Camilla E. Watson
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"[P]rovides a guide on tax procedures and tax fraud in the USA. This book summarizes the legal rules and provides a broad overview of the federal tax practice and procedure area in both the civil and the criminal context. The coverage includes IRS and treasury rulemaking, ethics issues of tax practice, confidentiality and disclosure, audits and administrative appeals, statute of limitations, litigations considerations, penalties and collection process, liability, investigation and tax crimes."--From publisher
Andrea L. Dennis
What is important to understanding American law? What is important to understanding hip hop? Wide swaths of renowned academics, practitioners, commentators, and performance artists have answered these two questions independently. And although understanding both depends upon the same intellectual enterprise, textual analysis of narrative storytelling, somehow their intersection has escaped critical reflection. Hip Hop and the Law merges the two cultural giants of law and rap music and demonstrates their relationship at the convergence of Legal Consciousness, Politics, Hip Hop Studies, and American Law. No matter what your role or level of experience with law or hip hop, this book is a sound resource for learning, discussing, and teaching the nuances of their relationship. Topics include Critical Race Theory, Crime and Justice, Mass Incarceration, Gender, and American Law: including Corporate Law, Intellectual Property, Constitutional Law, and Real Property Law.
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"[E]xamines how a significant portion of the population, deserted by banks, is forced to wander through a Wild West of payday lenders and check-cashing services to cover emergency expenses and pay for necessities -- all thanks to deregulation that began in the 1970s and continues decades later."--From publisher
Joseph S. Miller
The book contains edited cases, patent figures, and excerpts, along with brief introductions on patent law. This book is designed for use in close conjunction with a specific softcover hornbook published by Wolters Kluwer, Janice Mueller’s, Patent Law, Fourth Edition (Aspen Student Treatise Series 2013). If you decide to use this case collection to teach a course of your own — as I hope people will — please check back to ensure that you have the most up-to-date version. This version, which is 2.0, was posted in June 2015.
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Sheldon H. Nahmod, Michael Wells, Thomas A. Eaton, and Fred Smith
The fourth edition contains updated Supreme Court and circuit courts decisions.
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Diane Marie Amann and American Society of International Law
Intended as an aid to judges and litigants when foreign or international law (including treaties and customary norms) forms a part of the case before them....
Begins with a primer on international law's sources and status in U.S. courts. Jurisdictional, preliminary, and procedural concerns, like immunities and evidence-gathering, next are treated. The Benchbook then provides discussions of concrete instances in which such issues may arise; for example, arbitration, child abduction, human rights, and the international sale of goods. It concludes with issues of interpretation and research resources.--Preface
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"This book presents a new comparative theory to explain this divergence and explores the theory's ramifications for law and public policy. Bruner argues that regulatory structures affecting other stakeholders' interests - notably differing degrees of social welfare protection for employees - have decisively impacted the degree of political opposition to shareholder-centric policies across the common-law world. These dynamics remain powerful forces today, and understanding them will be vital as post-crisis reforms continue to take shape."--From publisher
Arthur Cockfield, Walter Hellerstein, Rebecca Millar, and Christophe Waerzeggers
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Nicole Huberfield, Elizabeth Weeks Leonard, and Kevin Outterson
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"The authors have eliminated the traditional, copious case notes following the primary sources in exchange for longer excerpts and clearer explanations. In order to create a streamlined casebook, the authors have chosen topics selectively, drawing guidance from American Health Lawyers Association curriculum recommendations, and engaged the topics in depth so students emerge with an understanding of the most important features of American health care law, prepared to practice.
Richard A. Nagareda, Robert G. Bone, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch, Charles Silver, and Patrick Woolley
This casebook comprehensively covers the subject of aggregate litigation. The second edition includes more information about litigation strategies, judicial practices, financial considerations, and empirical findings.
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School of Law faculty at the University of Georgia author some of our country's leading legal scholarship. The following is a collection of books published by our past and current faculty members.
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