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United States

Faculty Scholarship

1984

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The Responsive Model Of Contract Law, Melvin Aron Eisenberg May 1984

The Responsive Model Of Contract Law, Melvin Aron Eisenberg

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Public Rights And The Rule Of Law In American Legal History, Harry N. Scheiber Jan 1984

Public Rights And The Rule Of Law In American Legal History, Harry N. Scheiber

Faculty Scholarship

Explores how in U.S. legal history the courts have struggled with rule of law issues. Concept of public rights as an element of nineteenth century legal doctrine; Models of historical change in relation to judicial doctrine; Case study examining a century of California law for purposes of illustrating the interplay of public rights doctrine with other doctrines in U.S. legal history.


Compensation For Takings: An Economic Analysis, Lawrence Blume, Daniel L. Rubinfeld Jan 1984

Compensation For Takings: An Economic Analysis, Lawrence Blume, Daniel L. Rubinfeld

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Analyzes the provisions of the fifth amendment of the U.S. Constitution related to the regulatory takings and just compensation for private properties in the 1980s. Decision on the supreme court case Pennsylvania Coal Co. v. Mahon; Regulation of lower courts on regulatory takings; Provisions on compensation as insurance against regulatory takings.


From Coitus To Commerce: Legal And Social Consequences Of Noncoital Reproduction, Joan Heifetz Hollinger Jan 1984

From Coitus To Commerce: Legal And Social Consequences Of Noncoital Reproduction, Joan Heifetz Hollinger

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No abstract provided.