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Accumulated Earnings Tax - Defensive Planning, Roger S. Levitan 2019 Gonzaga University School of Law

Accumulated Earnings Tax - Defensive Planning, Roger S. Levitan

Gonzaga Law Review

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The Impact Of Brown V. Board Of Education, Benjamin J. Kizer 2019 Gonzaga University School of Law

The Impact Of Brown V. Board Of Education, Benjamin J. Kizer

Gonzaga Law Review

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Table Of Contents, 2019 Gonzaga University School of Law

Table Of Contents

Gonzaga Law Review

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Tax Notes, 2019 Gonzaga University School of Law

Tax Notes

Gonzaga Law Review

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Motor Vehicles - Warning Devices - Statutory Construction, C. Raymond Eberle 2019 Gonzaga University School of Law

Motor Vehicles - Warning Devices - Statutory Construction, C. Raymond Eberle

Gonzaga Law Review

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Defective Products Liability - Tort Or Implied Warranty, Bryce H. Dille 2019 Gonzaga University School of Law

Defective Products Liability - Tort Or Implied Warranty, Bryce H. Dille

Gonzaga Law Review

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Adverse Possession - Dual Interests - Relation - Back, Richard D. Turner 2019 Gonzaga University School of Law

Adverse Possession - Dual Interests - Relation - Back, Richard D. Turner

Gonzaga Law Review

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Table Of Contents, 2019 Gonzaga University School of Law

Table Of Contents

Gonzaga Law Review

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Offsetting Special Benefits And The Larger Parcel Test In Eminent Domain, Paul Sinnitt 2019 Gonzaga University School of Law

Offsetting Special Benefits And The Larger Parcel Test In Eminent Domain, Paul Sinnitt

Gonzaga Law Review

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The Criminal Plea Of Guilty In Washington, John M. Wolfe 2019 Gonzaga University School of Law

The Criminal Plea Of Guilty In Washington, John M. Wolfe

Gonzaga Law Review

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Book Review: An Examination Of Maine's Public Beach Access, Ariel A. Hampton 2019 University of Maine School of Law

Book Review: An Examination Of Maine's Public Beach Access, Ariel A. Hampton

Ocean and Coastal Law Journal

Many people assume that access rights to public resources are unwavering. Two Maine Supreme Judicial Court cases concerning limitations to public access to Maine beaches rebut this assumption. In his book, Maine's Beaches Are Public Property: The Bell Cases Must Be Reexamined, Professor Orlando E. Delogu challenges the modifications to public beach access that resulted from these two cases. This Review focuses on the historical and legal arguments that Professor Delogu presents as justification for the reversal of the Bell cases. Professor Delogu gives compelling reasons for his take on the Bell cases and why the State of Maine ...


Nevor V. Moneypenny Holdings, Llc: Availability Of Prejudgment Interest For Mixed Maritime Law And Jones Act Claims, Adam S. Bohanan 2019 University of Maine School of Law

Nevor V. Moneypenny Holdings, Llc: Availability Of Prejudgment Interest For Mixed Maritime Law And Jones Act Claims, Adam S. Bohanan

Ocean and Coastal Law Journal

In maritime personal injury cases, courts have traditionally seen prejudgment interest as part of the compensation due to a prevailing plaintiff. The goal of ensuring the fullest compensation possible has long been recognized as a basic principle of admiralty law. However, federal appellate courts are split over whether to award prejudgment interest on a mixed claim under general maritime law and the Jones Act. This Note explores this issue in Nevor v. Moneypenny Holdings, LLC, which was the first time the question had been raised in the First Circuit. The Fifth and Sixth Circuits have held that because prejudgment interest ...


Advancing The Aquaculture Industry Through The Federal Crop Insurance Program, Matthew H. Bowen 2019 University of Maine School of Law

Advancing The Aquaculture Industry Through The Federal Crop Insurance Program, Matthew H. Bowen

Ocean and Coastal Law Journal

In recent times, the aquaculture industry has experienced dramatic growth. The growth of the industry is a direct result of an increase in demand for seafood, and a decrease in supply from wild fisheries. The industry, however, is also experiencing growing pains. Aquaculture species, compared to their wild counterparts, are at a higher risk of catastrophic loss from a variety of different perils. These perils make investment in the aquaculture industry significantly risky. The federal crop insurance program could be a tool that mitigates these risks, but the program was designed around terrestrial agriculture, and while aquaculture may be covered ...


Human Rights Violations Consequent To Transshipment Practices In Fisheries, Chelsey F. Marto 2019 University of Maine School of Law

Human Rights Violations Consequent To Transshipment Practices In Fisheries, Chelsey F. Marto

Ocean and Coastal Law Journal

Transshipment, the process of transferring catch from a small fishing vessel onto a larger fishing vessel far off shore, has been used to commit a variety of human rights abuses on the sea. Companies can get away with this because there is little to no oversight over the activities. Yet, there has been little to no incentive to change these practices, because companies are generally not penalized for these actions. The author proposes a variety of tactics be implemented in addressing these concerns. These include imposition of sanctions upon countries who allow for nefarious activities, increased video surveillance on board ...


Marine Renewable Energy Law And Policy In The Bay Of Fundy: The Impact Of Ambiguous Domestic Boundaries In Canada On Nova Scotia's Regulatory Framework, Esteban Salcedo 2019 University of Maine School of Law

Marine Renewable Energy Law And Policy In The Bay Of Fundy: The Impact Of Ambiguous Domestic Boundaries In Canada On Nova Scotia's Regulatory Framework, Esteban Salcedo

Ocean and Coastal Law Journal

Using a legal history methodology, this paper examines existing marine renewable energy law and policy in Nova Scotia with a focus on its application in the Bay of Fundy. This paper critically assesses the current approach to coastal management in light of recent recommendations summarized in the Fournier report. This paper argues that, despite clear calls to develop integrated ocean management and marine spatial planning in policies and regulations, Canada and Nova Scotia have failed to do so because of unclear federal-provincial boundaries. Ambiguous domestic borders in the Bay of Fundy have been at the source of an overly cautious ...


Unequal Justice: By Jerold S. Auerbach, Stephen D. Amoroso Jr. 2019 The University of Akron

Unequal Justice: By Jerold S. Auerbach, Stephen D. Amoroso Jr.

Akron Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Review Of The Fourth Exemption Of The Freedom Of Information Act, Gary I. Kruger 2019 The University of Akron

A Review Of The Fourth Exemption Of The Freedom Of Information Act, Gary I. Kruger

Akron Law Review

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Table Of Contents & Pepperdine Law Review Masthead, Colten Stanberry 2019 Pepperdine University

Table Of Contents & Pepperdine Law Review Masthead, Colten Stanberry

Pepperdine Law Review

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When You Give A Terrorist A Twitter: Holding Social Media Companies Liable For Their Support Of Terrorism, Anna Elisabeth Jayne Goodman 2019 J.D. Candidate, Pepperdine University School of Law

When You Give A Terrorist A Twitter: Holding Social Media Companies Liable For Their Support Of Terrorism, Anna Elisabeth Jayne Goodman

Pepperdine Law Review

In the electronic age, the internet—and—social media specifically, can be a tool for good but, abused and unchecked, can lead to great harm. Terrorist organizations utilize social media as a means of recruiting and training new members, urging them to action, and creating public terror. These platforms serve as the catalyst for equipping the growing number of “lone wolf” attackers taking action across the United States. Under civil liability provisions created under JASTA and the ATA, material supporters of terrorism can be held liable for their actions, and with the key role social media sites now play in ...


Stretching The First Amendment: Religious Freedom And Its Constitutional Limits Within The Adoption Sector, Tracy Smith 2019 J.D. Candidate, Pepperdine University School of Law

Stretching The First Amendment: Religious Freedom And Its Constitutional Limits Within The Adoption Sector, Tracy Smith

Pepperdine Law Review

The Constitution promises liberty to all within its reach, a liberty that includes certain specific rights that allow persons, within a lawful realm, to define and express their identity.


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