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A Modern Proposal For State Regulation Of Consumptive Uses Of Water, Richard C. Ausness, Frank E. Maloney Feb 1971

A Modern Proposal For State Regulation Of Consumptive Uses Of Water, Richard C. Ausness, Frank E. Maloney

Law Faculty Scholarly Articles

As a nation, the United States is in the early stages of a developing water crisis. With an exploding population accompanied by great technological advances in industry and agriculture, America is using progressively more water each day; the increasing use threatens to exceed available supplies in the future unless available resources are properly managed.

As the demand for water grows, problems related to the equitable allocation of this important resource will likewise increase. The need that presently exists for an integrated and balanced approach to the problems of water consumption, pollution, navigation and recreation will become even more acute in ...


Public Participation In The Enforcement Of The Antitrust Laws, Richard M. Buxbaum Jan 1971

Public Participation In The Enforcement Of The Antitrust Laws, Richard M. Buxbaum

Faculty Scholarship

Explores specific enforcement mechanisms as they affect the implementation of antitrust policies in the U.S. Doctrinal development and its theoretical and political support; Social values and antitrust policy; Participation in the agency process; Public participation in judicial review of agency decisions.


Resolution 1970-19-21 Commercial Fishing By Foreign Fishing Fleets In The Coastal Waters Of The United States, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies Sep 1970

Resolution 1970-19-21 Commercial Fishing By Foreign Fishing Fleets In The Coastal Waters Of The United States, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies

Resolutions

No abstract provided.


Access To The Corporate Proxy Machinery, Melvin Aron Eisenberg May 1970

Access To The Corporate Proxy Machinery, Melvin Aron Eisenberg

Faculty Scholarship

Analyzes the direct authorities and general principles of corporate law concerning access to corporate proxy machinery in the U.S. Procedure for proxy solicitation; Discussion on access to the corporate proxy machinery in connection with the election of directors; Management access to the corporate proxy machinery with matters other than election to office.


Water Quality Control: A Modern Approach To State Regulation, Richard C. Ausness, Frank E. Maloney Jan 1970

Water Quality Control: A Modern Approach To State Regulation, Richard C. Ausness, Frank E. Maloney

Law Faculty Scholarly Articles

The American public of late has shown increasing concern over the quality of the environment. Water pollution has long been recognized as a major threat to a better environment. Municipal, industrial, and agricultural operations all contribute to the pollution problem. Municipalities empty millions of gallons of inadequately-treated sewage into the nation's rivers and streams. Municipal wastes are almost exclusively organic in nature. Currently municipal wastes are estimated to average about ten million tons annually while industrial pollution averages approximately fifteen million tons. Treatment in general is technologically feasible; the primary impediment is financial inability on the part of municipalities ...


The Legal Roles Of Shareholders And Management In Modern Corporate Decisionmaking, Melvin Aron Eisenberg Jan 1969

The Legal Roles Of Shareholders And Management In Modern Corporate Decisionmaking, Melvin Aron Eisenberg

Faculty Scholarship

Discusses the legal roles of shareholders and management in modern corporate decisionmaking in California. Managerial conflicts of interest; Statutory models of decisionmaking; Voting and appraisal rights in corporate combinations and divisions.


The Establishment Clause And Aid To Parochial Schools, Jesse H. Choper Jan 1968

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

Faculty Scholarship

Examines the establishment clause governing state aid to parochial schools in the United States. Proposed rule under the establishment clause for testing the constitutionality of aid to parochial schools; Analysis of the general rationale for the broad scope of the establishment clause.


Architectural Cost Predictions: A Legal And Institutional Analysis, Justin Sweet, Lesly Sweet Jan 1968

Architectural Cost Predictions: A Legal And Institutional Analysis, Justin Sweet, Lesly Sweet

Faculty Scholarship

Examines the legal aspects of the problem in architect-client relationships in which the construction bids substantially exceed anticipated costs. Ways in which cost problems develop; Promises and conditions; Agreement on costs; Issue of interpretation; Condition excused; Measure of recovery; Judicial attitude toward forms.


A Dissent From The Miranda Dissents: Some Comments On The 'New' Fifth Amendment And The Old 'Voluntariness' Test, Yale Kamisar Jan 1966

A Dissent From The Miranda Dissents: Some Comments On The 'New' Fifth Amendment And The Old 'Voluntariness' Test, Yale Kamisar

Articles

F the several conferences and workshops (and many lunch conversations) on police interrogation and confessions in which I have participated this past summer3 are any indication, Miranda v. Arizona' has evoked much anger and spread much sorrow among judges, lawyers and professors. In the months and years ahead, such reaction is likely to be translated into microscopic analyses and relentless, probing criticism of the majority opinion. During this period of agonizing appraisal and reappraisal, I think it important that various assumptions and assertions in the dissenting opinions do not escape attention.


Conflict Of Laws: Foreign Law As Datum, Herma Hill Kay Jan 1965

Conflict Of Laws: Foreign Law As Datum, Herma Hill Kay

Faculty Scholarship

Examines the contributions of California Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger Traynor to the field of conflict of laws. Review of the case of the 'Estate of Perkins'; Case of 'Bernkrant v. Fowler'; View that Traynor's approach to a conflicts problem cannot be equalled by other judges.


Resolution 1964-13-20 Commendation Of U.S. Dept. Of Health, Education And Welfare Pollution Control Efforts, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies Sep 1964

Resolution 1964-13-20 Commendation Of U.S. Dept. Of Health, Education And Welfare Pollution Control Efforts, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies

Resolutions

No abstract provided.


English Registered Conveyancing: A Study In Effective Land Transfer, Ted J. Fiflis Jan 1964

English Registered Conveyancing: A Study In Effective Land Transfer, Ted J. Fiflis

Articles

No abstract provided.


Problems Of Federalism In Reclamation Law, Joseph L. Sax Jan 1964

Problems Of Federalism In Reclamation Law, Joseph L. Sax

Faculty Scholarship

THE PROBLEMS RAISED HERE CENTER ON SECTION 8 OF RECLAMATION ACT OF 1902. THIS SECTION DELINEATES THE RIGHTS RESERVED TO THE STATES WHERE A FEDERAL RECLAMATION PROGRAM IS IN FORCE. SECTION 8 WAS ORIGINALLY INTERPRETED TO PLACE STATE LAW ABOVE FEDERAL LAW WHENEVER A CONFLICT OCCURRED. RECENT CASES INDICATE BY DICTA THAT THE SECTION NOW SHOULD BE READ SO AS TO GIVE STATE LAW PRIORITY ONLY IN SITUATIONS CONCERNING COMPENSATION FOR THE LOSS OF PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS. BRIEF ATTENTION IS PAID TO VARIOUS LEGISLATION SUCH AS THE BOULDER CANYON PROJECT ACT, THE WARREN ACT, THE RECLAMATION EXTENSION ACT, AND THE ...


Extensions Of Time And Conditions Of Notice: California's Needless Restriction Of Contractual Freedom, Justin Sweet Jan 1963

Extensions Of Time And Conditions Of Notice: California's Needless Restriction Of Contractual Freedom, Justin Sweet

Faculty Scholarship

Examines the impact of the decision of the California Supreme Court in the case Kiewit versus Pasadena School District on the administration of California construction contracts. Features of the construction contract under the case; Effects on notice conditions in building contracts; Provision applied by the court in the case to invalidate the right of a contractor to claim an extension of time for delays beyond his control.


Resolution 1961-06-13 Excess Personal Property Of The United States, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies Sep 1961

Resolution 1961-06-13 Excess Personal Property Of The United States, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies

Resolutions

No abstract provided.


Promissory Fraud And The Parol Evidence Rule, Justin Sweet Jan 1961

Promissory Fraud And The Parol Evidence Rule, Justin Sweet

Faculty Scholarship

Analyzes the California law regarding cases where parol evidence rule and claims of promissory fraud are in conflict. Details of the case Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association versus Pendergrass; Uses of the evidence of fraud; Issues on the admissibility of the evidence of promissory fraud.


Resolution 1960-03-18 U.S. Surplus Personal Property, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies Sep 1960

Resolution 1960-03-18 U.S. Surplus Personal Property, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies

Resolutions

No abstract provided.


International Judicial Assistance And Utah Practice, Gordon A. Christenson Jan 1960

International Judicial Assistance And Utah Practice, Gordon A. Christenson

Faculty Articles and Other Publications

This article will undertake to consider the present framework of Utah procedural law in relation to international judicial assistance. It will endeavor to suggest methods of handling problems of personal service, evidence, and proof of foreign law and will seek to point out some dangers along the way.


Resolution 1958-15-20 Surplus Equipment, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies Sep 1958

Resolution 1958-15-20 Surplus Equipment, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies

Resolutions

No abstract provided.


George W. Norris's Persuasion In The Campaign For The Unicameral Legislature, Phillip K. Tompkins Jul 1957

George W. Norris's Persuasion In The Campaign For The Unicameral Legislature, Phillip K. Tompkins

Public Access Theses and Dissertations from the College of Education and Human Sciences

The people of forty-seven states in this country are governed by bicameral or two-house legislatures. The people of the forty-eighth, Nebraskans, are governed by a unicameral or one-house legislature.

On November 6, 1934, the people of Nebraska provided by amendment to their state constitution, a one-house legislature to be composed of between thirty and fifty members to be elected on a non-partisan ballot. The number of solons was later set at forty-three, and 1957 marked the twentieth anniversary of the first unicameral session in Nebraska.

Senator George W. Norris is generally regarded by all as the father of the unicameral ...


Resolution 1950-05-14 Opposing Sale Of Furs In United States And Canada By The Russian Government, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies Sep 1950

Resolution 1950-05-14 Opposing Sale Of Furs In United States And Canada By The Russian Government, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies

Resolutions

No abstract provided.


Resolution 1948-18-23 Merger Of Regional Associations, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies Sep 1948

Resolution 1948-18-23 Merger Of Regional Associations, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies

Resolutions

No abstract provided.


Book Reviews, Paul W. Bruton Jan 1934

Book Reviews, Paul W. Bruton

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Resolution 1933-08-13 Congressional Committee On Wildlife Resources, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies Sep 1933

Resolution 1933-08-13 Congressional Committee On Wildlife Resources, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies

Resolutions

No abstract provided.


Resolution 1931-04-07 Forest Service Management Of Grazing Privileges In National Forests, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies Sep 1931

Resolution 1931-04-07 Forest Service Management Of Grazing Privileges In National Forests, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies

Resolutions

No abstract provided.


Resolution 1929-03-10 Protection Of The United States Oyster Industry, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies Sep 1929

Resolution 1929-03-10 Protection Of The United States Oyster Industry, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies

Resolutions

No abstract provided.


The Inns Of Court And Certain Conditions In American Legal Education, Charles M. Hepburn Jan 1921

The Inns Of Court And Certain Conditions In American Legal Education, Charles M. Hepburn

Charles Hepburn (1918-1925)

Address delivered, October 11, 1921, before the Bar Association of Howard County, Indiana.


Resolution 1920-04-06 International Management And Cooperation Between The United States And Canada, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies Sep 1920

Resolution 1920-04-06 International Management And Cooperation Between The United States And Canada, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies

Resolutions

No abstract provided.


Resolution 1917-01-05 Loyalty To The United States, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies Aug 1917

Resolution 1917-01-05 Loyalty To The United States, Association Of Fish And Wildlife Agencies

Resolutions

No abstract provided.


The Teaching Of Practice And Procedure In Law Schools, Edson R. Sunderland Jan 1913

The Teaching Of Practice And Procedure In Law Schools, Edson R. Sunderland

Articles

Procedure is merely the means of co-ordinating effort, of harmonizing differences, of offering every one equality of opportunity in offense and defense before the law. Without it there would be confusion, favoritism, and injustice. If the subject were viewed in this fundamental way, and were studied conscientiously as an incident and aid to the development and determination of the merits of controversies, the criticisms now so fiercely directed against it would largely disappear. In its use it is indispensable, in its abuse only does it cause trouble. A professional conscience to curb that abuse, and professional learning and skill to ...