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Contract Consentability: Autonomy Threats, Benefits, And Framing, Eric A. Zacks Jan 2020

Contract Consentability: Autonomy Threats, Benefits, And Framing, Eric A. Zacks

Law Faculty Research Publications

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Yesterday I Was Lying: Creeping Preclusion Of Reciprocal Fee Awards In Residential Foreclosure Litigation, Eric A. Zacks, Dustin A. Zacks Jan 2019

Yesterday I Was Lying: Creeping Preclusion Of Reciprocal Fee Awards In Residential Foreclosure Litigation, Eric A. Zacks, Dustin A. Zacks

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Tax Foreclosures As Fraudulent Transfers - Are Auctions Really Necessary, Laura B. Bartell Jan 2019

Tax Foreclosures As Fraudulent Transfers - Are Auctions Really Necessary, Laura B. Bartell

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No Brakes: Loan Acceleration And Diminishing Foreclosure Defenses, Eric A. Zacks, Dustin Zacks Jan 2018

No Brakes: Loan Acceleration And Diminishing Foreclosure Defenses, Eric A. Zacks, Dustin Zacks

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Know Everything That Can Be Known About Everybody: The Birth Of The Credit Report, Jonathan Weinberg Jan 2018

Know Everything That Can Be Known About Everybody: The Birth Of The Credit Report, Jonathan Weinberg

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No Brakes: Loan Acceleration And Diminishing Foreclosure Defenses, Eric A. Zacks, Dustin A. Zacks Jan 2018

No Brakes: Loan Acceleration And Diminishing Foreclosure Defenses, Eric A. Zacks, Dustin A. Zacks

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Expanding The Base: A Case For Increased Interprofessional Collaboration In Public Health Law And Policy, Heather A. Walter-Mccable, Marea K. Kinney, Stephanie Q. Quiring, Doug Jerolimov Jan 2017

Expanding The Base: A Case For Increased Interprofessional Collaboration In Public Health Law And Policy, Heather A. Walter-Mccable, Marea K. Kinney, Stephanie Q. Quiring, Doug Jerolimov

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A New Crime For Corporate Misconduct?, Peter J. Henning Jan 2014

A New Crime For Corporate Misconduct?, Peter J. Henning

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A Good Name: Applying Regulatory Takings Analysis To Reputational Damage Caused By Criminal History, Jamila Jefferson-Jones Jan 2013

A Good Name: Applying Regulatory Takings Analysis To Reputational Damage Caused By Criminal History, Jamila Jefferson-Jones

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Straddle Obligations Under Prepetition Contracts – Prepetition Claims, Postpetition Claims Or Administrative Expenses, Laura B. Bartell Jan 2008

Straddle Obligations Under Prepetition Contracts – Prepetition Claims, Postpetition Claims Or Administrative Expenses, Laura B. Bartell

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From Debtors’ Prisons To Prisoner Debtors: Credit Counseling For The Incarcerated, Laura B. Bartell Jan 2008

From Debtors’ Prisons To Prisoner Debtors: Credit Counseling For The Incarcerated, Laura B. Bartell

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The Peripatetic Debtor: Choice Of Law And Choice Of Exemptions, Laura B. Bartell Jan 2006

The Peripatetic Debtor: Choice Of Law And Choice Of Exemptions, Laura B. Bartell

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The Implied Waiver Solution To The Problem Of Privilege In The Individual Bankruptcy Case, Laura B. Bartell Jan 2003

The Implied Waiver Solution To The Problem Of Privilege In The Individual Bankruptcy Case, Laura B. Bartell

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Why Warn? – The Worker Adjustment And Retraining Notification Act In Bankruptcy, Laura B. Bartell Jan 2002

Why Warn? – The Worker Adjustment And Retraining Notification Act In Bankruptcy, Laura B. Bartell

Law Faculty Research Publications

The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification ("WARN") Ace was enacted by Congress in 1988 to provide limited protections to workers whose jobs are suddenly and permanently terminated. The WARN Act generally precludes an "employer" from ordering a "plant closing or mass layoff" until the expiration of a sixty-day period after giving written notice of such proposed action. Pursuant to legislative directive, the Department of Labor ("Department") promulgated a final rule in 1989 interpreting the provisions of the statutory language. Although neither the WARN Act itself nor the final rule makes any reference to bankrupt employers, in the preamble to the …


Analyzing Bank Drafted Letter Of Credit Rules, The International Standby Practice (Isp98), John F. Dolan Jan 2000

Analyzing Bank Drafted Letter Of Credit Rules, The International Standby Practice (Isp98), John F. Dolan

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The Lease Of Money In Bankruptcy: Time For Consistency?, Laura B. Bartell Jan 2000

The Lease Of Money In Bankruptcy: Time For Consistency?, Laura B. Bartell

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Getting To Waiver – A Legislative Solution To State Sovereign Immunity In Bankruptcy After Seminole Tribe, Laura B. Bartell Jan 2000

Getting To Waiver – A Legislative Solution To State Sovereign Immunity In Bankruptcy After Seminole Tribe, Laura B. Bartell

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Between Chiarella And Congress: A Guide To The Private Cause Of Action For Insider Trading Under The Federal Securities Laws, Peter J. Henning Jan 1990

Between Chiarella And Congress: A Guide To The Private Cause Of Action For Insider Trading Under The Federal Securities Laws, Peter J. Henning

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Standby Letters Of Credit And Fraud (Is The Standby Only Another Invention Of The Goldsmiths In Lombard Street?), John F. Dolan Jan 1985

Standby Letters Of Credit And Fraud (Is The Standby Only Another Invention Of The Goldsmiths In Lombard Street?), John F. Dolan

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