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54/12/17 Blythin Outlines Possible Verdicts In Charge To Jury, Cleveland Press Dec 2015

54/12/17 Blythin Outlines Possible Verdicts In Charge To Jury, Cleveland Press

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The article describes the legal directions Judge Blythin gave the trial jury to follow to find a verdict. He also discussed the different degrees of guilt possible in the verdict, the difference between direct evidence and circumstantial evidence, and the jury's option to recommend mercy (so Sam wouldn't face the death penalty.)


The Changing Landscape Of Trademark Law In Tinseltown: From Debbie Does Dallas To The Hangover, John Tehranian, Mark Bartholomew Dec 2015

The Changing Landscape Of Trademark Law In Tinseltown: From Debbie Does Dallas To The Hangover, John Tehranian, Mark Bartholomew

Contributions to Books

This Essay, a chapter published in the book Hollywood and the Law (Palgrave Macmillan / British Film Institute, 2015), explores how courts have sought to balance the competing interests at stake when filmmakers make unauthorized uses of trademarks in their work and brand owners threaten liability for infringement. Using the seminal Rogers v. Grimaldi decision as a key pivot point, the Essay traces the remarkable change in approaches that courts have taken to First Amendment defenses in trademark cases in the past few decades. In presenting case studies of two opinions -- Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, Inc. v. Pussycat Cinema, Ltd. …


Motions 2015 Volume 52 Number 4, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association Dec 2015

Motions 2015 Volume 52 Number 4, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association

Newspaper, Motions (1987-2019)

No abstract provided.


Torch (December 2015), Brandon Baldwin, Civil Rights Team Project Dec 2015

Torch (December 2015), Brandon Baldwin, Civil Rights Team Project

Torch: The Civil Rights Team Project Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Volume 99, Number 3 (2015) Dec 2015

Volume 99, Number 3 (2015)

Judicature

No abstract provided.


Personal Responsibility For Systemic Inequality, Martha T. Mccluskey Nov 2015

Personal Responsibility For Systemic Inequality, Martha T. Mccluskey

Contributions to Books

Published as Chapter 15 in Research Handbook on Political Economy and Law, Ugo Mattei & John D. Haskell, eds.

Equality has faded as a guiding ideal for legal theory and policy. An updated message of personal responsibility has helped rationalize economic policies fostering increased inequality and insecurity. In this revised message, economic “losers” should take personal responsibility not only for the harmful effects of their individual economic decisions, but also for the harmful effects of systemic failures beyond their individual control or action. In response to the 2008 financial crisis, this re-tooled message of personal responsibility promoted mass austerity in …


Volume 89, Issue 7 (2015) Nov 2015

Volume 89, Issue 7 (2015)

Obiter Dicta

No abstract provided.


What Can Animal Law Learn From Environmental Law?, Randall S. Abate Nov 2015

What Can Animal Law Learn From Environmental Law?, Randall S. Abate

Faculty Workshops

Professor Randall S. Abate, now affiliated with The George Washington University Law School, presented on his recently published book, What Can Animal Law Learn form Environmental Law? The workshop focused on how the fields of environmental law and animal law can work in concert. The Workshop was presented in collaboration with the FIU Law Student Animal Legal Defense Fund and FIU Law Environmental Law Society student organizations.


Law, Religion, And Politics: Understanding The Separation Of Church And State, Richard Garnett Nov 2015

Law, Religion, And Politics: Understanding The Separation Of Church And State, Richard Garnett

Faculty Workshops

Professor Richard Garnett, of University of Notre Dame Law School, presented on the topic Law, Religion, and Politics: Understanding the Separation of Church and State. This workshop was presented as part of the Hesburgh Lecture Series through the Alumni & Friends of University of Notre Dame and was co-sponsored by the Notre Dame Alumni Club of Miami. This workshop examined how to understand the Constitution's "separation of church and state" and what it requires of religious believers and institutions.


Volume 89, Issue 6 (2015) Nov 2015

Volume 89, Issue 6 (2015)

Obiter Dicta

No abstract provided.


Motions 2015 Volume 52 Number 3, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association Nov 2015

Motions 2015 Volume 52 Number 3, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association

Newspaper, Motions (1987-2019)

No abstract provided.


The Opinion Volume 48 Issue 1 – November 1, 2015, The Opinion Nov 2015

The Opinion Volume 48 Issue 1 – November 1, 2015, The Opinion

The Opinion Newspaper (all issues)

The Opinion newspaper issue dated November, 1, 2015


2015 Byu Law School Annual Report, J. Reuben Clark Law School Nov 2015

2015 Byu Law School Annual Report, J. Reuben Clark Law School

The BYU Advocate (& Annual Reports)

No abstract provided.


E-Museletter: November 2015, Kathleen Klepfer Nov 2015

E-Museletter: November 2015, Kathleen Klepfer

Museletter

This Issue:

24-Hour Access to the Law Library

Library Hours

Mandatory Exam 4 Training for all LL.M., Transfer, and Exchange Students

Welcome to our new Head of Reference, Research, and Instructional Services! (Jason Zarin)

Talking/Noise in the Law Library

Clean Your Carrel!

[Study Room Reservations]

Study Aids in the Law Library


Construction And Development Financing V1 & V2, Marshall E. Tracht, Alvin L. Arnold Nov 2015

Construction And Development Financing V1 & V2, Marshall E. Tracht, Alvin L. Arnold

Books

Providing innovative strategies for financing land acquisitions, construction, and development, Construction and Development Financing covers every aspect of negotiating ADC financing. Allowing fast, easy and on-point research, this book covers:

• The consequences of default

• Environmental assessments

• ADA compliance

• New money sources

• Lender liability

• Stalled nonresidential construction

• New FHA rules for condominiums

• Mitigating construction fraud

• A new program of tax credits

Section titles discuss:

• Land loans

• Land development loans

• Construction loans: application, underwriting approval, and commitment

• Enforcement and workouts

• Other financing transactions

• Public policy

• Much …


The Law Book: From Hammurabi To The International Criminal Court, 250 Milestones In The History Of Law (Sterling), Michael Roffer Nov 2015

The Law Book: From Hammurabi To The International Criminal Court, 250 Milestones In The History Of Law (Sterling), Michael Roffer

Books

The Law Book explores 250 of the most significant legal issues, cases, trials, and events that have profoundly changed our world. Although the heaviest emphasis is on American law it also touches on more than a dozen countries and the European Union, laws relating to Antarctica and Outer Space, and principles of international law. Among the topics it explores are the earliest legal codes, the role of juries, slavery and emancipation, civil rights, Native Americans, copyright, the press and free speech, immigration, censorship and obscenity, the environment, war and international relations, war crimes and trials, the insanity defense, taxation, prohibition, …


Volume 89, Issue 5 (2015) Oct 2015

Volume 89, Issue 5 (2015)

Obiter Dicta

No abstract provided.


Volume 89, Issue 4 (2015) Oct 2015

Volume 89, Issue 4 (2015)

Obiter Dicta

No abstract provided.


Amicus (Fall 2015), University Of Colorado Law School Oct 2015

Amicus (Fall 2015), University Of Colorado Law School

Amicus

Issue at a glance:

  • Illustrates Colorado Law's commitment to engaged faculty scholarship
  • Describes cutting-edge faculty research and upcoming lectures
  • Honors three of Colorado Law's most esteemed faculty
  • Features law students' success in entrepreneurial competition
  • Highlights the student-driven University of Colorado Law Review
  • Delivers advice for current students from alumni
  • Recognizes loyal donors
  • Celebrates milestones and successes of Colorado Law alumni


Motions 2015 Volume 52 Number 2, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association Oct 2015

Motions 2015 Volume 52 Number 2, University Of San Diego School Of Law Student Bar Association

Newspaper, Motions (1987-2019)

No abstract provided.


Perspectives - William Morrish, Professor Of Urban Ecologies At Parsons The New School For Design, James Hagy Oct 2015

Perspectives - William Morrish, Professor Of Urban Ecologies At Parsons The New School For Design, James Hagy

Rooftops Project

How can arts organizations with an aspiration to build their own facilities connect project design both with the broader community and with financial sustainability? The Rooftops Project’s Zulaihat Nauzo and Professor James Hagy talk with William Morrish, Professor of Urban Ecologies at Parsons The New School for Design.


Of Counsel, Volume 17 | Fall 2015, North Carolina Central University School Of Law Oct 2015

Of Counsel, Volume 17 | Fall 2015, North Carolina Central University School Of Law

Of Counsel

No abstract provided.


Faculty Perspectives - Fall 2015, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law Oct 2015

Faculty Perspectives - Fall 2015, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law

Faculty Perspectives

This issue features excerpts from exciting and innovative works by faculty members Kimberly Bailey, Alexander Boni-Saenz and Richard Warner.

Also featured: An excerpt from Daniel M. Katz's The MIT School of Law?, which discusses new directions for legal education.


E-Museletter: October 2015, Kathleen Klepfer Oct 2015

E-Museletter: October 2015, Kathleen Klepfer

Museletter

This Issue:

Research Tips and Technology, Skype Interviews, and more in our A'Muse sessions

Library Hours

Banned Books Week

[Study Room Reservations]

Richmond Journal of Law and the Public Interest [on scholarship repository]


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 57 Number 1, Fall 2015, Santa Clara University Oct 2015

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 57 Number 1, Fall 2015, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

24 - ART HAPPENING HERE Inside the Edward M. Dowd Art & Art History Building. Illustration by Harry Campbell. Words by Steven Boyd Saum.

28 - CALL HER A WORLD CHAMPION And call them America’s Team. Julie Johnston ’14 and the Women’s World Cup. By Ann Killion.

34 - A WILD GENEROSITY The energy and genius of Steve Nash ’96 on the court. By Brian Doyle.

37 - BELIEVE IN US An oral history of a 1993 NCAA playoff game that became an upset for the ages. By Jeff Gire and Harold Gutmann.

40 - CHANGE THE GAME Pope Francis …


Torch (October 2015), Brandon Baldwin, Civil Rights Team Project Oct 2015

Torch (October 2015), Brandon Baldwin, Civil Rights Team Project

Torch: The Civil Rights Team Project Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Volume 39, Issue 2 (Fall 2015) Oct 2015

Volume 39, Issue 2 (Fall 2015)

Transcript

No abstract provided.


Florida State Law Alumni Magazine (Fall 2015), Florida State University College Of Law Office Of Development And Alumni Affairs Oct 2015

Florida State Law Alumni Magazine (Fall 2015), Florida State University College Of Law Office Of Development And Alumni Affairs

Alumni Newsletter & FSU Law Magazine

No abstract provided.


North Dakota Law, Rob Carolin Oct 2015

North Dakota Law, Rob Carolin

North Dakota Law

Alumni Magazine of the University of North Dakota School of Law


Clark Memorandum: Fall 2015, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Byu Law School Alumni Association, J. Reuben Clark Law Society Oct 2015

Clark Memorandum: Fall 2015, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Byu Law School Alumni Association, J. Reuben Clark Law Society

The Clark Memorandum