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    • Background Checks in the University Admissions Process: An Overview of Legal and Policy Considerations 

      Dickerson, Darby (2008)
      A primary question post-Virginia Tech has been how to keep campuses safe. This article begins by examining recent incidences of student-on-student violence. It then discusses current college and university practices regarding ...
    • Background Checks in the University Admissions Process: An Overview of Legal and Policy Considerations 

      Dickerson, Darby (2008)
      A primary question post-Virginia Tech has been how to keep campuses safe. This article begins by examining recent incidences of student-on-student violence. It then discusses current college and university practices regarding ...
    • Bailor Beware: Limitations and Exclusions of Liability in Commercial Bailments 

      Dickerson, A. Darby (1988)
      In the United States, bailees often include in contracts exculpatory clauses for limited liability while in the possession of a tangible item of personal property. However, whether the bailee may properly avoid liability ...
    • Banking Law 

      Pawlowic, Dean G. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1999)
      All was relatively quiet on the banking front for the Fifth Circuit during the survey period. The court did decide two significant cases permitting de facto interstate branching for banks whose main offices are located ...
    • Banking Law 

      Pawlowic, Dean G. (Texas Tech Law Review, 2000)
      Litigation arising from bank failures continues to form a prominent part of the banking law landscape for this survey period. Under this general heading, the Fifth Circuit continued to refine its analysis of the interplay ...
    • Bankruptcy 

      Dennis, Don C. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1977)
      Surveys the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal’s significant cases during 1975 and 1976. The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals decided significant cases in the areas of partnership bankruptcy, summary jurisdiction, and debts ...
    • Bankruptcy 

      Rochelle, William J., Jr. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1975)
      Tracks the changes to bankruptcy law, focusing on the proposed Bankruptcy Act of 1973. The proposed act is the first major overhaul since the Bankruptcy Act of 1898 and the amendments of the Chandler Act in 1938. One of ...
    • Bankruptcy and the Land Sales Contract: the Rights of the Vendee Vis-à-vis the Vendor’s Bankruptcy Trustee 

      Lynn, D. M. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1974)
      Examines the unique conflicts that arise when the bankruptcy of an individual or corporation who is the vendor in a contract for the sale of land. Specifically, a conflict arises between the appointed bankruptcy Trustee ...
    • The Bankruptcy Code’s Rejection of Trademark Under § 365(n) and the Motley Consequences when a Debtor Rejects a High-Tech Trademark License 

      Enright, Jason (Texas Tech Business & Bankruptcy Law Journal, 2014)
      This article discusses the inconsistencies in rejection of intellectual property licenses in bankruptcy. The article first reviews the three main areas of intellectual property: copyright, patent, trademark. The article ...
    • Bankruptcy For Agridebtors 

      Hassler, David P. (1975)
    • Bankruptcy Law: Provisions of New Chapter 12 Help Stave Off Farm Liquidations 

      Krahmer, John (National Law journal, 1987)
      In an attempt to meet the special needs of farmers for a workable reorganization procedure after filing for bankruptcy, Congress amended the Bankruptcy Code in late 1986 to include a new Chapter 12 entitled “Adjustment of ...
    • Bankruptcy: Introduction 

      Rochelle, William J., Jr. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1976)
      Introduces a survey of bankruptcy law cases from the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit for the period from September 1, 1974, through August 31, 1975. The author gives a brief summary of the bankruptcy ...
    • Bankruptcy: Survey 

      Baskind, Stephen L. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1976)
      A survey of bankruptcy law decisions for the period from September 1, 1974, through August 31, 1975 from the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. The survey covers the following topics: discharge, the ...
    • Banks and the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act 

      Krahmer, John (Texas Tech Law Review, 1987)
      The purpose of this article is to provide the practicing attorney with a useful reference source in the prosecution and defense of Deceptive Trade Practices Act ("DTPA") claims involving banks and other financial institutions. ...
    • Bar association officers 

      Lubbock Avalanche Journal (1982-11-05)
    • The Bar Examination and Admission to the Bar: An Annotated Bibliography of Articles, 1998-2007 

      Torres, Arturo; Guymon, Bryan J. (2008)
      This is a twenty-page annotated bibliography of articles dealing with the bar exam and admission to the bar. The bibliography includes citations and annotations for relevant articles published between 1998 and 2007. This ...
    • Bare Facts of Fire or Theft No Longer Rebut the Presumption of a Bailee’s Negligence 

      Patterson, Rod (Texas Tech Law Review, 1976)
      Prior to the ruling in Classified Parking Systems v. Dansereau, bailees in Texas were not liable for negligence under the bare-facts rule if they could show that theft or fire were involved. In Dansereau, the court held ...
    • Bargaining and the Family 

      Ahrens, Gary A. (Oklahoma City University Law Review, 1980)
      In this 1980 article, Professor Ahrens begins with the proposition that family law is complex and fragmented. As an explanation for this proposition, Ahrens posits that family law reflects the social reality of the family, ...
    • Barr v. Mateo and the Problem of Coequal Protection for State and Federal Officials 

      Casto, William R. (1977)
      This article discusses the development and disparity of judicial application of immunity to state and federal officials, as well as administrative officials. The article focuses discussion in the realm of section 1983 ...