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From Dean And Crown To The Tax Reform Act Of 1984: Taxation Of Interest-Free Loans, Michael D. Hartigan Dec 1984

From Dean And Crown To The Tax Reform Act Of 1984: Taxation Of Interest-Free Loans, Michael D. Hartigan

Notre Dame Law Review

No abstract provided.


Structural Analysis Of The Good Moral Character Requirement For Bar Admission, Michael K. Mcchrystal Dec 1984

Structural Analysis Of The Good Moral Character Requirement For Bar Admission, Michael K. Mcchrystal

Notre Dame Law Review

No abstract provided.


Book Essay, Barry Sullivan Dec 1984

Book Essay, Barry Sullivan

Notre Dame Law Review

No abstract provided.


Case Comments, Notre Dame Law Review Editors Dec 1984

Case Comments, Notre Dame Law Review Editors

Notre Dame Law Review

No abstract provided.


Streamlining Antitrust Litigation By "Facial Examination" Of Restraints: The Burger Court And The Per Se-Rule Of Reason Distinction, Edward Brunet Dec 1984

Streamlining Antitrust Litigation By "Facial Examination" Of Restraints: The Burger Court And The Per Se-Rule Of Reason Distinction, Edward Brunet

Washington Law Review

Against a backdrop of a definitional skepticism, this article focuses on the important Burger Court contribution to the per se and rule of reason approaches. The Burger Court now requires a facial examination of antitrust restraints that may improve the lethargic process of antitrust litigation. Much of the article concerns the differences between the per se and rule of reason tests. The Burger Court's decisions, however, require that careful attention be given to the similar and complementary features of the rule of reason and per se methods. The article examines carefully the methodologies courts employ to classify alleged restraints as …


The Washington Environmental Policy Act, William H. Rodgers Jr. Dec 1984

The Washington Environmental Policy Act, William H. Rodgers Jr.

Washington Law Review

As the Washington State Environmental Policy Act of 1971 (SEPA) approaches its fourteenth birthday, the time is ripe for an assessment of its recent history and foreseeable future. Several SEPA milestones have come and gone in the last several months, and a period of stability is in order. Reported Washington decisions citing SEPA now number close to one hundred; more than fifty of these are decisions of the Washington Supreme Court. The books are closed on the two-year efforts of the Washington Commission on Environmental Policy (the SEPA Commission), whose work culminated in a report to the 1983 Legislature. There …


Compromise Merit Review—A Proposal For Both Sides Of The Debate, Gregory Gorder Dec 1984

Compromise Merit Review—A Proposal For Both Sides Of The Debate, Gregory Gorder

Washington Law Review

As is the case with many facets of modem life, government is involved in regulating the primary securities markets. Both federal and state laws require registration of initial securities offerings. Federal registration is procedural in nature, requiring full disclosure. State registiation, on the other hand, usually includes "merit review" of proposed securities offerings; state administrators typically may deny registration of a security if the offering would not be fair, just, and equitable or would be unreasonable in certain respects. This Comment analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of merit review, specifically the discretionary power reposed in the state administrator, and proposes …


Relevance Of Industry Custom In Strict Product Liability, Kathleen M. Doyle Dec 1984

Relevance Of Industry Custom In Strict Product Liability, Kathleen M. Doyle

Washington Law Review

In Lenhardt v. Ford Motor Co., the Supreme Court of Washington held that evidence of industry custom is inadmissible in a strict product liability case. The Washington court held that the custom of the industry is not always a relevant factor in determining the reasonable expectations of the ordinary consumer. The court reasoned that admitting evidence of industry or manufacturers' customs and practices would improperly shift the inquiry from the reasonableness of the buyer's expectations to the reasonableness of the seller's conduct. The court recognized that this shift in focus would introduce concepts of fault that are relevant in a …


Washington Consumer Protection Act—Public Interest And The Private Litigant, David J. Dove Dec 1984

Washington Consumer Protection Act—Public Interest And The Private Litigant, David J. Dove

Washington Law Review

Under Washington's Consumer Protection Act, a private individual has standing to sue for unfair or deceptive business practices. The private litigant may not, however, use the Act as a vehicle to remedy those wrongs that impact only the private individual, because the Act's declared purpose is to protect the public interest. The public interest requirement thus imposes a restriction on the otherwise liberal construction of the Act. The Washington Supreme Court has established two tests by which the public interest requirement may be met: (1) the per se test and (2) the Anhold v. Daniels test.


Domestic Relations Law: Federal Jurisdiction And State Sovereignty In Perspective, Sharon Elizabeth Rush Dec 1984

Domestic Relations Law: Federal Jurisdiction And State Sovereignty In Perspective, Sharon Elizabeth Rush

Notre Dame Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Predicament Of Antitrust Jurisprudence: Economics And The Monopolization Of Price Discrimination Argument, Rudolph J. Peritz Dec 1984

The Predicament Of Antitrust Jurisprudence: Economics And The Monopolization Of Price Discrimination Argument, Rudolph J. Peritz

Duke Law Journal

Adherents to the Law and Economics Approach (LEA) claim that the incoherence of antitrust doctrine is attributable to a "policy at war with itself" and that only an unrivaled regime of efficiency can resolve this predicament. To demonstrate this rule of reason's jurisprudential impossibility as well as its ethical undesirability, Professor Peritz examines three strains of scholarship addressing price discrimination doctrine-an area already dominated by LEA argument. He finds that the LEA's success at the symbolic level only veils its substantive inadequacies. In particular, he explains why the LEA's exclusion from rational argument of the Robinson-Patman Act, antitrust's symbol of …


Journal Staff Dec 1984

Journal Staff

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Squeal Rule: Statutory Resolution And Constitutional Implications—Burdening The Minor’S Right Of Privacy, Brenda D. Hofman Dec 1984

The Squeal Rule: Statutory Resolution And Constitutional Implications—Burdening The Minor’S Right Of Privacy, Brenda D. Hofman

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Response To Fedders Waiver By Conduct (Responses To Fedders), Jean-Lue Lepine Dec 1984

Response To Fedders Waiver By Conduct (Responses To Fedders), Jean-Lue Lepine

University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Newest Configuration Of The Ugly American: A Response To Mr. Fedders (Responses To Fedders), Edward J. Boyle, Jonathan C. Thau Dec 1984

Newest Configuration Of The Ugly American: A Response To Mr. Fedders (Responses To Fedders), Edward J. Boyle, Jonathan C. Thau

University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Response To Fedders Waiver By Conduct (Responses To Fedders), Werner De Capitani Dec 1984

Response To Fedders Waiver By Conduct (Responses To Fedders), Werner De Capitani

University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Response To Fedders Waiver By Conduct (Responses To Fedders), Eddy Wymeersch Dec 1984

Response To Fedders Waiver By Conduct (Responses To Fedders), Eddy Wymeersch

University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


The Internationalized Securities Market And International Law--A Reply To John M. Fedders (Responses To Fedders), Michael Singer Dec 1984

The Internationalized Securities Market And International Law--A Reply To John M. Fedders (Responses To Fedders), Michael Singer

University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Jurisdictional Standards Under Eec Competition Law: The Evolution Of The Economic Entity Test, Victor M. Lopez-Balboa, Jennifer Myers Dec 1984

Jurisdictional Standards Under Eec Competition Law: The Evolution Of The Economic Entity Test, Victor M. Lopez-Balboa, Jennifer Myers

University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Dec 1984

Table Of Contents

Tulsa Law Review

No abstract provided.


Fundamental Defect In Appellate Review Of Error In The Texas Jury Charge Procedure Forum., Michael J. Mccormick, John A. Convery, Linda Icenhauer-Ramirez Dec 1984

Fundamental Defect In Appellate Review Of Error In The Texas Jury Charge Procedure Forum., Michael J. Mccormick, John A. Convery, Linda Icenhauer-Ramirez

St. Mary's Law Journal

Abstract Forthcoming.


Osages, Iron Horses And Reversionary Interests: The Impact Of United States V. Atterberry On Railroad Abandonments, Sharon J. Bell Dec 1984

Osages, Iron Horses And Reversionary Interests: The Impact Of United States V. Atterberry On Railroad Abandonments, Sharon J. Bell

Tulsa Law Review

No abstract provided.


Rethinking The Rule Of Reason: From Professional Engineers To Ncaa, Barry Wertheimer Dec 1984

Rethinking The Rule Of Reason: From Professional Engineers To Ncaa, Barry Wertheimer

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


New Texas Venue Statute: Legislative History Procedure Forum., Dan R. Price Dec 1984

New Texas Venue Statute: Legislative History Procedure Forum., Dan R. Price

St. Mary's Law Journal

Abstract Forthcoming.


Memoirs In A Classical Style, Michael Boudin Dec 1984

Memoirs In A Classical Style, Michael Boudin

University of Pennsylvania Law Review

No abstract provided.


Masthead, Editors Dec 1984

Masthead, Editors

University of Pennsylvania Law Review

No abstract provided.


On Blazing Trials: Judge Friendly And Federal Jurisdiction, David P. Currie Dec 1984

On Blazing Trials: Judge Friendly And Federal Jurisdiction, David P. Currie

University of Pennsylvania Law Review

No abstract provided.


Role Of Federal Courts In Changing State Law: The Employment At Will Doctrine In Pennsylvania, Mark R. Kramer Dec 1984

Role Of Federal Courts In Changing State Law: The Employment At Will Doctrine In Pennsylvania, Mark R. Kramer

University of Pennsylvania Law Review

No abstract provided.


Worker Participation In Sweden And The United States: Some Comparisons From An American Perspective, Clyde Summers Dec 1984

Worker Participation In Sweden And The United States: Some Comparisons From An American Perspective, Clyde Summers

University of Pennsylvania Law Review

No abstract provided.


Markets For Power: An Analysis Of Elctrical Utility Deregulation, Almarin Phillips Dec 1984

Markets For Power: An Analysis Of Elctrical Utility Deregulation, Almarin Phillips

University of Pennsylvania Law Review

No abstract provided.