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Dog that didn't bark: Domestic support obligations and exempt property after BAPCA
Michaela M. White & James P. Caher, The Dog That Didn't Bark: Domestic Support Obligations and Exempt Property after BAPCA, 41 Fam. L.Q. 299 (2007).
Proposed property claims settlement mechanism for the United States and Cuba
Richard C. Witmer, Erika Moreno, Patrick J. Borchers & Michael J. Kelly, A Proposed Property Claims Settlement Mechanism for the United States and Cuba, Cuban Aff., Oct. 2007, at 1.
Report on the resolution of outstanding property claims between Cuba and the United States
Patrick J. Borchers, Michael J. Kelly, Richard C. Witmer, Erika Moreno, Arthur B. Pearlstein & James S. Wunsch, Report on the Resolution of Outstanding Property Claims Between Cuba & the United States (2007).
This report to USAID, in fulfillment of a federal grant, designs a model for the post-Castro resolution of property claims between the U.S. and Cuba. The model designs a bilateral tribunal to process claims by U.S. nationals ...
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 ...
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 ...
Mangrum on Nebraska evidence
R. Collin Mangrum, Mangrum on Nebraska Evidence (2007 ed. 2007).
Reflections on the job: Joe Edney, 1956-1983
G. Michael Fenner, Reflections on the Job: Joe Edney, 1956-1983, Creighton Law., Fall 2007, at 20.
This magazine article is a reflection on how the connections a law professor makes over a career pop up in the most remote places -- in this case, at an outdoor restaurant in a small fishing village on the West Coast of Mexico.
Nebraska jury instructions: Second edition
Nebraska Jury Instructions: Second Edition (2007-08 ed. 2007).
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 ...