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Skeet Shooting & Pollution
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This 9 page paper focuses on a legal case concerning The Long Island Soundkeeper Fund and The New York Coastal Fishermen's Association v. The New York Athletic Club. The case addressed environmental issues and was under the Clean Water Act umbrella. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Skeet.wps

1971 Montreal Convention: A Legal Brief
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A 2 page paper which presents a legal brief of the case concerning the 1971 Montreal Convention. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAlbmontr.wps

Aaron B. Cooley v. Board of Wardens of the Port of Philadelphia
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A 6 page brief of Aaron B. Cooley v. Board of Wardens of the Port of Philadelphia, to the Use of the Society for the Relief of Distressed Pilots, Their Widows and Children, Defendants.; Same V. Same; Supreme Court of the United States, 53 U.S. 299; 1851 U.S. LEXIS 658; 13 L. Ed. 996; 12 HOW 299; December, 1851. The plaintiff charged that Pennsylvania usurped federal powers in requiring payment for the use of a pilot into and out of the port of Philadelphia. The majority disagreed, holding that every state had a right to regulate its own ports. Justices McLean and Daniel dissented in that pilots remained on board after leaving the jurisdiction of the state and entering federal waters. No sources listed.
Filename: KScooleyVward.wps

Agency and Employee Accountability in Cases of Negligence: The Legal Issues of Employee Credibility and Training
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An 8 page assertion that our educational arena has been subject to many challenges and disappointments. At the center of many of these is the issues of employee credibility and training. That the educational system has a problem is not an issue of contention. What is questionable in the current day legal environment, however, is whether or not employees and school districts can be held legally liable for the educational inadequacies which result from inadequate teacher qualifications and training. This paper utilizes the Supreme Court cases of Monroe Vs Pape (1961), Monell Vs Dept of Social Services (1978), City Of Oklahoma Vs Tuttle (1984), Daniels Vs Willaims (1986), Davidson Vs Cannon (1986), and City of Springfield Vs Kibbe (1987) to add insight to that question. All illustrate the delicate balance between employee liability and negligence on the part of the agency when employee credibility is challenged. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPcivRt2.rtf

An Outline for an Appeal to the House of Lords
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This 6 page paper looks at the way in which a case that has failed at the court of appeal may be argued for consideration by the House of Lords. The case considered is that of Chapman & Another v CPS Computer Group PLC (1987) which concerns the breach of an employment contract and a share option agreement on the transfer of the company and employment contract to a third party. The paper argues for the defendant (the employers) by way of frustration, a concept which was not argued ion the original case. The bibliography cites 10 sources.
Filename: TEappeal.wps

Brief for Goss v. Lopez, 419 U.S. 565 (1975)
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A 2 page summary of this Supreme Court case, in which several students brought a class action suit against a Southern Ohio school board for suspending them from school without hearing either before or after the fact. The students' argument is that they were denied the due process afforded by the Fourteenth Amendment, and wanted all reference to their suspensions removed from their permanent records. The Supreme Court agreed with the students, but qualified their decision as not meaning that formal hearings need to be held for more minor suspensions. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KSGossVLopez.wps

Brief for Lee v. Weisman, 505 U.S. 577 (1992)
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A 3 page paper summarizing this Supreme Court case. Petitioner Lee was a middle school principal who arranged for a local rabbi to conduct a nonsectarian prayer at the school's graduation ceremony. Deborah Weisman was a student who objected, and her father filed suit after the ceremony when he was unable to persuade a District Court to place injunction against the school preceding the ceremony. The brief includes citation for the case, a description of the sitation and the facts, rule of law, procedural summary and issue. It concludes with the holding and a comment. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KSLeeVWeis.wps

Cedar Rapids Community School District v. Garret F.
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A 5 page paper discussing this case in which the Supreme Court ruled that a ventilator-dependent student should be attended by a school-provided nurse for the entire time the student is at school. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires school districts to provide related services but not direct medical services aside from those required for disability diagnosis and evaluation. The Supreme Court ruled that full-time and continuous attendance by a nurse was not medical service, but rather qualified as a "related service." Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: KSIDEAIowa.wps

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