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calabrese

a variety of green sprouting broccoli
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Part II summarizes the theoretical frameworks for allocating initial entitlements and controlling risk introduced by Calabresi and Melamed and by Steven Shavell, and then explores an alternative framework for health data, including an analysis of available remedies and the role of public authorities in monitoring and enforcing such rules.
This "commodification" of human life is only one offensive notion that concerns Calabresi; another is "commandification" of human life.
updated list, see CALABRESI & YOO, supra note 14, at 436 n.5.
Calabresi, the director of the Johns Hopkins Multiple Sclerosis Center.
In general, Calabresi argues that we should understand the original public meaning of the constitutional text in terms of general principles and purposes gleaned from history, and understood at a fairly abstract level of generality.
Balcer, Calabresi and Frohman combined the best of their diverse backgrounds to form a unique team that has augmented our understanding of MS, and they have become a model of the benefits of collaboration," says Dr.
As Steven Calabresi and Gary Lawson have argued, "Article III requires that the federal judiciary be able to exercise all of the judicial power of the United States that is vested by the Constitution and that the Supreme Court must have the final judicial word in all cases ...
CAST: Jeremy Irons, Olga Kurylenko, Simon Johns, James Warren, Shauna Macdonald, Oscar Sanders, Paolo Calabresi, Irina Karatcheva, Paul Ridley
This article analyzes Calabresi and Melamed's liability rule for the damaging party (Rule 4), where the damaged party has the right to prevent pollution if the polluter is compensated first.
Signatories include Dean Baquet, executive editor of The New York Times; Michele Leridon, global news director of AFP; Shane Smith, founder of VICE Media; Mario Calabresi, editor-in-chief of La Stampa; Wolfgang Krach, joint editor-in-chief of SE-ddeutsche Zeitung; David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker; Zaffar Abbas, editor of Dawn; and Martin Baron, executive editor of The Washington Post.