CCT proposals provoke heated reactions
- The Individual Coercion Doctrine in Tie--In Analysis: Confusing and Irrelevant. Austin, Arthur D. // California Law Review;Dec77, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p1143
In recent years an increasing number of courts have required plaintiffs alleging tie-ins in violation of the antitrust laws to prove "coercion." Professor Austin describes the origins of the coercion doctrine in the per se rule of tie-in liability. Applying economic theories and legal...
- SHOULD COERCIVE INTERROGATION BE LEGAL? Posner, Eric A.; Vermeule, Adrian // Michigan Law Review;Feb2006, Vol. 104 Issue 4, p671
The table of contents for the study "Should Coercive Interrogation Be Legal," by Eric A. Posner and Adrian Vermeule is presented.
- Pickering rejects annuity purchase compulsion. Boles, Corey // Money Marketing;10/3/2002, p3
Reports the annuity purchase compulsion to pensioners. Dictation of government of income streams from pensions; Importance of lifelong income to pensioners.
- 2011 trial date set for battle of the oligarchs. Dowell, Katy // Lawyer;4/5/2010, Vol. 24 Issue 14, p6
The article reports that 2011 was set as the year for the heaing of the court trial which involves billionaires Roman Abramovich and Boris Berezovsky over Abramovich's alleged coercion in a business deal.
- A Boost for the Managed Economy. Richman, Sheldon // Freeman: Ideas on Liberty;Mar2011, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p2
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses various reports published within the issue including one by Thomas Szasz on how psychiatry thinks about coercion, one by John Stossel on why some people in the world are stuck in poverty, and one by Charles Baird on the...
- A Theory of Constitutional Standards and Civil Liberty. Lagunoff, Roger // Review of Economic Studies;Jan2001, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p109
Why would potentially intolerant majorities in a democracy protect the rights of unpopular groups? This paper models the formation of legal standards that determine the extent of civil liberty in a society. It is shown that tolerant legal standards emerge over time, despite all individuals...
- CONTENTS. // Coercion (978-90-420-0789-5);2000, Vol. 92, preceding p1
The table of contents for the book "Coercion: A Nonevaluative Approach," by Michael R. Rhodes.
- EDITORIAL FOREWORD. Hull, Richard T. // Coercion (978-90-420-0789-5);2000, Vol. 92, preceding p1
An editorial foreword to the book "Coercion: A Nonevaluative Approach," by Michael R. Rhodes is presented.
- BIBLIOGRAPHY. // Coercion (978-90-420-0789-5);2000, Vol. 92, p157
A bibliography on the subject of coercion is presented which includes the articles "Coercion, Aggression, and Capitalism," and "Systematic Coercion: Unconstitutional Conditions in the Criminal Law, and the book "Ethics of Coercion and Authority: A Philosophical Study of Social Life."