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Harnessing Wind Is Not (By Nature) Environmentally Friendly
(Pace Environmental Law Review, 2005)
This article seeks to examine the existing regulatory framework and tools for addressing the environmental impacts of wind energy. The introductory discussion of the potential environmental impacts of wind energy generation ...
Toxicological Animal Studies Disparate Treatment as Scientific Evidence
In this article, the authors compare and contrast the differing judicial views concerning scientific evidence and expert testimony that is based on toxicological animal studies and epidemiological studies. The authors ...
Wind Energy Law and Ethics: A Meeting of Kant, Leopold, and Cultural Relativism
The emerging field of wind energy, like many other emerging technologies, develops in the early stages with little or no regulation. This stage of development gives rise to consideration of an ethic which can originate ...
Understanding Technologies of Terror
The variety of weapons of mass destruction are intended to create the maximum possible fear, death, destruction, and general terror in the target region or nation, particularly with new and creative ways of using them. An ...
Halloween Law: A Spirited Look at the Law School Curriculum
(Vargas Publishing, 2012-08)
Halloween Law is a spirited guide through law school study starting with that first scary year. Looking at the law through the lens of Halloween proves the old rule that truth is stranger than fiction. Halloween cases that ...
Rosen and Sutton: The President Is Employing A Royal Idea
An op-ed piece discussing the misuse of Presidential powers by President Obama. The authors suggest that President Obama does not have the power to implement legislation that Congress will not pass by issuing executive ...
Biosecurity Law and Policy: Biosecurity, Biosafety and Biodefense Law
(Vargas Publishing, 2014-01)
This book examines the emerging area of biosecurity law which includes international law, emergency public health law, laboratory biosafety and biosecurity regulations in the context of state, federal and international governance.
Emerging Biotechnologies and the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention: Can it Keep Up with the Biotechnology Revolution?
The biotechnology revolution led to a better quality of life for the human race. More emerging technologies are available to the average person than ever before, bringing both advantages and risks. This article discusses ...
Whistleblower and Liability Protections for Scientific Laboratory Employees
The American whistleblower protection scheme as applied to whistleblowers in the laboratory context is a complex patchwork of federal, state, and local laws. Substantial differences in whistleblower protection for laboratory ...
Law and Biotechnology: Cases and Materials
(Carolina Academic Press, 2004)
This casebook addresses a broad range of issues in many areas of law which are affected by recent advances in biotechnology. The book seeks to examine the law and the underlying science and policy of biotechnology in ...