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(Texas Tech Law Review, 2010)Address the questions of whether business method patents truly survived the United States Supreme Court's ruling in Bilski v. Kappos, and if they did survive, whether they are worthwhile. It will also discuss the worthiness ...
A Life Beyond the Lease: The Pooling Power Survives the Termination of the Oil and Gas Lease in Texas (Texas Tech Law Review, 2010)Examines the implications of the Texas Supreme Court's decision in Sheppard on the oil and gas industry in Texas; more specifically, addresses how the decision impacts the power to pool leases.
(Texas Tech Law Review, 2010)Address the issue of originalism's legitimacy as an interpretive theory by addressing two specific issues. First, uses essays written by two prominent originalists to demonstrate that Justice Scalia, by any measure the ...
What Do You Mean There Won't Be Gifts This Year?: Why Practitioners Cannot Rely Upon Gifting Provisions in Chapter 11 Reorganization Plans in the Fifth Circuit (Texas Tech Law Review, 2011)Analyzes the evolution of the gifting doctrine and its uncertain future as a result of the Second Circuit's holding in DBSD North America. Parts II and III provide a brief explanation of the Chapter 11 reorganization ...
(Texas Tech Law Review, 2011)This Article will set out a broad overview of Texas water law, focusing on the state water planning process, and distinguish the jurisdictions of the federal and state governments and agencies relevant to oil and gas ...