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- The Universe's greatest buyer's guide.
Under the Guise of Reform: How Marijuana Possession Is Exposing the Flaws in the Criminal Justice System's Guarantee of a Right to a Jury Trial
Recent Supreme Court decisions have restricted a criminal defendant's right to a jury trial. By setting the threshold to trigger a jury trial right at six-months imprisonment, the Supreme Court once feared that the legislature might classify serious crimes as petty, and take away a defendant's right to a jury trial. But what if the opposite happened? What if the legislature classified an offense...
- The big bluff: Obama, cyber economic espionage, and the threat of WTO litigation.
- FOOD & BEVERAGE 2019 FRANCHISE DIRECTORY.
Keep Calm and Causation On: Reframing Causation Analysis in Private Section 1 Antitrust Actions at Summary Judgment
A private plaintiff's ability to enforce antitrust violations critically hinges upon proof that the plaintiff's injury was in fact caused by the defendant's antitrust violation—a deceptively simple requirement. This Note traces the history of the treatment of the causation element in private Section 1 antitrust conspiracy claims, as well as the differing approaches courts apply to the causation...
- GENERAL INTEREST: INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Outsized Influence.
- IFA food and beverage members alphabetical listing.
- Leak prosecutions and the First Amendment: new developments and a closer look at the feasibility of protecting leakers.
- Wirtgen America, Inc. v. United States, 051820 USCIT, 20-00027
- Performance Specifications
- Lights, camera, legal action: assessing the question of acting performance copyrights through the lens of comparative law.
- Janus Capital Group: how 'making' a statement leads to insulation from liability.
- 360 U.S. 203 (1959), 329, National Labor Relations Board v. Cabot Carbon Co.,
- Leveraging death.
- The contours of the parallel claim exception: the supreme court's opportunity to define the ill-defined.
- 425 U.S. 391 (1976), 74-18, Fisher v. United States
- 383 U.S. 541 (1966), 104, Kent v. United States
- The legality of class action waivers in employment contracts.
- Red tape tightrope: regulating financial conflicts of interest in FDA advisory committees.
- Preclusion and criminal judgment.
- The third bound.
- 485 U.S. 312 (1988), 86-803, Boos v. Barry
- THE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE OF NATIONAL SECURITY.
- AN AVOIDABLE CONUNDRUM: HOW AMERICAN INDIAN LEGISLATION UNNECESSARILY FORCES TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS TO CHOOSE BETWEEN CULTURAL PRESERVATION AND WOMEN'S VINDICATION.