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Browsing Texas Tech University School of Law by Author "Floyd, Daisy H."

Browsing Texas Tech University School of Law by Author "Floyd, Daisy H."

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  • Floyd, Daisy H. (Arizona State Law Journal, 1994)
    This article addresses several questions raised by the debate over managerial judging, focusing specifically on federal judges' use of managerial judging techniques to facilitate settlement: First, what evidence exists ...
  • Floyd, Daisy H. (Georgia Law Review, 1995)
    The dilemma of when lawyers must cite adverse authority is one that arises from the long-recognized conflict between the dual roles of lawyers as advocates for clients and officers of the court. The debate usually has ...
  • Floyd, Daisy H. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1992)
    The Fifth Circuit decided a number of cases during the survey period in which it established new rules or clarified existing law. The decisions discussed in this article represent the court's activity in a myriad of ...
  • Floyd, Daisy H. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1993)
    The cases discussed in this Article represent the most noteworthy procedural cases decided by the Fifth Circuit from June 1, 1991, through May 30, 1992. As is always the case in Survey Articles, the cases discussed represent ...
  • Floyd, Daisy H. (Buffalo Law Review, 1996)
    In deciding Hickman v. Taylor, the United States Supreme Court was charged with balancing a policy of liberal discovery with a basic tenet of the adversary system-that each party must develop and present its own case. In ...
  • Evidence 
    Floyd, Daisy H. (2001)
    During the survey period, the Fifth Circuit dealt with several problem areas of evidence law. Not surprisingly, the court was once again called on to consider the application of the United States Supreme Court's decision ...