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Kidnapped Terrorists: Bringing International Criminals To Justice Through Irregular Rendition And Other Quasi-Legal Options, Melanie M. Reid Dec 1999

Kidnapped Terrorists: Bringing International Criminals To Justice Through Irregular Rendition And Other Quasi-Legal Options, Melanie M. Reid

Melanie M. Reid

No abstract provided.


Gender Violence, Race, And Criminal Justice, Angela P. Harris Dec 1999

Gender Violence, Race, And Criminal Justice, Angela P. Harris

Angela P Harris

No abstract provided.


Making Sense Of Aboriginal And Treaty Rights, Brian Slattery Dec 1999

Making Sense Of Aboriginal And Treaty Rights, Brian Slattery

Brian Slattery

No abstract provided.


Defining Foreign Base Company Shipping Income And Oil-Related Income, Eric T. Laity Dec 1999

Defining Foreign Base Company Shipping Income And Oil-Related Income, Eric T. Laity

Eric T. Laity

No abstract provided.


Royalty Valuation: Should Overriding Royalty Interests And Nonparticipating Royalty Interests, Whether Payable In Value Or In Kind, Be Subject To The Same Valuation Standard As Lease Royalty, Owen L. Anderson Dec 1999

Royalty Valuation: Should Overriding Royalty Interests And Nonparticipating Royalty Interests, Whether Payable In Value Or In Kind, Be Subject To The Same Valuation Standard As Lease Royalty, Owen L. Anderson

Owen L. Anderson

No abstract provided.


Legal Research & Writing: What Schools Are Doing, And Who Is Doing The Teaching, Jan M. Levine Dec 1999

Legal Research & Writing: What Schools Are Doing, And Who Is Doing The Teaching, Jan M. Levine

Jan M. Levine

No abstract provided.


Ucc Article 4 And Regulation Cc: Can They Ever Be Reconciled?, Alvin C. Harrell Dec 1999

Ucc Article 4 And Regulation Cc: Can They Ever Be Reconciled?, Alvin C. Harrell

Alvin C. Harrell

No abstract provided.


European Perspective On Licensing In A Network Environment, Hans Henrik Lidgard Dec 1999

European Perspective On Licensing In A Network Environment, Hans Henrik Lidgard

Hans Henrik Lidgard

No abstract provided.


Searching For Justice In The World Of Realpolitik, M. Bassiouni Dec 1999

Searching For Justice In The World Of Realpolitik, M. Bassiouni

M. Cherif Bassiouni

No abstract provided.


Equity And Criminal Law, Howard W. Brill Dec 1999

Equity And Criminal Law, Howard W. Brill

Howard W Brill

The relationship between courts of equity and the criminal law in Arkansas is laid out by two black letter rules: (1) equity will not enjoin a criminal prosecution, and (2) equity will not enjoin a crime. The basis of both rules is that equity should not intervene in criminal courts, unless no other remedy in the court of law exists. However, the exceptions allowed for each rule are different. Exceptions to the first rule include: cases involving property rights, multiple prosecutions, unlawful exactions, or prosecutions made in bad faith. The second rule allows for an exception when a criminal punishment ...


The Reform Of Ethics Rules In Arkansas Government, Robert B. Leflar Dec 1999

The Reform Of Ethics Rules In Arkansas Government, Robert B. Leflar

Robert B Leflar

This essay outlines existing conflict-of-interest rules in Arkansas government, particularly for state agencies, boards and commissions. The essay identifies weaknesses in the rules, and suggests disclosure requirements and certain restrictions on voting by board members with conflicts.


Combating Impunity For International Crimes, M. Bassiouni Dec 1999

Combating Impunity For International Crimes, M. Bassiouni

M. Cherif Bassiouni

No abstract provided.


An Overview And Assessment Of The Law Regulating Internal Union Affairs, Michael J. Goldberg Dec 1999

An Overview And Assessment Of The Law Regulating Internal Union Affairs, Michael J. Goldberg

Michael J Goldberg

No abstract provided.


We Are A Religious People Whose Institutions Presuppose A Supreme Being, John C. Eastman Dec 1999

We Are A Religious People Whose Institutions Presuppose A Supreme Being, John C. Eastman

John C. Eastman

This article challenges the separationist view of the Establishment Clause adopted by the Supreme Court in Everson and other cases, and instead explores Justice Douglas's important contention in Zorach v. Clausen that We are a Religious People Whose Institutions Presuppose a Supreme Being. Drawing on sources from the founding, such as the Declaration of Independence, debates in Congress over the First Amendment, state constitutional provisions, the Northwest Ordinance, and wide-spread practice, the article makes the case for treating the Establishment Clause as a federalism provision, not a rights provision, reserving to the states the authority to partner with religion ...


Ucita: Opportunity Or Obstruction, Alvin C. Harrell Dec 1999

Ucita: Opportunity Or Obstruction, Alvin C. Harrell

Alvin C. Harrell

No abstract provided.


Are Public Records Really Public? The Collision Between The Right To Privacy And The Release Of Public Court Records Over The Internet, Victoria S. Salzmann Dec 1999

Are Public Records Really Public? The Collision Between The Right To Privacy And The Release Of Public Court Records Over The Internet, Victoria S. Salzmann

Victoria S. Salzmann

No abstract provided.


A New Copyright Order: Why National Courts Should Create Global Norms, Graeme B. Dinwoodie Dec 1999

A New Copyright Order: Why National Courts Should Create Global Norms, Graeme B. Dinwoodie

Graeme B. Dinwoodie

No abstract provided.


'Our Federalism’ In The Context Of Federal Courts And Tribal Courts: An Open Letter To The Federal Courts’ Teaching And Scholarly Community, Frank Pommersheim Dec 1999

'Our Federalism’ In The Context Of Federal Courts And Tribal Courts: An Open Letter To The Federal Courts’ Teaching And Scholarly Community, Frank Pommersheim

Frank Pommersheim

No abstract provided.


The Road To Bush V. Gore: The History Of The Supreme Court’S Use Of The Per Curiam Opinion, Laura K. Ray Dec 1999

The Road To Bush V. Gore: The History Of The Supreme Court’S Use Of The Per Curiam Opinion, Laura K. Ray

Laura K. Ray

No abstract provided.


Did Microsoft Harm Consumers? Two Opposing Views, Daniel L. Rubinfeld, David S. Evans, Franklin M. Fisher, Richard L. Schmalensee Dec 1999

Did Microsoft Harm Consumers? Two Opposing Views, Daniel L. Rubinfeld, David S. Evans, Franklin M. Fisher, Richard L. Schmalensee

Daniel L. Rubinfeld

No abstract provided.


Incorporating The Partnership Theory Of Marriage Into Elective-Share Law: The Approximation System Of The Uniform Probate Code And The Deferred-Community-Property Alternative, Alan Newman Dec 1999

Incorporating The Partnership Theory Of Marriage Into Elective-Share Law: The Approximation System Of The Uniform Probate Code And The Deferred-Community-Property Alternative, Alan Newman

Alan Newman

Incorporating the Partnership Theory of Marriage into Elective-Share Law: The Approximation System of the Uniform Probate Code and the Deferred-Community-Property Alternative

With respect to marital property rights, the contemporary view of marriage is that it is an economic partnership. Spouses are viewed as equal partners with respect to property acquired during the marriage from either of their efforts, but as having no claim to property the other spouse brought to the marriage, or received by gift or inheritance during the marriage. The widespread acceptance of this theory, which has long been an underlying principle of the community-property system, is evidenced ...


Commentary: The 21st Century, Tila Style, Alvin C. Harrell Dec 1999

Commentary: The 21st Century, Tila Style, Alvin C. Harrell

Alvin C. Harrell

No abstract provided.


Human Rights And The Garment Industry In Contemporary Cambodia, John A. Hall Dec 1999

Human Rights And The Garment Industry In Contemporary Cambodia, John A. Hall

John A. Hall

This article examines the labor laws, economy and union movement in Cambodia during the 1990's. Based on field work in Phnom Penh, it focuses on the labor and legal consequences of the rapid growth of the export-oriented garment industry in Cambodia during the 1990's. From a mere handful of small facilities in 1994, Phnom Penh had by the end of the decade almost 250 modern factories employing over 200,000 young women who had migrated to the city from rural provinces. Foreign - predominantly Chinese - businesses set up production in Cambodia in order to gain access to the quota-protected ...


Book Review, Lawrence Susskind Et Al., The Consensus-Building Handbook, 1999, Phyllis E. Bernard Dec 1999

Book Review, Lawrence Susskind Et Al., The Consensus-Building Handbook, 1999, Phyllis E. Bernard

Phyllis E. Bernard

No abstract provided.


Konkurrensrätt Och Parallellimport - Exportförbudsklausuler, Hans Henrik Lidgard Dec 1999

Konkurrensrätt Och Parallellimport - Exportförbudsklausuler, Hans Henrik Lidgard

Hans Henrik Lidgard

No abstract provided.


Overreaction, Momentum, Liquidity, And Price Bubbles In Laboratory And Field Asset Markets, Richard E. Redding, Gunduz Caginalp, David Porter Dec 1999

Overreaction, Momentum, Liquidity, And Price Bubbles In Laboratory And Field Asset Markets, Richard E. Redding, Gunduz Caginalp, David Porter

Richard E. Redding

Laboratory asset markets provide an experimental setting in which to observe investor behavior. Over more than a decade, numerous studies have found that participants in laboratory experiments frequently drive asset prices far above fundamental value, after which the prices crash. This bubble-and-crash behavior is robust to variations in a number of variables, including liquidity (the amount of cash available relative to the value of the assets being traded), short-selling, certainty or uncertainty of dividendpayments, brokerage fees, capital gains taxes, buying on margin, and others. This paper attempts to model the behavior of asset prices in experimental settings by proposing a ...


The Uniform Commercial Code Survey: Introduction, Carl S. Bjerre, Robyn L. Meadows, Stephen L. Sepinuck Dec 1999

The Uniform Commercial Code Survey: Introduction, Carl S. Bjerre, Robyn L. Meadows, Stephen L. Sepinuck

Robyn L Meadows

No abstract provided.


International Child Custody Jurisdiction And The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction And Enforcement Act, Robert G. Spector Dec 1999

International Child Custody Jurisdiction And The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction And Enforcement Act, Robert G. Spector

Robert G. Spector

No abstract provided.


The Integration Of International And Domestic Intellectual Property Lawmaking, Graeme B. Dinwoodie Dec 1999

The Integration Of International And Domestic Intellectual Property Lawmaking, Graeme B. Dinwoodie

Graeme B. Dinwoodie

No abstract provided.


The New Majoritarianism, Robert Justin Lipkin Dec 1999

The New Majoritarianism, Robert Justin Lipkin

Robert Justin Lipkin

No abstract provided.