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120 hours until the consistent treatment of simultaneous death under the California probate code
Victoria J. Haneman & Jennifer M. Booth, 120 Hours Until the Consistent Treatment of Simultaneous Death Under the California Probate Code, 34 Nova L. Rev. 449 (2010).
The issue of simultaneous death arises when there is insufficient evidence that two individuals died other than simultaneously. In the case of closely proximate deaths, devolution of the estate depends upon the order of ...
Sequencing and chronology in trial presentations
Kenneth J. Melilli, Sequencing and Chronology in Trial Presentations, 33 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 587 (2010).
Suppose the government was capable of detecting criminal conduct by some method or device that would not reveal any information concerning lawful items or activities. Could the acquisition of such information under these ...
Free trade and consumer protection: Competing interests in the regulation of Internet gambling
Edward A. Morse, Free Trade and Consumer Protection: Competing Interests in the Regulation of Internet Gambling, 2010 Eur. J. Consumer L. 289.
Internet gambling services create tension between desired goals for free trade and particular national interests in the health and safety of citizens, including the enforcement of criminal laws. This essay provides a ...
Mangrum and Benson on Utah evidence
R. Collin Mangrum & Dee Benson, Mangrum and Benson on Utah Evidence (2010-2011 ed. 2010).
Mangrum on Nebraska evidence
R. Collin Mangrum, Mangrum on Nebraska Evidence (2010 ed. 2010).
PCI DSS and the legal framework for security: An update on recent developments and policy directions
Edward A. Morse & Vasant Raval, PCI DSS and the Legal Framework for Security: An Update on Recent Developments and Policy Directions, Lydian Payments J., Jan. 2010, at 31.
This article provides an update of recent legal and legislative developments and commentary on policy directions affecting data security within the payment card industry and related networks.
Islam and international criminal law: A brief (in)compatability study
Michael J. Kelly, Islam & International Criminal Law: A Brief (In)compatability Study, 14 Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 3 (2008-2009), reprinted (with updates) in Pace Int'l L. Rev. Online Companion, March 2010, at 1.
Grafting the command responsibility doctrine onto corporate criminal liability for atrocities
Michael J. Kelly, Grafting the Command Responsibility Doctrine onto Corporate Criminal Liability for Atrocities, 24 Emory Int'l L. Rev. 671 (2010).
This paper explores the theoretical parameters associated with applying the command responsibility doctrine for prosecuting military superiors under international law to corporations. The jump from the military context to ...
Rethinking the security architecture of North East Asia
Michael J. Kelly & Sean Watts, Rethinking the Security Architecture of North East Asia, 41 Victoria U. Wellington L. Rev. 273 (2010).
In the aftermath of the Cold War, many questioned the continuing efficacy of collective security structures such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the United Nations Security Council. Yet North East Asia never ...
Penalty clauses in testaments: What Louisiana can learn from the common law
Irina Fox, Comment, Penalty Clauses in Testaments: What Louisiana Can Learn from the Common Law, 70 La. L. Rev. 1265 (2010).
A typical in terrorem clause (also referred to as penalty, forfeiture, or no-contest clause) used in a person’s last will threatens that those who contest the will in court will forfeit their bequest. The Latin phrase “in ...