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Walt-Zing Through An Employment Termination: Is There A Duty To Investigate Before Discharging In Alaska, Michael D. Moberly, Philip J. Moberly, Laura L. Farley Dec 1994

Walt-Zing Through An Employment Termination: Is There A Duty To Investigate Before Discharging In Alaska, Michael D. Moberly, Philip J. Moberly, Laura L. Farley

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


When In Nome: Custom, Culture And The Objective Standard In Alaskan Adverse Possession Law, Grantland M. Clapacs Dec 1994

When In Nome: Custom, Culture And The Objective Standard In Alaskan Adverse Possession Law, Grantland M. Clapacs

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Race-Based Equal Protection Claims After Shaw V. Reno, Robert A. Curtis Nov 1994

Race-Based Equal Protection Claims After Shaw V. Reno, Robert A. Curtis

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Racist Speech Outsider Jurisprudence And The Meaning Of America , Steven H. Shiffrin Nov 1994

Racist Speech Outsider Jurisprudence And The Meaning Of America , Steven H. Shiffrin

Cornell Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Uncertain Future Of Computer Software Users’ Rights In The Aftermath Of Mai Systems, Michael E. Johnson Nov 1994

The Uncertain Future Of Computer Software Users’ Rights In The Aftermath Of Mai Systems, Michael E. Johnson

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Rediscovering Nonjusticiability: Judicial Review Of Impeachments After Nixon, Michael J. Gerhardt Nov 1994

Rediscovering Nonjusticiability: Judicial Review Of Impeachments After Nixon, Michael J. Gerhardt

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Accrediting And The Sherman Act, Clark C. Havighurst, Peter M. Brody Oct 1994

Accrediting And The Sherman Act, Clark C. Havighurst, Peter M. Brody

Law and Contemporary Problems

The shortcomings of the Sherman Act as it relates to private accrediting are examined in order to assist courts in minimizing the anticompetitive features of accreditation and maximizing its procompetitive benefits. A lack of clear legal principles to guide factual analysis and to facilitate the granting of summary judgment in appropriate cases has led to unfocused and protracted litigation.


Color As A Trademark Under The Lanham Act: Confusion In The Circuits And The Need For Uniformity, J. Christopher Carraway Oct 1994

Color As A Trademark Under The Lanham Act: Confusion In The Circuits And The Need For Uniformity, J. Christopher Carraway

Law and Contemporary Problems

The Lanham Act--the Trademark Act of 1946--is examined to determine if it allows the protection of color per se as a trademark. Circuit courts vary in their use of the legislation, but color does satisfy the Act's broad definition of a trademark.


Electromation And Du Pont: The Next Generation, Dennis M. Devaney Oct 1994

Electromation And Du Pont: The Next Generation, Dennis M. Devaney

Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy

No abstract provided.


Deja Vu And 8(A)(2): What’S Really Being Chilled By Electromation, Charles J. Morris Oct 1994

Deja Vu And 8(A)(2): What’S Really Being Chilled By Electromation, Charles J. Morris

Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy

No abstract provided.


Establishment Clause And Developmental Psychology: An Analysis Of Public School Graduation Prayer, Ted W. Harrison Oct 1994

Establishment Clause And Developmental Psychology: An Analysis Of Public School Graduation Prayer, Ted W. Harrison

Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy

No abstract provided.


The Uncertainty Of Foreign Blocked Income: Trying To Reconcile The 1994 §482 Regulations With Procter & Gamble, James A. Davlin Oct 1994

The Uncertainty Of Foreign Blocked Income: Trying To Reconcile The 1994 §482 Regulations With Procter & Gamble, James A. Davlin

Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law

No abstract provided.


Reintroducing Equal Treatment In The Toxic Litigation Arena: An Exploration Of The Factors Courts Utilize To Divide The Costs Of Environmental Remediation , Lauren E. Passmore Sep 1994

Reintroducing Equal Treatment In The Toxic Litigation Arena: An Exploration Of The Factors Courts Utilize To Divide The Costs Of Environmental Remediation , Lauren E. Passmore

Cornell Law Review

No abstract provided.


Tilting At Crosses: Nontaxpayer Standing To Sue Under The Establishment Clause, Marc Rohr Sep 1994

Tilting At Crosses: Nontaxpayer Standing To Sue Under The Establishment Clause, Marc Rohr

Georgia State University Law Review

No abstract provided.


One Client, One Defense: Revisiting Chi With The Alaska Rules Of Professional Conduct, Earl M. Sutherland Jun 1994

One Client, One Defense: Revisiting Chi With The Alaska Rules Of Professional Conduct, Earl M. Sutherland

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Confessions Induced By Broken Government Promises, Welsh S. White Mar 1994

Confessions Induced By Broken Government Promises, Welsh S. White

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Legitimacy And The Empowerment Of Discretionary Legal Authority: The United States Supreme Court And Abortion Rights, Tom R. Tyler, Gregory Mitchell Feb 1994

Legitimacy And The Empowerment Of Discretionary Legal Authority: The United States Supreme Court And Abortion Rights, Tom R. Tyler, Gregory Mitchell

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Panel Discussion Jan 1994

Panel Discussion

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.