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Legal Malpractice Law: Problems and Prevention
(Thomson West, 2008)
This problem-oriented text is designed for use in elective courses on legal malpractice, professional liability, advanced legal ethics, or advanced torts, or in required professional responsibility classes that want to ...
Texas Estate Planning Statutes with Commentary
(Wolter Kluwer, 2008)
This book is an economical and efficient solution to a student’s statutory needs. The code book organizes in one place all of the state and federal statutes which a law student taking a specific course would like to have ...
Theory and Practice in Tax Administration
(Virginia Tax ReviewVirginia Tax Review, 2009)
This article concerns the history of automation in U.S. tax administration and the challenges automation presents to administering the laws consistent with democratic values. The most under-theorized aspect of tax ...
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 ...
Teacher's Manual to accompany Legal malpractice Law: Problems and Prevention
(Thomson West, 2008)
Teacher’s Manual for a problem-oriented text is designed for use in elective courses on legal malpractice, professional liability, advanced legal ethics, or advanced torts, or in required professional responsibility classes ...
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 Consumer Financial Protection Agency: Love It or Hate It, U.S. Financial Regulation Needs It
(Villanova Law Review, 2010)
As the U.S. economy begins a tentative recovery from recession, Congress is debating financial regulatory reform legislation. Whether a stand-alone consumer financial protection agency becomes a centerpiece of the new ...
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 ...
The Two Faces of Insanity
(Texas Tech Law Review, 2009)
One of the great debates surrounding insanity is whether it is an excuse for criminal defendants designed to exculpate otherwise guilty people or whether it is a device used by the government to inculpate otherwise innocent ...
Residential Real Estate. 19 & 19A West’s Legal Forms, 3d ed. Pocket parts.
(Thomson West, 2005)
Professor Beyer drafted the pocket parts of legal forms to aid practitioners who practice in the field of real estate transactions.