Covers the December 1970 Baneberry underground nuclear test. The authors are attorneys from Las Vegas who spent 25 years pursuing a lawsuit for the victims at Baneberry. Beginning in 1971, we follow the legal saga up to the 41-day 1979 trial continuing to the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act of 1990. 224 pp.
The side-by-side comparison between the U.S. Supreme Court and the German Federal Constitutional Court provides a novel socio-legal approach in studying constitutional litigation, focusing on conditions of mobilisation, decision-making and implementation. 316 pp.
Clarifies the legal status of new forms of intellectual property (IP) and provides a systematic analysis of how IP law applies to intangible rights beyond patent, trademark and copyright. A springboard to litigators and judges for adjudicating IP cases arising from Internet use. Practitioners, judges and policymakers will all welcome this work. 360 pp.
A collection of expert essays that provides a comprehensive overview of the areas of air law relevant to Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). With details of developments affecting countries in every continent, including Antarctica, the authors delve into the ways in which regulation of UAS is affected by aviation law elements. 389 pp.
Legal Rights, Sixth Edition is the most comprehensive reference of legal information for deaf and hard of hearing people now available. Written in easy-to-understand language, this work describes the statutes that prohibit discrimination. 304 pp.