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A Tribute To Michael Goldsmith, David Sonenshein 2010 Brigham Young University Law School

A Tribute To Michael Goldsmith, David Sonenshein

BYU Law Review

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Requiem For A Goldsmith, Deanell Reece Tacha 2010 Brigham Young University Law School

Requiem For A Goldsmith, Deanell Reece Tacha

BYU Law Review

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The Architecture Of Accountability: A Case Study Of The Warrantless Surveillance Program, Kathleen Clark 2010 Brigham Young University Law School

The Architecture Of Accountability: A Case Study Of The Warrantless Surveillance Program, Kathleen Clark

BYU Law Review

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The Global Financial Crisis And Proposed Regulatory Reform, Randall D. Guynn 2010 Brigham Young University Law School

The Global Financial Crisis And Proposed Regulatory Reform, Randall D. Guynn

BYU Law Review

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Saving Stare Decisis: Preclusion, Precedent, And Procedural Due Process, Max Minzner 2010 Brigham Young University Law School

Saving Stare Decisis: Preclusion, Precedent, And Procedural Due Process, Max Minzner

BYU Law Review

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Private Relationships And Public Problems: Applying Principles Of Relational Contract Theory To Domestic Violence, Tamara L. Kuennen 2010 Brigham Young University Law School

Private Relationships And Public Problems: Applying Principles Of Relational Contract Theory To Domestic Violence, Tamara L. Kuennen

BYU Law Review

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Defamation Of Religions: A Vague And Overbroad Theory That Threatens Basic Human Rights, Allison G. Belnap 2010 Brigham Young University Law School

Defamation Of Religions: A Vague And Overbroad Theory That Threatens Basic Human Rights, Allison G. Belnap

BYU Law Review

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Bombed Away: How The Second Circuit Destroyed Fourth Amendment Rights Of U.S. Citizens Abroad, Carla Crandall 2010 Brigham Young University Law School

Bombed Away: How The Second Circuit Destroyed Fourth Amendment Rights Of U.S. Citizens Abroad, Carla Crandall

BYU Law Review

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Frontmatter, 2010 Brigham Young University Law School

Frontmatter

BYU Law Review

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Fcc V. Fox Television Stations And The Role Of Logical Error In Hard Look Review, Samuel G. Brooks 2010 Brigham Young University Law School

Fcc V. Fox Television Stations And The Role Of Logical Error In Hard Look Review, Samuel G. Brooks

BYU Law Review

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"If You Poison Us Do We Not Die?" - A Critical Analysis Of The Legality Of Poison Puts In The Wake Of San Antonio Fire And Police Pension Fund V. Amylin, Inc., Marcus Kai Hintze 2010 Brigham Young University Law School

"If You Poison Us Do We Not Die?" - A Critical Analysis Of The Legality Of Poison Puts In The Wake Of San Antonio Fire And Police Pension Fund V. Amylin, Inc., Marcus Kai Hintze

BYU Law Review

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Comparative Analysis Between Routine Preventative Uniformed Police Patrols And Crime Reduction And Calls For Service, Oscar F. Vigoa 2010 Lynn University

Comparative Analysis Between Routine Preventative Uniformed Police Patrols And Crime Reduction And Calls For Service, Oscar F. Vigoa

Student Theses, Dissertations, Portfolios and Projects

The majority of the theoretical and empirical literature on police patrols and crime has concentrated on the logical assumption that more uniformed preventative police patrols reduce crime. However, few studies have examined the comparative relationship between more police officers doing preventative patrols in a specific area and crime rates and response to calls for service. The objective of this research was to examine whether more uniformed police officers, doing routine preventative patrols, assigned to an area the size of a small city reduces class one crimes (robbery, residential, and commercial burglary and auto theft). The principal intention of the study ...


Implicit Compensation, M. Todd Henderson 2010 University of Chicago

Implicit Compensation, M. Todd Henderson

Coase-Sandor Working Paper Series in Law and Economics

This Paper presents evidence boards of directors bargain with executives about the profits they expect to make from trades in firm stock. In general, the evidence suggests executives whose trading freedom is increased experience reductions in other forms of pay to offset the potential gains from trading. This "implicit compensation" is a significant component of pay (about 20 percent). This result is consistent with (and the flipside of) a study by Darren Roulstone, finding firms that restrict trading increase compensation to offset the lost opportunities from trading. While Roulstone finds that firms restricting trading pay more, this Paper finds that ...


Temporal Imperialism, Alison LaCroix 2010 University of Chicago

Temporal Imperialism, Alison Lacroix

Public Law and Legal Theory Working Papers

Issues of time and temporality pervade American constitutional adjudication, at both a doctrinal and a broader, structural level. The doctrinal issue concerns the extent to which judicial decisions operate forward, backward, or some combination of both across time. The structural issue concerns the related and overarching question of how the Supreme Court, as a court, operates in time, and the temporal division of authority between courts and legislatures. In both contexts, the Supreme Court is an actor in time. This Article examines the Court’s treatment of temporal issues through three case studies: (1) a pair of early decisions in ...


An Evaluation Of Lead In Imported Candies Within Clark County, Nevada, Usa, Lee Reuben Ibarra 2010 University of Nevada Las Vegas

An Evaluation Of Lead In Imported Candies Within Clark County, Nevada, Usa, Lee Reuben Ibarra

UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones

Imported candies from Latin America pose a danger to children because of the potential for those candies to contain harmful levels of lead. This study sought to identify characteristics of imported candies that typically display higher concentrations of lead. This study also explored the Integrated Exposure Uptake Biokinetic model developed by the EPA. Using lead exposure data specific to Clark County, Nevada, the IEUBK model was used to estimate the amounts of candy a child would have to consume in order to raise his blood lead level to over 10µg/dL (the federal allowable limit).

The results showed that candies ...


Restructuring The Debate On Unauthorized Humanitarian Intervention, Saira Mohamed 2010 University of North Carolina School of Law

Restructuring The Debate On Unauthorized Humanitarian Intervention, Saira Mohamed

North Carolina Law Review

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Langdell And The Invention Of Legal Doctrine, Catharine Pierce Wells 2010 Boston College Law School

Langdell And The Invention Of Legal Doctrine, Catharine Pierce Wells

Buffalo Law Review

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Getting Back The Public's Money: The Anti-Favoritism Norm In American Property Law, John Martinez 2010 S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah

Getting Back The Public's Money: The Anti-Favoritism Norm In American Property Law, John Martinez

Buffalo Law Review

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The Opeb Tsunami: Riding The Wave Of Public Sector Postemployment Health Benefits, Jenna Amato Moran 2010 University at Buffalo School of Law (Student)

The Opeb Tsunami: Riding The Wave Of Public Sector Postemployment Health Benefits, Jenna Amato Moran

Buffalo Law Review

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Introduction: Essays By Dean David F. Levi And Chancellor Jack M. Weiss, Board of Editors 2010 Louisiana State University Law Center

Introduction: Essays By Dean David F. Levi And Chancellor Jack M. Weiss, Board Of Editors

Louisiana Law Review

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