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S10rs Sgr No. 1 (Welcome Sec Exchange), Martin, Bonvillain, Prestridge 2010 Louisiana State University

S10rs Sgr No. 1 (Welcome Sec Exchange), Martin, Bonvillain, Prestridge

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A RESOLUTION

To welcome the participants of the 2010 SEC Student Government Exchange


S10rs Sgb No. 24 (Impeachment Silent Ballot), Palermo, Clark 2010 Louisiana State University

S10rs Sgb No. 24 (Impeachment Silent Ballot), Palermo, Clark

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

To amend Rule 10.6 of the Student Government Senate Rules of Order.


S10rs Sgb No. 10 (Ccell), Bourgeois, Caffarel 2010 Louisiana State University

S10rs Sgb No. 10 (Ccell), Bourgeois, Caffarel

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

To allocate up to ten thousand dollars ($10,000) from the Student Government Surplus account to fund the establishment of five (5) new service-learning courses.


S10rs Sgb No. 2 (Bicycle Bill), Jones 2010 Louisiana State University

S10rs Sgb No. 2 (Bicycle Bill), Jones

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

To allocate the amount of $5000 from the Student Senate Contingency account to the Louisiana State University University Recreation Center for a new Bike fleet, which will be used as a soucre for students to rent and use on a daily basis.


S10rs Sgb No. 1 (Kitchen Project), Palermo, Compagno 2010 Louisiana State University

S10rs Sgb No. 1 (Kitchen Project), Palermo, Compagno

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

To allocate one thousand two hundred dollars($1,200.00) to reimburse twenty students who participated in three Alternative Service Break projects.


The Nature Of Abuse Clerical V. Material Error Where Does North Carolina Stand, Brittany N. Guffey 2010 North Carolina Central University School of Law

The Nature Of Abuse Clerical V. Material Error Where Does North Carolina Stand, Brittany N. Guffey

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


(Dis)Honest Services Fraud: Bad Men, Like Good Men, Are Entitled To Be Tried And Sentenced In Accordance With Law, Matthew Modell 2010 North Carolina Central University School of Law

(Dis)Honest Services Fraud: Bad Men, Like Good Men, Are Entitled To Be Tried And Sentenced In Accordance With Law, Matthew Modell

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


Sadowski V. United States Postal Service: One Step Closer To Delivering A Resolution To The Dispute On Individual Liability For Public Employees Under The Family And Medical Leave Act Of 1993, Leila Early 2010 North Carolina Central University School of Law

Sadowski V. United States Postal Service: One Step Closer To Delivering A Resolution To The Dispute On Individual Liability For Public Employees Under The Family And Medical Leave Act Of 1993, Leila Early

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


Natural Law, Positive Law, And Conflicting Social Norms In Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird, Maureen E. Markey 2010 North Carolina Central University School of Law

Natural Law, Positive Law, And Conflicting Social Norms In Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird, Maureen E. Markey

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


S10rs Sgr No. 4 (Graduate Walk Fee), Compagno, Brown, Free, Knapp, Prestridge, West 2010 Louisiana State University

S10rs Sgr No. 4 (Graduate Walk Fee), Compagno, Brown, Free, Knapp, Prestridge, West

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

No abstract provided.


S10rs Sgr No. 2 (Clausen Thank You), Prestridge, Bonvillain, Martin 2010 Louisiana State University

S10rs Sgr No. 2 (Clausen Thank You), Prestridge, Bonvillain, Martin

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

No abstract provided.


S10rs Sgr No. 6 (Budget Cuts), Wells 2010 Louisiana State University

S10rs Sgr No. 6 (Budget Cuts), Wells

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

No abstract provided.


S10rs Sgr No. 14 (Traffic Cam Hb), Bourgeois 2010 Louisiana State University

S10rs Sgr No. 14 (Traffic Cam Hb), Bourgeois

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

No abstract provided.


Not So Hip?: The Expanded Burdens On And Consequences To Law Firms As Business Associates Under Hitech Modifications To Hipaa, Benjamin K. Hoover 2010 University of Richmond

Not So Hip?: The Expanded Burdens On And Consequences To Law Firms As Business Associates Under Hitech Modifications To Hipaa, Benjamin K. Hoover

Law Student Publications

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”) governs the management of protected health information (“PHI”) by covered entities (e.g., health care providers) and their business associates. However, the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (“HITECH”), contained within the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, drastically alters the scope of HIPAA regulations with regard to business associates, including law firms that routinely handle the PHI governed by HIPAA. Under the HITECH Act, the definition of “business associate” is expanded, and these entities are treated as “covered” for purposes of the HIPAA security regulations ...


Legal Preparedness For Pandemic Influenza: Is Virginia Ready?, Kristen DiGirolamo 2010 University of Richmond

Legal Preparedness For Pandemic Influenza: Is Virginia Ready?, Kristen Digirolamo

Law Student Publications

This paper attempts to identify the legal issues at stake during a pandemic and how those issues need to be discussed as a whole when preparing. Part II of this paper will give a brief description of pandemic influenza and look at the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918. Part III will examine the origins of legal authority during a pandemic at the federal, state, and local levels of government. Part IV will look at some of the specific legal issues that may arise during a pandemic and discuss what decision-makers need to be thinking about in order to plan comprehensively ...


Uwlaw, Spring 2010, Vol. 61, 2010 University of Washington School of Law

Uwlaw, Spring 2010, Vol. 61

Alumni Magazines

Cover story: For the Prosecution

Message from the Dean, page 2

News

  • Endowed Professorship Honors Dean Emeritus Ron Hjorth, page 3, photo
  • Ben Golden Named Student Regent, page 3, photo
  • Climate Change Meets Human Rights in New Seminar, page 4
  • Calandrillo Installed as Stone Professor of Law, page 4
  • Gates Scholars Head to Peru for International Conference on Reproductive Rights, by Lillian Hewko and Hilary Hammell, page 5

Jenny Durkan ('85): U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Washington, pages 6-8, photos

Douglas Whalley ('72), pages 9-10, photo

County Prosecutors: Serving Justice in Their Communities, pages 11-

  • Dan Satterberg ...


Particularizing Patent Pleading: Pleading Patent Infringement In A Post-Twombly World, Jonathan L. Moore 2010 University of Richmond

Particularizing Patent Pleading: Pleading Patent Infringement In A Post-Twombly World, Jonathan L. Moore

Law Student Publications

The Supreme Court's recent jurisprudence has reinvigorated the role of pleading in civil litigation. As a result, in order to survive a motion to dismiss, plaintiffs must now include more detailed allegations that demonstrate a plausible entitlement to relief. This article examines how these changes interact with the pleading requirements for patent infringement litigation. In recent years, the number of patent infringement lawsuits has increased dramatically, in part because of lax notice pleading requirements. This patent litigation explosion imposes exorbitant costs on defendants and has a detrimental effect on innovation. As courts begin to apply the new plausibility pleading ...


Reforming Fairness: The Need For Legal Pragmatism In The Wto Dispute Settlement Process, Webb McArthur 2010 University of Richmond

Reforming Fairness: The Need For Legal Pragmatism In The Wto Dispute Settlement Process, Webb Mcarthur

Law Student Publications

The World Trade Organization (“WTO”) dispute settlement system is intended to be the central pillar of the international trade system by which trade disputes involving WTO member states are adjudicated, whether regarding trade in goods, services, or in intellectual property rights. However, an innocuous statement such as this, when closely considered, indicates potential problems for the system.


Medical Rights For Same-Sex Couples And Rainbow Families, Anisa Mohanty 2010 University of Richmond

Medical Rights For Same-Sex Couples And Rainbow Families, Anisa Mohanty

Law Student Publications

The present state of the law regarding medical rights for same-sex couples and their families is highly inconsistent. A handful of states permit same-sex marriage. Another handful of states recognize same-sex marriages from other states, allow civil unions with state-level spousal rights for same-sex couples, or extend some or nearly all state-level spousal rights to unmarried couples in domestic partnerships. With these widely disparate levels of recognition, it becomes difficult for same-sex couples to navigate their options and rights when a loved one—a partner or child—has a medical emergency or is in the hospital. In Part II, this ...


Table Of Contents, 2010 University of Missouri School of Law

Table Of Contents

Journal of Environmental and Sustainability Law

No abstract provided.


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