5 edition of Whose Interests Are Supreme? found in the catalog.
by Assn for Asian Studies Inc
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||217|
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TERMINOLOGY “Conflict of interest” is not an old term. The first court case to use it in something like the sense that is now standard occurred in 1 Federal legislation first addressed conflict of interest in the late s.
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The sleuth who saves the day in this novel is Flavia, an intuitive year-old whose father is accused of murder. The Chinese were printing books using carved blocks of inked wood long before Gutenberg printed his Bible using movable type.
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In Knick, the Court found the regulatory takings claim, which had not yet been denied compensation in state court, was ripe doing so, the Court explicitly overturned the second prong of the so-called.