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Bali Mawacara: Is A Quasi-Common Law System Developing In Balinese Customary Law?, Danial Kelly, Wayan P. Windia Dec 2019

Bali Mawacara: Is A Quasi-Common Law System Developing In Balinese Customary Law?, Danial Kelly, Wayan P. Windia

Indonesia Law Review

The Indonesian island of Bali is internationally renowned as a popular tourist destination. Tourists from around the world have been attracted to Bali’s rich and colourful displays of culture and its friendly people for many decades. Intertwined with the predominately Hindu culture that is so readily visible is the invisible customary legal system of Bali that regulates much of the daily life of the Balinese. This autochthonous legal system exists in plurality with the Indonesian state legal system. As with all legal systems, the Balinese customary law system is in a state of flux. This article will examine the foundational …


Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Dan Majelis Permusyawaratan Rakyat Dalam Proses Impeachment Presiden Abdurrahman Wahid, Kukuh Bergas Dec 2019

Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Dan Majelis Permusyawaratan Rakyat Dalam Proses Impeachment Presiden Abdurrahman Wahid, Kukuh Bergas

Jurnal Hukum & Pembangunan

As a country that uses presidential systems, Indonesia realizes that the role of the president as an executive is powerful. Therefore it is necessary to establish legal rules or supervisory institutions as a counterweight to avoid abuse of authority. The DPR and MPR are legislative institutions whose task is to oversee the performance of the president. If a suspected violation is found, the DPR may submit a proposal for the dismissal of the president. Indonesia's 4th President experienced this case, K. H. Abdurrahman Wahid is also known as Gus Dur, because he was considered to have committed a violation which …


Perlindungan Terhadap Simpanan Pernah Tercatat Pada Bank, Bukan Suatu Keniscayaan, Yudha Ramelan Dec 2019

Perlindungan Terhadap Simpanan Pernah Tercatat Pada Bank, Bukan Suatu Keniscayaan, Yudha Ramelan

Jurnal Hukum & Pembangunan

Many types of crimes occur in the banking sector, which has implications for losses suffered by people who save their money in banks. One example of crime is taking deposits out from the bank by breaking the law. It causes deletion data of customer deposits from the bank's balance sheet or a list of third party funds. Customers are declared to have already received payment from the bank, and hence the agreement to deposit funds between the customer and the bank is reported to have ended. This condition can make customers’ right to get a refund of their money from …


Model Pembentukan Peraturan Daerah Yang Ideal Dalam Penyelenggaraan Otonomi Daerah, Marten Bunga Dec 2019

Model Pembentukan Peraturan Daerah Yang Ideal Dalam Penyelenggaraan Otonomi Daerah, Marten Bunga

Jurnal Hukum & Pembangunan

This study aims to analyze the model formation of regional regulations in the implementation of regional autonomy. This research method used is included in the type of normative legal research that uses secondary data obtained from library materials in the form of primary legal material. The results of the study indicate that regional regulations in the implementation of regional autonomy are a policy instrument in the implementation of the regional government. Establishment of regional regulations that are in accordance with the interests of the community must implement the principles of regional autonomy and the content of regional regulations must not …


Corporate Social Responsibility Sebagai Promosi Perseroan Terbatas, Chandra Yusuf, Endang Purwaningsih Dec 2019

Corporate Social Responsibility Sebagai Promosi Perseroan Terbatas, Chandra Yusuf, Endang Purwaningsih

Jurnal Hukum & Pembangunan

The application of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Fiduciary Duty in Law No. 40 of 2007 concerning Limited Liability Companies creates a conflict of interest. The problem that arises is the placement of CSR in the company's income statement that will reduce the company's dividend distribution. This violates the principle of "fiduciary duty". Directors of Limited Liability Company must maximize shareholder prosperity. So far, CSR is considered a social activity. To avoid conflicts of interest, CSR must be classified into a promotional account in the financial statements, especially the Balance Sheet. The method used to assess CSR refers to the …


Dinamika Pengelolaan Zakat Oleh Negara Di Beberapa Provinsi Di Indonesia Pasca Undang-Undang No. 23 Tahun 2011, Muhammad Izzuddin Abdul Aziz, Heru Susetyo Dec 2019

Dinamika Pengelolaan Zakat Oleh Negara Di Beberapa Provinsi Di Indonesia Pasca Undang-Undang No. 23 Tahun 2011, Muhammad Izzuddin Abdul Aziz, Heru Susetyo

Jurnal Hukum & Pembangunan

This article is derived from research conducted by the authors in some provinces in Indonesia. The focus of the research is the administration of zakat (alms) by the state, in this case, is BAZNAS at various provinces in Indonesia in the aftermath of Law No. 23/ 2011 on Zakat Administration. The authors select two provinces where Muslim inhabitants are a minority, namely in North Sulawesi and East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) and three provinces where Muslims are majority namely in Aceh, West Nusa Tenggara, and Gorontalo. There is three focus of questions: 1. The practice of zakat administration by the BAZNAS; …


Perlindungan Hukum Nasabah Dalam Perjanjian Telemarketing Bank, Sri Lestari Poernomo Dec 2019

Perlindungan Hukum Nasabah Dalam Perjanjian Telemarketing Bank, Sri Lestari Poernomo

Jurnal Hukum & Pembangunan

Telemarketing is one of the banking products. This research is conducted to analyze the validity of the agreement that was born and the offering of banking products through telemarketing, transactions made in telemarketing activities almost entirely do not fulfill the legal agreement requirements, namely contracts because if there are elements of oversight and fraud, the Bank must be responsible if a loss occurs because the bank uses customer data to be referenced to the insurance company that works with the bank. The problem examined is how the validity of the agreement that was born from bank telemarketing activities and the …


Polemik Jangka Waktu Pengajuan Gugatan Ke Pengadilan Tata Usaha Negara, Renius Albert Marvin, Anna Erliyana Prof. Dec 2019

Polemik Jangka Waktu Pengajuan Gugatan Ke Pengadilan Tata Usaha Negara, Renius Albert Marvin, Anna Erliyana Prof.

Jurnal Hukum & Pembangunan

The period of 90 (ninety) days to file a claim in the Administrative Court (PTUN) plays an important role because if the period is passed, the Administrative Decision (KTUN) can not be claimed even if the KTUN contains defects. The basic principle of regulation the period for filing a claim to the Administrative Court is determined explicitly in Article 55 of the Law of Administrative Courts, which is 90 (ninety) days after the KTUN is received or announced which can be applied in several variables that prove the opportunity for everyone can take legal action if the Administrative Decision issued …


Ketetapan Mpr Dalam Tata Urutan Peraturan Perundang-Undangan Di Indonesia, Nisrina Irbah Sati Dec 2019

Ketetapan Mpr Dalam Tata Urutan Peraturan Perundang-Undangan Di Indonesia, Nisrina Irbah Sati

Jurnal Hukum & Pembangunan

As a result of deliberation and representation based democracy in Indonesia, the UUD 1945 before the amendment presented MPR as the highest state institution that absorbed people's sovereignty, so it gained legitimacy to be a superordinate of state institutions in various branches of power. The MPR’s position as the highest state institution was also accompanied by a legislative function, in which the MPR was able to make its legal product known as Tap MPR. The change in the position of the MPR, which was no longer the highest institution of the state in the constitutional structure since the enactment of …


The Separation Of Migrant Families At The Border Under The Trump Administration’S Zero-Tolerance Policy: A Critical Analysis Of The Mistreatment Of Immigrant Children Held In U.S. Custody, Dhillon Ramkhelawan Dec 2019

The Separation Of Migrant Families At The Border Under The Trump Administration’S Zero-Tolerance Policy: A Critical Analysis Of The Mistreatment Of Immigrant Children Held In U.S. Custody, Dhillon Ramkhelawan

Child and Family Law Journal

This article provides a critical analysis of the Trump Administration’s zero-tolerance policy that separated migrant families at the Southwest United States border from April to June 2018. It will provide a statistical analysis regarding the number of migrant children that were separated from their parents during this time period, and it will describe the poor living conditions that many of these children were subjected to as they waited for their parent’s immigration cases to be decided. Additionally, this article will also critically analyze the United States’ history of mistreating migrant children who started to flee their war-torn countries in Central …


Of Sustainable Development In Africa: Addressing The (In)Congruence Of Plastic Bag Regulations With International Trade Rules, Regis Y, Simo Dec 2019

Of Sustainable Development In Africa: Addressing The (In)Congruence Of Plastic Bag Regulations With International Trade Rules, Regis Y, Simo

Brooklyn Journal of International Law

Several aspects of the trade policies of African countries suffer from neglect in the legal literature. When they are the object of research, the focus is sometimes limited to their participation in the dispute settlement system or on the enforceability of special and differential treatment provisions. While practice displays that African countries have almost never been the target of complaints for a number a reasons, those approaches do not always take into consideration African countries’ domestic measures affecting the flow of goods and services, which could eventually trigger disputes. This paper intends to fill that gap and add to the …


Waived: The Detrimental Implications Of U.S. Immigration And Border Security Measures On Southern Border Tribes – An Analysis Of The Impact Of President Trump’S Border Wall On The Tohono O’Odham Nation, Keegan C. Tasker Dec 2019

Waived: The Detrimental Implications Of U.S. Immigration And Border Security Measures On Southern Border Tribes – An Analysis Of The Impact Of President Trump’S Border Wall On The Tohono O’Odham Nation, Keegan C. Tasker

American Indian Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Nothing Is Over: Ftca Claims For Toxic Torts On Native Lands, Jessica Ditmore Dec 2019

Nothing Is Over: Ftca Claims For Toxic Torts On Native Lands, Jessica Ditmore

American Indian Law Journal

In 1976, Congress passed the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”) to curtail the growing problem of disposing of hazardous waste and toxic substances generally. Decades prior, Congress established the Federal Tort Claims Act (“FTCA”) to hold the federal Government liable for tortious conduct the same way a private citizen would be. The federal government assumed the responsibility to ensure the wellbeing of Native Nations (“NN”). This is commonly referred to the “Trust Doctrine.” This duty stems from the settlement of Native American lands, and a recognition of the treaties entered into by the United States with a “moral [obligation] …


Case Law On American Indians August 2018-2019, Thomas P. Schlosser Dec 2019

Case Law On American Indians August 2018-2019, Thomas P. Schlosser

American Indian Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Appeal No. 0947: John & Arlene Wehr V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management & Gulfport Energy Corporation, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Dec 2019

Appeal No. 0947: John & Arlene Wehr V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management & Gulfport Energy Corporation, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission

Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Decisions

Review of Chief's Order 2014-471 (Gulfport Energy Corporation; Brown #9 Unit)


Appeal No. 0968: Andy Rataiczak, Dba Beaver Valley Gas V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Dec 2019

Appeal No. 0968: Andy Rataiczak, Dba Beaver Valley Gas V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission

Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Decisions

Review of Chief's Orders 2018-405, 2018-406, 2018-407, 2018-408, 2019-409


Appeal No. 0969: Andy Rataiczak, Dba Beaver Valley Gas V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Dec 2019

Appeal No. 0969: Andy Rataiczak, Dba Beaver Valley Gas V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission

Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Decisions

Review of Chief's Orders 2018-405, 2018-406, 2018-407, 2018-408, 2019-409


Appeal No. 0970: Andy Rataiczak, Dba Beaver Valley Gas V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Dec 2019

Appeal No. 0970: Andy Rataiczak, Dba Beaver Valley Gas V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission

Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Decisions

Review of Chief's Orders 2018-405, 2018-406, 2018-407, 2018-408, 2019-409


Appeal No. 0938: L.D. Jenking V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management And Gulfport Energy Coropration, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Dec 2019

Appeal No. 0938: L.D. Jenking V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management And Gulfport Energy Coropration, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission

Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Decisions

Review of Chief's Order 2016-437 & Chief's Order 2016-451; Hogston C & A Unites (Gulfport Energy Corporation)


Appeal No. 0939: L.D. Jenking V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management And Gulfport Energy Coropration, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Dec 2019

Appeal No. 0939: L.D. Jenking V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management And Gulfport Energy Coropration, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission

Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Decisions

Review of Chief's Order 2016-437 & Chief's Order 2016-451; Hogston C & A Unites (Gulfport Energy Corporation)


Appeal No. 0971: Andy Rataiczak, Dba Beaver Valley Gas V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Dec 2019

Appeal No. 0971: Andy Rataiczak, Dba Beaver Valley Gas V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission

Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Decisions

Review of Chief's Orders 2018-405, 2018-406, 2018-407, 2018-408, 2019-409


Appeal No. 0972: Andy Rataiczak, Dba Beaver Valley Gas V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Dec 2019

Appeal No. 0972: Andy Rataiczak, Dba Beaver Valley Gas V. Division Of Oil & Gas Resources Management, Ohio Oil & Gas Commission

Ohio Oil & Gas Commission Decisions

Review of Chief's Orders 2018-405, 2018-406, 2018-407, 2018-408, 2019-409


2020 Fellowship Topic Announcement, National Association Of Administrative Law Judiciary Dec 2019

2020 Fellowship Topic Announcement, National Association Of Administrative Law Judiciary

Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary

No abstract provided.


Preview—Atlantic Richfield Company V. Christian: The Intersection Of Superfund And State-Law Restoration Claims, Emily M. Mcculloch Dec 2019

Preview—Atlantic Richfield Company V. Christian: The Intersection Of Superfund And State-Law Restoration Claims, Emily M. Mcculloch

Public Land & Resources Law Review

The Supreme Court of the United States will hear oral arguments in this matter on Tuesday, December 3, 2019, at 11:00 a.m. in the Supreme Court Building in Washington, D.C. Lisa S. Blatt will likely appear for the Petitioner. Joseph R. Palmore will likely appear for the Respondents. Solicitor General Noel J. Francisco will likely argue on behalf of the United States.


Using Skidmore To Dance Around The Chevron Two-Step: Sinclair Wyoming Ref. Co. V. Epa, 887 F.3d 986 (10th Cir. 2017), Aaron P.B. White Dec 2019

Using Skidmore To Dance Around The Chevron Two-Step: Sinclair Wyoming Ref. Co. V. Epa, 887 F.3d 986 (10th Cir. 2017), Aaron P.B. White

Mitchell Hamline Law Review

No abstract provided.


Narrowing The Trapdoor Of The Government Employee Rights Act, Henry Leaman Dec 2019

Narrowing The Trapdoor Of The Government Employee Rights Act, Henry Leaman

Notre Dame Law Review

We should revisit what protections are available to these state workers and push for reforms that further sexual equality. One way to do so is to decrease the size of Title VII’s trapdoor. This Note aims to fight sexual harassment in politics by advocating for a narrower understanding of the trapdoor, such that more plaintiffs are eligible to bring Title VII actions rather than Government Employee Rights Act of 1991 (GERA) actions. Specifically, this Note explains why the “personal staff” trapdoor should be narrowed and then provides a method for how to do so—by settling a circuit split on the …


A Practice Worth Ending: Eps Guidance Harming Long-Term Growth, Rachel G. Miller Dec 2019

A Practice Worth Ending: Eps Guidance Harming Long-Term Growth, Rachel G. Miller

Notre Dame Law Review

This Note focuses on one factor—earnings per share (EPS) guidance—that contributes to myopic behavior and short-termism within public companies. Part I discusses the history of the shareholder primacy norm and the need for management to act in the best interest of its shareholders. Additionally, this Part provides background on EPS guidance and the notion of short-termism. Part II lays out a framework for quarterly reporting and argues that the current disclosure requirements should remain intact. This Part addresses the importance of frequency in quarterly reporting and provides two examples—the United Kingdom and Regulation A—of practices with longer reporting frequencies that …


Changes Are Not Enough: Problems Persist With Ncaa's Adjudicative Policy, Elizabeth Lombard Dec 2019

Changes Are Not Enough: Problems Persist With Ncaa's Adjudicative Policy, Elizabeth Lombard

Notre Dame Law Review

Recently, the critical eye of the public has focused on the adjudicative and enforcement policy of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Social media sites serve as a testament to the rampant shock and confusion that the general population has harbored with regard to the enforcement and adjudication process on the heels of recent, high-profile cases. Witnessing verified sports reporters and outlets refer to the NCAA as powerless or questioning its purpose or existence altogether is evidence of the NCAA’s trying times in the court of public opinion. On the one hand, and rightfully so, one might think that this …


Affordable Renewables - Unjust And Unreasonable?, Grace Brosofsky Dec 2019

Affordable Renewables - Unjust And Unreasonable?, Grace Brosofsky

Cornell Law Review

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)-an independent agency tasked with ensuring 'just and reasonable" energy rates-has begun to use energy market payment systems to prop up fossil fuels. FERC has issued orders that prevent renewables from competing with fossil fuels by forcing renewables to bid into energy markets at artificially high rates. FERC has argued that state clean energy subsidies distort energy markets by "suppressing prices" and pushing "needed" fossil fuel generators out of the market. According to FERC, a federal intervention is necessary to protect "market integrity" and ensure that consumers can access reliable electricity.

This Note argues that …


Progressive Textualism In Administrative Law, Kathryn E. Kovacs Dec 2019

Progressive Textualism In Administrative Law, Kathryn E. Kovacs

Michigan Law Review Online

Nicholas Bagley’s article The Procedure Fetish is destined to be a classic. In it, Bagley systematically dismantles administrative law’s obsession with procedure. He decimates the arguments that procedure is necessary to legit-imize the administrative state and avoid agency capture. He nullifies the con-tention that administrative law is neutral by showing how proceduralism inhibits regulation and “favors a libertarian agenda over a progressive one.” Bagley urges progressives to abandon “gauzy claims about legitimacy and accountability” and approach procedure with skepticism.

The Procedure Fetish addresses the normative question of what adminis-trative law ought to require. Bagley writes about how progressives should solve …