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Constitutional Criminal Procedure
This article discusses decisions of the Eleventh Circuit and also decisions of the former Fifth Circuit during the survey period of January 1, 1981, to December 31, 1981. Of the twenty-three individual rights guaranteed ...
Creditors' Rights in Texas 2nd Edition Volume 2: Chapter 20 Usury
(State Bar of Texas, 1981)
Chapter 20 of this book is devoted to the concept of usury in the state of Texas. The chapter discusses Texas constitutional and statutory usury provisions. The chapter then explores the rules and exceptions related to ...
The Continuing Battle With the Performance Rights Societies: The Per Se Rule, the Rule of Reason Standard, and Copyright Misuse
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1984)
The Supreme Court has consistently held that price fixing is unlawful per se under section 1 of the Sherman Act. However, in Broadcast Music, Inc. v. Columbia Broadcasting System, the Supreme Court refused to rule that ...
Special Contribution: A Primer on Precedent in the Eleventh Circuit
(Mercer Law Review, 1983)
This article is the third and final article in a series of articles written by Professor Baker considering the problems of precedent created by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Reorganization Act of 1980. The Act divided ...
Legal Strategies for Industrial Innovation: Section 8 State and Local Regulation of Innovation
The Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act: Its Requirements, Consequences, and Implications for Persons Participating in Real Estate Development
(Boston College Law Review, 1983)
The Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act, (ILSFDA), was passed by Congress as Title XIV of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 and became effective on April 28, 1969. The ILSFDA contains provisions for the ...
Article II: Judicial Notice
(Houston Law Review, 1983)
This article provides a detailed commentary on Article II of the Texas Rules of Evidence. Article II contains three rules concerning the judicial notice of adjudicative facts, the determination of law of other states, and ...
Conflicts Between the Exploitation of Lignite and Oil and Gas: The Case For Reciprocal Accommodation
(Houston Law Review, 1984)
The incompatibility of certain types of mineral development on the same acreage is a longstanding but well-hidden problem that affects the development of American energy supplies. This article analyzes the incompatibility ...
Transboundary Air Pollution and the Clean Air Act: An Historical Perspective
(University of Kansas Law Review, 1983)
Transboundary Air Pollution (TAP) has been a continuing problem that neither the courts nor the Congress have been able to effectively address. TAP problems raise not only political and jurisdictional issues, but also ...
Section 1983 and Municipal Liability: Selected Issues Two Years After Monell v. Department of Social Services
(Urban Lawyer, 1980)
In Monell v. Department of Social Services the United States Supreme Court embarked on a new trail into the heretofore forbidden realm of municipal liability for the deprivation of constitutional rights of individuals. ...