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State and local regulation of immigration: The need for a bilateral (reciprocal) ratchet
David P. Weber, State and Local Regulation of Immigration: The Need for a Bilateral (Reciprocal) Ratchet, 18 ILSA J. Int'l & Comp. L. 707 (2012).
This essay proposes a broader approach regarding pro-immigrant subfederal regulation in order to level the current legislative playing field. This essay examines the three 2011 Supreme Court actions on immigration in ...
Regulaciones estatales y locales de inmigración: La necesidad para un trinquete bilateral
David P. Weber, Regulaciones Estatales y Locales de Inmigración: La Necesidad Para un Trinquete Bilateral, 18 ILSA J. Int'l & Comp. L. 835 (2012).
Este artículo propone un enfoque más amplio en relación a las regulaciones subfederales a favor de la inmigración con el propósito de nivelar el campo legislativo actual. Bajo el actual enfoque sobre el derecho de prioridad, ...
Restricting the freedom of contract: A fundamental prohibition
David P. Weber, Restricting the Freedom of Contract: A Fundamental Prohibition, 16 Yale Hum. Rts. & Dev. L.J. 51 (2013).
This article argues that the general right to contract, that is to say the ability of one to obligate himself in exchange for another's obligation in return, is a fundamental (or basic) though not all-encompassing right ...
Ethics of attorneys using an individual's unauthorized immigrant status against them
David P. Weber, The Ethics of Attorneys Using an Individual's Unauthorized Immigrant Status Against Them, Neb. Law., Sept./Oct. 2013, at 19.
Immigration reform: Stuck on repeat
David P. Weber, Immigration Reform: Stuck on Repeat, Creighton Law., Fall 2014, at 12.
Magic of the mortgage electronic registration system: It is and it isn't
David P. Weber, The Magic of the Mortgage Electronic Registration System: It Is and It Isn't, 85 Am. Bankr. L.J. 239 (2011).
This essay critically examines MERS' structure which incorporates principles of dubious legality such as a theory of common agency as well as a duality of roles held by MERS. The article examines many recent decisions in ...
Zombie mortgages, real estate, and the fallout for the survivors
David P. Weber, Zombie Mortgages, Real Estate, and the Fallout for the Survivors, 45 N.M. L. Rev. 37 (2014).
Part I of this Article briefly explains the context and scope of the problem of zombie mortgages -- mortgages that are in default but for which the lender refuses or fails to foreclose. Zombie mortgages saddle the record ...
Asylum practice and procedure
David Weber and Barbara Schwartz, Asylum Practice and Procedure, in Getting the Answer, Getting it Right: An Immigration Law Seminar (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 2010).
Cities and states battle back: Taking the fight to the zombie (mortgages) and abandoned properties
David P. Weber, Cities and States Battle Back: Taking the Fight to the Zombie (Mortgages) and Abandoned Properties, Prob. & Prop., Jan./Feb. 2015, at 42.
Murky mess of MERS: The complications of collecting on promissory notes when MERS is around
David P. Weber, The Murky Mess of MERS: The Complications of Collecting on Promissory Notes when MERS is Around, ConsiderChapter13.ORG (Apr. 10, 2011).
In this era of "robo-signers," asset-backed securities and unprecedented foreclosures, the mechanics of collecting on a promissory note accompanying a mortgage or deed of trust are often forgotten or not followed for a ...