Wine in America

Author: Richard Mendelson
Publisher: Aspen Law & Business
ISBN: 9780735599741
Format: PDF
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Richard P. Mendelson deftly explains the federal, state, and local laws that govern wine production, taxation, marketing, distribution, and sales. Wine Law in America: Law and Policy exemplifies and sheds light on Commerce Clause and 21st Amendment issues, as well as matters of public health and social responsibility. Complementing a variety of courses, Wine Law in America: Law and Policy, features: lucid explanations of the federal, state, and local laws governing wine production, taxation, marketing, distribution, and sales discussion of Commerce Clause and 21st Amendment issues case law that addresses interstate trade in wine coverage of intellectual property concerns regarding wine labeling and advertising matters of public health and social responsibility for wine industry members and wine consumers how to establish and operate a wineryincluding grape sourcing, vineyard leases, and licensing and permitting descriptions of key international institutions and agreements that regulate the global wine industry

The Little Red Book of Wine Law

Author: Carol Robertson
Publisher: American Bar Association
ISBN: 9781590319888
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Following on the success of The Little Green Book of Golf Law, this fascinating book takes a look at how the world of wine, vineyards and wine drinking has intersected with the law. Modeled after a case of wine, this book contains 12 chapters each examining a specific topic. The book broadens anyone's appreciation of the wine industry, and will be a welcome addition to any wine enthusiasts or lawyers library.

Climate Change Law and Policy

Author: Hari Osofsky
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1454836024
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Pioneers in an emergent field, the authors of Climate Change Law and Policy have created a modular and accessible text with extensive web resources. Designed for 2- and 3-credit courses, discussion, commentary, and exercises are integrated into every chapter. Tracing key legal developments, the scope of this landmark text spans international, United States, foreign, state and local, and nongovernmental efforts to address climate change. A concise text that takes a global view, Climate Change Law and Policy features: accessible and modular format that can adapt to a variety of teaching objectives timely coverage of key legal developments in climate change control around the world discussion of the role of non-nation-state actors in forming climate change policy, including cities, corporations, NGO's, and individuals draws from commentary of leading experts on each topic exercises in each chapter based on major law and policy issues extensive web resources, including updates and links

Higher Education Law

Author: Klinton W. Alexander
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136937838
Format: PDF, ePub
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Higher Education Law is a comprehensive and accessible guide to the law of higher education. Drawing from real-life cases on United States campuses, the authors equip readers with the tools and knowledge to effectively respond in an environment of increasing litigation. This textbook clearly explains the higher education law emanating from federal and state constitutions, as well as the common law flowing from appellate courts throughout the US. Addressing a clear gap in the literature currently available, this text provides: an explanation of the point of law case examples rules of law case notes "context setting" This innovative approach weaves law into its historical, political and sociological context, and is designed to help students and professors better understand the law as it applies to colleges and universities. It also provides higher education administrators in student affairs, development, philanthropy, and financial affairs with clear guidance on the legal responsibilities of their respective offices.

Public Interest Lawyering

Author: Alan K. Chen
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1454818883
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Public Interest Lawyering is the first comprehensive analysis of public interest lawyering that is suitable as a law school elective text and/or advanced legal profession courses and seminars. Drawing upon a range of theoretical and empirical perspectives, this timely textbook examines the lives of public interest lawyers, the clients and causes they serve, the contexts within which they work, the strategies they deploy, and the challenges they face today. Features: The first comprehensive overview of the broad range of contemporary issues faced by public interest lawyers in any American law school text. Thorough discussion of important theoretical issues about the scope and definition of public interest lawyering. Addresses American public interest law from a historical perspective with focus on current issues. Expansive examination of the settings in which public interest practice occurs, including nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and private law firms. Presents the advantages and limits of different legal strategies in public interest practice, including lobbying, public education, community organizing, and community economic development. Addresses contemporary challenges of public interest law in context, including economics and financing, legal ethics, the role of legal education, and the globalization of public interest practice. Discusses critiques of public interest law, including a reflection about the role of lawyers in social movements that addresses contemporary critiques. Ethical obligations of public interest lawyers. Explores special issues related to lawyer-client relations in social change contexts. Extensive coverage of: Models of law reform organizations. Conservative cause lawyering. Government lawyers. The economics of social change lawyering. Global social change lawyering.

Animal Law

Author: David S. Favre
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 145483398X
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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In Animal Law: Welfare, Interest, and Rights, author David Favre uses problems, case studies, and doctrine as part of a thoughtful exploration of the history, law, and policy of animals rights. Including ample material on jurisprudence, Favre asks students to consider: What are the arguments for animal rights as a matter of philosophy and law? Student-friendly text introduces cases that address a variety of topics. A rich selection of materials shed light on the history of legal and policy protections for animals dating back to 1867. The timely Second Edition updates Animal Law: Welfare, Interest, and Rights. A New Jersey case and legislature impacts animals in agriculture. Favre considers recent cases on dog fighting, as well as a custody dispute case involving a dog. The procedural standing chapter offers timely new cases and a new, improved organization. Tracing the development of animal rights law, this innovative casebook features: David Favre, who has extensive experience teaching and speaking around the world on animal rights issues a consistent emphasis on issues that the public faces with regard to animals , including ownership, sale, veterinary malpractice, recovery for damages for harm to animals, and more accessible problems and engaging case studies on animal rights topics jurisprudence and legal reasoning: what are the arguments for animal rights as a matter of philosophy and law? case decisions supported by informative text a rich variety of material that traces the 100-year history of animal rights an in-depth treatment of the law and policy protecting commercial and agricultural animals The timely Second Edition includes: a key New Jersey decision and legislation concerning animals in agricultural recent cases on dog fighting a look at dog custody in a divorce case new cases on procedural standing a new case on an individual hoarding animals

Mastering American Indian Law

Author: Angelique Townsend EagleWoman
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781594603297
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Mastering American Indian Law is a text designed to provide readers with an overview of the field. By framing the important eras of U.S. Indian policy in the Introductory Chapter, the text flows through historical up to contemporary developments in American Indian Law. This book will serve as a useful supplement to classroom instruction covering tribal law, federal Indian law and tribal-state relations. In ten chapters, the book has full discussions of a wide range of topics, such as: Chapter 2–American Indian Property Law; Chapter 3–Criminal Jurisdiction in Indian Country; Chapter 4–Tribal Government, Civil Jurisdiction and Regulation; Chapter 8–Tribal-State Relations; and Chapter 9–Sacred Sites and Cultural Property Protection. Throughout the text, explanations of the relevant interaction between tribal governments, the federal government and state governments are included in the various subject areas. In Chapter 10–International Indigenous Issues and Tribal Nations, the significant evolution of collective rights in international documents is focused upon as these documents may be relevant for tribal governments in relations with the United States. For Indian law courses, law school seminars on topics in American Indian Law, undergraduate and graduate level American Indian Studies classes, and those interested in the field, this book will provide an easy-to-read text meant to guide the reader through the historical to the contemporary on the major aspects of American Indian law and policy. This book is part of the Carolina Academic Press Mastering Series edited by Russell L. Weaver, University of Louisville School of Law.

Environmental crime

Author: Kathleen F. Brickey
Publisher: Aspen Law & Business
ISBN: 9780735562493
Format: PDF, Docs
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In this exciting addition to Aspen's Elective Series, Kathleen Brickey, a leading criminal law and white collar crime specialist and author of numerous scholarly publications, offers a unique perspective on the intersection of environmental law and criminal law. Using an interdisciplinary approach, The author covers major environmental and criminal law issues in a clear, concise style that is easily accessible to all students regardless of their backgrounds. An outstanding teaching tool, Environmental Crime is suitable for use in courses or seminars on environmental law, white collar crime, federal criminal law, public policy, and advanced criminal law. This unique book boasts a number of outstanding attributes: Distinguished authorship: As the author of a three-volume treatise and a leading casebook on corporate and white collar crime, Brickey brings exceptional insight and experience To The task. Skillful integration of environmental and white collar crime issues: The book blends topical coverage of key environmental statutes relating to air and water pollution, hazardous waste, and toxic substances with coverage of conventional white collar crime statutes that federal prosecutors often use in tandem with environmental crime charges. Carefully selected materials to enhance teaching and learning: The book skillfully integrates clear and succinct discussions of major environmental and criminal law issues with illustrations, discussion questions, judicial decisions, and case studies designed to stimulate lively classroom discussion. In-depth discussion of enforcement trends: Real world illustrations, combined with the author's practical knowledge of environmental crime prosecutions, give students an excellent grounding in current trends in criminal enforcement practices. Interdisciplinary approach that helps clarify difficult issues: The author adeptly blends legal, environmental, and policy considerations to illustrate environmental crime and criminal enforcement issues, including prosecutorial discretion. Text is appropriate level for all audiences: Environmental Crime is highly readable and accessible to students regardless of their technical or legal backgrounds. Take advantage of Kathleen Brickey's experience and expertise. Environmental Crime is lucid, concise, And The first book intended for law school study that deals exclusively with the subject. it will be an invaluable resource for any criminal law, white collar crime, or environmental law and policy course or seminar.

Leadership

Author: Deborah L. Rhode
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
ISBN: 9781454802174
Format: PDF, Docs
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This is the first course book targeted for leadership courses in law schools, and one of the few accessible classroom- oriented texts for leadership in policy and management programs. It combines excerpts from leading books and articles, accessible background material, real-world problems and case histories, class exercises, and bibliographic and media references in areas of core leadership competencies. Features: Author Deborah L. Rhode has edited three well respected books on leadership (two on women and one on moral leadership), has developed one of the first law school courses on leadership, and has written widely on leadership. Each chapter includes excerpts from foundational texts, engaging overviews of core concepts, discussion questions, class problems, and exercises. The problems and overviews draw on contemporary real world examples as well as leading research. Each major topic includes links to short segments from movies, documentaries, and news clips that can be shown in class. Sufficient materials are available so that professors who want to focus only on law, or policy, or management, can select readings and problems centered on those areas. Coverage includes key theoretical and empirical issues concerning the nature and qualities of leadership, the role of values, gender and diversity, philanthropy and public service, and core competencies (decision making, influence, communication, conflict resolution, crisis management, social and organizational change). Materials on moral leadership and scandals make for highly engaging discussion on "how the good go bad." A separate chapter on leadership through film and literature provides background and questions for leading novels, short stories, and movies that profile leadership challenges in law, policy, and management.