Abstracts: A record seal of approval; USPS EPM quickens BMV records delivery. An open source: new software promises to advance electronic court filing
Abstracts: Are drivers' behavioral changes negating the efficacy of mandated safety regulations. Are drivers of air-bag-equipped cars more aggressive? A test of the offsetting behavior hypothesis
Abstracts: Are E-mails enough for DOJ case? (Department of Justice's antitrust case against Microsoft). Relief in 'Microsoft.'
Abstracts: A re-examination of near-bankruptcy investment incentives. The genius of the 1898 Bankruptcy Act. Commentary on Mr. Charles' paper: postpetition investor
Abstracts: Are longer hours here to stay? Quality time losing out. See sea rider: kayaking off the coast makes the hours glide by
Abstracts: A reluctant witness ducks, then testifies; he saw a cop killing, hems and haws on testifying, and sues city for lack of protection
Abstracts: Are May-September suits only ones that will fly? Supreme Court to hear arguments that an older employee can't go to trial when he's replaced by another 'old-timer.'
Abstracts: Are 'net providers liable for users' infringment? Congress helps resolve 'Net copyright issues; the new Digital Millennium Copyright Act provides safe harbors for service providers
Abstracts: A reply to Judge Posner. Poets as judges: judicial rhetoric and the literary imagination. Judges' writing styles (and do they matter?)(Judicial Opinion Writing)
Abstracts: A report card on the baby boom's retirement planning efforts. Financial Literacy 2000
Abstracts: A report on the development of the proposed Unidroit Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment as applied to aircraft equipment
Abstracts: Are sports cartels different? An analysis of EU Commission decisions concerning collective selling agreements for football broadcasting rights
Abstracts: Are sports moves next in IP law? Recent patent, copyright and trademark law developments could suggest novel IP uses
Abstracts: Are swap agreements securities or futures? The inadequacies of applying the traditional regulatory approach to OTC derivatives transactions
Abstracts: Are term limits undemocratic? The work product doctrine: functional considerations and the question of the insurer's claim file
Abstracts: Are the Commissioner of Taxation's recovery powers fettered by state moratorium and limitation of actions legislation?
Abstracts: Are the Valdez Principles sinking fast? Carpetbaggers descend on the City of Fallen Angels. Banks caught red-handed on redlining
Abstracts: A return to confusion and uncertainty as to the effective date of rejection of commercial leases in bankruptcy: a critical analysis of Revco and Joseph C. Spiess Company
Abstracts: Are vertical restraints pro- or anticompetitive? Lessons from Interstate Circuit. Workers' compensation rate regulation: how price controls increase costs
Abstracts: A review of current cases and developing trends considering the efficacy of section 362 automatic stay waivers in commercial mortgages, ... or "What do you have to lose?"
Abstracts: A revolving door leads to the top. Quality is 'job one' for this attorney. He doesn't shop around for lawyers
Abstracts: Are VPFCS, collars, and DECS still viable hedging and monetization strategies? The changing landscape for tax and other services
Abstracts: Are you a designer, manufacturer, supplier or importer of workplace plant and equipment? If your answer is no - read on! Deeming provisions and extended duties under occupational health and safety legislation
Abstracts: Ark contempt charge looms as House mulls. Food Lion swats ABC, but investors want answers; after $5.5 million fraud victory, supermarket chain faces shareholder lawsuit
Abstracts: Armed and dangerous? The use of firearms in robbery. The emergence of the disciplinary welfare sanction in Hong Kong
Abstracts: A road no longer taken; more school districts rely on three decisions to dismantle court-ordered busing. Suits seek fast-food smoking ban; plaintiffs with respiratory problems sue three burger chains under the ADA
Abstracts: A roomful of comments; Ethics 2000 Commission asks for input on the Model Rules - and gets plenty. From death's door
Abstracts: Arsenal v. Reed: no favours from ECJ. Case C-95/04 P, British Airways plc v. Commission, judgment of the Court of Justice (Third Chamber) of 15 March, 2007, nyr.
Abstracts: Art. 2B offers jurisprudence for all forms; proposed U.C.C. article's creative approach to interpreting mass-market licenses can be applied to any standard-form contract
Abstracts: Artful time & billing. Time and billing: BillQuick 2005. The time & billing jackpot
Abstracts: Article 228(2) EC and the enforcement of EC environmental law: A case of environmental justice delayed and denied? An analysis of recent legal developments
Abstracts: Article 24 (1) of the OECD Model Convention and the exclusion of MFN treatment - a comment on the OECD Public Discussion Draft
Abstracts: Article III and the Westfall Act: identifying "federal ingredients." (Federal Employees Liability Reform and Tort Compensation Act)
Abstracts: Artificial valuation of closely held interests: sec. 2704. Preparing valuation reports to withstand judicial challenge
Abstracts: Art of acquisition: adaptation; in the past 20 years, M & A lawyers have modified negotiation strategies to do their deals in a constantly evolving environment
Abstracts: Arts grant restrictions struck down; decision is the latest to find free-speech message in abortion-counseling case
Abstracts: Art world watches two key cases in New York; a federal suit involves an Italian antiquity; a state action, two paintings
Abstracts: As ABA debates, MDPs are spreading; NLJ survey finds lots of firms already have ancillary businesses. Immigration reform a hot issue; deportation horror stories spur Congress to fix the problem
Abstracts: As acid rain falls, cloud hangs over manufacturers; General Motors and the EPA are at loggerheads in an administrative case over liability for acid rain damage
Abstracts: A safety net for dropouts; helping truant kids return to school benefits all of us. Taking care of the kids; an often overlooked ERISA provision can assure children medical coverage
Abstracts: As a result of the Delaware Chancery Court's recent decision in 'Caremark,' corporate monitoring and compliance programs may no longer be optional
Abstracts: Asbestos makers lose big trial; Baltimore judge consolidated 8,555 claims to clear docket, force settlements. Lunch not unethical; judge rules on Sentelle complaints
Abstracts: Ascent of the corporate model in environmental-organized crime. Organized crime: a social network approach
Abstracts: A school that's owned by a firm. Family sues filmmakers over portrayal of lawyer; defendants deny that 'Philadelphia' is really 'The Geoffrey Bowers Story.'
Abstracts: ASCS activities focus on corporate governance. California publicity bill pits stars against studios; at issue is extent of exemptions for use of a celebrity likeness in some works or entertainments
Abstracts: A second generation of sexual harassment law: the Supreme Court rewrites the rules for the workplace. The thin line between love and hate: same sex hostile environment sexual harassment
Abstracts: As Election Day approaches, corporations seeking to make contributions to campaigns face a maze of federal and state regulations that limit expenditures
Abstracts: A Senate bill proposes to gut habeas rights. Support this bill. Congress robs its own of due process rights
Abstracts: A sense of normalcy; advocates for the mentally disabled say the ADA may require their care outside large facilities
Abstracts: As firms grow more confident, their home pages grow richer. Firms should showcase high-tech capabilities. Lawyers' self-marketing can bolster their firms' promotional strategies
Abstracts: A "shell" corp. may be a good devisee of contaminated realty. Good prospects for growth in 1995
Abstracts: A shingle in cyberspace; lawyers online find clients - and some risks. State's 60 percent cut at issue
Abstracts: A short history of labor law, 1349-1967. Clio calls out to managers, but often they don't heed lessons of labor history
Abstracts: Asian-Americans find place in the profession; Pacific Rim and tech booms create major firms' biggest minority
Abstracts: As if you didn't have enough to worry about: current ethics issues for intellectual property practitioners. Responding to prior art rejections - an analytical framework
Abstracts: A 'simple command' creates confusion: validity of thousands of redistricting plans in doubt after high court ruling
Abstracts: A skeleton in the closet: single-sex schools for pregnant girls. Business schools that beckon blacks
Abstracts: A slow move into brave new world: Sen. Pressler's second telecommunications bill rises from ashes of first. Communications law: by limiting regulation and encouraging competition, the new telecommunications act will be a communications industry watershed
Abstracts: A sneak attack on open justice. Excerpts: 7th Circuit rules on fees. 'Tjoflat' fees rule is argued in court
Abstracts: A solo and small-firm majority; the ABA is making an effort to represent and serve these members' interests. Environmental law thriving
Abstracts: A sorry 'estate' of affairs for qualified plan and IRA benefits: naming an estate as beneficiary. Asset protection for retirement plans and IRAs
Abstracts: Aspects of systemwide discontent: learning to live together, avoiding divorce. Securitization: an overlooked financing vehicle for franchisors
Abstracts: A splintered privilege; two judges have taken exception to tobacco's confidentiality claims. Fear at an Oct. meeting spurs Liggett settlement; parties step up talks after news of congressional plan
Abstracts: ASPs are coming ASAP; web-based office applications are taking aim at the solo and small-firm market. Are they walking and talking?
Abstracts: ASPs: Where are they now? Once regarded as 'the next big thing,' ASPs find gaining law firm support challenging
Abstracts: A square hole for a square peg: section 165 and environmental cleanup costs. A guide to applying ERISA section 4212(c) to sale of business transactions
Abstracts: Assault on mandatory arbitration: EEOC and NASD oppose some employee agreements. High court reviews union polling; is the NLRB standard rational or overreaching?
Abstracts: Assessing arbitrator competence: a preliminary regional survey. A computer can facilitate an arbitrator's work
Abstracts: Assessing federal rule 45. Federal practice; experts and privilege. Expert spoliation
Abstracts: Assessing macro-level predictors and theories of crime: A meta-analysis. Public opinion about punishment and corrections
Abstracts: Assessing special needs; in fair-housing suits, tenants claim disabilities entitle them to anything from parking to pets
Abstracts: Assessing the fallout: Paramount Communications, Inc. v. Time, Inc. and Delaware's Unocal standard of review. Facilitating shareholder communications
Abstracts: Assessing the fallout: Paramount Communications, Inc. v. Time, Inc. and Delaware's Unocal standard of review. part 2
Abstracts: Assessment of the nutritional needs of HIV-infected patients living in New York City. Factors that influence parents' decision making about enrolling their HIV-infected children in clinical research
Abstracts: Assets received by surviving spouse under settlement agreement were not eligible for marital deduction. No marital deduction for assets passing under settlement agreement
Abstracts: Assignability of letter of credit proceeds: adapting the code to new commercial practices. Litigating the letter of credit case - liability of banks under the current and revised Uniform Commercial Code
Abstracts: Assignment of rents: the creditor's uncertain path to obtaining rents generated from the debtor's property in bankruptcy
Abstracts: Assignments of international interests in mobile equipment and related receivables under the UNIDROIT Convention: When should the tail wag the dog?
Abstracts: Assisted reproduction and the frustration of genetic affinity: interest, injury, and damages. Jenkinson inquiry finds public interest is poorly served by OH professionals
Abstracts: Associate bonuses for firm stars. Growing national by merger. In the Bay Area, making partner bucks the odds; first-years' odds now range from 19% to 4%, causing many to look for other jobs
Abstracts: Associate committees give a voice to new lawyers; firms can reap rewards by improving communication with those practicing on front lines
Abstracts: Associate job 1: land clients; but many who can't move up or move out are choosing to slow down. How to analyze lateral hires
Abstracts: As software patents take over, expertise is key; now that patents have eclipsed copyrights, counsel must have proper technical know-how
Abstracts: Assumption of risk tested in Hooters suit. Jurists, initiatives on ballot: most state high court justices hang on, while voters trim gay rights
Abstracts: Assumptions, goals and dominant undertakings: the regulation of competition under Article 86 of the European Union
Abstracts: As Superfund narrows, plaintiffs should pursue other legal remedies; the judicial limits on CERCLA's reach signals that owners should supplement cleanup claims
Abstracts: A staggering load; L.A.'s system struggles with 13,000 arrests. Fighting and flaunting it; the criminal defense bar's best defense is Barry Tarlow - just ask him
Abstracts: A stealth anti-divorce weapon: Louisiana's 'covenant marriage' law passes without much notice. Subtle tort reform: new restatement injects fault issue in design defect cases
Abstracts: A stealth anti-divorce weapon: Louisiana's 'covenant marriage' law passes without much notice. part 2 Point, click and sue: potential clients are hooking up with lawyers via the Internet
Abstracts: As the competition for electric power heats up, many utilities face the probable loss of existing customers, and winning competitors face Sherman Act liability
Abstracts: As the judges see it, they are unwilling participants in a futile and unjust system. Small New England communities are learning big city kind of lessons
Abstracts: As the Securities and Exchange Commission proceeds with its challenge to the practice known as yield burning, what obstacles lie in its enforcement path?
Abstracts: A strategic fit for foreign publishers; U.S. market gives European companies money-making, data base potential
Abstracts: A survey of published, private-sector arbitral decisions. The consent award in labor arbitration: where and why?
Abstracts: A survey of state income tax planning issues for international business activities. State tax issues associated with federal consolidated returns
Abstracts: A tangled web: IOLTA and the banks. Lessons from the savings and loan debacle: the case for further financial deregulation
Abstracts: At ATLA, 'we are at war;' enemy is the 'tort reform' campaign. A firm you can bank on; banks hire little Elias Matz for litigation, but it has no litigators
Abstracts: A team production theory of corporate law. Trust and team production in a post-capitalist society. Team production in venture capital investing
Abstracts: A Texas firm leads nation in growth; targeting growing practice areas, then wooing teams of attorneys, has been key to firm's steep rise
Abstracts: A thesis fracas comes down to procedure; did the failed Ph.D. step on toes when she called a famed theologian an anti-Semite?
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