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    • Gambling with Terrorism and U.S. Military Readiness: Time to Ban Video Gambling Devices on U.S. Military Bases and Facilities? 

      Kindt, John Warren (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2003-11)
      This article examines the effect that video gambling devices (VGDs) on US military bases have on military readiness in the 21st century's "Age of Terrorism. " The harmful effects of gambling on military personnel outweigh ...
    • Generalizing from Facts in Predicting Court Cases 

      Nagel, Stuart S. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1989-05)
      This Commentary illustrates how case outcomes and damages can be predicted through the use of simple averaging procedures. The process involves an estimation of probabilities of victory and damages likely to be awarded for ...
    • George Anastaplo: An Autobiographical Bibliography (1947-2001) 

      Anastaplo, George (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2000-07)
      Includes public papers, books, other publications, talks and papers, and selected letters to editors.
    • Getting Ready to Settle: The Exclusion of Settled Defendants and Ready v. United/Goedecke Services, Inc.'s Impact upon Statutory Interpretation in Illinois 

      Meares, Jason (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2010-07)
      In Ready v. United/Goedecke Services, Inc., the Illinois Supreme Court held that settled defendants are not to be considered when apportioning liability between parties to a suit. In so holding, the court manipulated several ...
    • The Gig Economy: An Annotated Bibliography 

      Timko, Matthew (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2019-07)
      Companies like Uber, Lyft, Postmates, Airbnb, and others have become established within society, to the point that Uber has become a regularly used verb. While the consumer benefits of these companies has been immediate, ...
    • Gig-Dependence: Finding the Real Independent Contractors of Platform Work 

      Cunningham-Parmeter, Keith (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2019-07)
      Platforms such as Uber and TaskRabbit avoid employment obligations by categorizing their workers as “independent contractors.” Declining to follow overtime, antidiscrimination, and other workplace mandates, these platforms ...
    • Global Innovation Law 

      Morris, P. Sean (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2020-11)
      This Article is about opening up a debate on global innovation law. The Article argues that a new hybrid area of transglobal law has emerged in the past decade due to the rise of various disruptive and technological ...
    • God, Man, and Law: Of Rights and Responsibilities 

      Ryder, E. Thomas (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2001-11)
      This comment examines the evolving construction, modifications and improvements made to the "wall of separation between church and state." Initially, the comment presents an analysis of the unifying religious themes of ...
    • Gone Fishing: Angling for an Answer to Asian Carp Migration After the Seventh Circuit’s Refusal to Allow Hydrological Separation 

      Kratky, Matthew A. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2015-09)
      Asian carp are the latest addition to an extensive list of invasive species that pollutes American waterways. But unlike other prominent invasive species, Asian carp were intentionally brought into the United States to ...
    • Governments “Erasing History” and the Importance of Free Speech 

      Chauvin, Noah C. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2020-11)
      Nationwide protests against police brutality and structural racism have led to a renewed push for governments to take down or alter Confederate monuments and symbols. Advocates for these changes argue that they will make ...
    • Griswold v. Connecticut and the Unenumerated Right of Prvacy 

      Helscher, David (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1994-11)
      In 1965, the United States Supreme Court recognized a constitutional right of privacy in marital sexual matters in Griswold v. Connecticut. In the thirty years since the decision, privacy rights have been extended to some ...
    • The Guilt of the "Innocent Construction Rule" in Illinois Defamation Law 

      Polelle, Michael J. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1981-05)
      This article traces the origin of the peculiar Illinois "Innocent Construction Rule" in defamation law. The author concludes that the Illinois "Innocent Construction Rule" was unfortunately resurrected in John v. Tribune. ...
    • Harmful Error: Arizona v. Fulminante and the Expansion of the Harmless-Error Rule 

      Miller, Shawn O. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1992-05)
      In Arizona v. Fulminante, the United States Supreme Court held that coerced confessions that are erroneously admitted at trial are now subject to the harmless-error rule. The Court's holding is a radical departure from ...
    • Harper & Row, Publishers v. Nation Enterprises - Rewriting the Fair Use Criteria? 

      Teaney, Douglas B. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1986-05)
      An examination of the Supreme Court's first detailed discussion of the doctrine offair use in copyright law as embodied in the Copyright Revision Act of 1976. Particular attention is given to the Court's innovative analysis ...
    • Harper v. Poway Unified School District: The Wrong Path to the Right Outcome? 

      Perlaky, Mark A. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2007-07)
      A case note looking at the case of Harper v. Poway Unified School District, where a high school student wished to wear a t-shirt to school that was derogatory towards homosexual students and was met with discipline by ...
    • Has Bennis v. Michigan Made Asset Forfeiture Too Easy? 

      Labedz, Ronald F. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1997-05)
      This note examines the historical justifications of asset forfeiture as well as the justifications behind its more recent uses. The note begins by analyzing the rationale of precedents that have upheld asset forfeiture ...
    • Have Kids, Might Travel: The Need for a New Roadmap in Illinois Relocation Cases 

      Cagle, Lance (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2005-05)
      The issue of child custody relocation continues to be a source of controversy and contention nationwide, as state legislatures and courts have struggled to determine the difficult question of whether, and under what ...
    • Heads Up!: The Baseball Facility Liability Act 

      Tierney, Ted J. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1998-07)
      This comment examines law regarding spectator injury at baseball games. The Baseball Facility Liability Act, which was enacted by the Illinois legislature to prevent spectators from recovering damages for injuries suffered ...
    • Hearsay in Illinois: A New Look at Some Old Problems 

      Corkery, John E. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1990-05)
      Based on the premise that the hearsay rule is both fundamental and insufficiently understood, this article discusses the basic principles of this rule of evidence with special emphasis on its application under Illinois ...
    • Hedge-to-Arrive Contracts: Jurisdictional Issues Under the Commodity Exchange Act 

      King, Jennifer Durham; Moylan, James J. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1998-07)
      This article addresses the conflicting judicial and administrative agency interpretations of a recent innovation in agricultural merchandising known as Hedge-to-Arrive ("HTA") contracts. This article examines the first ...