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Property As Prophesy: Legal Realism And The Indeterminancy Of Ownership, John Humbach Jan 2017

Property As Prophesy: Legal Realism And The Indeterminancy Of Ownership, John Humbach

Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law

Property law, like all law, is indeterminate. This means that ownership itself is indeterminate and every owner is vulnerable to challenges based on unexpected legal rules or newly created ones. Even the most seemingly secure rights can be defeated or compromised if a clever-enough lawyer is retained to mount a challenge. The casebooks used in first-year property courses are full of examples. In the case of particularly valuable property, such as works of art, the motivation to fashion arguments to support ownership challenges is obvious. Short and strictly interpreted statutes of limitations can mitigate the risks to ownership by cabining ...


War Powers, Foreign Affairs, And The Courts: Some Institutional Considerations, Jonathan L. Entin Jan 2012

War Powers, Foreign Affairs, And The Courts: Some Institutional Considerations, Jonathan L. Entin

Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Getting What You Pay For: Judicial Compensation And Judicial Independence, Jonathan L. Entin Jan 2011

Getting What You Pay For: Judicial Compensation And Judicial Independence, Jonathan L. Entin

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Introduction To Symposium On Access To The Courts In The Roberts Era, Jonathan L. Entin Jan 2009

Introduction To Symposium On Access To The Courts In The Roberts Era, Jonathan L. Entin

Faculty Publications

Introduction to the Case Western Reserve Law Review's symposium "Access to the Courts in the Roberts Era" 2009, Cleveland, OH


Ancillary Relief In Federal Securities Law: A Study In Federal Remedies, George W. Dent Jan 1983

Ancillary Relief In Federal Securities Law: A Study In Federal Remedies, George W. Dent

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After describing the history and current practice of ancillary relief in federal securities law, this Article analyzes the general law of federal remedies and ancillary relief, including ancillary relief in other areas of administrative law, recent developments in federal equity, statutory interpretation, and federal common law, and implied statutory remedies. The Article then examines pertinent aspects of the federal securities laws, including their legislative history and recent judicial interpretations. On this basis the Article recommends both a general approach to ancillary relief in federal securities law and responses to problems of specific remedies. Finally, the Article discusses ancillary relief under ...