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Browsing Law Faculty Scholarship by Author "Huffman, Walter B."

Browsing Law Faculty Scholarship by Author "Huffman, Walter B."

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  • Moss, Frederick E.; Huffman, Walter B. (1985)
    There are few attorneys that specialize in acquisition law, and senior Army leadership requested that the Judge Advocate General (JAG) office become more involved in major acquisitions. In response, JAG increased training ...
  • Huffman, Walter B. (1975)
    This article analyzes the seminal Supreme Court decision in Stanton v. Stanton, in which the Supreme Court struck down a Utah law that distinguished the age of majority for men and for women. The article explains the Supreme ...
  • Huffman, Walter B. (1980)
    The Department of Defense and the Army both responded to the Anti-Deficiency Act with various regulations and publications. The Department of Defense published DoD Directive 7200.1, which was designed to control agency ...
  • Huffman, Walter B. (Military Law Review, 2009)
    The transcript of Major General (Ret.) Walter Huffman’s lecture at the annual Hugh J. Clausen Lecture in Leadership.
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Huffman, Walter B.; Joyce, John F.; Heffelfinger, Harlan M.; Grendell, Timothy J. (1982-04)
    Notices of tax deficiency sent to APO and FPO addresses are deemed to be addressed to a person not living in the United States. When garnishing wages, the government is responsible only to honor writs issued by a “court ...
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Fowler, Joseph C.; Huffman, Walter B. (1980-08)
    A Maryland equity court can enforce an alimony decree of another state using the same equitable remedies and sanctions it would use to enforce a decree it had entered in the first instance. The Oregon Court of Appeals ...
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Huffman, Walter B.; Joyce, John F.; Grendell, Timothy J.; Heffelfinger, Harlan M. (1981-08)
    Texas cannot compel jury service for active duty military members acting under federal law and the orders of a superior.
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Fowler, Joseph C.; Huffman, Walter B. (1981-02)
    That statutory right to modification of alimony may be waived in a separation agreement. South Dakota courts are able to retroactively modify court-ordered child support payments under proper circumstances. The Uniformed ...
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Huffman, Walter B.; Joyce, John F.; Grendell, Timothy J.; Heffelfinger, Harlan M. (1982-02)
    A collection of legal updates and news related to military legal assistance. The amended Truth-in-Lending Act requires disclosure violations to be “material” before statutory damages of twice the finance charge are awarded ...
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Fowler, Joseph C.; Huffman, Walter B. (1981-01)
    A collection of legal updates pertaining to military legal assistance. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy reorganization plan was rejected by the court for lack of good faith because the individual debtors had the ability to pay ...
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Huffman, Walter B.; Joyce, John F.; Grendell, Timothy J.; Heffelfinger, Harlan M. (1982-01)
    A collection of legal updates relating to military legal assistance. Attorneys should be aware of the actual law as written in the Fugitive Felon Act but should also be aware of the Department of Justice’s policy in ...
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Huffman, Walter B.; Joyce, John F.; Grendell, Timothy J.; Heffelfinger, Harlan M. (1981-07)
    The survivors of former or retired military personnel sometimes do not receive the survivor benefits to which they are entitled by virtue of the decedent’s military service. These system failures most often occur because ...
  • Huffman, Walter B.; Joyce, John F.; Grendell, Timothy J.; Heffelfinger, Harlan M. (1982-07)
    A seven-minute videotape entitled "An Introduction to Writing Your Will" is available and was designed for use in legal assistance office waiting rooms, unit preventive law classes, and pre-deployment briefings. The State ...
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Huffman, Walter B.; Joyce, John F.; Grendell, Timothy J.; Heffelfinger, Harlan M. (1981-06)
    Legal Assistance Office libraries should contain available source material; the article lists publications which can be obtained for free or for minimal expense. A collection agency harassed debtors in violation of the ...
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Huffman, Walter B.; Joyce, John F.; Heffelfinger, Harlan M.; Grendell, Timothy J. (1982-06)
    The announcement of a seminar on the military family covering the following subjects: the Military Family Resource Center; military benefits for the family; update on McCarty; the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act ...
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Fowler, Joseph C.; Huffman, Walter B. (1981-03)
    Missouri will now allow a nonresident to serve as the personal representative of a decedent’s estate. Missouri’s state inheritance tax was repealed; under the new law, the state will now impose a "pickup tax (a state ...
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Huffman, Walter B.; Joyce, John F.; Grendell, Timothy J.; Heffelfinger, Harlan M. (1982-03)
    The Military Family Resource Center (MFRC) is an international center to support family advocacy in the military services and to assist professionals who provide help to military people and their families around the world. ...
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Huffman, Walter B.; Joyce, John F.; Grendell, Timothy J.; Heffelfinger, Harlan M. (1982-05)
    The failure to notify a spouse of electing out of a survivor benefit plan voids the election under the Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) statute. A personal assets inventory completed at the time of will execution can later ...
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Fowler, Joseph C.; Huffman, Walter B. (1980-11)
    Maryland now awards rehabilitative, not permanent, alimony. All relevant factors should be considered when awarding alimony, and it should be awarded only for the period of time needed to allow the receiving party to ...
  • Alvarey, Joel R.; Huffman, Walter B.; Joyce, John F.; Grendell, Timothy J.; Heffelfinger, Harlan M. (1981-11)
    Notice that a creditor is an assignee was sufficient to meet the requirements of the Truth In Lending Act and Regulation Z. Louisiana will not recognize a foreign divorce of one of its residents serving as an active duty ...