Estate Of Adams V. Fallini, 132 Nev. Adv. Op. 81 (December 29, 2016), 2017 Nevada Law Journal
Estate Of Adams V. Fallini, 132 Nev. Adv. Op. 81 (December 29, 2016), Krystina Viernes
Nevada Supreme Court Summaries
The Court considered whether a party may appeal a district court’s order granting an NRCP 60(b) motion to set aside a final judgment for fraud upon the court. The Court held the district court’s order interlocutory and may not be appealed until a final judgment is entered.The Court held that the district court was not barred from considering the NRCP 60(b) motion and the district court did not abuse its discretion in granting relief based on fraud upon the court.
Reviewing Reservoir Operations: Can Federal Water Projects Adapt To Change?, 2017 University of New Mexico
Reviewing Reservoir Operations: Can Federal Water Projects Adapt To Change?, Reed D. Benson
The federal government authorized and built hundreds of major dams across the nation. Today, most of these water projects are operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers or the Bureau of Reclamation. Much has changed since these projects were built decades ago, including laws, values, scientific knowledge, water uses, and climate. But many reservoirs continue to store and release water under old plans, because the Corps and the Bureau do not make a practice of reviewing and revising the operating plans for their projects. This article argues that the agencies should develop and implement a program for reviewing ...
Cybercrime Deterrence And International Legislation: Evidence From Distributed Denial Of Service Attacks, 2017 Singapore Management University
Cybercrime Deterrence And International Legislation: Evidence From Distributed Denial Of Service Attacks, Kai-Lung Hui, Seung Hyun Kim, Qiu-Hong Wang
Research Collection School Of Information Systems
In this paper, we estimate the impact of enforcing the Convention on Cybercrime (COC) on deterring distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks. Our data set comprises a sample of real, random spoof-source DDOS attacks recorded in 106 countries in 177 days in the period 2004-2008. We find that enforcing the COC decreases DDOS attacks by at least 11.8 percent, but a similar deterrence effect does not exist if the enforcing countries make a reservation on international cooperation. We also find evidence of network and displacement effects in COC enforcement. Our findings imply attackers in cyberspace are rational, motivated by ...
Behind The Book, 2017 Fordham Law School
Behind The Book, Maloney Library
2nd Amendment in an Age of Terror; Saul Cornell; Nicholas Johnson; Eric Sundrup; Well-Regulated Militia; Negroes and the Gun
The Universality Of The Human Condition: Theorizing Transportation Inequality Claims By Persons With Disabilities In Canada, 2017 University of Windsor, Faculty of Law
The Universality Of The Human Condition: Theorizing Transportation Inequality Claims By Persons With Disabilities In Canada, Laverne A. Jacobs
Difficulties With The Interordinal Laws Of Cultural Property As Applied In The United States, And Proposed Solutions, Jeffrey John Miles
Jeffrey John Miles
This paper seeks to sketch the contours of the interordinal web of the current laws, and delineate problem areas where the law fails to reach as well as the areas where law exists, yet remains misapplied. In doing so, I am hoping to continue the dialectic begun by Alexander Bauer in his 2008 piece, New Ways of Thinking About Cultural Property: A Critical Appraisal of the Antiquities Trade Debates as well as borrow some inspiration from the interordinal analysis applied by Gordillo in his groundbreaking recent work, Interlocking Constitutions. This is a top-down perspective, with less attention to each individual ...
Solving The Problem Of Capital Loss Distribution Upon Dissolution Of A Service Partnership, Jeffrey John Miles
Jeffrey John Miles
Richmond Law Magazine: Winter 2017, 2017 University of Richmond
Richmond Law Magazine: Winter 2017, University Of Richmond
Richmond Law Magazine
The Happy Lawyer
"Tyranny of the Algorithm"
Virginia's New Prescription for the Opioid Crisis
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Great Expectations: The Treatment Of Expectations In Wto And International Investment Law, 2017 University of Western Ontario
Great Expectations: The Treatment Of Expectations In Wto And International Investment Law, Chios Carmody, Chios Carmody
A continuing issue in many areas of law is the treatment of “reasonable” or “legitimate” expectations. This contribution posits that a doctrine of expectations is vital to both the law’s stability and flexibility, functioning as a kind of ‘shock absorber’ that accommodates divergent pressures within a legal system. Expectations may arise subjectively, but what the law protects in most instances is determined objectively. This contribution goes on to examine the treatment of expectations in WTO and international investment law. Their treatment in WTO law has been to read them out as a matter of pleading in WTO dispute settlement ...
Finding Common Law Duty Of Care From Statutory Duties: All Within The Anns Framework, 2017 Singapore Management University
Finding Common Law Duty Of Care From Statutory Duties: All Within The Anns Framework, Chan, Gary Kok Yew
Research Collection School Of Law
This paper examines the relationship between statutory duties and the common law duty of care in the tort of negligence. There are apparently divergent judicial statements on the general approach towards duty of care to be owed by persons under a statutory duty. One central question arises: should the courts treat the common law duty of care as subsisting generally unless it is excluded by the statute or must the plaintiff show that the Parliament intended to confer a private right of action or impose a common law duty? This paper argues that the two approaches may be properly accommodated ...
The Alliance Of Small Island States: Intellectual Property, Cultural Heritage, And Climate Change, 2017 Queensland University of Technology
The Alliance Of Small Island States: Intellectual Property, Cultural Heritage, And Climate Change, Matthew Rimmer
Contingent Judicial Deference: Theory And Application To Usury Laws, 2017 FGV DIREITO SP
Contingent Judicial Deference: Theory And Application To Usury Laws, Bruno M. Salama
Law, Economics, & Business Workshop
No abstract provided.
Legal Services Regulation In Canada: Plus Ça Change?, 2017 University of Windsor, Faculty of Law
Legal Services Regulation In Canada: Plus Ça Change?, Noel Semple
In common law Northern Europe and in Australasia, a wave of reform has been transforming legal services regulation since roughly 1980. Old structures and approaches, based on the principles of professionalism and lawyer independence, are being replaced in these jurisdictions by new ones that prioritize competition and consumer interests. In the United States this has conspicuously not happened, leaving intact a regulatory approach whose broad outlines have changed little in the past 100 years.
Thus, I have argued that the legal services regulatory regimes of the common law world today are bifurcated into (i) a competitive-consumerist paradigm apparent in the ...
Race And Justice Outcomes: Contextualizing Racial Discrimination And Ferguson, 2017 Montclair State University
Race And Justice Outcomes: Contextualizing Racial Discrimination And Ferguson, Jason M. Williams
Ralph Bunche Journal of Public Affairs
While scores of literature may hint at the tumultuous relationship between the criminal justice system and Blacks, such literature, however, fail to assess, comprehensively, the intersectional purpose of present criminal justice processes and race. This paper will examine contemporary applications of justice along racial lines. It is argued that current justice outcomes are advantageous to the status quo. It is no secret that the American system of justice has a race problem; however, if the goal is to administer justice then, as this paper argues, the current system needs to be seriously examined and rebuilt. The paper also argues that ...
Reassessing The Trade-Development Nexus In International Economic Law: The Paradigm Shift In Asia-Pacific Regionalism, 2017 Singapore Management University
Reassessing The Trade-Development Nexus In International Economic Law: The Paradigm Shift In Asia-Pacific Regionalism, Pasha L. Hsieh
Pasha L. Hsieh
39th Annual Alden J. "Butch" Carpenter Memorial Scholarship Gala, 2017 University of Michigan Law School
39th Annual Alden J. "Butch" Carpenter Memorial Scholarship Gala, University Of Michigan Law School
Invitation to the 39th Annual Alden J. "Butch" Carpenter Memorial Scholarship Gala.
Bail Nullification, 2017 Brooklyn Law School
Bail Nullification, Jocelyn Simonson
Michigan Law Review
This Article explores the possibility of community nullification beyond the jury by analyzing the growing and unstudied phenomenon of community bail funds, which post bail for strangers based on broader beliefs regarding the overuse of pretrial detention. When a community bail fund posts bail, it can serve the function of nullifying a judge’s determination that a certain amount of the defendant’s personal or family money was necessary to ensure public safety and prevent flight. This growing practice—what this Article calls “bail nullification”—is powerful because it exposes publicly what many within the system already know to be ...
Retaliatory Rico And The Puzzle Of Fraudulent Claiming, 2017 Stanford Law School
Retaliatory Rico And The Puzzle Of Fraudulent Claiming, Nora Freeman Engstrom
Michigan Law Review
Over the past century, the allegation that the tort liability system incentivizes legal extortion and is chock-full of fraudulent claims has dominated public discussion and prompted lawmakers to ever-more-creatively curtail individuals’ incentives and opportunities to seek redress. Unsatisfied with these conventional efforts, in recent years, at least a dozen corporate defendants have “discovered” a new fraud-fighting tool. They’ve started filing retaliatory RICO suits against plaintiffs and their lawyers and experts, alleging that the initiation of certain non meritorious litigation constitutes racketeering activity— while tort reform advocates have applauded these efforts and exhorted more “courageous” companies to follow suit. Curiously ...
Are They Pirates Or Pioneers?, 2017 University of Pennsylvania (2012)
Are They Pirates Or Pioneers?, Ashley Song
Hyein Ashley Song Ms.
Korea has the perceptive corruption level lower than the Western countries and shares the common appetite for the cultural products with the Japanese, often regarding Japanese more noble or superior and Westerns even more. Based on this sentiment, the ‘license musicals’ which have been bilaterally purchased from the West are popularly consumed in Korea. The paper calls this is not the cultural business, but the “self-confined cripples’ money party based on the informational deceptions.” The Korean licensee who has fueled the staggering production in the US transforms to the businessmen, caster, and producer in Korea . The licensed dramatico-musical transforms to ...