Baseball and the law: a selected annotated law LibrBaseball and the law: a selected annotated law Libr
Copyright 2005 by the American Association of Law Libraries; Amy Beckham Osborne
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Length: 15103 words comment: Operational Encroachment: Woodpeckers and their Congressman nameLength: 15103 words comment: Operational Encroachment: Woodpeckers and their Congressman name
Vieques, sought to "enjoin the Navy from using any portion of its lands in Vieques for the purpose of carrying out military training operations." In this case
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P. W. Martin Topic 6 Content of Entitlement Fair use and other important exceptions a- fair useP. W. Martin Topic 6 Content of Entitlement Fair use and other important exceptions a- fair use
Princeton Univ. Press V. Michigan Document Serv., 1996 fed app. 0357P, 99 F. 3d 1381
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Introduction to Copyright LII 2000 P. W. Martin Introduction to Copyright LawIntroduction to Copyright LII 2000 P. W. Martin Introduction to Copyright Law
Questions to ask or dimensions to probe of any body of law arguably establishing a regime of intellectual property
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Essay: Who Cares What the Pundits Think ofEssay: Who Cares What the Pundits Think of
The Essay discusses Emery v. City of Middletown, the first court case to test a municipality’s compliance with the 2007 amendments and in which Attorney Hollister, representing the property owner
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Symposium Intellectual Property and Contract Law for the Information Age: The Impact of Article 2B of the Uniform Commercial Code on the Future of Information and CommerceSymposium Intellectual Property and Contract Law for the Information Age: The Impact of Article 2B of the Uniform Commercial Code on the Future of Information and Commerce
The third set of doctrines is a number of state public policies that cannot be overridden by contract. Taken together, these doctrines create a patchwork public policy of intellectual property law that Article 2B cannot alter
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England After EmpireEngland After Empire
English nation, as longstanding cultural and political institutions, including the imperial economy, were dismantled. In the decades that followed, tensions about race, class, and gender that had been held in check by two world wars were
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Columbia Law Review March, 1998 267 a constitution of democratic experimentalismColumbia Law Review March, 1998 267 a constitution of democratic experimentalism
The authors argue that this type of self‑government is currently emerging in settings as diverse as the regulation of nuclear power plants, community policing, procurement of sophisticated military hardware, environmental regulation
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