Abstracts: The Art of Using Forecasts Effectively. The aging workforce: implications for ethical practice. Does group reasoning improve ethical reasoning?
Abstracts: The Asgrow paradigm. From litigation to ADR: Brown & Root's experience. Brown bagging it - free lunch for farmers
Abstracts: The Asgrow paradigm. Goldilocks and business ethics: a paradigm that fits 'just right.' Super Settlements for Superfund: a paradigm for voluntary settlement?
Abstracts: The ASP craze: another "dot-com" or the future of computing in the law office? Remote computing: Laplink Everywhere 4
Abstracts: The Assembly of States Parties and the institutional framework of the International Criminal Court. Improving the operation and functioning of the international criminal tribunals
Abstracts: The Attorney-General's Department's moral rights discussion paper: background and proposals. The race for possession: the rights of retention of title suppliers of fixtures
Abstracts: The Audit Committee: In Search of a Purpose. Audit Committees: A Checklist Review of Documents, Procedures, and Events
Abstracts: The authority of a debtor to place substantially similar claims into separate classes in order to cram down a reorganization plan: should a bright line rule requiring all substantially similar claims to be placed into a single class be adopted?
Abstracts: The authority to make treaties in the late Middle Ages. Extraterritoriality of human rights treaties. Classification of armed conflict in the former Yugoslavia: Nicaragua's fallout
Abstracts: The avoidance of constitutional questions and the preservation of judicial review: federal court treatment of the new habeas provisions
Abstracts: The AWA case - some further reflections. The battle for law reform in the area of corporate law continues. Historic statement on the duties of directors
Abstracts: The ax begins to fall for in-house attorneys; legal departments cut back, but it may only be temporary. Institutions move into a 2d phase; in governance
Abstracts: The ax begins to fall for in-house attorneys; legal departments cut back, but it may only be temporary. part 2
Abstracts: The banking scandal: an era of new standards for professionals? MD&A through the eyes of management: a closer look at the SEC's Caterpillar decision
Abstracts: The banking scandal: an era of new standards for professionals? part 2 A plaintiff wail: the new role of the institutional investors under the Securities Litigation Reform Act
Abstracts: The bankruptcy courts explore new automation to improve efficiency; better ways to manage data are considered
Abstracts: The baron of the boardroom. Economic and moral criteria of executive compensation. Good times ahead for white, rich males in America
Abstracts: The basics about basic research. The R&D boondoggle. Analyzing SBIR
Abstracts: The battered women's syndrome; tort liability makes it essential to separate myths from reality. Uncovering the hidden tort: domestic violence may provide grounds for civil action against abusers
Abstracts: The BBS Supreme Court case - a cloth too short for an obi & too long for a tasuki. Japan: highlight of amendments to the Unfair Competition Prevention Law and an outline of the new law
Abstracts: The benefits broker in the marketplace: self-funding of group insurance benefits. Employee benefit planning
Abstracts: The benefits of ADR for medical malpractice; adopting contract rather than tort law. A medical malpractice litigator proposes mediation
Abstracts: The benefits of branching deregulation. The new safety net. Renovating the CRA
Abstracts: The benefits of charitable remainder trusts. Proper use and abuse of familial limited partnerships. Valuation of buy-sell agreements under chapter 14 of the Internal Revenue Code
Abstracts: The benefits of partnering. "Hybrid ADR" in the construction industry. Coaching through conflict
Abstracts: The best defense; the NLJ's top defense wins of 2000 ... and then there are wins without trial. Nobel not in sight, he turned to law
Abstracts: The best things online aren't free. Searching facts: stronger than fiction? . Make the news come to you: tools to broaden your news delivery options
Abstracts: The big freeze. Model for asbestos settlements; companies agree to pay $1 billion to exposed workers who haven't sued
Abstracts: The big freeze. Protecting pensions; solo practitioners advised to add employees to their plans. Punitives under control; but tort reform boosters see bias in study findings
Abstracts: The biggest jury verdict of 1999; a typical verdict of last year was way up, but nothing like this one. Fighting back; 1999's biggest defense wins made waves, if not headlines
Abstracts: The big push: federal prosecutors pump iron into their campaign against bodybuilding steroids. Legal answers sought on Bosnia
Abstracts: The blame game: criminal defendants try to reverse conviction by claiming ineffectual counsel. Risks of poor service; bungling delivery of process can doom even good lawsuits
Abstracts: The BNL squeeze; prosecutor gets caught in the intrigue surrounding the case. Lawyer gets a head start on the games
Abstracts: The boss depends on him; one of the Yankees' owners is a tax lawyer. Academics are hopeful on Clinton
Abstracts: The Boston Globe Ethics Crisis: Muddied Standards, Muddled Management. Should there be national standards for employer employee relations?
Abstracts: The bought deal: the edge of the shelf? Recent capital-raising reform activities: official and public responses to the Task Force and Advisory Committee proposals
Abstracts: The Brady rule: is it working? Its 30th anniversary is marked by debate. Firm PACs: all business; it's power, not politics, that spurs the spending of lawyers' money for candidates
Abstracts: The breaking point; a hiatus can help lawyers step back and reflect on what is important to them. No workout time? No sweat; with a little effort, lawyers can fit fitness into hectic schedules
Abstracts: The buck starts here; accounting solutions for your firm. Day Casebeer Madrid & Batchelder. Smooth sailing: 30 ways to keep your office running efficiently
Abstracts: The bureaucratic heavy hand in China: legal means for foreign investors to challenge agency action. Speak now: the accused student's right to remain silent in public university disciplinary proceedings
Abstracts: The Cambodia settlement agreements. Drawing a better line: uti possidetis and the borders of new states. The protection of human rights through the Dayton/Paris Peace Agreement on Bosnia
Abstracts: The campaign to repeal the estate tax: What a splendid little war it was! Still debating the prospects of estate tax repeal
Abstracts: The Canadian Defense Ethics Program and the "corporate model". LittleBrother is watching you
Abstracts: The canonization of Holmes and Brandeis: epistemology and judicial reputations. The creation of a usable judicial past: Max Lerner, class conflict, and the propagation of judicial titans
Abstracts: The career she's fashioned suits her. He left Paul Weiss for Tyco's whirl. A 'good thing' at Martha Stewart's
Abstracts: The case for a code of ethics for legal analysts. Bar debates definitions of its duty; lawyers' professional service responsibility is widely acknowledged, but exactly what the obligation entails is a matter of controversy
Abstracts: The case for repeal of the Davis-Bacon Act. Collective bargaining in professional sports: baseball, football, basketball, and hockey
Abstracts: The case for. The case against. Drafting exclusive territory provisions in franchise agreements
Abstracts: The case law of the Court of Justice in the field of sex equality since 2000. Case C-148/02, Carlos Garcia Avello v. Etat Belge, judgment of the full court of 2 October 2003
Abstracts: The case law of the ECJ concerning the free provision of services: 2000-2005. A light in the darkness: recent developments in the ECJ's direct tax jurisprudence
Abstracts: The Case of the Speluncean Explorers: Revisited. The Case of the Speluncean Explorers. The rhetoric of difference and the legitimacy of capital punishment
Abstracts: The challenge of electronic commerce; finding your way on a paperless trail. Scanners and OCR: r they 4u? Document scanning is more affordable than ever
Abstracts: The challenge of "rebalancing"; reassessing the relationship of technology to profitability is essential. Hello ... goodbye; new products that make your phone a mean machine
Abstracts: The changing face of online research. Q&A with Ira Siegel, new president and CEO of Lexis/Nexis. Vance Opperman of West Publishing: under siege or holding court?
Abstracts: The changing structure and contents of the employer's legal responsibility for health and safety at work in post-industrial systems
Abstracts: The changing structure and contents of the employer's legal responsibility for health and safety at work in post-industrial systems. part 2
Abstracts: The charitable inheritance teaches children about philanthropy. Innovative estate planning strategies using Roth IRAs
Abstracts: The choice between formal and infomal modes of administrative regulation. Administrative informality in Japan: governmental activities outside statutory authorization
Abstracts: The choice of organizational form in gasoline retalinling and the cost of laws that limit that choice. Market power and cartel formation: theory and an empirical test
Abstracts: The CITES Fort Lauderdale criteria: the uses and limits on science in international conversation decisionmaking
Abstracts: The Civil Rights Act of 1991 and less discriminatory alternatives in disparate impact litigation. The Civil Rights Act of 1991: the business necessity standard
Abstracts: The Civil Rights Act of 1991: continuing violation and the retroactivity controversy. Enforcement of American workers' rights abroad
Abstracts: The class action con game. Privatizing commercial law. Bankruptcy reform
Abstracts: The clubs of London & Paris. Presentation skills: a quick reference guide for advocates. The Iraq Claims Tribunal: an overview of the U.N. Compensation Commission
Abstracts: The Coasean firm in law and economics. Limited liability unlimited. Choosing law by contract
Abstracts: The color of justice. Double exposure; did the second Rodney King trial violate double jeopardy? Holding out; juries vs. public pressure
Abstracts: The coming third era of labor arbitration. End of the trilogy: the declining state of labor arbitration. Effectiveness of arbitration clauses in employment contracts after the Gilmer decision
Abstracts: The commercial Constitution. The value of seeing things differently: Boerne v. Flores and Congressional enforcement of the Bill of Rights
Abstracts: The Commonwealth changes the Administrative Procedures under the Impact of Proposals Act in response to Gunns' case
Abstracts: The complexity of ethical responsibility and the estate planner. Family business valuations and Chapter 14 of the Internal Revenue Code
Abstracts: The comptroller of the currency has been taking measures that will offer some latitude to national banks that want to offer insurance
Abstracts: The conception that the corporation is a nexus of contracts, and the dual nature of the firm. Measuring the domain of mediating hierarchy: how contestable are U.S. public corprations?
Abstracts: The concept of property and the Takings Clause. Taxation and the Constitution. Radical tax reform, the Constitution, and the conscientious legislator
Abstracts: The concept of secondary liability: a conflict between car rental agencies and personal lines insurers. Insurance coverage for "inducement claims"
Abstracts: The concept of title transfer in a civil law system. The European Company (SE) as a vehicle for corporate mobility within the EU: a breakthrough in European corporate law?
Abstracts: The conflict between fair warning and adjudicative retroactivity in D.C. Circuit administrative law. Beyond the limits of equity jurisprudence: no-fault equitable subordination
Abstracts: The consent paradigm: tribal sovereignty at the millenium. Forbearance agreements: invalid contracts for the surrender of sovereignty
Abstracts: The consequences of deregulation: a comparison of the experiences of UK building societies with those of US savings and loan associations
Abstracts: The constitutional committment to legislative adjudication in the early American tradition. Adjudication and its discontents: coherence and conciliation in federal Indian law
Abstracts: The constitutional contours of race and politics. Charter schools, equal protection litigation, and the new school reform movement
Abstracts: The constitutionality of Proposition 209 as applied. Foreword: the limits of Socratic deliberation. Incidental burdens on fundamental rights
Abstracts: The constitutionality of race-conscious admissions programs in public elementary and secondary schools. The constitutionality of vouchers after Mitchell v . Helms
Abstracts: The constitutional requirement of judicial review for administrative deportation decisions. Tolling the deadline for appealing in absentia deportation orders due to ineffective assistance of counsel
Abstracts: The constitutional responsibility of Congress for military engagements. The election of Thomas Buergenthal to the International Court of Justice
Abstracts: The constitutional rights of private governments. Financial penalties under Article 228(2) EC: excessive complexity?
Abstracts: The Constitution in Congress: the Third Congress, 1793-1795. Rumors of wars: presidential and congressional war powers, 1809-1829
Abstracts: The construct of psychopathy. Restoration in youth justice. Procedural justice, legitimacy, and the effective rule of law
Abstracts: The content and focus of Canadian corporate codes of ethics. St. Vincent de Paul and business ethics
Abstracts: The content and focus of the codes of ethics of the world's largest transnational corporations. Multinational corporations and the competition for media influence in developing countries
Abstracts: The continued unsettled state of constructive trusts in bankruptcy: of Butner, federal interests and the need for uniformity
Abstracts: The Continuing Care Retirement Community as a consumer information issue. Communicating with worried older clients: the impact of "generational diversity."
Abstracts: The continuing debate regarding the lease versus disguised security interest issue: did the Edison court correctly find a true lease?
Abstracts: The continuing role of custom in the formation of international humanitarian law. Shakespeare's Henry the Fifth and the law of war
Abstracts: The continuing viability of the 1875 Supreme Court case of Totten v. United States. Procurement authorities of the CIA
Abstracts: The continuity of business enterprise requirement: a field theory. Derivatives and continuity of interest: risk management raises new issues for reorganizations
Abstracts: The copyrightability of factual compilations: an interpretation of Feist through cases of maps and numbers. Compilations and the AFC test
Abstracts: The corporate officer's independent duty as a tonic for the anemic law of executive compensation. To know a veil
Abstracts: The corporate responsibility for basic research. The Case of the Old Colony Shipbuilding Company. The four faces of corporate citizenship
Abstracts: The corporate responsibility shell game. A future for technology and ethics. The importance of stakeholders according to business leaders
Abstracts: The corporate right of publicity in federal dilution legislation. The Sixth Circuit holds that Internet domain name e-mail and Web service provider is not a cybersquatter for Trademark Dilution purposes: Avery Dennison Corp. v. Sumpton
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