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    • Fuentes v. Shevin: Due Process and the Consumer, A Legal and Empirical Study 

      Krahmer, John; Clifford, Karl; Lasley, Charles Lowell (Texas Tech Law Review, 1972)
      A discussion of the U.S. Supreme Court’s holding in Fuentes v. Shevin, which concerned due process in prejudgment replevin procedures. Part I, will examine the background and the decision in Fuentes, its place in the ...
    • The United States Court of Military Appeals 

      Benson, Daniel H. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1971)
      Studies the United States Court of Military Appeals, the court of last resort for any direct appeal in the military justice system. The author examines the court’s history, jurisdiction, the court’s performance, constitutional ...
    • Gratuitous Transfers of Community Property to Third Persons 

      Quilliam, W. Reed, Jr. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1970)
      The author explains recent changes to the Matrimonial Property Act of 1967, effective January 1, 1970, on the managerial powers of spouses affecting gratuitous transfers of community property. Traditionally, although each ...
    • Sovereign in Space? 

      Sutton, Victoria (Astrosociological Insights Newsletter of the Astrosociology Research Institute, 2017)
      There is some rumor of the wealthy Russian businessman who is funding Asgardia, a space station project that will orbit the Earth, in low orbit (LEO), that he intends to pursue (and get) UN membership for Asgardia. The ...
    • Fifty Years Later: Miranda & the Police 

      Pearl, Tracy Hresko (Texas Tech Law Review, 2017)
      In this Article, I examine the assumptions behind the question of whether Miranda (Miranda v. Arizona) has had a net positive or net negative impact on the police. After a brief overview of the Miranda decision in Part I, ...
    • Texas Elder Law 2018 

      James, Vaughn (Texas Lawyer, 2017)
      Texas Elder Law covers everything from dissolution of marriage to settling an estate. The book thoroughly covers the complex issues that plague estate planners and guardians. These include family and marital issues, paying ...
    • In Memoriam: A Tribute to Professors Conboy, Eissinger, Hunt, Krahmer & Weninger – Pillars of Tech Law 

      Huffman, Walter B. (Texas Tech Law Review, 2018)
      A law school's foundation is its faculty, and this is especially true of those faculty who have served a school for extended years. That being so, from January 2017 through April 2018, Tech Law's foundation suffered ...
    • A New in Camera Review Requirement for Summons Proceedings? 

      Camp, Bryan (Tax Notes, 2018)
      This paper looks at what appears to be an emerging trend in tax summons enforcement: that district courts actually review documents for which the summoned party claims a privilege. In December 2017 the Ninth Circuit seemingly ...
    • Tackling the Texas Essays 

      Christopher, Catherine Martin (Carolina Academic Press, 2018)
      The Texas bar exam is a unique animal. It's longer than most other bar exams in the nation, but it's more predictable than many other exams. And a predictable exam can be prepared for. This book will help you prepare for ...
    • Already Caught? The Truth Won't Lower Your IRS Penalties 

      Camp, Bryan (LAW360, 2018)
      Discusses the “one return rule” and tax fraud. Discusses how a taxpayer trying to commit fraud might try to amend the filing to avoid a charge of tax fraud and how the move most likely would not succeed.
    • Equitable Principles and Jurisdictional Time Periods, Part 2 

      Camp, Bryan (Tax Notes, 2018)
      This is the second of two articles looking at the relationship of equitable doctrines and time limits in the Tax Code. In the first article “Equitable Principles and Jurisdictional Time Periods” I showed how courts apply ...
    • Tangled Incentives: Proportionality and the Market for Reputation Harm 

      Benham, Dustin B. (Temple Law Review, 2018)
      Excessive litigation confidentiality and disproportionate discovery are symbiotic problems. Indeed, when a litigant uses discovery to obtain damaging information about an opposing party, the party will often pay money to ...
    • Integrative and Distributive Bargaining 

      Batra, Rishi (DRI Press, 2017)
      The distinction between integrative and distributive negotiation is one of the baseline innovations of our field’s modern development. Any number of other concepts simply cannot be understood until its lessons have been ...
    • Free Speech Is Just the Ticket 

      Loewy, Arnold (The News & Observer Pub. Co., 2004-10-14)
    • Captives of ‘Anything Goes’ 

      Loewy, Arnold (The News & Observer Pub. Co., 2004-05-13)
    • A Decision in Good Standing 

      Loewy, Arnold (The News & Observer Pub. Co., 2004-06-17)
    • Loewy: Why Our Legal System Sometimes Acquits the Guilty 

      Loewy, Arnold (Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, 2011)
      Arnold Loewy explains why our legal system will allow a guilty person go free to help ensure that an innocent person is not convicted. Arnold Loewy is the George Killam professor of criminal law at Texas Tech School of Law.
    • It’s Debatable: Who Should Pay for Your Retirement? 

      Loewy, Arnold; Moster, Charles (Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, 2017)
      Arnold Loewy and Charles Moster debate whether employer contributions to Social Security should be abolished. Moster is a former litigation attorney in the Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush presidential administrations ...
    • It’s Debatable: Where’s the Fault in No-Fault? 

      Loewy, Arnold; May, Donald (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2015)
      Arnold Loewy and Donald May debate no-fault divorce. May has been a candidate for Congress and writes an independent blog on lubbockonline.com and Arnold is the George Killiam Professor of Law at Texas Tech University ...
    • It’s Debatable: Where Should Crosses Appear? 

      Loewy, Arnold; May, Donald (Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, 2015)
      Arnold Loewy and Donald May debate displays of religious symbols at government buildings. May has been a candidate for Congress and writes an independent blog on lubbockonline.com and Arnold is the George Killiam Professor ...