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Risk Of Loss And The Uniform Commercial Code: The Unlamented Passing Of Passing The Title, Patrick L. Baude Jan 1965

Risk Of Loss And The Uniform Commercial Code: The Unlamented Passing Of Passing The Title, Patrick L. Baude

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Land Data Banks, F. Reed Dickerson Jan 1965

Land Data Banks, F. Reed Dickerson

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Automation And The Lawyer, F. Reed Dickerson Jan 1965

Automation And The Lawyer, F. Reed Dickerson

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Computers and automation have brought about what some have called the "Second Industrial Revolution." But automation is most frequently considered and discussed as it applies to industry or to scientific research. In this article, Professor Dickerson points out that lawyers, too, are already greatly affected by the age of automation. Computers can probably be most useful to lawyers in the area of research, but as the writer indicates, they can and are being used for such diverse things as estate planning, legislative redistricting and predicting in advance the outcome of judicial decisions.


Agency Development Of Policy Through Rule-Making, Ralph F. Fuchs Jan 1965

Agency Development Of Policy Through Rule-Making, Ralph F. Fuchs

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Human Rights In South Africa, John T. Baker Jan 1965

Human Rights In South Africa, John T. Baker

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Book Review. Les Nouveaux États Dans Les Relations Internationales Edited By J. B. Duroselle And J. Meyriat, A. A. Fatouros Jan 1965

Book Review. Les Nouveaux États Dans Les Relations Internationales Edited By J. B. Duroselle And J. Meyriat, A. A. Fatouros

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Section 8 (A) (3) Of The Nlra And The Effort To Insulate Free Employee Choice, Julius G. Getman Jan 1965

Section 8 (A) (3) Of The Nlra And The Effort To Insulate Free Employee Choice, Julius G. Getman

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Horizontal And Vertical Restraints Of Trade: The Legality Of Motion Picture Splits Under The Antitrust Laws, James S. Gordon Jan 1965

Horizontal And Vertical Restraints Of Trade: The Legality Of Motion Picture Splits Under The Antitrust Laws, James S. Gordon

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An Experiment In Preventive Anti-Trust: Judicial Regulation Of The Motion Picture Exhibition Market Under The Paramount Decrees, James S. Gordon Jan 1965

An Experiment In Preventive Anti-Trust: Judicial Regulation Of The Motion Picture Exhibition Market Under The Paramount Decrees, James S. Gordon

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Television, Tort Law, And Federalism, Robert M. O'Neil Jan 1965

Television, Tort Law, And Federalism, Robert M. O'Neil

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How And By Whom May An Offer Be Accepted?, Wencelas J. Wagner Jan 1965

How And By Whom May An Offer Be Accepted?, Wencelas J. Wagner

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Parolee Not Protected Against Unreasonable Searches And Seizures By His Parole Officer, Roger B. Dworkin Jan 1965

Parolee Not Protected Against Unreasonable Searches And Seizures By His Parole Officer, Roger B. Dworkin

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Cargo Preference And Flag Discrimination In International Shipping -- Actions And Reactions, F. Thomas Schornhorst, James R. Patton Jr. Jan 1965

Cargo Preference And Flag Discrimination In International Shipping -- Actions And Reactions, F. Thomas Schornhorst, James R. Patton Jr.

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Book Review. The Wagner Act Cases By Richard C. Cortner, Julius G. Getman Jan 1965

Book Review. The Wagner Act Cases By Richard C. Cortner, Julius G. Getman

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One Approach To Teaching Legal Drafting, Reed Dickerson Jan 1965

One Approach To Teaching Legal Drafting, Reed Dickerson

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A Legal Document Retrieval System For The Federal Aviation Agency, F. Reed Dickerson Jan 1965

A Legal Document Retrieval System For The Federal Aviation Agency, F. Reed Dickerson

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Integration And Economic Development, Robert L. Birmingham Jan 1965

Integration And Economic Development, Robert L. Birmingham

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In this paper I shall attempt to evaluate the potential impact of economic association among underdeveloped countries. Attention is centered on gain achievable by participating states as a group: world welfare alteration appears devoid of normative implication to the national decision maker, while questions of internal distribution of union benefit are too complex for summary treatment. Conclusions of amalgamation efficacy rest jointly on abstract analysis and deduction from empirical economic parameters; discussion of trade and development theory is extended beyond that logically necessary for argument coherence to provide a brief introduction to relevant recent thought.


Family Law (Survey Of Kansas Law), Dan Hopson Jr., John W. Brand Jr. Jan 1965

Family Law (Survey Of Kansas Law), Dan Hopson Jr., John W. Brand Jr.

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Income Tax Aspects Of Gifts And Leasebacks Of Business Property In Trust, William W. Oliver Jan 1965

Income Tax Aspects Of Gifts And Leasebacks Of Business Property In Trust, William W. Oliver

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Rental deductions for a grantor who transfers property used in his business into a short term trust and then leases it back have been at issue in three recent cases, with the deduction being denied in two of the three cases. Some of the concepts used by the courts in these cases are of doubtful help in analyzing the problems, and there is a need for further clarification before tax consequences can be predicted with a reasonable degree of assurance. There is a possibility that the income will be taxed to the trust, even though a deduction is denied the ...