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Shareholder Lawsuits: Where Is the Line Between Legitimate and Frivolous?

Vol.CGRP29,
No.November 27, 2012,
(2012),
pp 1-9

  Shareholder Lawsuits: Where Is the Line Between Legitimate and Frivolous? [PDF] Authors: Professor...

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Patent Wars in the Valley of the Shadow of Death: The Pharmaceutical Industry, Ethics and Global Trade

Vol.59,
(2005),
pp 203-

Attempts to assist developing countries’ access to much needed pharmaceuticals have been implemented but will not...

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South-South Trade and Investment: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly—African Perspectives

Vol.20,
(2011),
pp 513-

In the last two decades, the world economy has seen a shift in intercontinental trade from “North-South”...

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By Eminent Domain or Some Other Name: A Tribal Perspective on Taking Land

Vol.41,
(2005),
pp 51-

The practice of eminent domain in the United States hasn’t changed much, only the people groups affected....

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Defeat or Mixed Blessing? Tribal Sovereignty and the State of Sequoyah

Vol.43,
(2007),
pp 5-

The United States government’s rejection of the State of Sequoyah proved to be an unexpected boon to tribal...

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Moving Toward Exclusive Tribal Autonomy over Lands and Natural Resources

Vol.45,
(2006),
pp 439-

In order for tribal governments and individual American Indians to gain autonomy over their lands and natural resources...

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Reassessing Concurrent Tribal-State-Federal Criminal Jurisdiction in Kansas

Vol.59,
(2011),
pp 949-

The Kansas Act of 1940 is no longer relevant and continues to undercut tribal sovereignty. The Kansas Act was passed to...

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Resistance, Resilience, and Reconciliation: Reflections on Native American Women and the Law

by Stacy Leeds, Elizabeth Mashie Gunsaulis,
Vol.34,
(2012),
pp 303-

Three short stories about three families, the Ladigas, the Danns, and the Conleys, show that the law eventually catches...

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The Civil Justice Reform Act and the Empty Chair

Vol.2003,
(2003),
pp 67-

While current tort laws in Arkansas have moved towards protecting a tortfeasor defendant, they have made plaintiffs and...

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Colorable Claims: The Continuing Significance of Color Under Title VII Forty Years After Its Passage

Vol.26,
(2005),
pp 435-

Litigation over color based discrimination will play an increasingly important role in the development of Title VII...

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The Case for Expanding Child Support Obligations to Cover Post-Secondary Educational Expenses

Vol.56,
(2003),
pp 93-

  In Arkansas, a parent is only required to pay child support until the child turns eighteen or graduates from...

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The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination in Bankruptcy and the Plight of the Debtor

An innocent debtor, who is either ignorant of her constitutional right to the privilege against self-incrimination or...

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Passion and Nation: War, Crime, and Guilt in the Individual and the Collective

Vol.78,
(2003),
pp 751-

  Riffing off of George Fletcher's theory of Romanticism and war, the article reviews Fletcher's arguments...

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Using Development Financing Tools to Help Cover Costs of Adapting to Climate Change in Tornado Alley and Beyond

(2014),
pp 1-21

           In a future menaced by global climate change, to what extent can and should...

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An Educational Partnership Model for Establishing, Structuring, and Implementing a Successful Corporate Counsel Externship

Vol.17,
No.1,
(2010),
pp 99-

  This article explores what the author has learned from developing and supervising an externship program that...

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A Case for the Electoral College and for its Faithless Elector

Vol.2015,
No.1,
(2015),
pp 1-11

A Case for the Electoral College and for its Faithless Elector   Stephen M. Sheppard     ...

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Immigration Consequences of State Criminal Convictions

Vol.2010,
(2010),
pp 149-

A criminal defense attorney must analyze whether a client’s alleged violation of state law puts the client in...

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How Arkansas Convictions are Treated for Immigration Purposes

Vol.2010,
(2010),
pp 159-

This article is a companion piece to "Immigration Consequences of State Criminal Convictions" published in...

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Colorable Claims: The Continuing Significance of Color Under Title VII Forty Years After Its Passage

Vol.26,
(2005),
pp 435-

Litigation over color based discrimination will play an increasingly important role in the development of Title VII...

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Education and Minorities in the Modern Era: Working Civil Rights into Practice, Policy and Procedure

Vol.12,
(2010),
pp 347-

Education and Minorities in the Modern Era: Working Civil Rights into Practice, Policy and Procedure   Albert H....

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Applying Edgewood v. Kirby to Analysis of Fundamental Rights Under the Texas Constitution

by Albert Kauffman, Carmen Maria Rambaut,
Vol.22,
(1992),
pp 69-

Applying Edgewood v. Kirby to Analysis of Fundamental Rights Under the Texas Constitution   Albert H. Kauffman...

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Status and Tenure for Academic Law Librarians: A Survey

Vol.96,
(2004),
pp 127-

Status and Tenure for Academic Law Librarians: A Survey   Sharon Blackburn, Robert H. Hu, Masako Patrum, &...

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PR for Academic Libraries: Focus on the Faculty

Vol.6,
(2002),
pp 28-

PR for Academic Libraries: Focus on the Faculty   Robert H. Hu   6 AALL Spectrum 28 (2002).   The...

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“C” Is for Communication

Vol.6,
(2002),
pp 28-

“C” Is for Communication   Robert H. Hu   6 AALL Spectrum 28 (2002).   Public relations is...

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A Resource Guide to Tax Law Careers

Vol.22,
(2003),
pp 113-

A Resource Guide to Tax Law Careers   Robert H. Hu   22 Legal Reference Services Q. 113 (2003).   This...

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A Guide to Resources on Careers in Foreign and International Law

Vol.93,
(2001),
pp 479-

A Guide to Resources on Careers in Foreign and International Law   Robert Haibin Hu   93 Law Libr. J. 479 (...

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ROI’s Can Validate Your Library’s Value

Vol.7,
(2002),
pp 20-

ROI’s Can Validate Your Library’s Value   Robert H. Hu   7 AALL Spectrum 20 (2002).   The...

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Protecting Intellectual Property in China: A Selective Bibliography and Resource for Research

Vol.101,
(2009),
pp 485-

Protecting Intellectual Property in China: A Selective Bibliography and Resource for Research   Robert H. Hu...

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International Legal Protection of Trademarks in China

Vol.13,
(2009),
pp 69-

International Legal Protection of Trademarks in China   Robert H. Hu   13 Marq. Intell. Prop. L. Rev. 69 (...

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South-South Trade and Investment: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly—African Perspectives

Vol.20,
(2011),
pp 513-

In the last two decades, the world economy has seen a shift in intercontinental trade from “North-South”...

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By Eminent Domain or Some Other Name: A Tribal Perspective on Taking Land

Vol.41,
(2005),
pp 51-

The practice of eminent domain in the United States hasn’t changed much, only the people groups affected....

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Defeat or Mixed Blessing? Tribal Sovereignty and the State of Sequoyah

Vol.43,
(2007),
pp 5-

The United States government’s rejection of the State of Sequoyah proved to be an unexpected boon to tribal...

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Moving Toward Exclusive Tribal Autonomy over Lands and Natural Resources

Vol.45,
(2006),
pp 439-

In order for tribal governments and individual American Indians to gain autonomy over their lands and natural resources...

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Reassessing Concurrent Tribal-State-Federal Criminal Jurisdiction in Kansas

Vol.59,
(2011),
pp 949-

The Kansas Act of 1940 is no longer relevant and continues to undercut tribal sovereignty. The Kansas Act was passed to...

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Resistance, Resilience, and Reconciliation: Reflections on Native American Women and the Law

by Stacy Leeds, Elizabeth Mashie Gunsaulis,
Vol.34,
(2012),
pp 303-

Three short stories about three families, the Ladigas, the Danns, and the Conleys, show that the law eventually catches...

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The Civil Justice Reform Act and the Empty Chair

Vol.2003,
(2003),
pp 67-

While current tort laws in Arkansas have moved towards protecting a tortfeasor defendant, they have made plaintiffs and...

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Colorable Claims: The Continuing Significance of Color Under Title VII Forty Years After Its Passage

Vol.26,
(2005),
pp 435-

Litigation over color based discrimination will play an increasingly important role in the development of Title VII...

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Law in High Heels: Performativity, Alterity and Aesthetics

Vol.20,
No.2,
(2011)

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Jurisdiction, Abstention, and Finality: Articulating a Unique Role for the Rooker-Feldman Doctrine

Vol.42,
(2012),
pp 553-600

Federal courts frequently confuse the Rooker-Feldman doctrine with Younger abstention and preclusion law, often using...

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South-South Trade and Investment: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly—African Perspectives

Vol.20,
(2011),
pp 513-

In the last two decades, the world economy has seen a shift in intercontinental trade from “North-South”...

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Views: 230
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By Eminent Domain or Some Other Name: A Tribal Perspective on Taking Land

Vol.41,
(2005),
pp 51-

The practice of eminent domain in the United States hasn’t changed much, only the people groups affected....

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Views: 255
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Defeat or Mixed Blessing? Tribal Sovereignty and the State of Sequoyah

Vol.43,
(2007),
pp 5-

The United States government’s rejection of the State of Sequoyah proved to be an unexpected boon to tribal...

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Views: 302
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Moving Toward Exclusive Tribal Autonomy over Lands and Natural Resources

Vol.45,
(2006),
pp 439-

In order for tribal governments and individual American Indians to gain autonomy over their lands and natural resources...

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Views: 201
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Reassessing Concurrent Tribal-State-Federal Criminal Jurisdiction in Kansas

Vol.59,
(2011),
pp 949-

The Kansas Act of 1940 is no longer relevant and continues to undercut tribal sovereignty. The Kansas Act was passed to...

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Views: 313
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Resistance, Resilience, and Reconciliation: Reflections on Native American Women and the Law

by Stacy Leeds, Elizabeth Mashie Gunsaulis,
Vol.34,
(2012),
pp 303-

Three short stories about three families, the Ladigas, the Danns, and the Conleys, show that the law eventually catches...

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Views: 251
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The Civil Justice Reform Act and the Empty Chair

Vol.2003,
(2003),
pp 67-

While current tort laws in Arkansas have moved towards protecting a tortfeasor defendant, they have made plaintiffs and...

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Views: 241
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Colorable Claims: The Continuing Significance of Color Under Title VII Forty Years After Its Passage

Vol.26,
(2005),
pp 435-

Litigation over color based discrimination will play an increasingly important role in the development of Title VII...

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Views: 410
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Law in High Heels: Performativity, Alterity and Aesthetics

Vol.20,
No.2,
(2011)

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Views: 1,646
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Jurisdiction, Abstention, and Finality: Articulating a Unique Role for the Rooker-Feldman Doctrine

Vol.42,
(2012),
pp 553-600

Federal courts frequently confuse the Rooker-Feldman doctrine with Younger abstention and preclusion law, often using...

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