Law and Legal Issues in the United States: Analyses and Developments. Volume 5


Laurent B. Landers (Editor)

Series: Law and Legal Issues in the United States: Analyses and Developments
BISAC: TEC010010

This series provides an overview of current analyses and developments pertaining to the law and legal issues in the United States. Topics covered in this volume include Congressional redistricting; an overview of 18 U.S.C. 2; federal criminal law; constitutional analysis of suspicionless drug testing requirements for the receipt of governmental benefits; telemarketing regulation; federal aid for reconstruction of houses of worship; tort suits against federal contractors; legal protections for subcontractors on federal prime contracts; and validity and construction of the Federal Chemical Weapons statute. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Congressional Redistricting: Legal and Constitutional Issues
L. Paige Whitaker

Chapter 2. Aiding, Abetting, and the Like: An Overview of 18 U.S.C. 2
Charles Doyle

Chapter 3. Attempt: An Overview of Federal Criminal Law
Charles Doyle

Chapter 4. Constitutional Analysis of Suspicionless Drug Testing Requirements for the Receipt of Governmental Benefits
David H. Carpenter

Chapter 5. Telemarketing Regulation: National and State Do Not Call Registries
Kathleen Ann Ruane

Chapter 6. Federal Aid for Reconstruction of Houses of Worship: A Legal Analysis
Cynthia Brown

Chapter 7. Tort Suits Against Federal Contractors: Selected Legal Issues
Rodney M. Perry

Chapter 8. Legal Protections for Subcontractors on Federal Prime Contracts
Kate M. Manuel

Chapter 9. Bond v. United States: Validity and Construction of the Federal Chemical Weapons Statute
Charles Doyle


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