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Narf North: Alaska Office Opens, Charles F. Wilkinson Jan 1984

Narf North: Alaska Office Opens, Charles F. Wilkinson

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Legislative Formality, Administrative Rationality, Harold H. Bruff Jan 1984

Legislative Formality, Administrative Rationality, Harold H. Bruff

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The Forest Service: A Call For A Return To First Principles, Charles F. Wilkinson Jan 1984

The Forest Service: A Call For A Return To First Principles, Charles F. Wilkinson

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Controlling The Structural Injunction, Robert F. Nagel Jan 1984

Controlling The Structural Injunction, Robert F. Nagel

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Financial Institution Interlocks After The Bankamerica Case, Arthur H. Travers, Jr. Jan 1984

Financial Institution Interlocks After The Bankamerica Case, Arthur H. Travers, Jr.

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Attorney-Client Conflicts Of Interest And The Concept Of Non-Negotiable Fee Awards Under 42 U.S.C. § 1988, Emily M. Calhoun Jan 1984

Attorney-Client Conflicts Of Interest And The Concept Of Non-Negotiable Fee Awards Under 42 U.S.C. § 1988, Emily M. Calhoun

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Discrimination Bans Demonstrate Approaching Maturity Of Employment Law, Theodore J. St. Antoine Jan 1984

Discrimination Bans Demonstrate Approaching Maturity Of Employment Law, Theodore J. St. Antoine

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The pervasive message of this symposium sponsored by the Labor Relations Law Section, whether or not intended by the individual authors, is that American employment law is moving beyond adolescence and may be approaching maturity.


The Bildisco Case And The Congressional Response, James J. White Jan 1984

The Bildisco Case And The Congressional Response, James J. White

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Section 365 of the Bankruptcy Reform Act authorizes one in bankruptcy to "assume or reject any executory contract ...of the debtor." The most frequent use of the section arises when a lessee goes into Chapter 11 and decides either to reject its real estate lease with its lessor or, if the lease is at a favorable rental rate, to assume it and assign it to another. A less frequent but more controversial use of section 365 is to reject one's collective bargaining agreement with his employees.


Efficiency Justifications For Personal Property Security, James J. White Jan 1984

Efficiency Justifications For Personal Property Security, James J. White

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In February of 1983 Pan American World Airways issued 100 million dollars of convertible secured notes. As security for these notes it put up three Boeing 747 SP aircraft, two 747-100 aircraft, and one McDonnell Douglas DC10-30. The appraised value of these aircraft was 157 million dollars. To the extent possible under the law, Pan American made these aircraft subject to the claims of the owners of the new notes. On default, the note holders would have the first claim on these aircraft, would have the right to repossess them outside of bankruptcy, and would have the right to the ...


Timing As Jurisdiction: Federal Civil Appeals In Context, Edward H. Cooper Jan 1984

Timing As Jurisdiction: Federal Civil Appeals In Context, Edward H. Cooper

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The purpose of these few pages is to show that the calculus of appeal timing is inherently complex. If we are to continue the effort to capture the calculus in rules, the rules will be correspondingly complex. The complex rules will have some virtues; nonetheless, the rules also are likely to generate misunderstanding and may tend to produce undesirable results. It is very tempting to replace the rules with a flexible system that relies largely on discretion to determine the occasions for appeal before a truly final judgment. Whether a flexible system has now become appropriate depends on the same ...


Legal Barriers To Worker Participation In Management Decision Making, Theodore J. St. Antoine Jan 1984

Legal Barriers To Worker Participation In Management Decision Making, Theodore J. St. Antoine

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Collective bargaining lies at the heart of the union-management relationship. It is the end and purpose of the whole effort to protect employees against reprisals when they form an organization to represent them in dealing with their employers. Collective bargaining is grounded in the belief that industrial strife will be checked, and the workers' lot bettered, if workers are given an effective voice in determining the conditions of their employment. My thesis is that federal law, even while placing the force of government behind collective bargaining, has so artificially confined its scope that the process has been seriously impeded from ...