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The Idea Of Democracy In The Early Republic, Keith Whittington Feb 2014

The Idea Of Democracy In The Early Republic, Keith Whittington

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Taxation And Incentives In The Business Enterprise, David Gamage, Shruti Rana Jan 2014

Taxation And Incentives In The Business Enterprise, David Gamage, Shruti Rana

Faculty Scholarship

This book chapter discusses the tax perspective on business enterprise law with a comparative focus on the U.S. and Japan.


Baltimore's Piratical Patriot Privateers: The Arrogante Barcelones, 20 U.S. 496 (1822), Shannon Byrne Jan 2014

Baltimore's Piratical Patriot Privateers: The Arrogante Barcelones, 20 U.S. 496 (1822), Shannon Byrne

Legal History Publications

The case of The Arrogante Barcelones involved a complicated story of facts, due in part to the cunningness of one of the main players, Joseph Almeida. Almeida’s maneuvers make sense when viewed through the lens of nineteenth century Baltimore, the War of 1812, and U.S. citizens’ involvement in South American privateering. At first glance, this case seems to hinge on issues regarding the validity of Almeida’s commission, the authority of the condemnation, and the sufficiency of the documentation produced to prove it. However, the United States Supreme Court ultimately avoids untangling those maritime issues and instead bases ...


Stewart V. Mcintosh, 4 H. & J. 233 (1816), Rhett Donnelly Jan 2012

Stewart V. Mcintosh, 4 H. & J. 233 (1816), Rhett Donnelly

Student Articles and Papers

Stewart v. M’Intosh was argued during the time period of the Jay Treaty, the Quasi-War, the Haitian Revolution, and the War of 1812. The facts begin at the end of the 18th century and extend into the early 19th century. The arguments and ruling were based on trade restrictions between United States citizens and territories under French control. The plaintiffs focused their arguments on the specific language of the Congressional acts, which outlawed trade with French territories but did not directly mention the regions at issue, while the defendants looked at the implications of the acts and ...


Taiwan Communiqué And Separation Of Powers, Hungdah Chiu Sep 1982

Taiwan Communiqué And Separation Of Powers, Hungdah Chiu

Congressional Testimony

Hearings Before the United States Senate, Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Separation of Powers. 97th Congress, 2nd Session (September, 1982).


Normalization Of Relations With The People’S Republic Of China: Practical Implications, Hungdah Chiu Sep 1977

Normalization Of Relations With The People’S Republic Of China: Practical Implications, Hungdah Chiu

Congressional Testimony

Hearings Before the United States House of Representatives, Committee on International Relations, Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs. 95th Congress, 1st Session (September/October, 1977).