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    • Workmen's Compensation - Evidence - Nebraska Workmen's Compensation Court May Not Be More Restrictive Than Nebraska Trial Courts in Admitting Evidence 

      Fraizer, Theodore Duncan (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 1979)
      INTRODUCTION|The Nebraska Workmen's Compensation Act is administered and enforced by the Nebraska Workmen's Compensation Court. In the recent decision of Fite v. Ammco Tools, Inc., the Nebraska Supreme Court clarified the ...
    • Workmen's Compensation - Statute of Limitations - Nebraska Spreme Court Applies Discovery Rule Analysis to Deny Employee's Claim 

      Richey, Thomas K. (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 1979)
      INTRODUCTION|In Novak v. Triangle Steel Co., the Nebraska Supreme Court faced the novel issue of whether the statute of limitations of the Nebraska Workmen's Compensation Act barred a workmen's compensation claim where an ...
    • Workmen's Compensation - Supreme Court Review 

      Unknown author (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 1979)
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|One of the more significant Nebraska decisions during the past year in the workmen's compensation area was Fite v. Ammco Tools, Inc. Although the Nebraska Evidence Rules do not apply to proceedings in ...
    • Workmen's Compensation - Supreme Court Review 

      Unknown author (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 1975)
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|During the survey period, no particularly startling decisions were handed down in the area of workmen's compensation. The following two cases are of interest, however, one dealing with a constitutional ...
    • Workmen's Compensation - Supreme Court Review 

      Unknown author (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 1976)
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|The extent of coverage of the Nebraska Workmen's Compensation Act was at issue in two decisions by the Nebraska Supreme Court during the survey period. While the court significantly broadened the scope ...
    • Workmen's Compensation - Supreme Court Review 

      Unknown author (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 1977)
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|Throughout the survey period, as in years past, the Nebraska Supreme Court repeatedly confronted and resolved controversy surrounding the area of workmen's compensation. As an arbiter of the conflict ...
    • Workmen's Compensation - Supreme Court Review 

      Unknown author (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 1980)
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|The Nebraska Supreme Court announced several important decisions relating to workmen's compensation in the past year.|Among the most significant of these decisions was Spiker v. John Day Co. The plaintiff, ...
    • Works Made for Hire under the Copyright Act of 1976 - Two Interpretations 

      O'Meara, William (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 1982)
      INTRODUCTION|The Copyright Act of 1976 replaced the Copyright Act of 1909. It is clear from the legislative history of the new act that Congress did not intend a mere codification of the case law that had developed after ...
    • The Works of William Bullokar, Vol. IV: Aesops Fablz, 1585 

      Alston, Robin,; Bullokar, William; Danielsson, Bror; Turner, J. R (School of English: The University of LeedsUniversity of Leeds School of English,. Leeds, 1969)
      Finding this book represents a wonderful piece of luck! I had sought it for some time and had it on my want list. When I came to Leeds for the medieval institute, I thought of trying to find the university press, but the ...
    • The Works of William Bullokar, Vol. IV: Aesops Fablz, 1585 

      No Author (School of English: The University of Leeds. Leeds, 1969)
      Here is a second copy of this book bought at the same time and place as the first. Finding this book represents a wonderful piece of luck! I had sought it for some time and had it on my want list. When I came to Leeds ...
    • Worl v. Worl 

      Unknown author (2013)
    • The World About Us 

      Anderson, Charles J (Laurel Book Company. Chicago, 1935)
      This children's reader contains one fable, The Cat, the Monkey, and the Chestnuts (209-10). This becomes a flattery story. Even after the cat burns a paw, she goes back to get more nuts out of the fire. An exercise after ...
    • World Café for Leadership Development 

      Kempnich, J.; Costanzo, C. (2014)
    • The World Does Not Need Me: On Politics and Humility 

      Cavanaugh, William T. (Center for Catholic Thought, Creighton University.. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2016)
      EXCERPT|The only way to change the world is to live as if God has already changed the world, because God has, so instead of doing everything or doing nothing it's the grace to do one thing and that one thing then frees us ...
    • World Literature Web Site (2001-2011) 

      Fajardo-Acosta, F. (2005)
    • World of Enchantment: Legends & Myths: An International Collection of Children's Art 

      No Author (Distributed to the book trade by Publishers Group WestFoghorn Press. Emeryville, Calif.San Francisco, 1993)
      Completely Produced by Kids! proclaims the cover of this landscape-formatted art book featuring children's art that accompanies stories from various cultures. I am surprised to find how much material in it is familiar to ...
    • A World of Fables 

      Schildgen, Brenda Deen; Van den Abbeele, Georges (Pacific View Press. Berkeley, Calif., 2003)
      I am surprised not to have learned before of this paperback book, put together apparently by two Davis professors. In its 140 pages, it covers a great deal of territory. Might it be meant as a textbook for a course on ...
    • A World of Fables 

      Schildgen, Brenda Deen; Van Den Abbeele, Georges (Pacific View Press. Berkeley, CA, 2003)
      Here is an extra copy of this book, including some markings. I am surprised not to have learned before of this paperback book, put together apparently by two Davis professors. In its 140 pages, it covers a great deal of ...