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End Of An Error: Replacing Manifest Disregard With A New Framework For Reviewing Arbitration Awards, The, Kenneth R. Davis Jan 2012

End Of An Error: Replacing Manifest Disregard With A New Framework For Reviewing Arbitration Awards, The, Kenneth R. Davis

Cleveland State Law Review

Guided by the purposes of the FAA, its legislative history, and the role of commercial arbitration in modern society, this Article proposes a new framework for the judicial review of arbitration awards. Awards deciding federal statutory rights such as those conferred by securities law and civil rights law should be reviewed for errors of law. As recognized in Wilko and McMahon, federal rights deserve protection, even in arbitration. There is one other type of award that requires judicial correction. Despite the statements in Hall Street and Concepcion that the FAA provides the exclusive grounds for vacatur, the courts must correct ...


Is The United States Tax Court Exempt From Administrative Law Jurisprudence When Acting As A Reviewing Court , Diane L. Fahey Jan 2010

Is The United States Tax Court Exempt From Administrative Law Jurisprudence When Acting As A Reviewing Court , Diane L. Fahey

Cleveland State Law Review

Commentators have argued that the Tax Court should fill in the gaps in its statutory authority for collection due process appeals by turning to traditional administrative law jurisprudence, including the APA, which suggestion the Tax Court has resisted despite the fact that the federal district court did so. The majority of the Tax Court insists that it has never been subject to administrative law jurisprudence or the APA, nor could it be. Most of the courts of appeals that have considered the issue have held that the Tax Court is bound by the APA and traditional administrative law jurisprudence when ...


Does Congress Find Facts Or Construct Them - The Ascendance Of Politics Over Reliability, Perfected In Gonzales V. Carhart, Elizabeth De Coux Jan 2008

Does Congress Find Facts Or Construct Them - The Ascendance Of Politics Over Reliability, Perfected In Gonzales V. Carhart, Elizabeth De Coux

Cleveland State Law Review

The disparity between the rules of courts and the rules of Congress gives rise to this question: is the rigor-or lack of it-with which Congress evaluates the reliability of evidence an appropriate factor for courts to consider in deciding whether to defer to a congressional finding? In this Article, I consider whether Congress should adopt rules to fill the void. In Part I, I give a brief summary of the development and use of Congressional Committees. In Part II, I analyze several modern-day congressional hearings in an effort to examine the degree to which Congress and its committees require that ...


Noam Chomsky And Judicial Review, James G. Wilson Jan 1996

Noam Chomsky And Judicial Review, James G. Wilson

Cleveland State Law Review

This Commentary will consider four authorities who are hardly considered standard-bearers of the Left: Aristotle, Edmund Burke, James Madison, and Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. Insights from Aristotle, Burke, Madison, Holmes, and Chomsky will be combined into following set of propositions: (1) the Supreme Court has a constitutional and historical obligation to resist tyranny and other forms of constitutional perversion and factionalism; (2) the Supreme Court has a unique duty and capacity to combat abuses of private power; (3) private corporations and the well-to-do have gained so much power that they have become a dangerous faction that is turning our government ...


Due Process, Judicial Review, And The Rights Of The Individual, Edward D. Re Jan 1991

Due Process, Judicial Review, And The Rights Of The Individual, Edward D. Re

Cleveland State Law Review

As a federal judge I fully appreciate the role of the judiciary in reviewing the actions of administrative agencies. Hence, I am pleased to discuss the concepts of due process, judicial review, and the rights of the individual. Since it cannot be questioned that public officers and administrative agencies vitally affect the lives and interests of all persons, it is important to know the legal controls and remedies that are available to assure that public officials act lawfully. This, of course, implies that all administrators and officers of government must act within the bounds of their delegated authority and comply ...


Adjusting The Equities In Franchise Termination: A Sui Generis Approach, Richard A. Greco Jr. Jan 1981

Adjusting The Equities In Franchise Termination: A Sui Generis Approach, Richard A. Greco Jr.

Cleveland State Law Review

The scope of troubled areas in the franchising industry is nearly as broad as the variety of goods and services available through franchised systems. This Note cannot attempt even an overview of all the problems that confront the industry; instead the discussion will focus on one recurring problem within the industry: the rights of the parties engaged in a franchise relation following the termination of that relationship.


Judicial Review Of Zoning Adminstration, Richard A. Pelletier Jan 1973

Judicial Review Of Zoning Adminstration, Richard A. Pelletier

Cleveland State Law Review

This discussion will focus on the role of the courts in zoning administration judicial review. More specifically, the limitations of that role, as it is now employed, will be examined with a suggested alternative. However, beforye a meaningful explanation of that topic can be undertaken it is necessary to provide a brief description of the zoning procedure before judicial review is summoned into the fray. For this reason, the initial portion of this comment is devoted to a general discussion of the source of the municipality's authority to promulgate zoning ordinances, and the makeup and function of the local ...