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Conclusion: Do Rough Seas Lie Ahead?, Sam Bateman 2010 University of Wollongong

Conclusion: Do Rough Seas Lie Ahead?, Sam Bateman

Faculty of Law - Papers (Archive)

[extract] Strategic overview: China and India are the rising powers of Asia. However, elements of competition are evident in their strategic intentions, and much of this competition seems likely to be played out in the maritime domain, particularly in Southeast Asian waters. Hitherto China and India have operated in their exclusive spheres of interest - India in the Indian Ocean and China in the East Asian seas - but this will change. China is extending its operations into the Indian Ocean, and India into the East Asian seas. How this overlap of strategic interests will develop is a vital question for the ...


Confronting Maritime Crime In Southeast Asian Waters: Reexamining "Piracy" In The Twenty-First Century, Sam Bateman 2010 University of Wollongong

Confronting Maritime Crime In Southeast Asian Waters: Reexamining "Piracy" In The Twenty-First Century, Sam Bateman

Faculty of Law - Papers (Archive)

[extract] There is nothing new about maritime crime in Southeast Asia. It has a long history, and the maritime criminals of today are mainly descendants of the marauders, pirates, and bandits of yesteryear. However, changes to the extent and nature of maritime crime have occurred over the years. The decline in fish stocks and loss of access to traditional fishing grounds, along with general economic problems, have led to unemployment and loss of income in coastal villages throughout the region. This has, in turn, forced some villagers to turn to piracy, sea robbery, and other forms of maritime crime. However ...


Emergency Powers And The Rule Of Law In Indonesia, Nadirsyah Hosen 2010 University of Wollongong

Emergency Powers And The Rule Of Law In Indonesia, Nadirsyah Hosen

Faculty of Law - Papers (Archive)

[extract] While Indonesia has had experience in dealing with the use of emergency powers for more than fifty years, it has had to face severe problems that have challenged its goals of national resilience, development and, more importantly, the absence of the rule of law. The focus of my chapter is the tensions inherent between emergency powers and the rule of law in Indonesia, particularly in the post-Suharto era.


Clashing Visions Of A "Living" Constitution: Of Opportunists And Obligationists, William W. Van Alstyne 2010 William & Mary Law School

Clashing Visions Of A "Living" Constitution: Of Opportunists And Obligationists, William W. Van Alstyne

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


The Impact Of China's Antitrust Law And Other Competition Policies On U.S. Companies, Susan Beth Farmer 2010 Penn State Law

The Impact Of China's Antitrust Law And Other Competition Policies On U.S. Companies, Susan Beth Farmer

Journal Articles

This article is based on the author's testimony for part of the hearings on “The Impact of China’s Antitrust Law and Other Competition Policies On U.S. Companies,” held by the House Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Courts and Competition Policy on July 13, 2010. It describes developments in the enforcement and application of the Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law, interpretation and enforcement during the two years since the AML came into effect, with particular attention to merger review. It comments on the organization and staffing of the enforcement agencies and the publication of numerous procedures, guidelines and regulations ...


Financial Liberalization And Banking Crises: A Cross-Country Analysis, Apanard P. Angkinand, Wanvimol Sawangngoenyuang, Clas Wihlborg 2010 Milken Institute

Financial Liberalization And Banking Crises: A Cross-Country Analysis, Apanard P. Angkinand, Wanvimol Sawangngoenyuang, Clas Wihlborg

Business Faculty Articles and Research

Several studies indicate that financial liberalization contributes to the likelihood of a financial crisis. We focus on banking crises and argue that they are most likely to occur after an intermediate degree of liberalization. Using a recently updated dataset for financial reforms in 48 countries between 1973 and 2005, we find an inverted U-shaped relationship between liberalization and the likelihood of crisis. We ask whether the relationship remains when institutional characteristics of countries and dynamic effects of liberalization are considered. The empirical results indicate that the relationship between liberalization and banking crises depends strongly on the strength of capital regulation ...


Somebody Call 911: Windmills Are Killing Our Birds, Jessica Raba, Bryan Ebert 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Somebody Call 911: Windmills Are Killing Our Birds, Jessica Raba, Bryan Ebert

Student Environmental Law Films

The film "Somebody Call 911: Windmills Are Killing Our Birds” examines the impact of wind power on birds.


Rats Are Rotten, Irene Hantman, Katie O’Malley, Jessica Rozali 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Rats Are Rotten, Irene Hantman, Katie O’Malley, Jessica Rozali

Student Environmental Law Films

The film "Rats Are Rotten” explores pest control techniques in Baltimore.


Environmental Injustice, Nancy Lineman, Elsa Clausen Michels, Holly Devaser 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Environmental Injustice, Nancy Lineman, Elsa Clausen Michels, Holly Devaser

Student Environmental Law Films

A film about the Cherry Hill neighborhood of Baltimore and the environmental problems facing that community.

Produced by Nancy Lineman, Elsa Clausen Michels and Holly Devaser, the film won “Golden Trees” awards for Best Picture, Most Educational Film, Best Cinematography, and Best Narration.


Environmental Awareness, Adam Sharpe, Blake Baron 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Environmental Awareness, Adam Sharpe, Blake Baron

Student Environmental Law Films

The film "Environmental Awareness" quizzed law students about a variety of environmental issues, demonstrating that their knowledge of current events often is laughably deficient.


Bike Club, Charlie Friedman, Liz Shaner, Greg Simmons, Dan Stringer 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Bike Club, Charlie Friedman, Liz Shaner, Greg Simmons, Dan Stringer

Student Environmental Law Films

The film “Bike Club” that extols the environmental virtues of biking to school or work won a Special Judge’s Award in the school’s “Golden Tree” awards for having the best end credits. The film was produced by Charlie Friedman, Liz Shaner, Greg Simmons, and Dan Stringer.


Six Stages In The History Of Environmental Law, Nat Keller, Sasha Millard, Emily Rohm 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Six Stages In The History Of Environmental Law, Nat Keller, Sasha Millard, Emily Rohm

Student Environmental Law Films

The film “Six Stages in the History of Environmental Law” won the University of Maryland School of Law's “Golden Tree” award for Best Use of Special Effects. Nat Keller, Sasha Millard, and Emily Rohm used moving stick figures against a backdrop of historic photos to illustrate the history of environmental law as described in Professor Percival’s casebook.


Believe, Taggart Hutchinson, Shauna Stringham, Beth Grasso, Will Tilburg 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Believe, Taggart Hutchinson, Shauna Stringham, Beth Grasso, Will Tilburg

Student Environmental Law Films

The student created film “Believe,” a parody of the notion of clean coal, won the “Golden Tree” for Best Use of Humor. Produced by Taggart Hutchinson, Shauna Stringham, Beth Grasso and Will Tilburg, the film featured Tagg showering with coal-based soap, using a coal lightbulb, and cooking with coal.


Baltimore Urban Gardening, April Morton, Betty Franky, Emily Fisher, Erin Doran, Heather Sites 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Baltimore Urban Gardening, April Morton, Betty Franky, Emily Fisher, Erin Doran, Heather Sites

Student Environmental Law Films

The student film “Baltimore Urban Gardening” highlights the benefits of creating spaces for and using locally grown produce.


It's My Name And My Name Alone: How Chad Ocho Cinco Affects The Right Of Publicity, Jessica K. Baranko 2010 Marquette University Law School

It's My Name And My Name Alone: How Chad Ocho Cinco Affects The Right Of Publicity, Jessica K. Baranko

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


If You Build It, Will They Stay? An Examination Of State-Of-The-Art Clauses In Nfl Stadium Leases, Kristen E. Knauf 2010 Marquette University Law School

If You Build It, Will They Stay? An Examination Of State-Of-The-Art Clauses In Nfl Stadium Leases, Kristen E. Knauf

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Index: Sports Law In Law Reviews And Journals, Kristen E. Knauf 2010 Marquette University Law School

Index: Sports Law In Law Reviews And Journals, Kristen E. Knauf

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Book Review: Negotiate Like The Pros, Lance C. Kearns 2010 Marquette University Law School

Book Review: Negotiate Like The Pros, Lance C. Kearns

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Can Summer Training Camp Practices Land Nfl Head Coaches In Hot Water?, Timothy Patrick Hayden 2010 Marquette University Law School

Can Summer Training Camp Practices Land Nfl Head Coaches In Hot Water?, Timothy Patrick Hayden

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Silencing The Crowd: Regulating Free Speech In Professional Sports Facilities, Nick DeSiato 2010 Marquette University Law School

Silencing The Crowd: Regulating Free Speech In Professional Sports Facilities, Nick Desiato

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


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