RAPE AT IOWA STATE?

Robert E. Manley, Manley & Burke An Iowa State University student was found not guilty of rape. A jury in the Story County District Court exonerated John Richard Tate, 25. His lawyer told the jury that he had sex with...
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WARNING CRIMINAL SUSPECTS

Robert E. Manley, Manley & Burke The MIT prosecution makes it clear that there will be more criminal investigations of accidents and deaths caused by alcohol on college campuses. It is likely that individuals will be criminally prosecuted if they...
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CRIMINAL PROSECUTION AT MIT

Timothy M. Burke, Manley & Burke 'We sent our son to MIT for five weeks and came down here and picked him up in a box...." Darlene Krueger, mother of Scott Krueger. The heartsickness of Scott Krueger's mother was evident...
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CURRENT DATA SHOW FUTURE REALITY

Robert E. Manley, Manley & Burke Current population data tells us that the future is very different from the past. Black, Hispanic, and Asian populations in the United States are rapidly growing. The growth of the non-Hispanic white population has...
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NIC, NPC FILE JOIN AMICUS BRIEF IN TEXAS SUPREME COURT

Robert E. Manley, Manley & Burke The Texas Supreme Court has before it the question of law as to the proper standard to be applied to a fraternity when it sponsors a competitive contact sport. It will be assisted in...
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TWO STATES - TWO DIFFERENT OUTCOMES ON SOCIAL HOST LIABILITY

Gary E. Powell Earlier this year, the highest courts of New York and Washington were confronted with social host liability cases arising from injuries suffered to third persons caused by an intoxicated underage drinker. The results in the two cases...
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UPDATE ON PI LAMBDA PHI PENNSYLVANIA CASE

Timothy M. Burke, Manley & Burke As reported in the November 1997 issue of Fraternal Law, i Lambda Phi Fraternity sought an injunction to prevent the imposition of university sanctions against the fraternity growing out of a drug raid at...
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CONGRESS SUPPORTS FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION

Robert E. Manley, Manley & Burke Both houses of Congress have voted to amend the Hi Education Act of 1965 to protect freedom of expression and freedom of association for students on all campuses that receive financial support from the...
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SUIT FOR FREEDOM AT HAMILTON COLLEGE

Robert E. Manley, Manley & Burke Hamilton College has been sued again.1 The Plaintiffs in that their contractual rights to freedom of expression, freedom of association, and right to be recognized have been violated by the college. This time the...
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UNRELATED BUSINESS INCOME ISSUES FOR FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS

Barbara Schwartz Bromberg INTRODUCTION The Internal Revenue Service has just announced that audits conducted over the past year and a half or  so as part of an IRS compliance project aimed at tax exempt social clubs exempt under Code Section...
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