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    • “Tall Stack” Control Strategy Is Not Acceptable Control Strategy Until All Available Emission Limitation Techniques Have Been Employed 

      Duvall, Jim (Texas Tech Law Review, 1975)
      Covers two main issues: 1) The Georgia Air Quality Act and its provision empowering the Department of Public Health of Georgia to grant variances from the effective date of air quality controls requirements and 2) the ...
    • Tax Introduction 

      Wells, Peter (Texas Tech Law Review, 1975)
      Explores the tension between the attorney’s duty to maintain confidence of the client and the revelation of information for purposes of IRS audits. The author states that ultimately, the attorney must resign from the matter ...
    • Tax: Introduction 

      Davis, Robert Edwin (Texas Tech Law Review, 1976)
      Introduces a survey of Tax 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 tax topics to be ...
    • Tax: Survey 

      Greak, Nolan; Petty, Michael (Texas Tech Law Review, 1976)
      Surveys tax 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 various topics including the following topics: sections ...
    • Taxation 

      Welch, Deborah; Doty, Robert (Texas Tech Law Review, 1977)
      A limited number of tax decisions were rendered by the Fifth Circuit during this survey period. Most of these decisions were not noteworthy because they followed previously accepted opinions and rulings. Nevertheless, the ...
    • Taxation 

      Hammer, David W. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1978)
      Survey of United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit’s intellectual property cases from September 1, 1976, through August 31, 1977. The survey includes various topics including individual taxation, corporate ...
    • Taxation 

      Price, Allen L.; Wallace, W. Scott (Texas Tech Law Review, 1979)
      Survey of United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit’s decisions on taxation from September 1, 1977, through June 30, 1978. The survey includes various topics including individual taxation, corporate taxation, ...
    • Taxation 

      Schultz, Steven Joseph (Texas Tech Law Review, 1980)
      Analyzes notable decisions in taxation during the Fifth Circuit’s recent term. The Court’s decisions clarifies positions in regards to gross income, exclusions and deductions from gross income, and subchapter S status. ...
    • A Tenant Has a Cause of Action for Retaliatory Eviction Due to His Reporting of Housing Code Violations 

      Dockery, Robert W. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1979)
      Summarizes the Texas Court of Civil Appeals for Dallas’s case Sims v. Century Kiest Apartments. In Sims, Sims, a tenant at Century Kiest Apartments, reported violations of various housing, building, and health codes. Sims ...
    • Tender Offers: An Analysis of the Early Development of Standing to Sue Under Section 14(e) 

      Jennings, M. Charles (Texas Tech Law Review, 1974)
      Examines the development of the law of standing to sue under section 14(e) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. The author concludes that the judiciary has failed to set out a well-reasoned precedent for the future; yet ...
    • Termination of the Texas Homestead—A Summary 

      McDonald, Frank G.; Woodward, Garland Benton (Texas Tech Law Review, 1979)
      Examines the Texas homestead exemption and ways in which it may be terminated. The homestead in Texas has been one of the most carefully guarded rights since its inception in 1839.' Yet, certain ways do exist in which the ...
    • The Test for Reasonable Necessary Use 

      Walker, Milton (Texas Tech Law Review, 1971)
      Critiques the Texas Court of Civil Appeals at San Antonio’s decision in Jones v. Getty Oil Co. In Jones, the court chose not to follow a harm/benefit balancing test in determining whether or not a surface estate was harmed ...
    • Texas Allows Reformation of Land Contract to Correct Statute of Frauds Deficiencies if Identity Is Clear in the Minds of the Parties 

      Wright, Jimmy B. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1974)
      The court held in Shotwell, that following an erroneous contract for the sale of real property, where the mistake is not in the identity of the real property which is clear to both parties, but is merely in the description ...
    • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Article 11.07 The Exclusive Post-Conviction Remedy in Texas 

      Driskill, Jack (Texas Tech Law Review, 1970)
      Outlines the various post-conviction remedies available, as well as their development and application in Texas. The author suggests that further development of Texas’s post-conviction statutes are need by the legislature, ...
    • The Texas Confession Statute: Some New Wine in the Same Old Bottle 

      Bubany, Charles P. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1978)
      Examines the changes made by the Texas Legislature in amending the Texas confession statute. This article seeks to identify some of the problem areas by a general review and comment on the amended statute. For purposes of ...
    • Texas Corporate Directors’ Standard of Care and Right To Rely: A Proposed Modification 

      Handler, T. Richard; Christy, J. Gordon (Texas Tech Law Review, 1976)
      In 1955, the Texas Legislature adopted the Texas Business Corporation Act (TBCA), which largely derives from the Model Business Corporation Act (Model Act). Periodically, the American Bar Association Committee on Corporate ...
    • Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act Applies to Persons Not Engaged in the Business of Selling 

      Campbell, Katherine A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1978)
      Analyses the Dallas Court of Civil Appeal’s case Singleton v. Pennington. Pennington appealed from a judgment that he falsely represented the engine of a boat was in excellent working condition on the grounds that he was ...
    • The Texas Doctrine of Interspousal Immunity Is Abolished Insofar As It Has Barred All Claims Arising From Wilful Or Intentional Torts 

      Blanscet, Gary W. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1978)
      Examines the Texas Supreme Court’s case Bounds v. Caudle. In Bounds, the appellate court reversed the trial court’s finding of wrongful death on the basis of the Texas doctrine of interspousal immunity for willful or ...
    • Texas Does Not Apply the Doctrine of Res Ipsa Loqitur in Medical Malpractice Cases 

      Holden, Gerry L. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1973)
      The Texas Court of Civil Appeals in Louis v. Parchman held that the doctrine of re ipsa loquitur is not applicable in medical malpractice cases in the absence of “extraordinary circumstances.” Traditionally res ipsa loquitur ...
    • The Texas Equal Rights Amendment and The Family Code: Litigation Ahead 

      Sampson, John J. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1974)
      Examines the relationship of certain provisions of the new Texas Family Code to the requirements of the Equal rights Amendment of the Texas Constitution (TERA). The clash between these two legal standards, the author ...