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General Legislation, S. Barrow, A. Strassburg Oct 1991

General Legislation, S. Barrow, A. Strassburg

California Regulatory Law Reporter

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Compounding Or Creating Confusion About Supplemental Jurisdiction? A Reply To Professor Freer, Thomas D. Rowe Jr., Stephen B. Burbank, Thomas M. Mengler Oct 1991

Compounding Or Creating Confusion About Supplemental Jurisdiction? A Reply To Professor Freer, Thomas D. Rowe Jr., Stephen B. Burbank, Thomas M. Mengler

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

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General Legislation, S. Barrow, A. Strassburg Aug 1991

General Legislation, S. Barrow, A. Strassburg

California Regulatory Law Reporter

No abstract provided.


General Legislation, S. Barrow, A. Strassburg May 1991

General Legislation, S. Barrow, A. Strassburg

California Regulatory Law Reporter

No abstract provided.


The Application And Misapplication Of Ohio Rule Of Civil Procedure 54(B), Diane S. Leung Jan 1991

The Application And Misapplication Of Ohio Rule Of Civil Procedure 54(B), Diane S. Leung

Cleveland State Law Review

The rules of civil procedure, seemingly straightforward, can be misinterpreted due to attorney inattentiveness. One rule which has suffered and still is suffering from misinterpretation and misapplication is Ohio Rule of Civil Procedure 54(B), judgment upon multiple claims or involving multiple parties, the subject of this note. The following discussion, an analysis of Rule 54(B), will attempt to accomplish several tasks. First, the note will briefly describe the history, nature, and purpose of the rule. Secondly, it will analyze the major aspects and requirements of Rule 54(B). The analysis will emphasize the facets of the rule which ...


Congress's Paramount Role In Setting The Scope Of Federal Jurisdiction, Michael L. Wells Jan 1991

Congress's Paramount Role In Setting The Scope Of Federal Jurisdiction, Michael L. Wells

Scholarly Works

Article III presents a conundrum for scholars seeking a coherent explanation of the federal courts' role in our system of government. On the one hand, the framers set up the judiciary as a separate branch with jurisdiction over federal law and other matters of federal interest. They granted federal judges life tenure and undiminishable salary in order to preserve judicial independence from executive and legislative pressure. It is evident from these provisions that the framers saw a need for a strong national judiciary. At the same time, article III explicitly leaves to Congress the decision whether to create any lower ...


A Coda On Supplemental Jurisdiction, Stephen B. Burbank, Thomas D. Rowe Jr., Thomas M. Mengler Jan 1991

A Coda On Supplemental Jurisdiction, Stephen B. Burbank, Thomas D. Rowe Jr., Thomas M. Mengler

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


Final Report From The Advisory Group Appointed Pursuant To The Civil Justice Reform Act Of 1990 To The United States District Court For The District Of Delaware, Patrick Johnston Dec 1990

Final Report From The Advisory Group Appointed Pursuant To The Civil Justice Reform Act Of 1990 To The United States District Court For The District Of Delaware, Patrick Johnston

Patrick J. Johnston

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