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Browsing Law Faculty Scholarship by Author "Wood, Robert E."

Browsing Law Faculty Scholarship by Author "Wood, Robert E."

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  • Wood, Robert E. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1988)
    Civil RICO cases represent a significant and growing portion of all case filings in the federal courts. During the survey period, the Fifth Circuit decided twelve civil RICO cases, more than any other circuit except the ...
  • Wood, Robert E. (Willamette Law Review, 1985)
    One puzzling area of concern for civil RICO litigants is the absence of an applicable statute of limitations. Although Congress had several opportunities to prescribe a limitations period for civil RICO claims, it declined ...
  • Wood, Robert E. (State Bar of Texas, 1981)
    Chapter 20 of this book is devoted to the concept of usury in the state of Texas. The chapter discusses Texas constitutional and statutory usury provisions. The chapter then explores the rules and exceptions related to ...
  • Baker, Thomas E.; Wood, Robert E. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1983)
    In December of 1981, a special committee of the State Bar of Texas was commissioned to study the possibility of instituting a program to generate interest on clients’ trust accounts for the benefit of bar-related public ...