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Scarce Medical Resources – Parenthood At Every Age, In Every Case And Subsidized By The State?, yehezkel Margalit 2015 SelectedWorks

Scarce Medical Resources – Parenthood At Every Age, In Every Case And Subsidized By The State?, Yehezkel Margalit

Hezi Margalit

The dilemma of scarce medical resources is deeply rooted in the ancient mankind history, but it has been accelerated in the modern era with the appearance of the bio-medical innovations. This acute dilemma is relevant to all the western developed states, include Israel. Nevertheless, in one field there is the notion that Israel has unlimited medical resources – the fulfillment of its citizen's procreation and parenthood rights. Thus, for sociological, demographical, religious and security reasons the State of Israel invests a vast amount of money to develop and use the various fertility treatments. Israel, today, has the highest per capita ...


Hague Evidence Convention: A Practical Guide To The Convention, United States Case Law, Convention - Sponsored Review Commissions (1978 And 1985), And Responses Of Other Signatory Nations: With Digest Of Cases And Bibliography, Denise L. Dunham 2015 University of Georgia School of Law

Hague Evidence Convention: A Practical Guide To The Convention, United States Case Law, Convention - Sponsored Review Commissions (1978 And 1985), And Responses Of Other Signatory Nations: With Digest Of Cases And Bibliography, Denise L. Dunham

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Racketeering After Morrison: Extraterritorial Application Of Civil Rico, Daniel Hoppe 2015 Northwestern University School of Law

Racketeering After Morrison: Extraterritorial Application Of Civil Rico, Daniel Hoppe

Northwestern University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Stiffing The Arbitrators: The Problem Of Nonpayment In Commercial Arbitration, Brian Farkas, Neal M. Eiseman 2015 Goetz Fitzpatrick LLP / Brooklyn Law School

Stiffing The Arbitrators: The Problem Of Nonpayment In Commercial Arbitration, Brian Farkas, Neal M. Eiseman

Brian Farkas

Commercial arbitration is a creature of contract; the parties are there because they choose to be, either including an arbitration clause in their written agreement or, after a dispute developed, electing to avoid litigation all together. Arbitration also comes with an up-front cost non-existent in litigation: the arbitrators. Taxpayers pay for their state and federal judges, but the parties themselves pay for their arbitrators.

But what happens if one party refuses (or is otherwise unable) to pay the arbitrator? If the arbitrator then refuses to proceed, as is likely, should the dispute revert to court, in derogation of the prior ...


Reasonable Expectations Of Privacy Settings: Social Media And The Stored Communications Act, Christopher J. Borchert, Fernando M. Pinguelo, David Thaw 2015 Duke Law

Reasonable Expectations Of Privacy Settings: Social Media And The Stored Communications Act, Christopher J. Borchert, Fernando M. Pinguelo, David Thaw

Duke Law & Technology Review

In 1986, Congress passed the Stored Communications Act (“SCA”) to provide additional protections for individuals’ private communications content held in electronic storage by third parties. Acting out of direct concern for the implications of the Third-Party Records Doctrine—a judicially created doctrine that generally eliminates Fourth Amendment protections for information entrusted to third parties—Congress sought to tailor the SCA to electronic communications sent via and stored by third parties. Yet, because Congress crafted the SCA with language specific to the technology of 1986, courts today have struggled to apply the SCA consistently with regard to similar private content sent ...


La Discriminación Por Edad: Cuando El Paso Del Tiempo Afecta Tener Un Empleo, Silvia Roxana Sotomarino 2015 Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú

La Discriminación Por Edad: Cuando El Paso Del Tiempo Afecta Tener Un Empleo, Silvia Roxana Sotomarino

Silvia Roxana Sotomarino

Discrimination is due to human conduct individual and social groups (and even the States) that is nothing new. What is new is the awareness of its existence, regulation and mechanisms of protection against it. History and our own experience shows the qualitative changes in the way of dealing with others due to certain circumstances


Inmates Who Cried Wolf: The Dangers Of Applying The Plra's Limit On Appellate Attorney's Fees In Prisoner Deprivation Of Rights Claims, Peter Shakro 2015 Washington University School of Law

Inmates Who Cried Wolf: The Dangers Of Applying The Plra's Limit On Appellate Attorney's Fees In Prisoner Deprivation Of Rights Claims, Peter Shakro

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Use Of Merger Analysis Techniques To Assess The Competitive Effects Of Reverse Payment Settlements, Michael Toomey 2015 Washington University School of Law

The Use Of Merger Analysis Techniques To Assess The Competitive Effects Of Reverse Payment Settlements, Michael Toomey

Washington University Law Review

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Expanding The Civil Rights Dialogue In An Increasingly Diverse America: A Review Of Frank Wu’S Yellow: Race In America Beyond Black And White, Harvey Gee 2014 Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center

Expanding The Civil Rights Dialogue In An Increasingly Diverse America: A Review Of Frank Wu’S Yellow: Race In America Beyond Black And White, Harvey Gee

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


First Amendment Decisions - 2002 Term, Joel Gora 2014 Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center

First Amendment Decisions - 2002 Term, Joel Gora

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


Lawrence V. Texas: The Decision And Its Implications For The Future, Martin A. Schwartz 2014 Touro Law Center

Lawrence V. Texas: The Decision And Its Implications For The Future, Martin A. Schwartz

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


Discrimination Cases Of The 2002 Term, Eileen Kaufman 2014 Touro Law Center

Discrimination Cases Of The 2002 Term, Eileen Kaufman

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


Qualified Immunity: The Constitutional Analysis And Its Application, Karen Blum 2014 Suffolk University Law School

Qualified Immunity: The Constitutional Analysis And Its Application, Karen Blum

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


Nature Of Deposit Contract In Iran Civil Law, Mohamad Ali Ali Yousefkhani Mr 2014 Araz

Nature Of Deposit Contract In Iran Civil Law, Mohamad Ali Ali Yousefkhani Mr

Mohamad Ali Ali Yousefkhani

As you know that in recent years the legislatures are sometimes have a problem to detect and distinguishing the parties intention at first of making an agreements and contract .

it sometimes the Judges are complaining about the parties intention and they distracted the said persons target .

in this article we want to consider the parties intention in 'Deposit contract and in the future we will be considered the other elements of this momentous contract .


The European Directive On Products Liability: The Promise Of Progress?, Lawrence C. Mann, Peter R. Rodrigues 2014 Wayne State University Law School

The European Directive On Products Liability: The Promise Of Progress?, Lawrence C. Mann, Peter R. Rodrigues

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Attorney Liability In Lien Enforcement: The Untapped Potential Of The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Adam Deutsch 2014 SelectedWorks

Attorney Liability In Lien Enforcement: The Untapped Potential Of The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Adam Deutsch

Adam Deutsch

Consumer debt in the United States is valued at $11.4 trillion and an estimated 77 million individual consumers have a debt in default collection status. Debt collection is a fast growing industry troubled by unscrupulous behavior by collectors. In the second half of 2013 the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau received more than 30,000 complaints of abusive behavior by debt collectors. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act enacted by Congress in 1977 provides guidelines to limit abusive collection practices and created a private right of action for consumer victims. This article explores the powerfully broad but underutilized strict liability ...


Nature Of Mortgage In Iran And The U.S. Laws, Mohamad Ali Ali Yousefkhani 2014 Araz

Nature Of Mortgage In Iran And The U.S. Laws, Mohamad Ali Ali Yousefkhani

Mohamad Ali Ali Yousefkhani

In recent years the contract needs a suitable enforcement that help the parties to get his or her goals due to abuser which is interested in postponing and don't care his or her obligation ,therefore in this article we want to consider Mortgage contract elements.


Breach Of The Contract In Iran, Egypt , And The U.S Laws, Mohamad Ali Ali Yousefkhani 2014 Araz

Breach Of The Contract In Iran, Egypt , And The U.S Laws, Mohamad Ali Ali Yousefkhani

Mohamad Ali Ali Yousefkhani

No abstract provided.


Propedéutica Al Estudio Del Derecho Civil: Una Mirada Crítica Desde El Siglo Xxi, Marco Andrei Torres Maldonado 2014 Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos

Propedéutica Al Estudio Del Derecho Civil: Una Mirada Crítica Desde El Siglo Xxi, Marco Andrei Torres Maldonado

Marco Andrei Torres Maldonado

No abstract provided.


La Desnaturalización De La Categoría Del Negocio Jurídico Por Obra Y Gracia Del Quinto Pleno Casatorio Civil, Rómulo Morales 2014 Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú

La Desnaturalización De La Categoría Del Negocio Jurídico Por Obra Y Gracia Del Quinto Pleno Casatorio Civil, Rómulo Morales

Rómulo Martín Morales Hervias

El autor está en desacuerdo con la jurisprudencia sentada en el Quinto Pleno Casatorio Civil. Señala que el Pleno dejó de tomar en cuenta las directivas de la interpretación autoritativa, según la cual se debe utilizar recursos hermenéuticos constituidos por las opiniones de autorizados jurisperitos, además de haberse dejado de lado la doctrina sobre la anulabilidad de los actos colegiales asociativos contrarios a la ley y al contenido del estatuto. Advierte que se debe tomar en cuenta de que en nuestro ordenamiento solo cabe hablar de nulidades textuales.


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