Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Law Commons

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Selected Works

2001

Discipline
Keyword
Publication
File Type

Articles 1 - 30 of 410

Full-Text Articles in Law

Imcremental Commitment And Reciprocity In A Real Time Public Goods Game, Bart Wilson, Robert Kurzban, Keving Mccabe, Vernon Smith Aug 2014

Imcremental Commitment And Reciprocity In A Real Time Public Goods Game, Bart Wilson, Robert Kurzban, Keving Mccabe, Vernon Smith

Bart J Wilson

No abstract provided.


Turning Off The Lights, Bart Wilson, Stephen Rassenti, Vernon Smith Aug 2014

Turning Off The Lights, Bart Wilson, Stephen Rassenti, Vernon Smith

Bart J Wilson

No abstract provided.


The Federal Law Of Attorney Conduct, Daniel Coquillette, Judith Mcmorrow Oct 2011

The Federal Law Of Attorney Conduct, Daniel Coquillette, Judith Mcmorrow

Judith A. McMorrow

No abstract provided.


Texas Family Law: Direct And Cross-Examination, Sydney Beckman, Heather King, Bruce Beverly Nov 2009

Texas Family Law: Direct And Cross-Examination, Sydney Beckman, Heather King, Bruce Beverly

Bruce L. Beverly

No abstract provided.


Feature Article: Terror Som Påskud For Lovstramninger, Ida Elisabeth Koch, Kim Ulrich Kjaer Dec 2001

Feature Article: Terror Som Påskud For Lovstramninger, Ida Elisabeth Koch, Kim Ulrich Kjaer

Ida Elisabeth Koch

No abstract provided.


Editorial, Succession Question Requires Amendment, Randy Lee Dec 2001

Editorial, Succession Question Requires Amendment, Randy Lee

Randy Lee

No abstract provided.


Jual Obat Bius Di Magelang 082313333253 Alamat Apotik Jual Obat Bius/Tidur Magelang, Toko Afeng Obat Kuat Bogor Dec 2001

Jual Obat Bius Di Magelang 082313333253 Alamat Apotik Jual Obat Bius/Tidur Magelang, Toko Afeng Obat Kuat Bogor

toko afeng obat kuat bogor

Jual Obat Bius Di Magelang,Obat Bius Di Daerah Magelang,KLINIK Jual Obat Bius Di Magelang,Apotik Jual Obat Bius Di Magelang,Toko Jual Obat Bius Di Magelang,Alamat Jual Obat Bius Magelang,Pusat Jual Obat Bius Di Magelang,Obat Bius Manjur Di Magelang,Harga Obat Bius Di Magelang,Obat Bius Murah Di Magelang,Obat Bius Pingsan Di Magelang ,Obat Bius Wanita Paling Ampuh Di Magelang,


Selamat Datang Di Layanan Jual Obat Bius Online Shop :
Sudah Tidak Asing Lagi Di Dunia Maya Yang Banyak Sekali Situs Jual Obat Bius Di Magelang Sehingga Pembeli Sering Bertanya Tanya Dan Meragukan APAKAH INI ...


Baker V. State And The Promise Of The New Judicial Federalism, Charles Baron, Lawrence Friedman Nov 2001

Baker V. State And The Promise Of The New Judicial Federalism, Charles Baron, Lawrence Friedman

Charles H. Baron

In Baker v. State, the Supreme Court of Vermont ruled that the state constitution’s Common Benefits Clause prohibits the exclusion of same-sex couples from the benefits and protections of marriage. Baker has been praised by constitutional scholars as a prototypical example of the New Judicial Federalism. The authors agree, asserting that the decision sets a standard for constitutional discourse by dint of the manner in which each of the opinions connects and responds to the others, pulls together arguments from other state and federal constitutional authorities, and provides a clear basis for subsequent development of constitutional principle. This Article ...


Imcremental Commitment And Reciprocity In A Real Time Public Goods Game, Bart Wilson, Robert Kurzban, Keving Mccabe, Vernon Smith Nov 2001

Imcremental Commitment And Reciprocity In A Real Time Public Goods Game, Bart Wilson, Robert Kurzban, Keving Mccabe, Vernon Smith

Bart J. Wilson

No abstract provided.


The President's Column, Jane Kent Gionfriddo Nov 2001

The President's Column, Jane Kent Gionfriddo

Jane Kent Gionfriddo

No abstract provided.


Diversity Issues In Gilbert, Arizona: Effectiveness Of Human Relations Commission For Resolving Human Rights Violations, Penny L. Willrich, Pamela M. Smith Nov 2001

Diversity Issues In Gilbert, Arizona: Effectiveness Of Human Relations Commission For Resolving Human Rights Violations, Penny L. Willrich, Pamela M. Smith

Penny Willrich

In response to unwelcome, unattractive media attention and citizen political pressure, Mayor Cynthia Dunham of Gilbert, Arizona appointed 36 citizens to the Diversity Task Force in September 2000. Its purpose was to make recommendations to the town Council on issues of diversity. The town had been plagued for a number of years with incidents of violence, white supremacist gang intimidations and various other acts of discrimination. The stigma of a prejudiced community led to a negative perception that many wanted to correct. The Task Force recommended the creation of a human relations commission and identified eight critical social issues facing ...


An Idea Schools Can Use: Lessons From Special Education Legislation, Terry Jean Seligmann Nov 2001

An Idea Schools Can Use: Lessons From Special Education Legislation, Terry Jean Seligmann

Terry Jean Seligmann

A look at the educational, legal and policy critiques of special education legislation within the context of current regular and special education reform proposals; a call for a commitment to an appropriate education for all children.


Once More Into The Bramble Bush: Duty, Causal Contribution, And The Extent Of Legal Responsibility, In Symposium, The John W. Wade Conference On The Third Restatement Of Torts, Richard W. Wright Nov 2001

Once More Into The Bramble Bush: Duty, Causal Contribution, And The Extent Of Legal Responsibility, In Symposium, The John W. Wade Conference On The Third Restatement Of Torts, Richard W. Wright

Richard W. Wright

Courts, lawyers, law students, and academics continue to confuse the empirical issue of causal contribution with the distinct normative issues of tortious conduct and legal injury, which precede and frame the causal-contribution inquiry, and the normative issue of the extent of legal responsibility for tortiously caused consequences, which follows the causal-contribution inquiry. In a number of prior articles, I have tried to distinguish and clarify these various issues, which arise not only in tort law, but also in much the same form in criminal law and many other areas of the law. I have focused primarily on distinguishing and clarifying ...


Defending The Damned: The Trial Representation Of Timothy Mcveigh, Randall Coyne Nov 2001

Defending The Damned: The Trial Representation Of Timothy Mcveigh, Randall Coyne

Randall Coyne

No abstract provided.


Death Penalty And Terrorism Debate, Randall Coyne Nov 2001

Death Penalty And Terrorism Debate, Randall Coyne

Randall Coyne

No abstract provided.


The Mcveigh Defense Team, Randall Coyne Nov 2001

The Mcveigh Defense Team, Randall Coyne

Randall Coyne

No abstract provided.


Taking On Goliath, Anne Bloom Nov 2001

Taking On Goliath, Anne Bloom

Anne Bloom

No abstract provided.


Closet Case: Boy Scouts Of America V. Dale And The Reinforcement Of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, And Transgender Invisibility, Darren Hutchinson Oct 2001

Closet Case: Boy Scouts Of America V. Dale And The Reinforcement Of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, And Transgender Invisibility, Darren Hutchinson

Darren L Hutchinson

This Article argues that the Supreme Court's decision in Boy Scouts of America v. Dale misapplies and ignores controlling First Amendment precedent and incorrectly defines "sexual identity" as a clinical or biological imposition that exists apart from expression or speech. This article provides a doctrinal alternative to Dale that would protect vital interests in both equality and liberty and that would not condition, as does Dale, sexual "equality" upon the silencing of gay lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals.


The Effect Of State Court Litigation In Bankruptcy, J. Leonard Oct 2001

The Effect Of State Court Litigation In Bankruptcy, J. Leonard

J. Rich Leonard

No abstract provided.


Ultra Vires Lives! A Stakeholder Analysis Of Corporate Illegality (With Notes On How Corporate Law Could Reinforce International Law Norms), Kent Greenfield Oct 2001

Ultra Vires Lives! A Stakeholder Analysis Of Corporate Illegality (With Notes On How Corporate Law Could Reinforce International Law Norms), Kent Greenfield

Kent Greenfield

This paper argues that a remaining vestige of the ultra vires doctrine sets off illegal activities as "beyond the power" of corporations. Though largely unnoticed and unexamined until now, this part of the doctrine has been retained because none of the important corporate stakeholders has an interest in authorizing the corporation and its managers to commit illegal acts. From an ex ante perspective, the principal stakeholders in the corporate contract would want the corporation and its management to forego illegalities as a way to increase the value of the firm. Any of the stakeholders would be a potential victim of ...


Contrato De Distribución Comercial: La Cuestión Indemnizatoria Por Ruptura Intempestiva, Carlos Molina Sandoval Oct 2001

Contrato De Distribución Comercial: La Cuestión Indemnizatoria Por Ruptura Intempestiva, Carlos Molina Sandoval

Carlos Molina Sandoval

En el presente se analiza un precedente de la Cámara Nacional de Comercio sobre ruptura intempestiva del contrato de distribución comercial. En el marco de esta modalidad contractual, José Morandeira S.A. demandó a Nobleza Piccardo S.A. por los daños y perjuicios que la rescisión (unilateral, injustificada e intempestiva) del contrato de distribución de cigarrillos que los vinculaba le causó.


''Of'' With Their Heads: Concision, Gerald Lebovits Oct 2001

''Of'' With Their Heads: Concision, Gerald Lebovits

Hon. Gerald Lebovits

No abstract provided.


La Bioética En Las Constituciones Del Mundo (Máxima Protección Al Ser Humano Que Deberá Ofrecer La Constitución Política Del Perú, Enrique Varsi Oct 2001

La Bioética En Las Constituciones Del Mundo (Máxima Protección Al Ser Humano Que Deberá Ofrecer La Constitución Política Del Perú, Enrique Varsi

Enrique Varsi Rospigliosi

No abstract provided.


The Death Penalty As A Policy In Oklahoma And The Nation, Randall Coyne Oct 2001

The Death Penalty As A Policy In Oklahoma And The Nation, Randall Coyne

Randall Coyne

No abstract provided.


International Parallel Litigation, James George Oct 2001

International Parallel Litigation, James George

James P. George

No abstract provided.


Can Health Systems Heal Themselves?, Robert Field Sep 2001

Can Health Systems Heal Themselves?, Robert Field

Robert I. Field

No abstract provided.


Universal Mother : Transnational Migration And The Human Rights Of Black Women In The Americas, Hope Lewis Sep 2001

Universal Mother : Transnational Migration And The Human Rights Of Black Women In The Americas, Hope Lewis

Hope Lewis

Community-based or personal forms of identity, as well as some externally imposed gender, race, and cultural stereotypes operate simultaneously to influence global markets. This Article explores the human rights implications of the stories surrounding a female migrant household worker as they exemplify how perceptions about identity can shape legal responses and how legal frameworks can shape perceptions of identity. The identities associated with the migrant household worker seemed to constitute a uniquely complex illustration of the intersection of race, gender, ethnicity, class, immigration status, nationality, and disability. However, the stories establish that all identities can be equally complex. This Article ...


Major-League-Baseball-Streik 1994-1995, Thomas Kohler Sep 2001

Major-League-Baseball-Streik 1994-1995, Thomas Kohler

Thomas C. Kohler

No abstract provided.


Use Of Electronic Documents In Us Courts: A Personal View, J. Leonard Sep 2001

Use Of Electronic Documents In Us Courts: A Personal View, J. Leonard

J. Rich Leonard

No abstract provided.


Not A Spike Lee Joint? Issues In The Authorship Of Motion Pictures Under U.S. Copyright Law, Jay Dougherty Sep 2001

Not A Spike Lee Joint? Issues In The Authorship Of Motion Pictures Under U.S. Copyright Law, Jay Dougherty

Jay Dougherty

Motion pictures are highly collaborative works. This article reviews fundamental concepts of authorship and joint authorship under copyright law, discusses the numerous creative contributions made to a motion picture, and analyzes what exactly should be protectable authorship in the motion picture context, including with respect to actors' performances. It also briefly considers international law of film authorship, and recommends a legal approach to problems of authorship in motion pictures.