|Author:||James V DeLong|
|Publisher:||National Legal Center for the Public Interest (1999)|
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The battle over property rights hits the corporate boardroom ( on legislation, regulation, and litigation). 0937299855 (ISBN13: 9780937299852). Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
The corporate state property management system is revealed, its .
The corporate state property management system is revealed, its subjects are defined, their organizational and legal forms of activity are investigated, the principles of their activity on state property management are summarized. The authorities of administration activities in state property management are systematized, the constitutional foundations of their interaction are determined. Property rights and government regulation have been the subject of considerable discussion and controversy in recent years. The concern over regulatory takings is explored and traced briefly noting the entry of the federal government into the arena of land use regulation.
Lawsuits over coffee burns, playground injuries, even bad teaching: litigation "horror stories" create the impression that .
Lawsuits over coffee burns, playground injuries, even bad teaching: litigation "horror stories" create the impression that Americans are greedy, quarrelsome, and sue-happy. The truth, as this book makes clear, is quite different. What Thomas Burke describes in Lawyers, Lawsuits, and Legal Rights is a nation not of litigious citizens, but of litigious policies-laws that promote the use of litigation in resolving disputes and implementing public policies.
Every lawyer studies property rights in the first year of law school, but this basic . Home owners, property developers, environmentalists, local government officials, and pundits are up in arms over a variety of property rights measures on the ballots in many states.
Every lawyer studies property rights in the first year of law school, but this basic education rarely makes for cocktail chatter. Castle Coalition map showing possible eminent domain abuses in . On September 30, Louisiana passed the first of these measures. Ten more are up for vote on November 7. The turmoil dates back to a . Supreme Court decision last year, Kelo v. City of New London.
The days of light-touch regulation are over, said Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts, chairman of the .
The days of light-touch regulation are over, said Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts, chairman of the House Financial Services Committee. Continue reading the main story.
A battle over agents' commission. Publication March 2013 . These include the terms sole selling rights, sole agency and ready, willing and able purchaser.
Barbarians in the Boardroom: Activist Investors and the battle for control of. .
It’s an illuminating read for those wondering what drives activists, and includes occasional references to music (another Mr. Gramm hobby) with lucid observations on investors and corporations. 9 people found this helpful.
Regulation through litigation refers to changes in society (particularly those that affect industries) brought about by litigation, rather than legislation or regulation. Some critics of regulation through litigation cite the constitutional doctrine of separation of powers, arguing that rules that govern society as a whole should be rooted solely in laws enacted by legislative bodies
From a purely political perspective, those in power in the state legislature at the time of redistricting largely act like they have unilateral authority to do as they please. In this volume, contributors discuss why such an assumption is concerning in the modern political environment.
From a purely political perspective, those in power in the state legislature at the time of redistricting largely act like they have unilateral authority to do as they please. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
Trends in Data Breach and Cybersecurity Regulation, Legislation and Litigation Part 2 April 17, 2014 For nearly a decade, we ve had major data breaches at companies both large and small. Millions of consumers. 37 Data Breach Litigation: Statutory Damages Congress or states could pass laws (or amend existing laws) providing a private right of action or statutory damages Traditionally, such rights/damages have not eliminated the requirement that plaintiffs prove injury in fact But a recent 9th Circuit decision (not alleging data breach) held that plaintiffs need not allege actual injury to sue for willful.