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Trends. Terrorism, Terror Management, And Faking Mental Disorder, Ibpp Editor Dec 2000

Trends. Terrorism, Terror Management, And Faking Mental Disorder, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article highlights the difficulty of determining if defendants on trial are faking mental disorder. The case in question involves the bombing of United States embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.


Initial Public Offerings And Professional Sports Teams: The Regulations Work, But Are Owners And Investors Listening?, Robert Bacon Dec 2000

Initial Public Offerings And Professional Sports Teams: The Regulations Work, But Are Owners And Investors Listening?, Robert Bacon

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Antitrust Law - Baseball - The Sale And Relocation Of A Professional Baseball Franchise Is An Integral Aspect Of The Sport And Therefore Exempt From Antitrust Law So That Civil Investigative Demands Cannot Be Enforced - Minnesota Twins Partnership V. State Of Minnesota, 592 N.W.2d 847 (Minn. 1999)., William C. Dunning Dec 2000

Antitrust Law - Baseball - The Sale And Relocation Of A Professional Baseball Franchise Is An Integral Aspect Of The Sport And Therefore Exempt From Antitrust Law So That Civil Investigative Demands Cannot Be Enforced - Minnesota Twins Partnership V. State Of Minnesota, 592 N.W.2d 847 (Minn. 1999)., William C. Dunning

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Dec 2000

Table Of Contents

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Joe Dimaggio: The Yankee Clipper Has Left And Gone Away, Richard Dewland, Joseph Majka Dec 2000

Joe Dimaggio: The Yankee Clipper Has Left And Gone Away, Richard Dewland, Joseph Majka

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


The Doping Crisis In International Athletic Competition: Lessons From The Chinese Doping Scandal In Women's Swimming, David Galluzzi Dec 2000

The Doping Crisis In International Athletic Competition: Lessons From The Chinese Doping Scandal In Women's Swimming, David Galluzzi

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


How Agent Competition And Corruption Affects Sports And The Athlete-Agent Relationship And What Can Be Done To Control It, Bryan Couch Dec 2000

How Agent Competition And Corruption Affects Sports And The Athlete-Agent Relationship And What Can Be Done To Control It, Bryan Couch

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Tort Law - Recreational Activity - Standard Of Care - Co-Participants In Recreational Activities Owe Each Other A Duty Not To Act Recklessly - Ritchie-Gamester V. City Of Berkley, 597 N.W.2d 517 (Mich. 1999)., Melissa Cohen Dec 2000

Tort Law - Recreational Activity - Standard Of Care - Co-Participants In Recreational Activities Owe Each Other A Duty Not To Act Recklessly - Ritchie-Gamester V. City Of Berkley, 597 N.W.2d 517 (Mich. 1999)., Melissa Cohen

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Dec 2000

Table Of Contents

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Athlete Agent Solicitation Of Athlete Clients: Statutory Authorization And Prohibition, Diane Sudia, Rob Remis Dec 2000

Athlete Agent Solicitation Of Athlete Clients: Statutory Authorization And Prohibition, Diane Sudia, Rob Remis

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Statutory Regulation Of Agent Gifts To Athletes, Diane Sudia, Rob Remis Dec 2000

Statutory Regulation Of Agent Gifts To Athletes, Diane Sudia, Rob Remis

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Major League Soccer: Antitrust, The Single Entity, And The Heightened Demand For A Labor Movement In The New Professional Soccer League, Phillip Lawrence Wright Jr. Dec 2000

Major League Soccer: Antitrust, The Single Entity, And The Heightened Demand For A Labor Movement In The New Professional Soccer League, Phillip Lawrence Wright Jr.

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Cancellation Of The Washington Redskins' Federal Trademark Registrations: Should Sports Team Names, Mascots And Logos Contain Native American Symbolism?, Kristin E. Behrendt Dec 2000

Cancellation Of The Washington Redskins' Federal Trademark Registrations: Should Sports Team Names, Mascots And Logos Contain Native American Symbolism?, Kristin E. Behrendt

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


The Scope Of Title Ix Protection Gains Yardage As Courts Continue To Tackle The Contact Sports Exception, Kimberly Capadona Dec 2000

The Scope Of Title Ix Protection Gains Yardage As Courts Continue To Tackle The Contact Sports Exception, Kimberly Capadona

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


First Amendment - Petitioning Clause -Prelitigation Threats Made With Probable Cause Enjoy The Same Level Of Protection From Liability As Litigation Itself Under The Noerr-Pennington Petitioning Immunity Doctrine - Cardtoons V. Major League Baseball Players Ass'n, 182 F.3d 1132 (10th Cir. 1999), Sanjay Ibrahim Dec 2000

First Amendment - Petitioning Clause -Prelitigation Threats Made With Probable Cause Enjoy The Same Level Of Protection From Liability As Litigation Itself Under The Noerr-Pennington Petitioning Immunity Doctrine - Cardtoons V. Major League Baseball Players Ass'n, 182 F.3d 1132 (10th Cir. 1999), Sanjay Ibrahim

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Conscripting State Law To Protect Volunteers: The Odd Formulation Of Federalism In "Opt-Out" Preemption, Alfred R. Light Dec 2000

Conscripting State Law To Protect Volunteers: The Odd Formulation Of Federalism In "Opt-Out" Preemption, Alfred R. Light

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Athlete Agent Contracts: Legislative Regulation, Diane Sudia, Rob Remis Dec 2000

Athlete Agent Contracts: Legislative Regulation, Diane Sudia, Rob Remis

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Abortion, Capital Punishment, And The Politics Of "God's" Will, Kimberly J. Cook Dec 2000

Abortion, Capital Punishment, And The Politics Of "God's" Will, Kimberly J. Cook

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

In her paper, Professor Kimberly J. Cook uses statistics to illustrate the role the Christian Right plays in the public discourse over two issues permeated with religious overtones: abortion and the death penalty. She shows how the Christian Right's approach to these issues is based on an ideological notion of 'Justice " that is primarily focused on vengeance and punishment, to the exclusion of forgiveness. Professor Cook's exploration of the modern roots of this ideology leads to a movement dating from the 1960s known as Christian Reconstructionism, which advocates using state action to enforce its unique interpretation of "God's Will." …


Religious Organizations And The Death Penalty, Robert F. Drinan Dec 2000

Religious Organizations And The Death Penalty, Robert F. Drinan

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

Over the past several years, many questions have been raised concerning the application and effectiveness of the death penalty. Ironically, the Catholic Church, a long-time supporter of the death penalty, has become one of the most vocal critics of the death penalty. In this Essay, Father Robert F. Drinan documents the Church's new-found opposition to the death penalty, and discusses the influence the Church will have on the future of the death penalty.


Islam And The Death Penalty, William A. Schabas Dec 2000

Islam And The Death Penalty, William A. Schabas

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

Capital punishment is not practiced by a majority of the world's states. Anti-capital punishment domestic policies have led to an international law of human rights that emphatically prohibits cruel and inhuman punishment. International concern for the abolition of capital punishment has prompted Islamic states that still endorse and practice the death penalty to respond with equally compelling concerns based on the tenets of Islamic law. Professor William A. Schabas suggests that Islamic states view capital punishment according to the principles embodied in the Koran. Islamic law functions on the belief that all people have a right to life unless the …


The Role Of Organized Religions In Changing Death Penalty Debates, Michael L. Radelet Dec 2000

The Role Of Organized Religions In Changing Death Penalty Debates, Michael L. Radelet

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

In his Article, Professor Michael L. Radelet describes a global decline in the use of the death penalty, the United Nation's progressively stronger stance against executions, and a growing opposition to capital punishment in the United States. This decrease is attributed to both empirical studies casting doubt on the death penalty's efficacy in promoting its stated underlying goals, and to the increasingly vocal stance of religious leaders morally opposed to capital punishment. Nevertheless, the decline in other justifications for capital punishment has been met with increasing reliance on retribution as the primary argument in its support. Professor Radelet argues that …


Don't Take His Eye, Don't Take His Tooth, And Don't Cast The First Stone: Limiting Religious Arguments In Capital Cases, John H. Blume, Sheri Lynn Johnson Dec 2000

Don't Take His Eye, Don't Take His Tooth, And Don't Cast The First Stone: Limiting Religious Arguments In Capital Cases, John H. Blume, Sheri Lynn Johnson

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

Professors John H. Blume and Sheri Lynn Johnson explore the occurrences of religious imagery and argument invoked by both prosecutors and defense attorneys in capital cases. Such invocation of religious imagery and argument by attorneys is not surprising, considering that the jurors who hear such arguments are making life and death decisions, and advocates, absent regulation, will resort to such emotionally compelling arguments. Also surveying judicial responses to such arguments in courts, Professors Blume and Johnson gauge the level of tolerance for such arguments in specific jurisdictions. Presenting proposed rules for prosecutors and defense counsel who wish to employ religious …


The Founders Go On-Line: An Original Intent Solution To A Jurisdictional Dilemma, Christine G. Heslinga Dec 2000

The Founders Go On-Line: An Original Intent Solution To A Jurisdictional Dilemma, Christine G. Heslinga

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

The Internet has created a blossoming cyber-economy and a new way of conducting business. Unfortunately for those looking for jurisdictional certainty, however, cyberspace also effectively eliminates geographic boundaries. The unprecedented circumstances set by this new frontier have put federal courts in the unenviable position of deciding whether Internet-based cases meet diversity jurisdiction requirements. Examining the constitutional history and recent use of diversity, this Note argues that the Founders did not foresee an era where every contract or sales case would end up in federal court; rather, they intended diversity jurisdiction to be a rare and perhaps temporary proposition. The author …


Shall It Be Said That My Dusk Was In Truth My Dawn? What States Can Gleam From The Environmental Consequences Of Deregulating Electricity In California, Michael Kantro Dec 2000

Shall It Be Said That My Dusk Was In Truth My Dawn? What States Can Gleam From The Environmental Consequences Of Deregulating Electricity In California, Michael Kantro

William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review

No abstract provided.


Markets For Nature, Barton H. Thompson Jr. Dec 2000

Markets For Nature, Barton H. Thompson Jr.

William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review

No abstract provided.


Choices And Institutions In Watershed Management, Jon Cannon Dec 2000

Choices And Institutions In Watershed Management, Jon Cannon

William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review

No abstract provided.


The Importance Of Getting Names Right: The Myth Of Markets For Water, Joseph W. Dellapenna Dec 2000

The Importance Of Getting Names Right: The Myth Of Markets For Water, Joseph W. Dellapenna

William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review

No abstract provided.


Restoring Polluted Waters With Public Values, Wendy E. Wagner Dec 2000

Restoring Polluted Waters With Public Values, Wendy E. Wagner

William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review

No abstract provided.


Pay Equity For Coaches And Athletic Administrators: An Element Of Title Ix?, Barbara Osborne, Marilyn V. Yarbrough Dec 2000

Pay Equity For Coaches And Athletic Administrators: An Element Of Title Ix?, Barbara Osborne, Marilyn V. Yarbrough

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

In this Article, Professors Osborne and Yarbrough address the issue of gender discrimination in the compensation of coaches and athletic administrators. They discuss the application of the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and Title VII to pay inequity claims and conclude that both have proven to be inadequate as a means of addressing the problem. Professors Osborne and Yarbrough then present Title IX as a way of countering the problem of gender discrimination in the compensation of coaches. They also discuss the prospects for gender equality in compensation by considering several cases addressing the issue. Finally, they offer recommendations both …


An "Olympics" Approach: A More Equitable Approach To Athletics Than Title Ix Offers, Marcia Federbush Dec 2000

An "Olympics" Approach: A More Equitable Approach To Athletics Than Title Ix Offers, Marcia Federbush

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

A speech from Marcia Federbush, the writer of the first comprehensive Title IX complaint against a major university - the University of Michigan.