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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

“Benjamin v. Lindner Aviation, Inc.”
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This 5 page paper examines the Iowa Appellate Court case “Benjamin v. Lindner Aviation, Inc., a 1995 ruling that turns on the definition of found property. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: HVBenLin.rtf

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.
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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.
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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

Albert's Beach Find
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A 5 page paper discussing the likely outcome of a court's decision should a found property case find its way there. The situation is discussed in light of only the guidance provided in Benjamin v. Lindner Aviation, Inc., Iowa SC, 534 N.W.2d 400 (1995). Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KSlawBchSilv.rtf


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