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Religious Liberty And Fair Housing: Must A Landlord Rent Against His Conscience, 29 J. Marshall L. Rev. 455 (1996), James C. Geoly, Kevin R. Gustafson Jan 1996

Religious Liberty And Fair Housing: Must A Landlord Rent Against His Conscience, 29 J. Marshall L. Rev. 455 (1996), James C. Geoly, Kevin R. Gustafson

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Curtailing Civil Rico's Long Reach: Establishing New Boundaries For Venue And Personal Jurisdiction Under 18 U.S.C. 1965, 75 Neb. L. Rev. 476 (1996), Darby Dickerson Jan 1996

Curtailing Civil Rico's Long Reach: Establishing New Boundaries For Venue And Personal Jurisdiction Under 18 U.S.C. 1965, 75 Neb. L. Rev. 476 (1996), Darby Dickerson

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An Un-Uniform System Of Citation: Surviving With The New Bluebook, 26 Stetson L. Rev. 53 (1996), Darby Dickerson Jan 1996

An Un-Uniform System Of Citation: Surviving With The New Bluebook, 26 Stetson L. Rev. 53 (1996), Darby Dickerson

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Navigating The Dark Morass: A First-Year Student's Guide To The Library, 19 Campbell L. Rev. 115 (1996), Maureen Straub Kordesh Jan 1996

Navigating The Dark Morass: A First-Year Student's Guide To The Library, 19 Campbell L. Rev. 115 (1996), Maureen Straub Kordesh

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Securing Russia's Future: A Plea For Reform In Russian Secured Transactions Law, 95 Mich. L. Rev. 255 (1996), Jason Kilborn Jan 1996

Securing Russia's Future: A Plea For Reform In Russian Secured Transactions Law, 95 Mich. L. Rev. 255 (1996), Jason Kilborn

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Anti-Preference In Employment Law: A Preliminary Analysis, 18 Chicano-Latino L. Rev. 59 (1996), Allen R. Kamp Jan 1996

Anti-Preference In Employment Law: A Preliminary Analysis, 18 Chicano-Latino L. Rev. 59 (1996), Allen R. Kamp

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Guests In Another's House: An Analysis Of Racially Disparate Bar Performance, 23 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 721 (1996), Cecil J. Hunt Ii Jan 1996

Guests In Another's House: An Analysis Of Racially Disparate Bar Performance, 23 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 721 (1996), Cecil J. Hunt Ii

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Discretionary Adjudicatory Rulemaking: Due Process Of Lawmaking And Immigration Law, 11 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 83 (1996), Michael G. Heyman Jan 1996

Discretionary Adjudicatory Rulemaking: Due Process Of Lawmaking And Immigration Law, 11 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 83 (1996), Michael G. Heyman

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“You've Got To Be Carefully Taught”: Justifying Affirmative Action After Croson And Adarand, 74 N.C. L. Rev. 1141 (1996), Donald L. Beschle Jan 1996

“You've Got To Be Carefully Taught”: Justifying Affirmative Action After Croson And Adarand, 74 N.C. L. Rev. 1141 (1996), Donald L. Beschle

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In this Article Professor Beschle assesses the continuing legitimacy of affirmative action as a governmental response to racial discrimination. The author begins with a historical review of Supreme Court decisions in which the Court has determined the circumstances under which affirmative action programs are permissible. Next, Professor Beschle surveys the views of contemporary social scientists who contend that racial bias is an instinctive human characteristic, rather than simply a learned attitude. Finally, the author considers the implications of the work of these theorists for the future of affirmative action. Professor Beschle concludes that the ongoing need for governmental action to ...


“I Will Build My House With Sticks”: The Splintering Of Property Interests Under The Fifth Amendment May Be Hazardous To Private Property, 20 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 397 (1996), Maureen Straub Kordesh Jan 1996

“I Will Build My House With Sticks”: The Splintering Of Property Interests Under The Fifth Amendment May Be Hazardous To Private Property, 20 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 397 (1996), Maureen Straub Kordesh

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Instructing Illinois Juries On The Definition Of “Reasonable Doubt”: The Need For Reform, 27 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 921 (1996), Timothy P. O'Neill Jan 1996

Instructing Illinois Juries On The Definition Of “Reasonable Doubt”: The Need For Reform, 27 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 921 (1996), Timothy P. O'Neill

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Shaking The Foundation Of Gideon: A Critique Of Nichols In Overruling Baldasar V. Illinois, 25 Hofstra L. Rev. 507 (1996), Ralph Ruebner, Jennifer Berner, Anne Herbert Jan 1996

Shaking The Foundation Of Gideon: A Critique Of Nichols In Overruling Baldasar V. Illinois, 25 Hofstra L. Rev. 507 (1996), Ralph Ruebner, Jennifer Berner, Anne Herbert

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Resolving Economic Disputes In Russia's Market Economy, 18 Mich. J. Int'l L. 59 (1996), Karen H. Cross Jan 1996

Resolving Economic Disputes In Russia's Market Economy, 18 Mich. J. Int'l L. 59 (1996), Karen H. Cross

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Prior Restraints On The Media And The Right To A Fair Trial: A Proposal For A New Standard, 84 Ky. L.J. 259 (1996), Alberto Bernabe Jan 1996

Prior Restraints On The Media And The Right To A Fair Trial: A Proposal For A New Standard, 84 Ky. L.J. 259 (1996), Alberto Bernabe

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The Emperor Still Has Clothes: Fraudulent Conveyance Challenges After The Bfp Decision, 47 S.C. L. Rev. 563 (1996), Debra Pogrund Stark Jan 1996

The Emperor Still Has Clothes: Fraudulent Conveyance Challenges After The Bfp Decision, 47 S.C. L. Rev. 563 (1996), Debra Pogrund Stark

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Electronic Contracting: Legal Issues, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 211 (1996), Raymond T. Nimmer Jan 1996

Electronic Contracting: Legal Issues, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 211 (1996), Raymond T. Nimmer

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In discussing the legal electronic contracting issues, the author gives an in-depth analysis of current UCC provisions in the context of electronic contracting. The author further gives recommendations to the UCC amendments so that the UCC would be adequate to meet the technological challenges of the future. The analysis first addresses the subject matter of electronic contracting before turning to the methods of initiating or responding to electronic messages. Then, there is the electronic data interchange which allows parties to exchange data for direct processing by parties information systems. The technology may have made exchange of data more efficient, but ...


Commercial Transactions On The Global Information Infrastructure: A European Perspective, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 269 (1996), Christopher Millard, Robert Carolina Jan 1996

Commercial Transactions On The Global Information Infrastructure: A European Perspective, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 269 (1996), Christopher Millard, Robert Carolina

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In an attempt to facilitate a single European marketplace, EU directives tried to amend its laws and regulations to accommodate the ever-advancing technology of the Internet. In tackling the issues, the authors discuss different layers of the Internet as laying the foundation for further analysis. Digital data networks are virtual networks; they are composed of a series of unrelated networks with each potentially owned and operated by different person. While the physical layers of such networks are important, the focus of this article is on the data layer: the layer that packages the data in a very efficient manner. This ...


Don't Shoot The Messenger: Protecting Speech On Editorially Controlled Bulletin Board Services By Applying Sullivan Malice, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 347 (1996), Iris Ferosie Jan 1996

Don't Shoot The Messenger: Protecting Speech On Editorially Controlled Bulletin Board Services By Applying Sullivan Malice, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 347 (1996), Iris Ferosie

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Courts must determine the standard of liability for Internet Service Providers (ISPs) that proactively edit their Bulletin Board Systems (BBSs) for defamatory content. ISPs are computer services that provide data processing and communication services to customers - individual computer users who subscribe to the ISP's service. BBSs are computer programs that act like a traditional bulletin board. They are centrally located on the ISP's computers, and people who subscribe to the ISP can access that bulletin board to publish (or "post") messages on the board, and read and respond to other people's messages. Some ISPs allow people to ...


Patent Reexamination And The Pto: Compton's Patent Invalidated At The Commissioner's Request, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 379 (1996), Terri Suzette Hughes Jan 1996

Patent Reexamination And The Pto: Compton's Patent Invalidated At The Commissioner's Request, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 379 (1996), Terri Suzette Hughes

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In 1985, two executives at Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. introduced the idea of a multimedia search system that interfaxed textual and graphical entry paths in a single database. At that time, Encyclopedia Britannica was not interested in publishing its own volumes of encyclopedias in an electronic format. Instead, they decided to make Compton’s Encyclopedia the basis of the proposed multimedia encyclopedia. On August 31, 1993, the PTO issued U.S. patent 5,241,671 for a multimedia search system to fourteen inventors who had previously assigned all their patent rights of the claimed invention to Encyclopedia Britannica. Questions arose about ...


1995 John Marshall National Moot Court Competition In Information Technology And Privacy Law: Brief For The Respondent, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 627 (1996), John Matney, Carmen Symes, Laura Underwood Jan 1996

1995 John Marshall National Moot Court Competition In Information Technology And Privacy Law: Brief For The Respondent, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 627 (1996), John Matney, Carmen Symes, Laura Underwood

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Software Protection In The Commonwealth Of Puerto Rico, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 745 (1996), Diego A. Ramos Jan 1996

Software Protection In The Commonwealth Of Puerto Rico, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 745 (1996), Diego A. Ramos

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This article begins by examining the unique political circumstances of Puerto Rico, as a territory of the United States. It then explains the different federal and national systems that govern patent and copyright protection in Puerto Rico. The article details the conflict between the two systems and outlines the way the federal laws of the United States take precedent over the local laws of Puerto Rico in the areas of copyright and trademark. It analyzes the laws of Puerto Rico which provide protection for "moral rights" in the European tradition, which the United States does not recognize. The article also ...


Intellectual Property Protection For Software In Spain, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 767 (1996), Hugo Ecija Jan 1996

Intellectual Property Protection For Software In Spain, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 767 (1996), Hugo Ecija

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The author provides a brief overview of Spain’s intellectual property protection of software. The author discusses Act 22/87 which is the foundation of copyright law in Spain and regulates all kinds of works; literary, artistic, and scientific. In Spain, copyright laws protect computer programs as literary works. The broad definition of a "computer program" includes the object code as well as the source code, operating system programs, the microcode within the central processing unit, and the programming language and interface. As a member of the European Community (EC), Spain enacted "Directive 91/250" for legal protection of computer ...


Revising The Freedom Of Information Act For The Information Age: The Electronic Freedom Of Information Act, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 817 (1996), Jeffrey Norgle Jan 1996

Revising The Freedom Of Information Act For The Information Age: The Electronic Freedom Of Information Act, 14 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 817 (1996), Jeffrey Norgle

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Foreword: Reflections On Computer Technology And The Law, 15 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 1 (1996), George B. Trubow Jan 1996

Foreword: Reflections On Computer Technology And The Law, 15 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 1 (1996), George B. Trubow

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A Functional Approach To Information Upon The Convergence Of Communication And Information Processing, 15 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 3 (1996), Roy N. Freed Jan 1996

A Functional Approach To Information Upon The Convergence Of Communication And Information Processing, 15 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 3 (1996), Roy N. Freed

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The ways that a computer and the human brain process information are immensely similar. The legal issues that arise from similar information processors must be addressed. In addition to purporting the similarities between the computer as the information processor and the human mind as the information processor, attorneys need to stay current with developments in computer technology. New insights in the computer industry can shatter the current legal infrastructure used to solve today's computer law issues. Attorneys must constantly reexamine the rules that pertain to information as well. The practicing attorney should be aware that these new legal developments ...


The Invention And Future Of The Computer, 15 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 21 (1996), Lee Loevinger Jan 1996

The Invention And Future Of The Computer, 15 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 21 (1996), Lee Loevinger

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To fully understand the future of the computer and the computer's role in society, one must understand where the computer originated. The history of the computer is traced from the beginning of binary numeration to the life of John V. Atanasoff, the inventor of the computer. Several developments in technology are responsible for the transformation of computers into the high tech efficient and affordable technology. In review, four generations of computers exist. Atanasoff's first model and the derivatives from his work are the first generation computers. The development of the transistor by Bell Laboratories in the late 1940 ...


The Protection Of Information Technology In A Culturally Diverse Marketplace, 15 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. Law 129 (1996), Doris E. Long Jan 1996

The Protection Of Information Technology In A Culturally Diverse Marketplace, 15 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. Law 129 (1996), Doris E. Long

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As we approach the year 2001, one of the critical issues facing the international community is the level and scope of protection to be afforded technology and technology based products. Technology and property laws share a unique relationship. Intellectual property laws serve as a potential source for technology protection. Technology if subject to protection is generally protectable under a country's patent or copyright for compact disc recordings. In addition to the forms of intellectual property, many nations also provide protection for the "rights neighboring" to traditional intellectual property rights. The absence of a uniform definition for traditional forms of ...


The Third House Of Congress Versus The Fourth Branch Of Government: The Impact Of Congressional Committee Staff On Agency Regulatory Decision-Making, 19 J. Marshall L. Rev. 247 (1986), James P. Hill Jan 1996

The Third House Of Congress Versus The Fourth Branch Of Government: The Impact Of Congressional Committee Staff On Agency Regulatory Decision-Making, 19 J. Marshall L. Rev. 247 (1986), James P. Hill

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Another Early Chapter: Attorney Malpractice And The Trial Within A Trial: Time For A Change, 19 J. Marshall L. Rev. 275 (1986), Donald G. Weiland Jan 1996

Another Early Chapter: Attorney Malpractice And The Trial Within A Trial: Time For A Change, 19 J. Marshall L. Rev. 275 (1986), Donald G. Weiland

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Is There Life After Forty: The John Marshall Law School's Fortieth Annual Conference On Intellectual Property, 29 J. Marshall L. Rev. 841 (1996), Donald W. Banner Jan 1996

Is There Life After Forty: The John Marshall Law School's Fortieth Annual Conference On Intellectual Property, 29 J. Marshall L. Rev. 841 (1996), Donald W. Banner

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