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Taxation of political contributions
Edward J. Birmingham & Patrick J. Peartree, Taxation of Political Contributions, 7 Creighton L. Rev. 554 (1974).
Administrative civil commitment: The Nebraska experience and legislative reform under the Nebraska Mental health Act of 1976
Geoffrey W. Peters, Larry L. Teply, James S. Wunsch & Joel Zimmerman, Administrative Civil Commitment: The Nebraska Experience and Legislative Reform Under the Nebraska Mental Health Act of 1976, 10 Creighton L. Rev. 243 (1976).
Antitrust immunity of state and local governmental action
Larry L. Teply, Antitrust Immunity of State and Local Governmental Action, 48 Tulane L. Rev. 272 (1974), reviewed in 60 A.B.A. J. 864 (1974).
Administrative civil commitment: The ins and outs of the Nebraska system
Geoffrey W. Peters, Larry L. Teply, James S. Wunsch & Joel Zimmerman, Administrative Civil Commitment: The Ins and Outs of the Nebraska System, 9 Creighton L. Rev. 266 (1975).
Staff report on advertising of veterinary goods and services
F. Kelly Smith, Larry L. Teply, Ralph H. Folsom, Staff Report on Advertising of Veterinary Goods and Services (1978).
Building on the Horizontal Property Act: Condominiums in Iowa
Stephen C. Sieberson, Note, Building on the Horizontal Property Act: Condominiums in Iowa, 59 Iowa L. Rev. 291 (1973).
Scherk v. Alberto-Culver co. and arbitration under the Securities Exchange Act: A comity of errors
Stephen C. Sieberson, Note, Scherk v. Alberto-Culver Co. and Arbitration Under the Securities Exchange Act: A Comity of Errors, 1 J. Corp. L. 100 (1975).
Kelly v. Kroger Company and the duty owed to business invitees: An alarming definition of negligence
Stephen C. Sieberson, Comment, Kelly v. Kroger Company and the Duty Owed to Business Invitees: An Alarming Definition of Negligence, 59 Iowa L. Rev. 1351 (1974).
Removal of the President: Resignation and the procedural law of impeachment
Edwin Brown Firmage & R. Collin Mangrum, Removal of the President: Resignation and the Procedural Law of Impeachment, 1974 Duke L.J. 1023.
Need for counsel in the juvenile justice system: Due process overdue?
R. Collin Mangrum, Note, The Need for Counsel in the Juvenile Justice System: Due Process Overdue? 1974 Utah L. Rev. 333.