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(Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 2021)ABSTRACT|How should the political branches of state and local governments cooperate with one another to promulgate emergency public health legislation? And how much deference should the judiciary allocate state executives ...
Kelsay v. Ernst: In a Time of National Public Outrage Over a Lack of Police Accountability, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit's Botched Qualified Immunity Analysis Highlights Serious Problems with the Doctrine as a Whole (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 2021)INTRODUCTION|This Note will first recount the pertinent facts and holding in Kelsay. This Note will then review the development of qualified immunity through United States Supreme Court precedent and review Eighth Circuit ...
(Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 2021)
(Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 2021)INTRODUCTION|The arbitration community and its consumers have been forced to discuss the need for and use of remote hearings in light of COVID-19’s detrimental effect. Thus, the “ordinary” arbitral procedure has been forced ...
(Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 2021)ABSTRACT|Opponents of mandatory arbitration in consumer and employee contracts have filed numerous actions in courts across the United States, including the Supreme Court of the United States, challenging its legality. ...