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Milosevic prosecution and the erosion of sovereign immunity
Michael J. Kelly, The Milosevic Prosecution and the Erosion of Sovereign Immunity, Creighton Law., Summer 2002, at 12.
Discretionary recusal and the appearance of partiality through the eyes of the Fifth Circuit in Republic of Panama v. American tobacco Co.
Kendra Huard Fershee, Discretionary Recusal and the Appearance of Partiality Through the Eyes of the Fifth Circuit in Republic of Panama v. American Tobacco Co. 77 Tul. L. Rev. 517 (2002).
When then-attorney, now-Federal District Judge Carl J. Barbier took his seat as President of the Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association (LTLA), he probably had no idea that his service for the LTLA would later cause him to ...
Aviall Services v. Cooper Industries: The Fifth Circuit makes securing CERCLA contribution for environmental cleanup a messy proposition
Joshua P. Fershee, Case Note, Aviall Services v. Cooper Industries: The Fifth Circuit Makes Securing CERCLA Contribution for Environmental Cleanup a Messy Proposition, 76 Tul. L. Rev. 1749 (2002).
Following a multimillion dollar cleanup of industrial facilities that were contaminated with hazardous materials, Aviall Services, Inc. (Aviall) filed a Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act ...
Introduction to administrative law
Patrick J. Borchers, Introduction to Administrative Law, in Manual for Administrative Law Judges and Hearing Officers 1 (2002).