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The editors say that they hope its Second Circuit review issue will rival the annual
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Scatena, Patrice C., 'Deference to Discretion: Scalia's Impact on Judicial Review
of Agency Action in An Era of Deregulation'  38 The Hastings Law Journal,
1223–1260. Schuck, Peter H. and Elliott, E. Donald, 'To the Chevron Station: An ...
Author: Jaime Arancibia
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Examining the law of judicial review in the context of commercial regulation, this book provides a critical view of British courts' deferential attitude to commercial regulation. It advocates a more intensive form of review based on the principle of proportionality which is more satisfactory in terms of individual justice.
David B. Baum. Hamline Journal of Law and Religion http://www.hamline.edu/ law/jlr/ Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal http://www.
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Author: David B. Baum
A planning guide that takes you from the moment the potential client steps into your office, through all aspects of case preparation, to the moment you step before the judge as an advocate. Covers in detail: • Initial client interview • Investigation of the case • Gathering evidence • Case organization • Initiating lawsuits • Preserving the attorney-client relationship • Retaining an expert • Preparation of demonstrative evidence • Final 100 days First published in 1981. 1 Volume; updated with revisions.
PERITZ, Rudolph J., "The "Rule of Reason" in Antitrust Law: Property Logic in
Restraint of Competition', 40 Hastings Law Journal, 1989, 285-342. PERITZ,
Rudolph J., 'A Genealogy of Vertical Restraints Doctrine', 40 Hastings Law Journal, ...
Author: B. Bouckaert
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Law and economics can be considered as the most exciting development in legal scholarship in recent decades. This volume is the first all-encompassing bibliography in this area. It lists approximately 7000 publications, covering the whole area of law and economics, including `old' law and economics (topics such as antitrust law, labor law, tax law, social security, economic regulation, etc.) as well as `new' law and economics with such topics as tort law, contract law, family law, procedure, criminal law, etc.). The volume also includes the literature on the philosophical foundations and the fundamental concepts of the approach. Part Two gives a special survey of law and economics publications in Europe, written in other languages than English. The Bibliography of Law and Economics is an invaluable reference work for students, scholars, lawyers, economists and other people interested in this field.
The Hastings Law Journal, the University of Colorado Law Review, and the
Marquette Sports Law Journal were kind enough to publish articles that ultimately
evolved into portions of this book in volume 47 of the Hastings Law Journal, “
Author: Kenneth L. Shropshire
Publisher: NYU Press
Category: Social Science
Discusses the institutionalized racism of college and professional team sports, where most owners are white, and most athletes are not, and suggests changes
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worthy of record ; it is the memorial of the officers and members of the County of Hastings Law Association , expressing their deep sense of loss in the lamented ...
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Author: Andrea Bianchi
Publisher: OUP Oxford
International lawyers have long recognised the importance of interpretation to their academic discipline and professional practice. As new insights on interpretation abound in other fields, international law and international lawyers have largely remained wedded to a rule-based approach, focusing almost exclusively on the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties. Such an approach neglects interpretation as a distinct and broader field of theoretical inquiry. Interpretation in International Law brings international legal scholars together to engage in sustained reflection on the theme of interpretation. The book is creatively structured around the metaphor of the game, which captures and illuminates the constituent elements of an act of interpretation. The object of the game of interpretation is to persuade the audience that one's interpretation of the law is correct. The rules of play are known and complied with by the players, even though much is left to their skills and strategies. There is also a meta-discourse about the game of interpretation - 'playing the game of game-playing' - which involves consideration of the nature of the game, its underlying stakes, and who gets to decide by what rules one should play. Through a series of diverse contributions, Interpretation in International Law reveals interpretation as an inescapable feature of all areas of international law. It will be of interest and utility to all international lawyers whose work touches upon theoretical or practical aspects of interpretation.
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Author: Élisabeth Zoller
"Introduction to Public Law" is a historical and comparative introduction to public law. The book traces back the origins of the "res publica" to Roman law and analyzes the course of its development, first during the monarchical age in continental Europe and England, and then during the republican age that began at the end of the eighteenth century with the democratic revolutions in the United States and France. For each period and country, the book analyzes the major concepts of public law and their transformations: sovereignty, the state, the statute, the separation of powers, the public interest, and administrative justice.
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... (2009) 12 New Criminal Law Review 390 Damaška, M.R., 'Truth in
Adjudication' (1998) 49 Hastings Law Journal 289 Damaška, M.R., 'What Is The
Point of International Criminal Justice?' (2008) 83 ChicagoKent Law Review 329
Author: Elies van Sliedregt
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Despite the growth in international criminal courts and tribunals, the majority of cases concerning international criminal law are prosecuted at the domestic level. This means that both international and domestic courts have to contend with a plethora of relevant, but often contradictory, judgments by international institutions and by other domestic courts. This book provides a detailed investigation into the impact this pluralism has had on international criminal law and procedure, and examines the key problems which arise from it. The work identifies the various interpretations of the concept of pluralism and discusses how it manifests in a broad range of aspects of international criminal law and practice. These include substantive jurisdiction, the definition of crimes, modes of individual criminal responsibility for international crimes, sentencing, fair trial rights, law of evidence, truth-finding, and challenges faced by both international and domestic courts in gathering, testing and evaluating evidence. Authored by leading practitioners and academics in the field, the book employs pluralism as a methodological tool to advance the debate beyond the classic view of 'legal pluralism' leading to a problematic fragmentation of the international legal order. It argues instead that pluralism is a fundamental and indispensable feature of international criminal law which permeates it on several levels: through multiple legal regimes and enforcement fora, diversified sources and interpretations of concepts, and numerous identities underpinning the law and practice. The book addresses the virtues and dangers of pluralism, reflecting on the need for, and prospects of, harmonization of international criminal law around a common grammar. It ultimately brings together the theories of legal pluralism, the comparative law discourse on legal transplants, harmonization, and convergence, and the international legal debate on fragmentation to show where pluralism and divergence will need to be accepted as regular, and even beneficial, features of international criminal justice.
16 Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Journal 359 (1995). Kahan, Dan M.,
and Martha C. Nussbaum. “Two Conceptions of Emotion in Criminal Law.” 96
Columbia Law Review 269 (1996). Kang, Jerry. “Racial Violence against Asian ...
Author: Cynthia Lee
Publisher: NYU Press
A man murders his wife after she has admitted her infidelity; another man kills an openly gay teammate after receiving a massage; a third man, white, goes for a jog in a “bad” neighborhood, carrying a pistol, and shoots an African American teenager who had his hands in his pockets. When brought before the criminal justice system, all three men argue that they should be found “not guilty”; the first two use the defense of provocation, while the third argues he used his gun in self-defense. Drawing upon these and similar cases, Cynthia Lee shows how two well-established, traditional criminal law defenses—the doctrines of provocation and self-defense—enable majority-culture defendants to justify their acts of violence. While the reasonableness requirement, inherent in both defenses, is designed to allow community input and provide greater flexibility in legal decision-making, the requirement also allows majority-culture defendants to rely on dominant social norms, such as masculinity, heterosexuality, and race (i.e., racial stereotypes), to bolster their claims of reasonableness. At the same time, Lee examines other cases that demonstrate that the reasonableness requirement tends to exclude the perspectives of minorities, such as heterosexual women, gays and lesbians, and persons of color. Murder and the Reasonable Man not only shows how largely invisible social norms and beliefs influence the outcomes of certain criminal cases, but goes further, suggesting three tentative legal reforms to address problems of bias and undue leniency. Ultimately, Lee cautions that the true solution lies in a change in social attitudes.
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Author: Jurgen Basedow
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
The decentralisation of competition law enforcement and the stimulation of private damages actions in the European Union go hand in hand with the increasingly international character of antitrust proceedings. As a consequence, there is an ever-growing need for clear and workable rules to co-ordinate cross-border actions, whether they are of a judicial or administrative nature: rules on jurisdiction, applicable law and recognition as well as rules on sharing of evidence, the protection of business secrets and the interplay between administrative and judicial procedures. This book offers an in-depth analysis of these long neglected yet practically most important topics. It is the fruit of a research project funded by the European Commission, which brought together experts from academia, private practice and policy-making from across Europe and the United States. The 16 chapters cover the relevant provisions of the Brussels I and Rome I and II Regulations, the co-operation mechanisms provided for by Regulation 1/2003 and selected issues of US procedural law (such as discovery) that are highly relevant for transatlantic damages actions. Each contribution critically analyses the existing legislative framework and formulates specific proposals to consolidate and enhance cross-border antitrust litigation in Europe and beyond.
I. Bennett Capers is an associate professor of law at Hofstra Law School where
he specializes in criminal law and ... His articles have appeared in the Harvard
Journal on Legislation, Houston Law Review, Hastings Law Journal, and Tulane
Author: R. Schur
Category: Literary Criticism
This work examines the experiences of African Americans under the law and how African American culture has fostered a rich tradition of legal criticism. Moving between novels, music, and visual culture, the essays present race as a significant factor within legal discourse. Essays examine rights and sovereignty, violence and the law, and cultural ownership through the lens of African American culture. The volume argues that law must understand the effects of particular decisions and doctrines on African American life and culture and explores the ways in which African American cultural production has been largely centered on a critique of law.
Well, Hardly Ever: Strict Antitrust Scrutiny as an Alternative to Per Se Antitrust
Illegality, 38 Hastings LawJournal 471 (1987) Oliver Black,Per Se Rules
andRules of Reason: What AreThey?, 18(3) European Competition Law Review
145 (1997) ...
Author: Csongor István Nagy
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
This book examines the structure of the rule on restrictive agreements in the context of vertical intra-brand price and territorial restraints, analysing, comparing and evaluating their treatment in US antitrust and EU competition law. It examines the concept of 'agreement' as the threshold question of the rule on restrictive agreements, the structure and focus of antitrust/competition law analysis, the treatment of vertical intra-brand price and territorial restrictions and their place in the test of antitrust/competition law. The treatment of vertical intra-brand restraints is one of the most controversial issues of contemporary competition law and policy, and there are substantial differences between the world's two leading regimes in this regard. In the US, resale price fixing merits an effects-analysis, while in the EU it is prohibited almost outright. Likewise, territorial protection is treated laxly in the US, while in the EU absolute territorial protection - due to the single market imperative - is strictly prohibited. Using a novel approach of legal analysis, this book will be of interest to academics and scholars of business and commercial law, international and comparative law.
Mark S. Kende is a Professor of Law, the James Madison Chair in Constitutional
Law, and Director of the Drake ... appeared in publications such as Constitutional
Comrnentary, the South African Law Journal, the Hastings Law journal, and the ...
Author: Mark S. Kende
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book examines the South African Constitutional Court to determine how it has functioned during the nation's transition.