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Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005: Evaluation of the effects of using IRS expense standards to calculate a debtor's monthly disposable income
Stephen J. Carroll, Noreen Clancy, Melissa A. Bradley, Jennifer Pevar, Marianne Culhane & Michaela White, The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005: Evaluation of the Effects of Using IRS Expense Standards to Calculate a Debtor's Monthly Disposable Income (2007), reprinted in U.S. Department of Justice, Executive Office for United States Trustees, Report to Congress: Impact of the Utilization of Internal Revenue Service Standards for Determining Expenses on Debtors and the Court Exhibit 1 (2007).
'Unlawful enemy combatant': Status, theory of culpability, or neither?
Mark David Maxwell & Sean M. Watts, 'Unlawful Enemy Combatant': Status, Theory of Culpability, or Neither? 5 J. Int'l Crim. Just. 19 (2007).
The Military Commissions Act of 2006 represents the United States' most recent effort to establish a forum to try detainees captured in its 'Global War on Terrorism'. This article briefly explores the Act's use of the term ...
The emerging culture of health care: From horizontal violence to true collaboration
Kunes-Connell, M. and Gerardi, D. The emerging culture of health care: From horizontal violence to tru collaboration. Nebraska Nurse. 2007. 40(3).
Understanding the distinct function of the combatant status review tribunals: A response to Blocher
Geoffrey Corn, Eric Talbot Jensen, & Sean Watts, Understanding the Distinct Function of the Combatant Status Review Tribunals: A Response to Blocher, 116 Yale L.J. Pocket Part 327 (2007), http://yalelawjournal.org/forum/understanding-the-distinct-function-of-the-combatant-status-review-tribunals-a-response-to-blocher.
This article addresses the limited and distinct function of the Combatant Status Review Tribunals established by the Department of Defense to review enemy combatant designations. It explains how the predicate legal ...
Succeeding in the opening statement
Kenneth J. Melilli, Succeeding in the Opening Statement, 29 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 525 (2006).
Extraterritorial Internet gambling: Legal challenges and policy options
Edward A. Morse, Extraterritorial Internet Gambling: Legal Challenges and Policy Options, 1 Int'l J. Intercultural Info. Mgmt 33 (2007) (earlier version appeared in Legal, Privacy, and Security Issues in Information Technology (Sylvia Mercado Kierkegaard ed., 2006)).
Casino gambling has expanded rapidly in the United States. Where allowed, it is a highly regulated activity accessible only by adults. Regulation addresses concerns about crime, money laundering, and tax enforcement, in ...
Technological entanglements: Evidentiary and ethical considerations of metadata in interjurisdictional litigation
Edward A. Morse, Technological Entanglements: Evidentiary and Ethical Considerations of Metadata in Interjurisdictional Litigation, 2 J. Int'l Com. L. & Tech. 94 (2007) (earlier version appeared in Business, Law & Technology: Present and Emerging Trends 307 (Sylvia Mercado Kierkegaard ed., 2006)).
Ethical and evidentiary rules governing the disclosure of confidential information are interrelated in many respects. Nevertheless, these rules are generally developed independently through different legal channels. Different ...
Governing fortune: Casino gambling in America
Edward A. Morse & Ernest P. Goss, Governing Fortune: Casino Gambling in America (2007).
Governing Fortune summarizes the legal framework supporting the gaming industry and reviews the costs and benefits of casinos by showing how tax base and job growth vary widely with site-specific factors. The book sets ...
Tax accounting periods and accounting methods for farmers
Edward A. Morse, Tax Accounting Periods and Accounting Methods for Farmers, in LexisNexis Tax Advisor -- Federal Topical, ch. 1N:4 (2007-2009).
California 'restitution judgment' statute construed
Ronald R. Volkmer, California 'Restitution Judgment' Statute Construed, Est. Plan., Aug. 2007, at 42.