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22580
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In June 2013, the United States Supreme Court made decisions in favor of marriage equality. But the question remains, does the public embrace or oppose rulings on culturally contested issues regardless of the reasons offered in support of a decision. In the case of United States v. Windsor, it was found that the Court's reasoning in such cases did not dampen pluralism anxiety exhibited by the public in response.
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22581
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The Supreme Court ruled in FTC vs. Actavis, that courts are required to apply a rule of reason analysis in determining whether a reverse payment settlement violates antitrust laws. The reverse payment settlement, which is unique to pharmaceutical litigation, enables a patent-holder to maintain exclusivity in the relevant market and keep prices higher than they would or should be.
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22642
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William J. Turnier, a University of North Carolina law faculty member for forty-one years is honored for his contributions to tax law. Building a nationally recognized expertise in estate and gift taxation since the 1970s, Turnier has published profusely and been Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
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23049
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Alfred Yen, professor of law, argues that consumer confusion plays a major role in the United States trademark system, which challenges previous Supreme Court and academic beliefs.
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3040
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Statistical data for the 1993-94 and 1994-95 terms of the N.C. Supreme Court include number of opinions authored by each justice, actions of individual justices, and working alignments.
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North Carolina Law Review (NoCar K14 0694), Vol. 74 Issue 6, Sept 1996, p1851-1862, il
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5714
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During the 1994-95 school year, over 11,000 children were home schooled in the state. This method cannot offer all classes. Requests to public schools for special classes like chemistry challenge the schools in fitting these students in.
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2162
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The University of North Carolina School of Law is marking its 150th anniversary by remembering its beginnings and milestones along the way, including deanships, major eras in the school's development, and academic programs.
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North Carolina Law Review (NoCar K14 0694), Vol. 73 Issue 2, Jan 1995, p563-955, f
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2502
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Compromise between employer and insurance interests' desire to curtail benefits and workers' desire to keep them resulted in the N.C. Workers' Reform Act of 1994, which benefitted both groups, for example, in cost containment.
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North Carolina Law Review (NoCar K14 0694), Vol. 73 Issue 6, Sept 1995, p2502-2528, f
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2513
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In May, 1994, the school boards of Cumberland, Halifax, Hoke, Robeson, and Vance Counties filed a lawsuit against the state, charging failure to provide sufficient funding to educate their students.
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North Carolina Law Review (NoCar K14 0694), Vol. 73 Issue 6, Sept 1995, p2123-2188, f
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1498
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After detailing the factual background of the case, Rand holds that arguments based on the \"commonality\" and \"personality\" of a congressional district can provide that district with a legitimacy beyond racial composition.
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North Carolina Law Review (NoCar K14 0694), Vol. 72 Issue 3, Mar 1994, p725-758, bibl, f
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1349
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Sitton provides a commentary addressing spousal rape, including a history of the issue in North Carolina and the 1993 repeal of the state's marital rape allowance by the General Assembly.
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North Carolina Law Review (NoCar K14 0694), Vol. 72 Issue 1, Nov 1993, p261-289, il
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825
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Most states have moved toward statutory bans on corporal punishment or allowing local education boards to prohibit the practice in their areas. At one time North Carolina was the only state that did not ban or allow the local boards to prohibit corporal punishment; however, a new amendment will change this.
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North Carolina Law Review (NoCar K14 0694), Vol. 70 Issue 6, Sept 1992, p2058-2072, bibl, f
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823
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North Carolina's amended Natural Death Act and the recently enacted Health Care Power of Attorney Act assist those citizens who want to make their health care wishes known should they no longer be able to communicate them.
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North Carolina Law Review (NoCar K14 0694), Vol. 70 Issue 6, Sept 1992, p2108-2124, bibl, f
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824
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The issue is whether or not the court case STATE VS. MITCHELL allowed room for the admissibility of polygraph tests in the courtroom.
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North Carolina Law Review (NoCar K14 0694), Vol. 70 Issue 6, Sept 1992, p2042-2057, bibl, f
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827
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Hahn discusses what constitutes second degree rape in North Carolina. Constructive force, one of the elements of second degree rape, is defined as that force that causes a woman to submit due to her fear of the attacker, duress, or mental coercion.
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North Carolina Law Review (NoCar K14 0694), Vol. 70 Issue 6, Sept 1992, p2027-2041, bibl, f