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Anticompetitive Mergers In Labor Markets, Ioana Marinescu, Herbert J. Hovenkamp 2018 University of Pennsylvania

Anticompetitive Mergers In Labor Markets, Ioana Marinescu, Herbert J. Hovenkamp

Faculty Scholarship

Mergers of competitors are conventionally challenged under the federal antitrust laws when they threaten to lessen competition in some product or service market in which the merging firms sell. Mergers can also injure competition in markets where the firms purchase. Although that principle is widely recognized, very few litigated cases have applied merger law to buyers. This article concerns an even more rarefied subset, and one that has barely been mentioned. Nevertheless, its implications are staggering. Some mergers may be unlawful because they injure competition in the labor market by enabling the post-merger firm anticompetitively to suppress wages or salaries ...


The Future Of Federal Law Clerk Hiring, Aaron L. Nielson 2018 Selected Works

The Future Of Federal Law Clerk Hiring, Aaron L. Nielson

Aaron L. Nielson

The market for federal law clerks has been upended. Beginning in 2003, the Federal Judges Law Clerk Hiring Plan was implemented to regulate clerkship hiring. According to the Plan, a judge could not interview or hire a potential law clerk before the beginning of the applicant’s third year of law school. The Plan, however, never worked well, constantly got worse, and has now officially collapsed. Across the country, clerkship hiring once again regularly occurs during the second year of law school. This Article addresses the rise and inevitable fall of the Plan. In particular, it submits that the Plan ...


Family Law 1971 Survey Of New York Law: Part Five--Miscellaneous, Ted Occhialino, Richard A. Ellison 2018 Selected Works

Family Law 1971 Survey Of New York Law: Part Five--Miscellaneous, Ted Occhialino, Richard A. Ellison

Ted Occhialino

Review of recent cases (1970-1972) concerning divorce proceedings, family support, paternity proceedings, child custody, adoptions, juvenile delinqueny (PINS), and child protective proceedings.


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Traduction De « Has Capitalism Failed In Law? » (1937) Par Hermann Kantorowics, Matthieu Forlodou 2018 Institut d'etudes avancées de Nantes

Traduction De « Has Capitalism Failed In Law? » (1937) Par Hermann Kantorowics, Matthieu Forlodou

Matthieu Forlodou

This translation attempt of: Hermann Kantorowicz, Has Capitalism Failed in Law? (1937), is part of a series of translations of texts written by major legal scholars (American, English, German mainly) during the inter-war period at a time when capitalism was vigourously debated in the context of both communist and facist states in the world.
The main idea behind this project is to give a view of the main practical and theoretical issues as well as the basic arguments that historically - in the aftermath of the Second World War- formed the international background of the debate about the present and future ...


Vol. 54, No. 06 (February 19, 2018), 2018 Maurer School of Law: Indiana University

Vol. 54, No. 06 (February 19, 2018)

Indiana Law Annotated

No abstract provided.


Against Conduct-Based Immunity For Torture Victim Protection Act Defendants, Luke Ryan 2018 Barry University School of Law

Against Conduct-Based Immunity For Torture Victim Protection Act Defendants, Luke Ryan

Barry Law Review

On October 13, 2016, former Israeli Minister of Defense, Ehud Barak, was granted immunity and dismissed from a civil action alleging he violated the Torture Victim Protection Act of 1991 (TVPA) by authorizing the torture and extrajudicial killing of an American citizen. Both the government of Israel and the United States Department of State called on the court to grant federal common law foreign official immunity by arguing that Barak was protected from suit because he acted “in his official capacity.” The TVPA, however, permits legal action against foreign defendants who have acted in such a capacity—namely, “under actual ...


Facilitating University Compliance Using Regulatory Policy Incentives, James Koebel 2018 Selected Works

Facilitating University Compliance Using Regulatory Policy Incentives, James Koebel

James Koebel

Internal compliance programs have proliferated within colleges and universities in response to the federal government’s regulatory expansion into higher education.  Institutions increasingly utilize these programs in order to manage their myriad compliance obligations and the attendant increase in risk.  Yet, even properly designed programs possess many areas of potential weakness that hinder their effectiveness.  Concurrently, calls for regulatory reform have grown louder.  Although several viable options have been proposed and should be taken seriously, none adequately leverage the compliance function so many universities have recently adopted. 
Institutional policies are an inseparable component of an effective compliance program and their ...


Apuntes Sobre El Razonamiento Abductivo. Brando Paredes Miranda, Brando Javier Paredes Miranda 2018 Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru

Apuntes Sobre El Razonamiento Abductivo. Brando Paredes Miranda, Brando Javier Paredes Miranda

Brando Javier Paredes Miranda

Apuntes sobre razonamiento probatorio


Angry Employees: Revisiting Insubordination In Title Vii Cases, Susan Carle, Susan D. Carle 2018 American University Washington College of Law

Angry Employees: Revisiting Insubordination In Title Vii Cases, Susan Carle, Susan D. Carle

Susan D. Carle

In too many Title VII cases, employees find themselves thrown out of court because they reacted angrily to reasonable perceptions of employer discrimination. In the race context, supervisors repeatedly call employees the n-word and use other racial epithets, order African American employees to perform work others in the same job classification do not have to do, and impose discipline white employees do not face for the comparable conduct. In the gender context, courts throw out plaintiffs’ cases even where supervisors engage in egregious sexual harassment. Employees who react angrily to such demeaning treatment—by cursing, shouting, refusing an order or ...


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The Law Of War After The Dta, Hamdan And The Mca, LTC Eric Talbot Jensen 2018 Selected Works

The Law Of War After The Dta, Hamdan And The Mca, Ltc Eric Talbot Jensen

Eric Talbot Jensen

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International Crowdfunding: Did The Sec Get It Right When Promulgating Regulation Crowdfunding Relative To Other Leading G20 Crowdfunding Regulations?, Robert A. Dixon Jr. 2018 Northwestern University

International Crowdfunding: Did The Sec Get It Right When Promulgating Regulation Crowdfunding Relative To Other Leading G20 Crowdfunding Regulations?, Robert A. Dixon Jr.

Robert A. Dixon Jr.

Countries are taking measures to boost their economies.  Democratizing capital formation by permitting crowdfunding equities to invigorate the small business strata of economies is one of those measures.  To what extent are countries permitting such capital formation is the focus question of this paper.  With respect to the United States, the SEC promulgated Regulation Crowdfunding in 2015 to effectuate Congress's intent to support small-business capital formation as evidenced by the passage of the JOBS Act in 2012.  Regulation Crowdfunding provides small business securities issuers, intermediaries, and investors rules and restrictions concerning their obligations under the law.  So, how effective ...


An Intelligence Dictionary Offering "Success Before Work," Review, Intelligence And Information Policy For National Security, Gary T. Marx 2018 San Jose State University

An Intelligence Dictionary Offering "Success Before Work," Review, Intelligence And Information Policy For National Security, Gary T. Marx

Secrecy and Society

No abstract provided.


Review, Doom Towns: The People And Landscapes Of Atomic Testing, A Graphic History, Susan Maret 2018 San Jose State University

Review, Doom Towns: The People And Landscapes Of Atomic Testing, A Graphic History, Susan Maret

Secrecy and Society

No abstract provided.


Review, The New Era Of Secret Law, Patrice McDermott 2018 Government Information Watch

Review, The New Era Of Secret Law, Patrice Mcdermott

Secrecy and Society

In a recent Brennan Center report, The New Era of Secret Law, Elizabeth (Liza) Goitein articulates, examines, and evaluates the claims for and objections to secret law. Under this banner, the report includes any law that is withheld from the public, regardless of whether it may be shared among agencies or with certain members or committees of Congress.” Goitein’s underlying goal is to propose procedural and substantive reforms. Secret Law is a deeply-researched and highly valuable policy brief with an aim of making specific policy recommendations. And readable to boot.


Joint Declaration On Freedom Of Expression And “Fake News,” Disinformation, And Propaganda, Mickey Huff 2018 Diablo Valley College

Joint Declaration On Freedom Of Expression And “Fake News,” Disinformation, And Propaganda, Mickey Huff

Secrecy and Society

No abstract provided.


Recent Case Decisions, 2018 University of Oklahoma College of Law

Recent Case Decisions

Oil and Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Journal

No abstract provided.


From The Drake Well To The Santa Rita #1: The History Of The U.S. Permian Basin: A Miracle Of Technological Innovation, Joseph R. Dancy 2018 University of Oklahoma College of Law

From The Drake Well To The Santa Rita #1: The History Of The U.S. Permian Basin: A Miracle Of Technological Innovation, Joseph R. Dancy

Oil and Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Journal

No abstract provided.


Update On Oklahoma Oil And Gas Royalty Litigation, Pamela S. Anderson 2018 University of Oklahoma College of Law

Update On Oklahoma Oil And Gas Royalty Litigation, Pamela S. Anderson

Oil and Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Journal

No abstract provided.


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