The Nebraska Law Review
The Collective Fiduciary Lauren R. Roth
On December 4, 2015, the Supreme Court granted certiorari in Universal Health Services v. United States ex rel. Escobar, a fraud case that may reshape the future of $1.9 billion of annual healthcare fraud recoveries in the United States. Julio Escobar and Carmen Correa lost their daughter to a seizure while she was under the care of Universal Health Services.
Preparing to Open Up Shop: How the Supreme Court Set the Stage to Prohibit Public-Sector Agency-Shop Provisions in Harris v. Quinn, 134 S. Ct. 2618 (2014) Chris Schmidt
Copyright’s Unconsidered Assumption: Statutory Successors to the Termination Interest (and the Unintended Consequences for Estate Planners) Katie Joseph
II. A Brief Overview of Termination
III. Legislative History of Successors in Reversion and Termination ... A. 1790–1831 ... B. The 1909 Copyright Act … 1. Conferences ... 2. Congressional Proceedings ... C. The 1976 Act ... 1. Studies and Conferences on Revision ... 2. Congressional Proceedings
Our Court Masters Chad J. Pomeroy
II. The Gun or the Salute
III. The Limits of Volunteerism
IV. Different Views of How Courts View Their Role ... A. The Dynamic Court View and the Constrained Court View of the Courts ... B. All Views Eventually Answer to Society
The Historical Case for Abandoning Strickland Brian R. Gallini
II. The Strange Right-to-Counsel Journey ... A. The Journey to Strickland ... B. Defining Who Is “Effective” Counsel
Disability Discrimination in the Form of Ad Hoc Examinations
Thomas E. Simmons*
* Thomas E. Simmons is an assistant professor at the University of South Dakota School of Law.
Nearly every Employment Law casebook, course, and lecture includes at least some mention of the Americans with Disabilities Act. In addition to the ADA, the Nebraska Fair Employment Practice Act prohibits discrimination in the workplace. Under either Act, an employer-mandated medical examination of an individual with disabilities is presumed to be unlawful discrimination. Thomas E.