- Ancillary Proceedings Under Section 304 and Proposed Charter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code. Lee, Paul L. // American Bankruptcy Law Journal;Spring2002, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p115
Traces the development of ancillary proceedings under Section 304 of the Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Controversies that have attended Section 304; Analysis of changes in the provisions of the Chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code; Predicates of a qualifying foreign proceeding and a qualifying...
- Courts on telly. Wilson, Beth // Legaldate;Sep95, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p8
Discusses propriety of televising court proceedings in Australia. How Supreme Court Justice Teague allowed the first televising of proceedings in Australia; Argument of unfair treatment due to publicity; Minister of Justice Duncan Kerr's backing of the idea of filming court proceedings;...
- How to behave in court. Trott, Linky // Credit Control;1997, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p5
Deals with the conduct of court proceedings in Great Britain. Distinctions between interlocutory hearings and the trial; Outline of matters applicable to the High Court and the County Court interlocutory hearings; Provision on the arbitration for claims under 3000 pounds in the County Court.
- Why Should The Prosecutor Get The Last Word? Mitchell, John B. // American Journal of Criminal Law;Spring2000, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p139
Examines reasons the prosecutor should get make the closing arguments in the United States. Importance of closing arguments; Advantages of going first and the scientific bases of primacy; Advantages of rebuttal.
- Worth a try. // Credit Management;Nov2003, p8
Discusses a case where a litigant in person attempted to sue a writ against God. Publicity of the film 'The Man Who Sued God'; Application to a Master of the Queens Bench Division for leave to issue; Service of the proceedings.
- Good news-bad news for the media. Stein, M.L. // Editor & Publisher;6/08/96, Vol. 129 Issue 23, p33
Reports on the California Judicial Council's rejection of the ban on courtroom pictures recommended by a task force made up of judges and lawyers. Restrictions imposed by the council; Significance of the council's ruling; California bill allowing police to cut off television coverage of law...
- Racism In American Courts: Cause For Black Disruption Or Despair? Bell Jr., Derrick A. // California Law Review;Jan1973, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p165
Discusses racism as a cause for courtroom disruption in the U.S. Racial and cultural prejudice; Dispositon of cases after judgment; Studies disputing the existence of racial bias in courts.
- Patient rights, provider rights: Balancing the conflict. Sfikas, Peter M. // Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA);Jun97, Vol. 128 Issue 6, p763
Presents information on a court case regarding the field of dentistry. Information on the case as it pertains to the issue of a doctor's refusal to treat an Human immunodeficiency virus infected patient in his private dental office; Reference to the Court's decision.
- Florida's Experience with Cameras in the Courtroom. Whisenand, James D. // American Bar Association Journal;Dec78, Vol. 64 Issue 12, p1860
Discusses the success of a pilot program about the camera/television coverage of courtroom proceedings in Florida. Constitutionality of camera coverage in courts; Florida Supreme Court's view on the presence of cameras in courts; Gavel-to-gavel coverage of a judicial proceedings.