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  • Thomas Jefferson's agrarian vision and the changing nature of property.

    ... was very much aware of the influence of the feudal past in Europe and our ties to it. He wanted no remnants of that past institutionalized ... believed that one could sell agricultural surplus for the limited manufactures that were needed (81). This is a correct interpretation of ...

  • IP Newsletter - July 2015

    In This Issue: - En Banc Federal Circuit Abandons “Strong” Presumption That a Limitation Is Not Subject to 35 U.S.C. § 112, Paragraph 6 - Supreme Court Rejects Belief of Invalidity Defense for Inducement in Commil v. Cisco - Patent Trial and Appeal Board Grants Rare Motion to Amend Claims in Inter Partes Review &

  • Insurance Horizons 2019

    As a global insurance industry team, we aim to follow industry trends and developments as closely as possible in order to deliver well informed perspectives and thought leadership to our clients and contacts. In the newly updated 2019 edition of our Insurance Horizons publication, our global team identifies a number of current and evolving trends that are shaping the future of the...

  • Poverty Among Single Elderly Women Under Different Systems of Old-Age Security: A Comparative Review

    This study takes stock of available comparative research on the economic status of elderly single women in six industrialized countries: France, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States. A systematic comparison of income has become easier due to such standardized data bases as the Luxembourg Income Study.

    ...; one based on activities by the Statistical Office of the European Union (Eurostat), the other initiated by the Luxembourg Income Study ... the statistical sources for assessing social assistance are very limited. Of all women aged 65 or older, 1.8 percent received some amount of social ...

  • Post Election Update 2014

    The 2014 Midterm Elections have taken place and Republicans performed extremely well in all categories – winning key gubernatorial and congressional races – in what many are viewing as a "wave election." In the Senate, Republicans are now in the majority after picking up at least seven seats that were previously held by Democrats, giving the GOP a minimum of 52...

    ... allow LNG to be shipped to Ukraine, Japan, and allies in western Europe who are reliant on Russian natural gas. In August, Governor John ... and Security (BIS), are subject to specific restrictions and limited exceptions. In function, the licensing mandate has operated as a de facto ...

  • Chapter II. Treaty provisions concerning the legal status of the United Nations and related intergovernmental organizations

    A. Treaty provisions concerning the legal status of the United Nations 1. Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations. Approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 13 February 1946 5 2. Agreements relating to installations and meetings (a) Agreement between the United Nations and Morocco concerning the status of the United Nations Mission for the Referendum...

    ... of the People's Republic of China on the United Nations/China/European Space Agency Conference on Space Applications in Promoting Sustainable ...1. The total number of participants will be limited to 85 (up to 40 foreign participants and up to 45 national participants). ...

  • The New Sovereignty: Compliance with International Regulatory Agreements.

    ... international business transactions to international trade; from European Union law to international organizations. It poses a critical ongoing .... . [that] performs a set of relatively limited, specialized, and in some sense, technical functions . . . across one or ...

  • Fairness in International Law and Institutions.

    ... international business transactions to international trade; from European Union law to international organizations. It poses a critical ongoing .... . [that] performs a set of relatively limited, specialized, and in some sense, technical functions . . . across one or ...

  • Chapter IX. Legal documents index of the United Nations and related inter-governmental
         organizations

    A. Legal documents index of the United Nations I. General Assembly and subsidiary organs 1. Plenary General Assembly and Main Committees (A) Documents relating to agenda items of legal interest (twenty-first session) (1) Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples: report of the Special Committee on the Situation with regard to the...

  • Energy & Environment Update - November 2014 #3

    In This Issue: - Energy and Climate Debate - Congress - Administration - Department of Defense - Department of Energy - Department of Interior - Department of State - Department of Treasury -...

  • Wrap-Up of Federal and State Chemical Regulatory Developments 12/14

    EPA Schedules Public Teleconference Of Science Advisory Board Chemical Assessment Advisory Committee For Review Of Draft Ammonia Assessment: On November 17, 2014, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Science Advisory Board (SAB) Staff Office announced two public teleconferences of the SAB Chemical Assessment Advisory Committee Augmented for the Review of the...

    ... On Legislative Areas Of The TTIP Addresses Nanomaterials: The European Parliament (EP) Committee on Environment, Public Health, and Food Safety ... check of the REACH registration submitted by Tioxide Europe Limited for titanium dioxide. In the contested decision, ECHA requested Tioxide ...

  • Building momentum: US M&A in 2016

    After a slow start and several challenges, American M&A thrived as the year closed — 2017 could be explosive for dealmaking. M&A accelerates into 2017 - Despite political uncertainty and subdued activity early in 2016, the US M&A market closed the year with a flourish. 2017 looks to be strong. After a slow start to 2016,...

  • Windfalls.

    ... "risk" may be one source of confusion, since its popular use is limited to bad luck. It is important, then, to note the benefits that citizens ...Surveyors, often the first and only Europeans to scout land before sale, had unmatched knowledge about soil quality, for ...

  • The origins of historical jurisprudence: Coke, Selden, Hale.

    ...It predominated in some countries of Europe as well as in the United States in the late nineteenth and early twentieth ... not believe in the Roman Catholic doctrine of a secular monarchy limited by ecclesiastical authority. He was, in fact, an Anglican and a monarchist ...

  • On Carolingian book painters: The Ottoboni Gospels and its Transfiguration Master.

    ...(5) Contemporary northern Europe presents a similar picture of "medieval" practice, of masters closely ..., although to be sure one needs to reckon with the dramatically limited available space. The only comparable example known to me, in the early ...

  • The Subprime Meltdown: A Primer*

    ... investors such as life insurance companies and pension funds are limited as to how much they can invest in any securities that are not investment ... operates in over 20 offices across North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. NERA Economic Consulting (www.nera.com), founded in ...

  • Past presents: New year's gifts at the Valois courts, CA. 1400.

    ...During the European Middle Ages, gift exchanges or, rather, the broader principle of ... of objects would have been radically different from our own, limited as we are to experiencing them, when they survive, by sight but not by ...

  • The commoning of the common law: the Renaissance debate over printing English law, 1520-1640.

    ...Italian and Northern European humanists impressed on their English followers a respect for the press's ... example, complained when their works escaped from an envisioned limited circulation and, through unauthorized copying, wound up in too many or the ...

  • Recent Trends in Class Action and Aggregate Litigation in the Life Sciences Industry

    Introduction - For the last several years, the life sciences industry has been fertile ground for class action and aggregate litigation. Developments in this area have driven several trends, including state consumer fraud claims, securities class actions, antitrust class actions, and aggregate litigation brought by private healthcare insurers and state attorneys general....

  • Yuclear Weapons. A Crisis of Conscience

    ...The potential devastation and carnage of war was transformed from limited to unlimited. If ever unleashed, the present nuclear stockpiles of the ...Anti-nuclear movements have gained a stronger foothold in Western Europe and the United States in the 1980s. Mass demonstrations have been ...

  • Sexualized racism/gendered violence: outraging the body politic in the Reconstruction South.

    ...(633) These implements, a relic of the European charivari tradition, (634) were put to sinister uses by their perversely ..., where they struggled to survive with no ready means of support, limited skills, and few prospects. (725) . Economic insecurity was apparently ...

  • 'Fare una cosa morta parer viva': Michelangelo, Rosso, and the (un)divinity of art.

    ... the artist works not according to a principle of mimesis, which is limited to what nature presents to the eye, but according to a higher principle ... artist." (74) His account of the devotional image in medieval Europe concludes with the confrontation and dialogue of image and art. It seems ...

  • Global Energy Game Changers

    The global energy sector is undergoing a dramatic transformation. Advanced technologies, distributed networks and new regulations in nearly every subsector have strangled yesterday's business models. Foundational elements throughout the industry, including energy transfer and storage, have seen massive disruption. At the same time, price fluctuations, volatile consumer demand and cyber and...

  • Washington Outlook for 2015

    In This Issue: - Introduction - Agriculture, Food Safety, and Nutrition - Appropriations, Budget, and Debt Ceiling - Defense and National Security - Education - Energy and Environment - Financial Services - Foreign Policy - Health Care - Immigration and Judiciary -...

  • Trump Administration: 2017 Recap and 2018 Outlook

    On January 20, 2017, businessman Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States following a contentious and unconventional 2016 presidential election. Republicans also successfully maintained control of both the House and the Senate. Prior to 2017, the GOP had unified control of the legislative and executive branches for only six and a half of the past 64 years....