine is manufacture; capitalism is a mere extension of handicraft. It was decades after the old order had ...


Negotiability Of Corporate Bonds, Roscoe T. Steffen, Henry E. Russell Jan 1932

Negotiability Of Corporate Bonds, Roscoe T. Steffen, Henry E. Russell

Faculty Scholarship Series

There has smoldered for many years a question whether the Negotiable Instruments Law should apply to long term commercial paper-the bonds, debentures, equipment trust certificates and other instruments invented by an ingenious financial community. Not that any one doubts that such paper should be negotiable, for there has been no criticism of the decisions so holding, nor has there been much concern whether negotiability was reached under the Act or by common law recognition of custom. But when, as has happened several times in recent years, an instrument of this class has run afoul the statute and been held non-negotiable ...


Municipal Corporations-Public Utilities-Public Service Commission Jan 1932

Municipal Corporations-Public Utilities-Public Service Commission

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Lawyer Tells The Truth, By Morris Gisnet, Daniel James Jan 1932

A Lawyer Tells The Truth, By Morris Gisnet, Daniel James

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Legal Directory Jan 1932

Legal Directory

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Periodical Material Jan 1932

Periodical Material

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Learning In The Law And Admission To Practice, Thomas J. Hurley Jan 1932

Learning In The Law And Admission To Practice, Thomas J. Hurley

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Learning In The Law And Admission To Practice-A Reply, Bernard C. Gavit Jan 1932

Learning In The Law And Admission To Practice-A Reply, Bernard C. Gavit

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Summaries Of Tentative Committee Reports, George O. Dix, Walter R. Arnold, Glenn D. Peters, Alfred Evens, Benjamin F. Long, James J. Robinson Jan 1932

Summaries Of Tentative Committee Reports, George O. Dix, Walter R. Arnold, Glenn D. Peters, Alfred Evens, Benjamin F. Long, James J. Robinson

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Announcements, Frank N. Richman, Geneieve Brown Jan 1932

Announcements, Frank N. Richman, Geneieve Brown

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.