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Social Reproduction And Religious Reproduction: A Democratic-Communitarian Analysis Of The Yoder Problem, Josh Chafetz Dec 2014

Social Reproduction And Religious Reproduction: A Democratic-Communitarian Analysis Of The Yoder Problem, Josh Chafetz

Josh Chafetz

No abstract provided.


Free Exercise After The Arab Spring: Protecting Egypt’S Religious Minorities Under The Country’S New Constitution, James Michael Nossett Oct 2014

Free Exercise After The Arab Spring: Protecting Egypt’S Religious Minorities Under The Country’S New Constitution, James Michael Nossett

Indiana Law Journal

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Freedom Of Religion In Public Schools In Germany And In The United States, Inke Muehlhoff Sep 2014

Freedom Of Religion In Public Schools In Germany And In The United States, Inke Muehlhoff

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Hobby Lobby And Corporate Social Responsibility: A View From The Right, Alan J. Meese Jul 2014

Hobby Lobby And Corporate Social Responsibility: A View From The Right, Alan J. Meese

Popular Media

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Nineteenth Century Corporate Law: A New Lens For Religious Freedom Scholars, Nathan B. Oman May 2014

Nineteenth Century Corporate Law: A New Lens For Religious Freedom Scholars, Nathan B. Oman

Popular Media

No abstract provided.


Hobby Lobby, Corporate Law, And Rfra, Alan J. Meese May 2014

Hobby Lobby, Corporate Law, And Rfra, Alan J. Meese

Popular Media

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Hobby Lobby, Corporate Law, And The Theory Of The Firm: Why For-Profit Corporations Are Rfra Persons, Alan J. Meese, Nathan B. Oman May 2014

Hobby Lobby, Corporate Law, And The Theory Of The Firm: Why For-Profit Corporations Are Rfra Persons, Alan J. Meese, Nathan B. Oman

Faculty Publications

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Empiricism, Religion, And Judicial Decision-Making, Stephen M. Feldman Apr 2014

Empiricism, Religion, And Judicial Decision-Making, Stephen M. Feldman

Stephen M. Feldman

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A Corporation Has No Soul — The Business Entity Law Response To Challenges To The Ppaca Contraceptive Mandate, Thomas E. Rutledge Feb 2014

A Corporation Has No Soul — The Business Entity Law Response To Challenges To The Ppaca Contraceptive Mandate, Thomas E. Rutledge

William & Mary Business Law Review

The most contentious matter in the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is not one of health care, but rather one of the law of business organizations. Numerous for-profit business organizations have challenged the portion of the PPACA and its related regulations requiring that group health insurance plans provide, on a no-cost sharing basis, coverage for a variety of procedures and prescription medicines involving contraception and what some describe as “abortificants.” In these suits, the various business ventures and their owners assert that they should be exempt from the requirement of the mandate on the basis that ...


Muslim Personal Laws Vis-S-Vis Uniform Civil Code: Prospects And Constraints, Sukdeo Ingale, Priyanka Gawai Jan 2014

Muslim Personal Laws Vis-S-Vis Uniform Civil Code: Prospects And Constraints, Sukdeo Ingale, Priyanka Gawai

Sukdeo Ingale

This paper addresses the tousle between Muslim personal laws and Uniform Civil Code. India is a multi-religious ‘secular’ country, where every religion is divided in different sects and denominations having their different (and sometime contradicting) customs and traditions. The personal laws based on such customs and traditions having ‘utmost religious content’ govern various matters including marriage, divorce, succession, inheritance, adoption, maintenance, guardianship, etc. This created difficulties in distribution of justice. To answer this issue, ‘the idea of Uniform Civil Code’ was first mooted in the Constituent Assembly in 1947. Uniform Civil Code, only three words have divided the nation into ...