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Integrating Public Land And Local Community Planning Objectives: The Rocky Mountain National Park Experience, Homer L. Rouse Sep 1994

Integrating Public Land And Local Community Planning Objectives: The Rocky Mountain National Park Experience, Homer L. Rouse

Who Governs the Public Lands: Washington? The West? The Community? (September 28-30)

7 pages.


The Role Of Science In The Uruguay Round And Nafta Trade Disciplines, David A. Wirth Jun 1994

The Role Of Science In The Uruguay Round And Nafta Trade Disciplines, David A. Wirth

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

The central theme of this article is the necessity for deference to decision-making processes of national regulatory authorities in the application of these new trade disciplines and the need for trade-based reviews of national regulatory measures to operate within clearly defined limits. Accordingly, this article first examines and summarizes the relevant texts, including the original 1947 GATT, the Uruguay Round, and the NAFTA texts on standards. Next, the article considers the role of science in the standard-setting process with reference to the copious literature on this topic. Finally, the article takes up the difficult question of the application of the ...


Efficient Market Theory: Let The Punishment Fit The Crime* , Louis Lowenstein Jun 1994

Efficient Market Theory: Let The Punishment Fit The Crime* , Louis Lowenstein

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


Reconciling Competition And Cooperation: A New Antitrust Standard For Joint Ventures, Thomas A. Piraino Jr. Mar 1994

Reconciling Competition And Cooperation: A New Antitrust Standard For Joint Ventures, Thomas A. Piraino Jr.

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Continuing Puzzle Of Collective Bargaining Agreements In Bankruptcy, Daniel Keating Feb 1994

The Continuing Puzzle Of Collective Bargaining Agreements In Bankruptcy, Daniel Keating

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


Incommensurability And Valuation In Law, Cass R. Sunstein Feb 1994

Incommensurability And Valuation In Law, Cass R. Sunstein

Michigan Law Review

In this article I explore two claims and discuss their implications for law. The first claim is that human values are plural and diverse. By this I mean that we value things, events, and relationships in ways that are not reducible to some larger and more encompassing value. The second claim is that human goods are not commensurable. By this I mean that such goods are not assessed along a single metric. For reasons to be explored, the two claims, though related, are importantly different.


"An Honest Living": Street Vendors, Municipal Regulation, And The Black Public Sphere, Regina Austin Jan 1994

"An Honest Living": Street Vendors, Municipal Regulation, And The Black Public Sphere, Regina Austin

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


Avoiding Takings “Accidents”: A Torts Perspective On Takings Law, Eric Kades Jan 1994

Avoiding Takings “Accidents”: A Torts Perspective On Takings Law, Eric Kades

Faculty Publications

Viewing the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment as a form of insurance appeals to our intuition. The government, like fire, does not often "take" property, but when faced with extraordinary risk property owners naturally desire compensation. Recent scholarship, however, has dissolved the attractiveness of this perspective. This literature, through economic analysis, claims that the Takings Clause should be repealed and replaced with private takings insurance. This is the "no-compensation" result. This article argues that the insurance-based understanding of the just compensation requirement can be preserved without reaching the surprising no-compensation result. The intuitive appeal of understanding the Takings Clause ...


Alimony And Efficiency: The Gendered Costs And Benefits Of Economic Justification For Alimony, Jana B. Singer Jan 1994

Alimony And Efficiency: The Gendered Costs And Benefits Of Economic Justification For Alimony, Jana B. Singer

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


A Property-Based Theory Of Security Interests: Taking Debtor's Choices Seriously, Steven L. Harris, Charles W. Mooney Jr. Jan 1994

A Property-Based Theory Of Security Interests: Taking Debtor's Choices Seriously, Steven L. Harris, Charles W. Mooney Jr.

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


"A Nation Of Thieves": Securing Black People's Right To Shop And To Sell In White America, Regina Austin Jan 1994

"A Nation Of Thieves": Securing Black People's Right To Shop And To Sell In White America, Regina Austin

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


Back To The Future: The Buyer's Market And The Need For Law Firm Leadership, Creativity And Innovation, F. Leary Davis Jan 1994

Back To The Future: The Buyer's Market And The Need For Law Firm Leadership, Creativity And Innovation, F. Leary Davis

Campbell Law Review

[Examines] how the legal market and legal profession have changed as they have transitioned from a buyer's to a seller's market and back over the last forty years.


Delaware Fiduciary Duty Law After Qvc And Technicolor: A Unified Standard (And The End Of Revlon Duties?), Lawrence A. Cunningham, Charles M. Yablon Jan 1994

Delaware Fiduciary Duty Law After Qvc And Technicolor: A Unified Standard (And The End Of Revlon Duties?), Lawrence A. Cunningham, Charles M. Yablon

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

This Article seeks to analyze and understand Paramount Communications, Inc. v. QVC Network, Inc. and Cede & Co. v. Technicolor, Inc. as part of a movement in Delaware fiduciary law toward a single, more unified standard, away from doctrinal fragmentation. In addition, the Article considers Delaware law leading up to QVC and Technicolor, tracing both the growing fragmentation of Delaware law in the 1980s and the growing judicial concern about fragmentation. This Article will argue that the concern over fragmentation and the desire for a unified standard were not the result of external pressures or policy concerns, but of internal judicial ...