On The Cusp-UNT Dallas Law Review

Spring 2020  

Articles

What in the Products Manufacturing Liability is Happening?

What in the Products Manufacturing Liability is Happening?

By: Bria C. Riley

Amendments to Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code Section 18.001

Amendments to Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code Section 18.001

By: Sarah S. Schuller

 

Notes

Modernizing NAFTA: The USMCA and its Key Provisions

Modernizing NAFTA: The USMCA and its Key Provisions

By: Taylor Hennington

Technology, Causation, And The First Amendment: The Need For Updated Legislation

Technology, Causation, And The First Amendment: The Need For Updated Legislation

By: Allie Van Stean

Challenging Arbitration Awards for Procedural Unfairness

Challenging Arbitration Awards for Procedural Unfairness

By: Hunter Veirs



Fall 2019  

 

Know Your Rights

Cyrus Farivar, Habeas Data: Privacy vs. the Rise of Surveillance Tech

By: Brian L. Owsley

Recent Texas Citizens Participation Act Amendments

Recent Texas Citizens Participation Act Amendments

By: Meghan Nylin McCaig and Nicole Williams

Paid Sick Leave

Paid Sick Leave

By: Jason S. Boulette

The Often-Overlooked Appeal: Restricted Appeals in Texas

The Often-Overlooked Appeal: Restricted Appeals in Texas

By: Daniel J. Olds

 


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