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Conflict of laws
Paul E. McGreal & Jeffrey D. Kyle, Conflict of Laws, 52 SMU L. Rev. 835 (1999).
Layperson's guide to criminal law
Raneta Lawson Mack, A Layperson's Guide to Criminal Law (1999).
Digital signatures, the electronic economy and the protection of national security: Some distinctions with an economic cifference
Raneta Lawson Mack, Digital Signatures, the Electronic Economy and the Protection of National Security: Some Distinctions with an Economic Difference, 17 John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law 981 (1999).
Using technology to manage your mediation caseload
Raneta Lawson Mack, Using Technology to Manage Your Mediation Caseload, J. Alternative Disp. Resol. Employment, Fall 1999, at 13.
Using technology to enhance the ADR practice
Raneta Lawson Mack, Using Technology to Enhance the ADR Practice, J. Alternative Disp. Resol. Employment, June 1999, at 16.
Is your claim ripe for cybersettlement?
Raneta Lawson Mack, Is Your Claim Ripe for Cybersettlement?, J. Alternative Disp. Resol. Employment, Winter 1999, at 12.
Tithing, bankruptcy and the conflict between religious freedom and creditor's interests
Richard Collin Mangrum, Tithing, Bankruptcy and the Conflict Between Religious Freedom and Creditor's Interests, 32 Creighton L. Rev. 815 (1999).
Learned treatise hearsay exception
Richard Collin Mangrum, Learned Treatise Hearsay Exception, Prairie Barrister, 1999 no. 2, at 3.
On February 26, 1999, the Nebraska Legislature adopted LB64 which amended the Nebraska Rules of Evidence to include the learned treatise hearsay exception. This article is an excerpt from the recently revised Mangrum on ...
Taking the new Consumer Bankruptcy Model for a test drive: Means-testing real Chapter 7 debtors
Marianne B. Culhane & Michaele M. White, Taking the New Consumer Bankruptcy Model for a Test Drive: Means-Testing Real Chapter 7 Debtors, 7 Am. Bankr. Inst. L. Rev. 27 (1999), reprinted in part in Bankruptcy Anthology (Charles J. Tabb ed., 2002).
Several bills pending in Congress would apply means-testing to Chapter 7 debtors, requiring those with apparent ability to repay to be dismissed from Chapter 7, leaving Chapter 13 as their main route to a discharge. Chapter ...
Debt after discharge: An empirical study of reaffirmation
Marianne B. Culhane & Michaela M. White, Debt After Discharge: An Empirical Study of Reaffirmation, 73 Am Bank. L.J. 709 (1999).