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Croson in 1991: Preference programs make a comeback
(American Bar Association, 1991)
Croson: A look forward, a look back
(American Bar Association, 1990)
Environmental implications of the North American Free Trade Agreement
This article urged the Clinton Administration not to negotatiate an environmental side accord to NAFTA, but rather to re-open NAFTA and include more stringent environmental protections in the trade treaty itself for fear ...
Conflicting trends in the flourishing international trade of art and antiquities: Restitutio in integrum and possessio animo ferundi/lucrandi
This article studies the underlying economics driving the international black market in art and antiquities from the perspective of the looters who illegally excavate antiquities or steal art, the brokers who launder it, ...
Bringing a complaint under the NAFTA Environmental Side Accord: Difficult steps under a procedural paper tiger, but movement in the right direction
The NAFTA Environmental Side Accord provides for environmental disputes to be negotiated and litigated among the NAFTA partners (U.S., Canada, and Mexico). The process for dispute settlement is cumbersome and political, ...
Electronic environmental permitting: Panacea or Pandora's box?
This study evaluates the efficacy of state environmental regulatory agencies moving to wholly electronic environmental pollution permitting schemes - identifying pro's and con's and legal/policy implications for the regulated ...
Computer generated evidence as a witness beyond cross-examination
The admission of computer simulations as evidence in civil trials has created the dilemma of how to cross-examine such testimony. Juries tend to believe what they see on television and videos, making it almost impossible ...