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"Our Cities Institutions" And The Institution Of The Common Law, Bernadette Meyler 2010 Cornell Law School

"Our Cities Institutions" And The Institution Of The Common Law, Bernadette Meyler

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

The audiences of early modern English drama were multiple, and they intersected with the legal system in various ways, whether through the cross-pollination of the theaters and the Inns of Court, the representations of the sovereign’s justice performed before him, or the shared evidentiary orientations of jurors and spectators. As this piece written for a symposium on “Reasoning from Literature” contends, Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure addressed to these various audiences the question of whether the King should judge in person. In doing so, it drew on extant political theories suggesting that the King refrain from exposing himself to ...


The Need For A Global Amateurism Standard: International Student Issues And Controversies, Erin Abbey-Pinegar 2010 Indiana University Maurer School of Law

The Need For A Global Amateurism Standard: International Student Issues And Controversies, Erin Abbey-Pinegar

Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies

Due to the immense pressure to recruit highly talented prospects and an overwhelming desire to have winning college athletics programs, the recruitment of international prospective student-athletes at NCAA Division I institutions has drastically increased in recent years. NCAA rules founded on localized amateurism ideals are now being applied on a global scale, in countries where there is no similar concept of amateur athletes. This Note argues that the current NCAA amateurism rules inadequately address the potential amateur issues related to prospective student-athletes from various countries. Examples and evidence of the difficulties of apply localized amateur rules to international recruits are ...


The Story Of Us: Resolving The Face-Off Between Autobiographical Speech And Information Privacy, Sonja R. West 2010 University of Georgia School of Law

The Story Of Us: Resolving The Face-Off Between Autobiographical Speech And Information Privacy, Sonja R. West

Scholarly Works

Increasingly more “ordinary” Americans are choosing to share their life experiences with a public audience. In doing so, however, they are revealing more than their own personal stories, they are exposing private information about others as well. The face-off between autobiographical speech and information privacy is coming to a head, and our legal system is not prepared to handle it.

In a prior article, I established that autobiographical speech is a unique and important category of speech that is at risk of being undervalued under current law. This article builds on my earlier work by addressing the emerging conflict between ...


Facebook, Paulo Ferreira da Cunha 2010 Universidade do Porto

Facebook, Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha

Paulo Ferreira da Cunha

Fascínios, possibilidades e perigos do Facebook e de tecnologias afins e seu uso. Sobretudo, a pseudo-democracia electrónica, tentação dos demagogos.


American Needle: The Sherman Act, Conspiracy, And Exclusion, Herbert J. Hovenkamp 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School

American Needle: The Sherman Act, Conspiracy, And Exclusion, Herbert J. Hovenkamp

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

This essay, part of a colloquium in the CPI Antitrust Journal, explores the meaning and significance of the Supreme Court’s decision in American Needle v. NFL. The Supreme Court held that for purposes of the dispute at hand the NFL should be treated as a collaboration of its member teams rather than a single entity. The factors that the Supreme Court considered most important were, first, that the NFL’s member teams are individually owned profit making entities who compete with each other in at least some economic markets, such as that for the sale of apparel bearing NFL ...


Relational Contract Theory And Management Contracts: A Paradigm For The Application Of The Theory Of The Norms, Michael Diathesopoulos 2010 University of Cambridge

Relational Contract Theory And Management Contracts: A Paradigm For The Application Of The Theory Of The Norms, Michael Diathesopoulos

Michael Diathesopoulos

This paper examines management contracts as a paradigm for the application of relational contracts theory and especially of the theory of contractual and relational norms. This theory, deriving from Macauley's implications, but structured and analysed by I.R. MacNeil gives us a framework for the explanation and understanding of contractual obligations and business relations' rules and practice. After presenting the key literature about the norms theory and especially defining the content of MacNeil's norms, we define management contracts as relations, characterised by a high relational element and we explain why, investigating all their features, which make them a ...


La Globalización De La Legislación Cambiaria, Bruno L. Costantini García 2010 ITESM Campus Puebla

La Globalización De La Legislación Cambiaria, Bruno L. Costantini García

Bruno L. Costantini García

No abstract provided.


Of Cameras And Courtrooms, Alex Kozinski, Robert Johnson 2010 Chief Judge, Court of Appeals 9th Circuit

Of Cameras And Courtrooms, Alex Kozinski, Robert Johnson

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Breaking Aro's Commandment: Recognizing That Inventions Have Heart, Bernard Chao 2010 Professor, University of Denver

Breaking Aro's Commandment: Recognizing That Inventions Have Heart, Bernard Chao

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Unbranding Of Brands: Advocating For Source Disclosure In Corporate America, Cassi G. Matos 2010 Fordham Alumnus

The Unbranding Of Brands: Advocating For Source Disclosure In Corporate America, Cassi G. Matos

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Trips Agreement: Helping Or Hurting Least Developed Countries’ Access To Essential Pharmaceuticals?, Marla L. Mellino 2010 Fordham Alumnus

The Trips Agreement: Helping Or Hurting Least Developed Countries’ Access To Essential Pharmaceuticals?, Marla L. Mellino

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Sobering Conflict: The Call For Consistency In The Message Colleges Send About Alcohol, Marc Edelman, David Rosenthal 2010 Assistant Professor, Barry Univeristy School of Law

A Sobering Conflict: The Call For Consistency In The Message Colleges Send About Alcohol, Marc Edelman, David Rosenthal

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Sound Of Money: Securing Copyright, Royalties, And Creative "Progress" In The Digital Music Revolution, Armen Boyajian 2010 Indiana University Maurer School of Law

The Sound Of Money: Securing Copyright, Royalties, And Creative "Progress" In The Digital Music Revolution, Armen Boyajian

Federal Communications Law Journal

Academics and popular critics alike want to distill, reform, or altogether destroy U.S. copyright law as we know it. Much of this stems from animosity toward the old-guard record industry's alleged practices of overcharging consumers, underpaying royalties to artists, and suing teenagers and grandmas. But what those calling for reform all seem to neglect is a tiny but inevitable fact: for the first time in history, composers and recording artists can keep their copyrights.

Tangible media sales are being replaced by P2P file sharing, retail downloads, and streaming Webcasts. Digital technologies and wireless networks have opened prime channels ...


Music As Speech: A First Amendment Category Unto Itself, David Munkittrick 2010 Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Music As Speech: A First Amendment Category Unto Itself, David Munkittrick

Federal Communications Law Journal

Perhaps the most ubiquitous of art forms, music accompanies daily activities from shopping to jogging. Music permeates modem society, and there is little question it constitutes an integral mode of expression. Despite recognition of music's worth, however, there is little explanation of music in First Amendment jurisprudence. A rationale for First Amendment protection begins with analysis of the particular medium of speech. Through a foray in musical aesthetics and the history of musical censorship, this Note discusses the role of music in political, societal, and individual experience. Music has had an important role in political events, from the fall ...


Fumbling Away The Season: Will The Expiration Of The Nfl-Nflpa Cba Result In The Loss Of The 2011 Season?, Jeffrey F. Levine, Bram A. Maravent 2010 Associate, Mierzwa & Associates, P.A.

Fumbling Away The Season: Will The Expiration Of The Nfl-Nflpa Cba Result In The Loss Of The 2011 Season?, Jeffrey F. Levine, Bram A. Maravent

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Lecture: Innovation, Incentives, Competition, And Patent Law Reform: Should Congress Fix The Patent Office And Leave Litigation Management To The Courts?, Paul Michel 2010 Chief Judge, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

Lecture: Innovation, Incentives, Competition, And Patent Law Reform: Should Congress Fix The Patent Office And Leave Litigation Management To The Courts?, Paul Michel

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Cease-And-Desist: Tarnishment’S Blunt Sword In Its Battle Against The Unseemly, The Unwholesome, And The Unsavory, Regina Schaffer-Goldman 2010 Fordham Alumnus

Cease-And-Desist: Tarnishment’S Blunt Sword In Its Battle Against The Unseemly, The Unwholesome, And The Unsavory, Regina Schaffer-Goldman

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Derecho Y Literatura, Jose R. Nina 2010 Major National University of San Marcos,Dean of the Americas.

Derecho Y Literatura, Jose R. Nina

Jose R. Nina Cuentas

Anotaciones sobre el significado de la creatividad literaria en el estudio y la aplicación del Derecho


Os Fundamentos Do Direito E O Processo De Bolonha, Paulo Ferreira da Cunha 2010 Universidade do Porto

Os Fundamentos Do Direito E O Processo De Bolonha, Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha

Paulo Ferreira da Cunha

Há muitos mitos sobre o processo de Bolonha, que tem servido de álibi para muita coisa. Para X e o contrário de X. O presente artigo é uma resenha de um colóquio na Suiça, em que se discutiu a formação jurídica a sério e sem demagogia, no horizonte de Bolonha. Que, como todas as crises, pode e deve ser uma oportunidade para fazer triunfar o Direito pensado, e não a burocratização juridica positivista legalista. Entre as conclusões desta reunião está, naturalmente, a vontade de viver, continuar, e resistir, dedicada e inovadoramente, contra a tecnocratização do Direito. Como dizia Pietro Costa ...


Semiótica Dos Titulos, Paulo Ferreira da Cunha 2010 Universidade do Porto

Semiótica Dos Titulos, Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha

Paulo Ferreira da Cunha

Uma coisa são habilitações reais, competência clara, outra são os títulos e os postos na carreira. Confunde-se demais o doirado dos “canudos” com a substância, assim como o renome mediático com qualidade. Há certamente uma patologia social quando se é povo de titulados e titulares. Tratamo-nos excessivamente por “doutores”, muitas vezes sem propriedade. O humanista Clenardo, no séc. XVI já, é que nos viu bem: generalizada mania da nobreza.


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