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Affirmatively Ambiguous: Reforming The Fraud Federal Sentencing Guideline Rules In “Affirmative Action” Government Contracts, Michael Sabo 2019 Seton Hall University

Affirmatively Ambiguous: Reforming The Fraud Federal Sentencing Guideline Rules In “Affirmative Action” Government Contracts, Michael Sabo

Seton Hall Legislative Journal

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Sham Litigation In Zoning Challenges: Finding The Balance Between Protection Of Constitutional Rights And Anticompetitive Business Practices, Brian P. Lanyon 2019 Seton Hall University

Sham Litigation In Zoning Challenges: Finding The Balance Between Protection Of Constitutional Rights And Anticompetitive Business Practices, Brian P. Lanyon

Seton Hall Legislative Journal

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How Extraterritorial Application Of The New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act And Opioid Litigation Will Fuel The Addiction To Consumer Fraud Claims In New Jersey, Salvatore P. D’Alia 2019 Seton Hall University

How Extraterritorial Application Of The New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act And Opioid Litigation Will Fuel The Addiction To Consumer Fraud Claims In New Jersey, Salvatore P. D’Alia

Seton Hall Legislative Journal

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Sb4: Politics, Policy, Legality, Raj Salhotra 2019 Seton Hall University

Sb4: Politics, Policy, Legality, Raj Salhotra

Seton Hall Legislative Journal

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Cat's Paw Liability: Nine Lives Leads To Identity Crisis, Mark Nehme 2019 Seton Hall University

Cat's Paw Liability: Nine Lives Leads To Identity Crisis, Mark Nehme

Seton Hall Legislative Journal

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Whiley V. Scott: Misinterpreting Florida's Historical Scope Of Constitutional Executive Power, Eric Miller 2019 Seton Hall University

Whiley V. Scott: Misinterpreting Florida's Historical Scope Of Constitutional Executive Power, Eric Miller

Seton Hall Legislative Journal

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The "High" Life: The Regulation, Competitive Advantage, And Ethical Considerations Of Marijuana Advertising, Casey Rockwell, Madeline Burke 2019 University of Arkansas at Little Rock

The "High" Life: The Regulation, Competitive Advantage, And Ethical Considerations Of Marijuana Advertising, Casey Rockwell, Madeline Burke

Atlantic Marketing Association Proceedings

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2019 - Japanese Pamphlets Inventory - Draft, 2019 California State University, Monterey Bay

2019 - Japanese Pamphlets Inventory - Draft

Japanese-American Pamphlet Inventory

An inventory of a series of pamphlets published from 1906 through 1925 focused on the presence of Japanese in America, the perception by some that Japan was taking steps to take over America, the great lengths gone to deprive Japanese residing in the United States of land either by purchase or lease and even citizenship, the depiction of Japanese as inferior humans in terms of intellect and morals standing, agreement and laws enacted to limit the ability of Japanese to participate in the economy, anti-Japanese organizations, speeches before various legislative bodies in opposition to the Japanese, Japanese responses to the ...


Antitrust Overreach: Undoing Cooperative Standardization In The Digital Economy, Jonathan M. Barnett 2019 University of Southern California

Antitrust Overreach: Undoing Cooperative Standardization In The Digital Economy, Jonathan M. Barnett

University of Southern California Legal Studies Working Paper Series

Information technology markets in general, and wireless communications markets in particular, rely on standardization mechanisms to develop interoperable devices for rapid and secure data processing, storage and transmission. From 2G through the emergent 5G standard, wireless communications markets have largely achieved standardization through cooperative multi-firm arrangements that likely outperform the historically dominant alternatives of government monopoly, which is subject to informational deficits and regulatory capture, and private monopoly, which suffers from pricing and other distortions inherent to protected market positions. This cooperative process has successfully relied on a mix of reasonably secure patents, quasi-contractual licensing commitments supplemented by reputational discipline ...


Full Issue Volume 15, Issue 2, Berkeley Business Law Journal 2019 Berkeley Law

Full Issue Volume 15, Issue 2, Berkeley Business Law Journal

Berkeley Business Law Journal

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Amazon Delivers Diversity: Geographical & Social Influences On Corporate Embeddedness, Lee-ford Tritt, Ryan Scott Teschner 2019 Berkeley Law

Amazon Delivers Diversity: Geographical & Social Influences On Corporate Embeddedness, Lee-Ford Tritt, Ryan Scott Teschner

Berkeley Business Law Journal

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The Antitrust Case Against Facebook: A Monopolist's Journey Towards Pervasive Surveillance In Spite Of Consumers' Preference For Privacy, Dina Srinivasan 2019 Berkeley Law

The Antitrust Case Against Facebook: A Monopolist's Journey Towards Pervasive Surveillance In Spite Of Consumers' Preference For Privacy, Dina Srinivasan

Berkeley Business Law Journal

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Pre-Dispute Mandatory Arbitration Of Sexual Harrassment Complaints: Bad For Business Too, Scott R. Thomas 2019 Berkeley Law

Pre-Dispute Mandatory Arbitration Of Sexual Harrassment Complaints: Bad For Business Too, Scott R. Thomas

Berkeley Business Law Journal

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Piercing The Corporate Veil: Historical, Theoretical & Comparative Perspectives, Cheng-Han Tang, Jiangyu Wan, Christian Hofmann 2019 Berkeley Law

Piercing The Corporate Veil: Historical, Theoretical & Comparative Perspectives, Cheng-Han Tang, Jiangyu Wan, Christian Hofmann

Berkeley Business Law Journal

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Corporate Criminal Prosecution And Double Jeopardy, Robert Wagner 2019 Berkeley Law

Corporate Criminal Prosecution And Double Jeopardy, Robert Wagner

Berkeley Business Law Journal

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Full Issue, Berkeley Business Law Journal 2019 Berkeley Law

Full Issue, Berkeley Business Law Journal

Berkeley Business Law Journal

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Front Matter, Berkeley Business Law Journal 2019 Berkeley Law

Front Matter, Berkeley Business Law Journal

Berkeley Business Law Journal

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Reconsidering Christianity As A Support For Secular Law: A Final Reply To Professor Calhoun, Wayne R. Barnes 2019 Texas A&M University School of Law

Reconsidering Christianity As A Support For Secular Law: A Final Reply To Professor Calhoun, Wayne R. Barnes

Washington and Lee Law Review Online

This symposium has revolved around Professor Calhoun’s article, which posits that it is completely legitimate, in proposing laws and public policies, to argue for them in the public square based on overtly religious principles. In my initial response, I took issue with his argument that no reasons justify barring faith-based arguments from the public square argument. In fact, I do find reasons justifying the prohibition of “faith-based,” or Christian, arguments in the public square—and, in fact, I find such reasons within Christianity itself. This is because what is being publicly communicated in Christian political argumentation is that if ...


Christianity, Ethics, And Politics In The Age Of Isabella Chow, Ian Huyett 2019 Washington and Lee University School of Law

Christianity, Ethics, And Politics In The Age Of Isabella Chow, Ian Huyett

Washington and Lee Law Review Online

This Essay responds to comments by Samuel Calhoun, Wayne Barnes, and David Smolin, made as part of a roundtable discussion on Calhoun’s symposium address Separation of Church and State: Jefferson, Lincoln, and the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., Show It Was Never Intended to Separate Religion from Politics. In Part I, I discuss current events, especially as they pertain to Smolin’s comments. In Part II, I answer Calhoun’s challenges to my own response. In Part III, I criticize Barnes’s response, which was diametrically different from my own. In Part IV, I draw on Smolin’s observations ...


Hostile Takeover Regimes In Asia: A Comparative Approach, Umakanth Varottil, Wai Yee Wan 2019 Berkeley Law

Hostile Takeover Regimes In Asia: A Comparative Approach, Umakanth Varottil, Wai Yee Wan

Berkeley Business Law Journal

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