The scope of pro football's antitrust exemption
Three federal cases - Powell v. National Football League, McNeil v. National Football League, and Brown v. Pro Football, Inc. - showed when professional football will be immune from antitrust law. The courts established the so-called nonstatutory labor exemption to the antitrust laws to eliminate interference with the collective bargaining policy favored by federal labor law. These cases establish that the exemption applies to professional football when the dispute develops from the collective bargaining process.
Publication Name: Labor Law Journal
Back to the drawing board
An evaluation is presented of Matthew Bender and Company's Immigration Law Interactive Drafting System, a software program designed to make the completion of immigration forms more efficient. The application is priced at $505. It is not recommended due to several flas, such as out-of-date forms. It does however inform users when a box has not been filled in.
Publication Name: Law Office Computing
Web resources for tax professionals: update 2001
The authors present tax information web resources for tax professionals.
Publication Name: Practical Tax Strategies
- Abstracts: The scope of the Van Dusen rule in federal-question transfers. The effectiveness of an unpublished rule
- Abstracts: Theories of regulation: incorporating the administrative process. Revoking your citizenship: minimizing the likelihood of administrative error
- Abstracts: The Data Protection Act 1998. Tips for using the Internet to best advantage
- Abstracts: In contempt of contempt? Religious motivation as a reason to mitigate contempt sanctions. Tempered extension; granting s. 1985(3) class status to mentally retarded individuals
- Abstracts: Document assembly. The pension provisions in the new UK income tax treaty: good news and bad news. Worker classification hits home for accounting firms