Tag Archives: Reason

Let Reason Dictate in Restrictions of Commercial Activity by Community Associations Against Residents

Many associations’ governing documents include clauses that prohibit commercial business activities from being conducted in a resident’s unit.  Some include a blanket stipulation banning commercial activity altogether, while others make a distinction between permissible and impermissible activities.  While it makes … Continue reading

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Geoffrey A. Hoffman: Pereira v. Sessions and the Right to Seek Voluntary Departure: Another Reason for the Wide Applicability of Pereira without the Need to Decide the Subject-Matter Jurisdiction Issue

Pereira v. Sessions and the Right to Seek Voluntary Departure: Another Reason for the Wide Applicability of Pereira without the Need to Decide the Subject-Matter Jurisdiction Issue Geoffrey A. Hoffman [*] Section 240B of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA)… … Continue reading

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Reason #10 why you don't want to nominate us for the ABA Web 100

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The Rumor on Adopting Children for Their Organs: A Compelling Reason to Address a Thriving Organ Black Market and the Prevalence of Children Being Trafficked into Adoption

Dorothy Franks, a 3L student at Suffolk Law, has a provocatively titled article in the latest issue of the Journal of Health & Biomedical Law (14:169): "The Rumor on Adopting Children for Their Organs: A Compelling Reason to Address a Thriving … Continue reading

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The Rule of Reason in the Post-Actavis World

Michael A. Carrier, Rutgers Law School describes The Rule of Reason in the Post-Actavis World. ABSTRACT: Though known more as U.S. President and Supreme Court Chief Justice, William Howard Taft played an important role in the development of antitrust law…. … Continue reading

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