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A brief sketch of Revised Article 9 of the U.C.C.
Terry M. Anderson, A Brief Sketch of Revised Article 9 of the U.C.C., Neb. Law., Apr. 2001, at 6.
Jury trials in Japan: Off to a good start, but...
Raneta Lawson Mack, Jury Trials in Japan: Off to a Good Start, But..., JURIST, Aug. 21, 2009, http://jurist.org/forum/2009/08/jury-trials-in-japan-off-to-good-start.php.
Not letting a good crisis go to waste: Undisclosed consequences of the politics of change
Edward Morse, Not Letting a Good Crisis Go to Waste: Undisclosed Consequences of the Politics of Change, Oeconomica, no. 2, 2009, at 41.
Economic crisis often precipitates bureaucratic intervention when markets produce politically unpalatable outcomes. In the United States, government intervention in the housing markets for the purpose of making housing ...
Survey of significant developments in Internet gambling
Edward A. Morse, Survey of Significant Developments in Internet Gambling, 65 Bus. Law. 309 (2009).
This article discusses recent legislative, administrative, and judicial developments affecting the regulation and operation of Internet gambling in the United States, focusing particularly on final regulations implementing ...
Judicial fiat should not be last word
Edward A. Morse & John P. Safranek, Op-Ed., Judicial Fiat Should Not Be Last Word, Des Moines Register, Aug. 23, 2009, at OP 1.
Shrinking of health care makes Obama plan flawed
Edward A. Morse, Op-Ed., Shrinking of Health Care Makes Obama Plan Flawed, Omaha World-Herald, Aug. 5, 2009, at 7B.
Disclosure of juror identities to the press: Who will speak for the jurors?
Kenneth J. Melilli, Disclosure of Juror Identities to the Press: Who Will Speak for the Jurors?, 8 Cardozo Pub. L. Pol'y & Ethics J. 1 (2009).
There is no such thing as textualism: A case study in constitutional method
Paul E. McGreal, There Is No Such Thing as Textualism: A Case Study in Constitutional Method, 69 Fordham L. Rev. 2393 (2001).
The name is the same, but the facts have been changed to protect the attorneys: Strickland, judicial discretion, and appellate decision-making
Gregory J. O’Meara, S.J., The Name is the Same, But the Facts Have Been Changed to Protect the Attorneys: Strickland, Judicial Discretion, and Appellate Decision-Making, 42 Val. U. L. Rev. 687 (2008).
The gap between historical events and the way courts recount them in appellate decisions is highlighted by the differences in fact descriptions offered in the same case: Strickland v. Washington. The Supreme Court's majority ...
Research guide to Nebraska law
Kay L. Andrus, George E. Butterfield, Troy C. Johnson & Ann C. Kitchel, Research Guide to Nebraska Law, 2008 (2008).