In a high-technology society many of us are exposed to toxic substances, often without realizing it. The air in our homes might contain radon. The fish we eat might be contaminated with PCBs. News reports abound with stories of newly
In unemployment insurance, states should not have right as in NY to recover unemployment insurance over-payments from own errors; should be equity-based
Analyzes 1st amendment rights for corporations by examining the Supreme Court case Pacific Gas and the Berger Court's definition of property rights.
Analyzes each of the major provisions of IRCA that affect foreign farm workers.
Provides farmers representing small farmers against the FmHA witha series of possible arguments to resist FmHA forclosure.
Argues state attorneys general have a crucial role to play in the farm crisis; case study of Minnesota.
Considering how farming should take place in the US -- how will givernment approach the farm economy?
Other Issues in this Volume
- Rejection of Collective Bargaining Agreements in Chapter 11 and the Probability of Strikes: Tipping the Balance of Equities
- Petition for Extraordinary Relief: If the LaRouche AIDS Initiative Had Passed in California
- Employees, Not-So-Independent Contractors, and the Case of Migrant Farmworkers: A Challenge to the Law and Economics Agency Doctrine
- Symposium on Federal and State Methods of Repressing Political Activism, February 21, 1987
- The Distribution of Multiple-Defendant (Conflict) Cases Between the Legal Aid Society and the 18-B Panel at Arraignment
- The Structure and Operation of the 18-B Panel and the Legal Aid Society
- The Shedding of Legal Aid Society Cases to 18-B Panel Attorneys after Arraignment
- The Origins of the Indigent Defense System