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United States

Faculty Scholarship

1998

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State Taxation And The Dormant Commerce Clause: The Object-Measure Approach, Jesse H. Choper, Tung Yin Jan 1998

State Taxation And The Dormant Commerce Clause: The Object-Measure Approach, Jesse H. Choper, Tung Yin

Faculty Scholarship

Develops a workable approach for the application of judicial reviews under the Dormant Commerce Clause in the United States. History of the Supreme Court's review of state taxation that affects interstate commerce; Analysis on the problems of Complete Auto test; Application of the object-measure approach without radical modification of Supreme Court doctrine.


Waiting Room Of Their Own: The Family Care Network As A Model For Providing Gender-Specific Legal Services To Women With Hiv, A, Jeffrey Selbin, Mark Del Monte Jan 1998

Waiting Room Of Their Own: The Family Care Network As A Model For Providing Gender-Specific Legal Services To Women With Hiv, A, Jeffrey Selbin, Mark Del Monte

Faculty Scholarship

The article reflects on the substantial needs for services, including legal services, for Human Immunodeficiency Virus infected women. The numerous and varied gender-specific barriers that prevent HIV infected women from accessing legal services is discussed. The article also discusses about the Berkeley Community Law Center's HIV/AIDS Law Project the Family Care Network for serving low-income women with HIV (Copyright applies to all Abstracts.)


How To Have A Culture War, Kathryn Abrams Jan 1998

How To Have A Culture War, Kathryn Abrams

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No abstract provided.


Turning Servile Opportunities To Gold: A Strategic Analysis Of The Corporate Opportunities Doctrine, Eric Talley Jan 1998

Turning Servile Opportunities To Gold: A Strategic Analysis Of The Corporate Opportunities Doctrine, Eric Talley

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No abstract provided.


Lawyers In Congress, John C. Yoo Jan 1998

Lawyers In Congress, John C. Yoo

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No abstract provided.


Careers And Contingency, Gillian Lester Jan 1998

Careers And Contingency, Gillian Lester

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No abstract provided.


The New Etiquette Of Federalism: New York, Printz And Yeskey, Matthew D. Adler, Seth F. Kreimer Jan 1998

The New Etiquette Of Federalism: New York, Printz And Yeskey, Matthew D. Adler, Seth F. Kreimer

Faculty Scholarship

In New York v. United States, 505 U.S. 144 (1992), the Court revived "state sovereignty" as a justiciable constitutional constraint on federal mandates, and struck down portions of the Low-Level Radioactive Waste Policy Amendments Act on the grounds that the statute impermissibly "commandeered" state governments. Printz v. United States, 117 S.Ct. 2365 (1997), confirmed the anti-commandeering principle and relied upon it to invalidate elements of another federal statute, the Brady Act. This Article analyzes and criticizes the anti-commandeering jurisprudence, as it has emerged in New York, Printz, and a case decided by the Court last Term, Pennsylvania Department ...