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United States

Faculty Scholarship

1987

Articles 1 - 9 of 9

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The Establishment Clause And Aid To Parochial Schools-An Update, Jesse H. Choper Jan 1987

The Establishment Clause And Aid To Parochial Schools-An Update, Jesse H. Choper

Faculty Scholarship

Focuses on the rulings of the California Supreme Court in the establishment clause and aid to parochial schools in the U.S. Examples of the cases; Information on the three-part test of the court; Assessment on the court's rulings.


Appraisal Of California's No-Fault Divorce Law, An, Herma Hill Kay Jan 1987

Appraisal Of California's No-Fault Divorce Law, An, Herma Hill Kay

Faculty Scholarship

Evaluates the no-fault divorce law of California. Information on the legal regulation of marriage, divorce and family in 1970; Elimination of fault in divorce; Details on the introduction of the theme of legal equality.


Do The Haves Come Out Ahead - Winning And Losing In State Supreme Courts, 1870-1970, Stanton Wheeler, Bliss Cartwright, Robert A. Kagan, Lawrence M. Friedman Jan 1987

Do The Haves Come Out Ahead - Winning And Losing In State Supreme Courts, 1870-1970, Stanton Wheeler, Bliss Cartwright, Robert A. Kagan, Lawrence M. Friedman

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Breaking The Ice: The Canadian-American Dispute Over The Arctic's Northwest Passage, Nicholas C. Howson Jan 1987

Breaking The Ice: The Canadian-American Dispute Over The Arctic's Northwest Passage, Nicholas C. Howson

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Antitrust And The New State Action Doctrine: A Return To Deferential Economic Federalism, Thomas M. Jorde Jan 1987

Antitrust And The New State Action Doctrine: A Return To Deferential Economic Federalism, Thomas M. Jorde

Faculty Scholarship

Explores the evolution of the state action doctrine of California. Information on the original state action doctrine; Transition in the state action doctrine; Details on the deferential economic federalism.


The Threatened Constitutionalization Of The Internal Affairs Doctrine In Corporation Law, Richard M. Buxbaum Jan 1987

The Threatened Constitutionalization Of The Internal Affairs Doctrine In Corporation Law, Richard M. Buxbaum

Faculty Scholarship

Deals with the threatened constitutionalization of the internal affairs doctrine in corporate law in California. Significance of the Edgar versus MITE Corp. case; Court's ruling on the second-generation state takeover statutes; Assessment on the court's rulings.


State Law And Industrial Policy In American Development, 1790-1987, Harry N. Scheiber Jan 1987

State Law And Industrial Policy In American Development, 1790-1987, Harry N. Scheiber

Faculty Scholarship

Explores state law and industrial policy in the U.S. economic development during 1790 and 1987. Diffusion of power and its impact on economic policy; Information on the modern constitutional order; Problematic areas of law and policy.


Abolishing The Hearsay Rule, Eleanor Swift Jan 1987

Abolishing The Hearsay Rule, Eleanor Swift

Faculty Scholarship

Discusses the potential consequences of abolishing the hearsay rule. Information on the paradigm Abstract Declarant; Details on the paradigm of Risky Declarants; Description of the paradigm Burden-Shifting Declarant.


Basics Of Business Reorganization In Bankruptcy, Steven L. Schwarcz Jan 1987

Basics Of Business Reorganization In Bankruptcy, Steven L. Schwarcz

Faculty Scholarship

In this article, Steven Schwarcz offers an overview of Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In addition to beginning a Chapter 11 case, he also discusses administration of these cases and the plan of reorganization that a debtor must consider.