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  • Beyer, Gerry W. (Texas Bankers Association, 2011-09-30)
    An estate planner must always be on guard when drafting instruments which may supply incentive for someone to contest a will. Anytime an individual would take more through intestacy or under a prior will, the potential for ...
  • Eckstein, Gabriel (Suffolk Transnational Law ReviewSuffolk Transnational Law Review, 1995)
    Part I of this article examines international water law and proposes the application of this legal regime to both surface and underground waters equally and without distinction. This application is founded on the basis ...
  • Graham, Ann (Matthew Bender, 1991)
    Professor Graham gives a detailed, practical guide to the application process for banks and thrifts to gain the approval of federal and state regulators.
  • Fortney, Susan Saab (Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, 1996)
    This article examines how attitudes and law firm culture affect peer review and principal accountability by using empirical data obtained from a survey of Texas law firms. Part I briefly describes the research design and ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (Natural Resources and Environment, 1998)
    Professor Sutton briefly details the problems in the adoption of the American Heritage Rivers Initiative, a regulatory watershed management program implemented by a 1997 executive order of the Clinton administration.
  • Torres, Arturo (Law Library Journal, 1988)
    This bibliography provides a list of primary and secondary sources that are beneficial for the practice of law in Arizona. The authors intends for the sources to be helpful to Arizona legal practitioners. This bibliography ...
  • Phelan, Marilyn E. (Carolina Academic Press, 2002)
    The art world has long had a symbiotic relationship with museums, which provide important assistance in the development and promotion of artists. Art and Museum Law provides a survey of legal issues that are relevant to ...
  • Soonpaa, Nancy (The Second Draft, 2000)
    Professor Soonpaa details how she teaches law students to write office memoranda through examples, sample questions, paradigms, and exercises.
  • Krahmer, John; Gabriel, Henry (Depaul Business and Commercial Law Journal, 2004)
    This is an edited version of the transcript from the third panel at the DePaul Business and Commercial Law Journal Symposium, Emerging Trends in Commercial Law: Surviving Tomorrow's Challenges, held on April 15, 2004. ...
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Houston Law Review, 1993)
    Because of recent additions to the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, Professor Larkin has taken it upon himself to detail the use of judicial notice in Texas courts and maps out the federal origins of the rule changes.
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Houston Law Review, 1983)
    This article provides a detailed commentary on Article II of the Texas Rules of Evidence. Article II contains three rules concerning the judicial notice of adjudicative facts, the determination of law of other states, and ...
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Houston Law Review, 1993)
    The hodgepodge of rules known as presumptions includes rules of vastly varying importance, rules serving widely divergent purposes, and rules that may construct rules of decision. All of these have only two characteristics ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (2013)
    In Asking the Right Questions: Body Scanners, is Salus Populi Supreme Lex the Answer?, Professor Victoria Sutton focuses on the Transportation Security Administration’s body scanner policy and the legal questions the policy ...
  • Baker, Thomas E. (1994)
    Professor Baker posits several radical changes to the structure of the federal appellate courts to ease the growing caseload. First, he suggests restricting the jurisdiction of the federal district courts. Second, Professor ...
  • Winick, Mitchel L. (Texas Wesleyan Law Review, 1996)
    The purpose of this article is to provide attorneys with additional notice and explanation of the history, constitutional basis, and interpretation of Texas' attorney advertising and solicitation rules. If an ounce of ...
  • Winick, Mitchel L. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1996)
    This Article will review the contentious history of attorney advertising-from the 1977 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Bates v. State Bar of Arizona that eliminated the ban on attorney advertising-to the recent adoption of ...
  • Piatt, Bill (New Mexico Law Review, 1990)
    Should an attorney serve as an interpreter for a non-English speaking client in a criminal prosecution? Out of an apparent sense of duty to the court or client, some bilingual attorneys have been willing to assume that ...
  • Fortney, Susan Saab (Banking Law Journal, 1992)
    The courts have yet to decide the issue of the enforceability of provisions in legal malpractice insurance policies that specifically exclude from coverage claims made by government regulators such as the FDIC. The question ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal, 2008)
    This article highlights common non-tax errors made by attorneys in the estate planning context. Professor Beyer posits that by using common sense, vigilance, and being aware of the troublesome areas of estate planning ...
  • Camp, Bryan T. (American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review, 1995)
    This Article contends that bankruptcy courts had no power to order the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to allocate funds to trust fund taxes or non-trust fund taxes by granting designation orders ex post facto. It argues ...