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  • Civil Procedure 

    Mixon, Donnal Shannon; Richards, Melba Herron (Texas Tech Law Review, 1983)
    Survey of United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit’s civil procedure decisions during the pertinent portions of 1981-1982. The current survey of civil procedure has been divided into two principal areas. Part ...
  • Borrower Paying Interest for Loan is a Consumer of Bank’s Collateral Lending Services Under Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act 

    Offerman, Garry A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1983)
    Examines the Texas Court of Appeals of Austin’s case Fortner v. Fannin Bank. In Fortner, the court held that borrowers paying interest on a loan obtained from a bank will be considered consumers of that bank’s collateral ...
  • Bankruptcy 

    Bishop, Cathleen M. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1983)
    Survey of United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit’s decisions on bankruptcy during the pertinent portions of 1981-1982. Many of the cases decided during the survey period focus on claims asserted under the ...
  • Article 2212a, Section 2(e), Abrogates the One Satisfaction Rule in Comparative Negligence Actions 

    Starnes, David W. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1983)
    Examines the Texas Supreme Court’s decision in Cypress Creek Util. Serve. Co. v. Muller. In Cypress, the Court held that the Comparative Negligence Statute—article 2212(a), section 2(e)—abrogated the “one satisfaction rule” ...
  • Antitrust 

    Schuerger, William J. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1983)
    Survey of antitrust decisions from the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. During the survey period the Fifth Circuit issued a number of opinions involving the Sherman, Clayton, and Robinson-Patman Acts. ...
  • Admiralty 

    Toups, Mitchell A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1983)
    Survey of United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit’s decisions during the pertinent portions of 1981-1982 on admiralty law. The survey covers litigation on four topics including: (1) ancillary jurisdiction, ...
  • Administrative Law and Procedure 

    Walker, James David (Texas Tech Law Review, 1983)
    Survey of cases from the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit covers administrative law and procedure decision during the pertinent portions of 1981-1982. Covers a variety of topics including adjudication, ...
  • Acceleration and Foreclosure on Texas Real Estate 

    Baggett, W. Mike (Texas Tech Law Review, 1983)
    A revised version of the author’s presentation at the Texas Tech University School of Law’s Fifth Annual Banking Law Institute. This study of Texas real estate law presents an examination of both the protections afforded ...
  • Traffic Regulations Cannot Unduly Curtail the Free Speech Right to Circulate Publications 

    Spamer, James B. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1982)
    Analyzes the overbreadth of a 1976 Houston ordinance that banned selling newspapers on the street to any occupant in a vehicle. The Texas Court of Civil Appeals held that the ordinance was overbroad on its face and abridged ...
  • Title VII Actions Are Not Limited by the Equal Work Standard of the Equal Pay Act 

    Rogers, Gaylene (Texas Tech Law Review, 1982)
    Discusses the issue of whether the Bennett Amendment to Title VII bars a claim of sex based wage discrimination under Title VII merely because the female employee did not meet the restrictive standards of the Equal Pay Act ...
  • Title 4. Protection of the Family 

    Alexander, Leota (Texas Tech Law Review, 1982)
    A commentary on a new section of law that was effective September 1, 1979, protection of the family laws that were discussed at the Texas Tech Family Symposium. Leota Alexander provides commentary on the laws and explains ...
  • Title 3. Delinquent Children and Children in Need of Supervision 

    Steele, Walter W., Jr. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1982)
    A collection of revisions to delinquent children and children in need of supervision laws that were discussed at the Texas Tech Family Symposium. Walter W. Steele gives commentary on the laws. Steele also provides some ...
  • Title 2. Parent and Child 

    Smith, Eugene L. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1982)
    A collection of revisions to parent and child laws that were discussed at the Texas Tech Family Symposium. Eugene L. Smith gives commentary on the laws. Smith also provides some background and history on the various laws.
  • Title 1 Husband and Wife 

    McKnight, Joseph W. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1982)
    A collection of revisions to husband and wife laws that were discussed at the Texas Tech Family Symposium. Joseph W. McKnight gives commentary on the laws. McKnight also provides some background and history on the various laws.
  • The Thirty Years War With Denver Building 

    Eissinger, James R. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1982)
    Discusses important developments in boycott law. The author looks at the federal laws concerning boycotts starting with the Taft-Hartley Act and continues through to the present-day. Specifically, this article examines two ...
  • The Right to Die a Natural Death and the Living Will 

    Kite, David L. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1982)
    Discusses natural death statutes that declare the right of terminally ill patients to choose death with dignity by refusing life prolonging treatment for incurable diseases. The alternative to natural death statutes is the ...
  • The Marital Deduction Changes in the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 

    Thompson, R. Keith (Texas Tech Law Review, 1982)
    Discusses the new marital deduction and how it treats the husband and wife as a single economic unit. Also provides a brief history of the bill and how it was passed. The author warns of the consequences of the overall ...
  • The Due-On-Sale Clause is Enforceable in Texas 

    Goggans, James W. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1982)
    Analyzes the issue of whether a due-on-sale clause is enforceable upon the sale of the secured property without the lender’s consent. In this case the Texas Appeals Court held that the due-on-sale clause was enforceable ...
  • Taxation 

    Goheen, Karen (Texas Tech Law Review, 1982)
    The Fifth Circuit decided a multitude of federal tax cases during the survey period. An attempt has been made to analyze the more notable decisions in areas likely to be encountered by the tax practitioner. This Survey is ...
  • State Taxation of Interstate Corporate Income from Intangible Property: Due Process and Commerce Clause Limitations 

    Chisum, Michael (Texas Tech Law Review, 1982)
    Discusses unitary taxation and critiques the Court’s holdings in Mobil Oil Corp. v. Commissioner of Taxes. The article provides a proposal for reform of state unitary taxation of the intangible income of interstate ...

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