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Llcs Are The New King Of The Hill: An Empirical Study Of The Number Of New Llcs, Corporations, And Lps Formed In The United States Between 2004-2007 And How Llcs Were Taxed For Tax Years 2002-2006, Rodney D. Chrisman 2010 Liberty University School of Law

Llcs Are The New King Of The Hill: An Empirical Study Of The Number Of New Llcs, Corporations, And Lps Formed In The United States Between 2004-2007 And How Llcs Were Taxed For Tax Years 2002-2006, Rodney D. Chrisman

Faculty Publications and Presentations

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Llcs Are The New King Of The Hill: An Empirical Study Of The Number Of New Llcs, Corporations, And Lps Formed In The United States Between 2004-2007 And How Llcs Were Taxed For Tax Years 2002-2006, Rodney D. Chrisman 2010 Liberty University School of Law

Llcs Are The New King Of The Hill: An Empirical Study Of The Number Of New Llcs, Corporations, And Lps Formed In The United States Between 2004-2007 And How Llcs Were Taxed For Tax Years 2002-2006, Rodney D. Chrisman

Rodney D. Chrisman

No abstract provided.


Government Openness And Accountability Under The Obama Administration, Mary-Rose Papandrea 2010 Boston College Law School

Government Openness And Accountability Under The Obama Administration, Mary-Rose Papandrea

Mary-Rose Papandrea

No abstract provided.


My Boss, Justice Stevens, Joseph Thai, Susan Estrich, Eduardo Penalver, Jeffrey Fisher, Cliff Sloan, Deborah Pearlstein 2010 University of Oklahoma College of Law

My Boss, Justice Stevens, Joseph Thai, Susan Estrich, Eduardo Penalver, Jeffrey Fisher, Cliff Sloan, Deborah Pearlstein

Joseph T Thai

No abstract provided.


A Justice Of The Greatest Generation, Joseph Thai, Eduardo Penalver, Andrew Siegel 2010 University of Oklahoma College of Law

A Justice Of The Greatest Generation, Joseph Thai, Eduardo Penalver, Andrew Siegel

Joseph T Thai

No abstract provided.


U.S. Supreme Court Should Merely Lay The Floor, Timothy O'Neill 2010 John Marshall Law School

U.S. Supreme Court Should Merely Lay The Floor, Timothy O'Neill

Timothy P. O'Neill

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin


Did Justice Stevens Change?, Joseph Thai 2010 University of Oklahoma College of Law

Did Justice Stevens Change?, Joseph Thai

Joseph T Thai

No abstract provided.


Saving Journalism From Itself? Hot News, Copyright Fair Use And News Aggregation, Joseph Liu 2010 Boston College Law School

Saving Journalism From Itself? Hot News, Copyright Fair Use And News Aggregation, Joseph Liu

Joseph P. Liu

Served as a panelist at a conference at Harvard Law School on "Journalism's Digital Transition: Unique Legal Challenges and Opportunities," sponsored by the Berkman Center for Internet and Society.


Environmental Crimes, Beau James Brock, Walter Becker, Jr., Dorothy Taylor 2010 Selected Works

Environmental Crimes, Beau James Brock, Walter Becker, Jr., Dorothy Taylor

Beau James Brock

Power point team presentation on environmental crimes.


Money Talks But It Isn't Speech, Deborah Hellman 2010 University of Maryland School of Law

Money Talks But It Isn't Speech, Deborah Hellman

Deborah Hellman

This Article challenges the central premise of our campaign finance law, namely that restrictions on giving and spending money constitute restrictions on speech and thus can only be justified by compelling governmental interests. This claim has become so embedded in constitutional doctrine that in the most recent Supreme Court case in this area, Citizens United v. FEC, the majority asserts it without discussion or argument. This claim is often defended on the grounds that money is important or necessary for speech. While money surely facilitates speech, money also facilitates the exercise of many other constitutional rights. By looking at these ...


Heller, Mcdonald And Murder: Testing The More Guns, More Murder Thesis, Don Kates, Carlisle Moody 2010 College of William and Mary

Heller, Mcdonald And Murder: Testing The More Guns, More Murder Thesis, Don Kates, Carlisle Moody

Carlisle Moody

We examine several aspects of the more guns, more murder hypothesis. We find that ordinary people typically do not kill in a moment of rage, so that preventing them from owning guns will not save lives. Societies without guns are not typically peaceful and safe. Historically, more guns are associated with less murder. Modern Europe nations with very high gun ownership rates have much lower murder rates than low gun ownership nations. In the United States: the colonial period of universal gun ownership saw few murders and few of those were gun murders. More guns do not mean more murder.


Picture This- A Right With No Meaningful Remedy: The Right To Take Pictures In Public Places And The Inadequacy Of Bivens, Section 1983, Ftca And Other Remedies, Morgan L. Manning 2010 University of Tennessee College of Law

Picture This- A Right With No Meaningful Remedy: The Right To Take Pictures In Public Places And The Inadequacy Of Bivens, Section 1983, Ftca And Other Remedies, Morgan L. Manning

Morgan L Manning

ABSTRACT

The right of individuals to take photographs in public places is eroding. A simple Google search reveals countless incidents involving people being detained, questioned and in many cases arrested for lawfully taking pictures of people and structures that are in plain view of the general public. These people have been harassed, embarrassed and charged with crimes pursuant to broadly worded criminal statutes. They have had their cameras confiscated and their memory cards, sometimes containing thousands of pictures, deleted. It is my belief that the War on Terror and the War on Drugs have given law enforcement officials a false ...


Same-Sex Marriage And The Right To Privacy, Mark Strasser 2010 Capital University Law School

Same-Sex Marriage And The Right To Privacy, Mark Strasser

Mark Strasser

Over the past decade, several state appellate courts have analyzed whether their respective state constitutions protect the right to marry a same-sex partner. Those courts addressing the issue have differed both in their analyses and in their ultimate conclusions, although there have been striking similarities among those courts upholding same-sex marriage bans and among those striking them down, differences in wording among the respective state constitutional provisions notwithstanding. This article focuses on the due process analyses offered by the different courts, concluding that all of these decisions help demonstrate why the right to marry a same-sex partner should be found ...


Super Deference, The Science Obsession, And Judicial Review Of Agency Science, Emily H. Meazell 2010 University of Oklahoma Norman Campus

Super Deference, The Science Obsession, And Judicial Review Of Agency Science, Emily H. Meazell

Emily H. Meazell

When courts review agencies’ scientific and technical determinations, they often emphasize that the specialized subject matter requires them to be at their most deferential. This “super-deference” principle seems appealing because it is supported by basic notions of institutional competence and accommodates a natural judicial tendency to avoid deep encounters with science. But it stands in stark tension with the expectation that courts must reinforce administrative-law values like participation, transparency, and deliberation. And it fails to further the legitimizing function of incorporating the best possible science into institutional decisionmaking. Surprisingly, there is no scholarship comprehensively assessing super deference. This Article begins ...


Making Murder Legal: How Laws Expanding Self-Defense Allow Criminals To "Get Away With Murder", Elizabeth B. Megale 2010 Barry University

Making Murder Legal: How Laws Expanding Self-Defense Allow Criminals To "Get Away With Murder", Elizabeth B. Megale

Elizabeth B. Megale

No abstract provided.


The Unsung Empathy Of Justice Stevens, Sonja R. West, Dahlia Lithwick 2010 University of Georgia School of Law

The Unsung Empathy Of Justice Stevens, Sonja R. West, Dahlia Lithwick

Popular Media

Justice John Paul Stevens' announcement of his retirement this morning has his many admirers at a loss: Liberals are already bemoaning the absence of a true liberal leader at the court—a man who could still manage to "count to five" to forge a majority on the sometimes fractious center-left of the court.


They Did Authorize Torture, But..., David Cole 2010 Georgetown University Law Center

They Did Authorize Torture, But..., David Cole

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

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What The Surprising Failure Of Data Anonymization Means For Law And Policy, Paul Ohm 2010 University of Colorado School of Law

What The Surprising Failure Of Data Anonymization Means For Law And Policy, Paul Ohm

High Tech Law Institute Events

Paul Ohm is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Colorado Law School. He writes in the areas of information privacy, computer crime law, intellectual property, and criminal procedure. Through his scholarship and outreach, Professor Ohm is leading efforts to build new interdisciplinary bridges between law and computer science. Before becoming a law professor, Professor Ohm served as a federal prosecutor for the U.S. Department of Justice in the computer crimes unit. Before law school, he worked as a computer programmer and network systems administrator.


E-Books, Darin Fox 2010 University of Oklahoma

E-Books, Darin Fox

Darin K. Fox

No abstract provided.


Intellectual Property Enforcement In China: Wto And Beyond, Peter Yu 2010 Texas A&M University School of Law

Intellectual Property Enforcement In China: Wto And Beyond, Peter Yu

Peter K. Yu

No abstract provided.


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