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    • Labor Law 

      Tandy, Karen Patrice (Texas Tech Law Review, 1977)
      Provides an overview of Fifth Circuit decisions. In former survey years, the most significant Fifth Circuit decisions were concentrated under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and the Labor Management Relations Act ...
    • Labor Law 

      Dossett, Buddy R. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1978)
      Surveys the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit’s decisions from September 1, 1976, through August 31, 1977 on labor law. While the majority of the court’s decisions merely reaffirmed established precedent, ...
    • Labor Law 

      Alexander, Lynn H. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1979)
      Survey of United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit’s decisions from September 1, 1977, through June 30, 1978 on labor law. The national labor law is the sum of the policies and provisions expressed in the major ...
    • Labor Law 

      Barnhill, Robert E., III (Texas Tech Law Review, 1980)
      The majority of the labor law cases decided by the Fifth Circuit during the survey period merely reaffirmed established precedent. Several significant decisions were rendered, however, concerning the Occupational Safety ...
    • Labor Law Introduction 

      Clinton, L. G., Jr. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1975)
      Reviews labor law cases heard before the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals and addresses the court’s influence in this area of law. A major aspect of the survey which follows is the evidence presented that any previously accepted ...
    • Labor Law: Introduction 

      Morris, Charles J. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1976)
      Introduces the survey of labor law cases from the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. The author provides a brief summary of the cases contained in the survey. Here the author states why certain types ...
    • Labor Law: Survey 

      Wharton, Larry L. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1976)
      Surveys United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit’s labor law decisions for the period from September 1, 1974, through August 31, 1975. The survey covers of topics such as the following: employer interference ...
    • Lack of Tenure Is Immaterial to a Teacher’s Claim That Nonrenewal of His Contract Violated Substantive Due Process 

      Cochran, Virginia (Texas Tech Law Review, 1972)
      Discusses the Court’s decision that school administration requires freedom to make decisions regarding the renewal of faculty members’ contracts. The Court also held that nonrenewal of a faculty contract would not necessarily ...
    • A Landlord Is Not Liable to Public Invitees of the Tenant for Injuries Resulting from Defective Premises 

      Leon, Rolando Luis (Texas Tech Law Review, 1974)
      Looks at the issue of whether a landlord is liable to the public invitee of his tenant for injuries resulting from defective premises and if the invitee should seek redress from the tenant. The author agrees that the ...
    • A Landlord Owes the Duty of Reasonable Care in Maintaining Safety on His Leased Premises 

      Holden, Gerry L. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1974)
      The Supreme Court of New Hampshire held that landlords owe a duty of reasonable care not to subject others to an unreasonable risk of harm and that the traditional questions of control, hidden defects, and common or public ...
    • The Law Library in a New Law School 

      Gallagher, Marian G. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1969)
      Discusses the planning involved for a new law school library. The article discusses law library history, law library administration, the physical building, budget constraints, and the staffing needs of the library. Lastly, ...
    • A Lawyer’s Guide to General Reference Works on Medical Malpractice 

      Trail, William R. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1979)
      Reviews several reference publications on medical malpractice. “The publications relate to different aspects of medical malpractice litigation including the law of medical malpractice; discovery in medical malpractice ...
    • The “Learned Profession” Recognized as an Exemption to Section 1 of the Sherman Act 

      Petty, Michael (Texas Tech Law Review, 1974)
      The Courts have ruled in the past that activities based upon commercial motives are subject to antitrust prohibitions. This article examines how fee schedules for lawyers are in violation of anti-trust laws. Lawyers contend ...
    • A Lease of Residential Property Contains an Implied Warranty of Habitability and Fitness 

      Walker, Susan D. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1973)
      Discusses Mease v. Fox, and the Iowa Supreme Court’s decision to discontinue its application of doctrine of caveat emptor, instead recognizing an implied warranty of habitability and fitness in an oral or written lease of ...
    • Legal Drafting: Curing Unexpressive Language 

      Kirk, Maurice B. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1971)
      By using many examples of confusing statutes, the author expresses the need for more careful drafting in legal writing. Grammatical errors and esoteric legalese render confusing laws. Presented are several ways to help ...
    • Legal Drafting: How Should a Document Begin? 

      Kirk, Maurice B. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1972)
      Focuses on the importance of clarity in the introduction of legal documents. The author condemns rigid language and boilerplate language that does not reflect the terms of a negotiation. The author urges lawyers to start ...
    • Legal Drafting: Some Elements of Technique 

      Kirk, Maurice B. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1973)
      Lawyers must be able to draft documents that clearly convey what their client wishes to express. Discusses techniques which lawyers can use to draft better legal documents. Lawyers are better able to express or perfect ...
    • Legal Drafting: The Ambiguity of “And” and “Or” 

      Kirk, Maurice B. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1971)
      Discusses the use, misuse, and inherent ambiguity of “and,” “or,” and the highly contentious quasi-conjunction “and/or.”
    • Lessors, Whose Lessees Have Sold Natural Gas in Interstate Commerce, Are Bound, upon the Expiration of Termination of the Lease, to Continue Those Interstate Sales by Reason of Section 7(b) of the Natural Gas Act 

      Johnston, Paul M. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1978)
      Examines the United States Supreme Court’s decision in California v. Southland Royalty Co. The Court in Southland held that once the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issues a certificate of unlimited duration regulating ...
    • Lessor’s Obligation to Notify Lessee that Assignee Has Abandoned and that Lessor Intends to Relet for Lessee’s Benefit 

      Magness, W. Bruce (Texas Tech Law Review, 1970)
      Summarized the Texas Court of Civil Appeals at Beaumont case Dean v. Lacey. Dean established that when a lessee assigns his right and the assignee abandons possession of the leased premises, it acts as an offer on the part ...