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Scope Of The Uniform Commercial Code: Advances In Technology And Survey Of Computer Contracting Cases, Harold R. Weinberg, Ameila H. Boss, William J. Woodward Jr. Aug 1993

Scope Of The Uniform Commercial Code: Advances In Technology And Survey Of Computer Contracting Cases, Harold R. Weinberg, Ameila H. Boss, William J. Woodward Jr.

Law Faculty Scholarly Articles

Since the 1940s, the technology revolution has enabled people to communicate electronically. Sitting at a computer terminal connected to a modem and a telephone wire, it is possible to send a message anywhere in the country (or throughout the world)β€”to another computer, to a telecopy or telefax machine, even to a telephone. Paper is being replaced by electronic signals as a mode of communication. This revolution calls into question some of the fundamental rules upon which our contracts and the U.C.C. were built. On a broader scale, electronic communication raises issues that include the rights and responsibilities ...


From Conflict To Cooperative Water Resource Management: The Chelan Agreement And Water Resources Forum [Outline], Bill Frank, Jr. Jun 1993

From Conflict To Cooperative Water Resource Management: The Chelan Agreement And Water Resources Forum [Outline], Bill Frank, Jr.

Water Organizations in a Changing West (Summer Conference, June 14-16)

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Cites For Sore Ears (A Paper Moon), Vaughan Black, David Fraser Apr 1993

Cites For Sore Ears (A Paper Moon), Vaughan Black, David Fraser

Dalhousie Law Journal

Music, as we know, is one of our vital cultural practices. It "has charms to soothe a savage breast" and is "the food of love."' Someone who does not love music is not to be trusted but someone "who has music in his [sic] soul will be most in love with the loveliest." Music and one's attitude towards it tell us a lot about the ethical and moral value of a person. Law, another key part of our culture, has traditionally dealt with music mainly as something which might fall within the domain of copyright or some related field ...


Researching Georgia Law, Nancy P. Johnson, Nancy Adams Deel Apr 1993

Researching Georgia Law, Nancy P. Johnson, Nancy Adams Deel

Georgia State University Law Review

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Televised Executions And The Constitution: Recognizing A First Amendment Right Of Access To State Executions, John Bessler Jan 1993

Televised Executions And The Constitution: Recognizing A First Amendment Right Of Access To State Executions, John Bessler

All Faculty Scholarship

This article examines the history of public and private executions and the passage of private execution laws. It concludes that existing laws restricting media access to executions – and requiring private executions that exclude television cameras – are unconstitutional. The author examines existing statutory schemes which curtail media access and prohibit the filming of executions, discusses legal challenges to such laws, and explores freedom of the press jurisprudence. In particular, the article analyzes First Amendment case law and right-of-access cases. The author also discusses the Eighth Amendment's relationship to First Amendment case law in the area of media coverage of executions.