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Cooperative Institutions In Cultural Commons, Gregg P. Macey 2010 Cornell University Law School

Cooperative Institutions In Cultural Commons, Gregg P. Macey

Cornell Law Review

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Individual Creators In The Cultural Commons, Robert P. Merges 2010 Cornell University Law School

Individual Creators In The Cultural Commons, Robert P. Merges

Cornell Law Review

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The Institutional Analysis And Development Framework And The Commons, Elinor Ostrom 2010 Cornell University Law School

The Institutional Analysis And Development Framework And The Commons, Elinor Ostrom

Cornell Law Review

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Questioning Cultural Commons, Lawrence B. Solum 2010 Cornell University Law School

Questioning Cultural Commons, Lawrence B. Solum

Cornell Law Review

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Reply: The Complexity Of Commons, Michael J. Madison, Brett M. Frischmann, Katherine J. Strandburg 2010 Cornell University Law School

Reply: The Complexity Of Commons, Michael J. Madison, Brett M. Frischmann, Katherine J. Strandburg

Cornell Law Review

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Rethinking Trust Law Reform: How Prudent Is Modern Prudent Investor Doctrine, Stewart E. Sterk 2010 Cornell University Law School

Rethinking Trust Law Reform: How Prudent Is Modern Prudent Investor Doctrine, Stewart E. Sterk

Cornell Law Review

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The Inviolate Home: Housing Exceptionalism In The Fourth Amendment, Stephanie M. Stern 2010 Cornell University Law School

The Inviolate Home: Housing Exceptionalism In The Fourth Amendment, Stephanie M. Stern

Cornell Law Review

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Law In The Shadow Of Bargaining: The Feedback Effect Of Civil Settlements, Ben Depoorter 2010 Cornell University Law School

Law In The Shadow Of Bargaining: The Feedback Effect Of Civil Settlements, Ben Depoorter

Cornell Law Review

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Litigation Is Not Ping-Pong, Except When It Is: Resolving The Westfall Act’S Circularity Problem, Julie Fukes Stewart 2010 Cornell University Law School

Litigation Is Not Ping-Pong, Except When It Is: Resolving The Westfall Act’S Circularity Problem, Julie Fukes Stewart

Cornell Law Review

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List Of Conference Speakers, List of Speakers 2010 Case Western Reserve University School of Law

List Of Conference Speakers, List Of Speakers

Canada-United States Law Journal

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Welcome And Opening Of 2008 Annual Conference, Henry T. King Jr., Valerie McCall 2010 Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Welcome And Opening Of 2008 Annual Conference, Henry T. King Jr., Valerie Mccall

Canada-United States Law Journal

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A Time-Honored Model For The Profession And The Academy, Michael A. Fitts 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School

A Time-Honored Model For The Profession And The Academy, Michael A. Fitts

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

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Masthead, Volume 42 Issue 3 (2010) 2010 Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Masthead, Volume 42 Issue 3 (2010)

Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law

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A Brief History Of The Commercial Speech Doctrine (With Some Implications Tobacco Regulation), Ashutosh Bhagwat 2010 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

A Brief History Of The Commercial Speech Doctrine (With Some Implications Tobacco Regulation), Ashutosh Bhagwat

Hastings Science and Technology Law Journal

The passage of the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act of 2009 delegated substantial new responsibility to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. Charged with implementation of the Act, the Food & Drug Administration issued a call for public comment on what approaches to take. The University of California, Hastings College of the Law hosted a symposium on the topic in August 2009, at which Professor Ashutosh Bhagwat gave commentary on the areas of tobacco advertising and marketing. This essay is based upon Professor Bhagwat's remarks at this event. Tracing the Supreme Court's jurisprudence of the commercial speech ...


State And Local Policy As A Tool To Complement And Supplement The Fda Law, Leslie Zellers, Ian McLaughlin 2010 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

State And Local Policy As A Tool To Complement And Supplement The Fda Law, Leslie Zellers, Ian Mclaughlin

Hastings Science and Technology Law Journal

With the recent passage of the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act of 2009, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration now has the authority to regulate tobacco sales, marketing, and use. Though this law is a beneficial step, some gaps remain. There are significant merits to state and local governments enacting local laws to fill these gaps. State and local governments can also effectively partner with the Food and Drug Administration in enforcing various provisions of the law. There are a great deal of local policy options available to state and local governments. This Article provides both recommendations ...


Child Trust Fund, Christopher L. Griffin Jr. 2010 William & Mary Law School

Child Trust Fund, Christopher L. Griffin Jr.

Faculty Publications

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Summum, The Vocality Of Public Places, And The Public Forum, Timothy Zick 2010 William & Mary Law School

Summum, The Vocality Of Public Places, And The Public Forum, Timothy Zick

Faculty Publications

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Justice Carter’S Dissent In People V. Crooker: An Early Step Towards Miranda Warnings And The Expansion Of The Fifth Amendment To Pre-Trial Confessions, Helen Y. Chang 2010 Golden Gate University - San Francisco

Justice Carter’S Dissent In People V. Crooker: An Early Step Towards Miranda Warnings And The Expansion Of The Fifth Amendment To Pre-Trial Confessions, Helen Y. Chang

Publications

By the middle of the 20th century, police interrogation of criminal suspects had developed into a fine art designed to extract confessions. The use of the “third degree,” otherwise known as the infliction of physical or mental suffering, was not uncommon. “[T]he most frequently utilized interrogation techniques have involved mental and psychological stratagems—trickery, deceit, deception, cajolery, subterfuge, chicanery, wheedling, false pretenses of sympathy, and various other artifices and ploys.” As the United States Supreme Court noted in its famous Miranda v. Arizona decision, this type of police interrogation involved “inherent compulsion,” was “inherently coercive,” “exact[ed] a heavy ...


"If You Are Reading This, You Are Engaged And Aware": Serving The Diversity Of Interests In Blogs Written By Service Members, Peter Colwell 2010 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

"If You Are Reading This, You Are Engaged And Aware": Serving The Diversity Of Interests In Blogs Written By Service Members, Peter Colwell

William Mitchell Law Review

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Antitrust And Institutions: Design And Change, Eleanor M. Fox 2010 New York University School of Law

Antitrust And Institutions: Design And Change, Eleanor M. Fox

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

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