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  • [2007-04-13] Conjunctive Management of Stream-Aquifer Water Rights; The Hubbard Decision 

    Minier, Jeffrie
    This casenote begins with an overview of water law in Washington. The overview is followed by a description of the Hubbard case, which considered the meaning of "significant hydraulic continuity." Finally, an approach is ...
  • [2008-12-09] Constitutional Torts and the New Mexico Torts Claims Act 

    Kovnat, Ruth
    Two observations proceed from the recognition that the same conduct may be the basis for both a tort action and a civil rights action against the government. First, state efforts to protect their treasuries are undermined ...
  • [2008-12-08] The Constitutionality of Pretrial Detention Without Bail in New Mexico 

    Norwood, J. Michael; Novins, Larry
    The New Mexico constitutional amendment invites serious and important questions about how, if at all, the United States Constitution limits the power of the states to deny bail to persons accused of crimes. These questions ...
  • [2013-01-23] Contract Between the United States and the Jicarilla Apache Tribe 

    Jicarilla Apache Nation; United States
    Settlement Agreement: Contract between the US and the Jicarilla Apache Tribe (Dec. 8, 1992). Parties: Jicarilla Apache Nation and US. The contract will come into effect when certain decrees are entered, claims dismissed, ...
  • [2015-09-03] Contracts (1961) 

    Hart, Frederick M.
    §4.1. Introduction. It has often been argued that certainty is desirable, if indeed not necessary, in that branch of the law which adjusts rights in commercial disputes. Entrepreneurs have the responsibility of weighing ...
  • [2015-09-03] Contracts (1962) 

    Hart, Frederick M.
    §4.1. Introduction. The 1961 Annual Suroey of American Law pointed to the Uniform Commercial Code as the most significant development in the law of contracts during recent years. This statute, with its many provisions ...
  • [2015-09-03] Contracts (1963) 

    Hart, Frederick M.
    §4.1. Introduction. None of the contract cases decided during the 1963 Survey year requires extensive comment. This conclusion probably reflects an approval of the manner in which the Supreme .Judicial Court handled the ...
  • [2015-09-03] Contracts (1964) 

    Hart, Frederick M.
    §6.1. Covenants not to compete. In the 1961 ANNUAL SURVEY, attention was called to the large number of cases involving covenants not to compete.1 In that year most of the litigation pitted employer against employee.2 ...
  • [2015-09-03] Contracts (1965) 

    Hart, Frederick M.
    §6.1. General. The most important development of the decade in contract law has been the gradual acceptance of the Uniform Commercial Code. Now, as over forty states have adopted the Code, another significant task is being ...
  • [2013-08-08] Cost-Sharing & System Integration Agreement (2013) 

    Pueblos of Nambé, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso & Tesuque, USA, NM, Santa Fe County, & City of Santa Fe
    Cost Share & Integration Agreement, (Mar. 14, 2013); NM v. Aamodt, cv66-6639 USDC, DCNM. Parties: Pueblos of Nambé, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso & Tesuque, US, NM, Santa Fe County, City of Santa Fe. Conformed to Aamodt Litigation ...
  • [2015-08-27] Credit Cards and the Virtual Acceptance 

    Hart, Frederick M.
    A recent case decided in a lower New York court indicates an interesting use of the virtual acceptance. Neither the decision nor the opinion is of great import, but the case is noteworthy because of the theory advocated ...
  • [2015-06-29] A Critique of the Willful, Deliberate, and Premeditated Formula for Distinguishing Between First and Second Degree Murder in New Mexico 

    Romero, Leo M.
    This Article examines the New Mexico law on intentional murder as it appears in the statutes, the uniform jury instructions, and the reported appellate cases. It evaluates the law in New Mexico in terms of the assignment ...
  • [2012-12-18] Crow Tribe, Montana & US Compact of 2007 

    Montana
    Settlement & State Legislation: Water Rights Compact Entered into by the State of Montana, the Crow Tribe and the USA (Jun. 22, 1999). (Mont. Code Ann. Sec. 85-20-901) There is no separate Settlement Agreememt. The State ...
  • [2012-12-18] Crow Water Rights Settlement Act of 2010 

    United States 111th Congress
    Federal Legislation: Title IV: Crow Tribe Water Rights Settlement - Crow Tribe Water Rights Settlement of 2010 in the Claims Resolution Act of 2010 (PL111-291| 124 Stat 3097).  The Act ratifies, authorizes, and confirms ...
  • [2007-04-13] Cryptography and Anonymity: Two Reasons Why the First Amendment Favors Peer-To-Peer Technology 

    Wagner, Robyn
    On February 12, 2001, the electronic world watched as the Ninth Circuit returned its unanimous decision against the Napster in A&M Records, Inc. v. Napster, Inc. Though the service continues to exist with a radically ...
  • [2011-06-08] Dairies in New Mexico: The Environmental Implications of a New Industry 

    Fort, Denise; Edwards, Anthony
    The dairy industry, at first blush, might seem to be an odd growth industry for New Mexico, but the last decade has seen an extraordinary expansion of the industry in the state. The presence of the industry has consequences ...
  • [2015-06-04] Dams, Duties, and Discretion: Bureau of Reclamation Water Project Operations and the Endangered Species Act 

    Benson, Reed
    Nearly thirty years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court decided whether “the survival of a relatively small number of three-inch fish among all the countless millions of species extant would require the permanent halting of a ...
  • [2012-05-08] The Death Penalty and Gender Discrimination 

    Rapaport, Elizabeth
    Despite the paucity of research on the death penalty and gender discrimination, it is widely supposed that women murderers are chivalrously spared the death sentence. This supposition is fueled by the relatively small ...
  • [2015-07-10] Death Penalty for Women in North Carolina 

    Rapaport, Elizabeth; Streib, Victor
    Is Justice Marshall right? Have women received "favored treatment" under our death penalty laws and procedures? The national data might lead to such a presumption, given that over 99% of the people executed in the United ...