This anthology introduces students to the major areas of Anglo-American law and to the philosophical attempts to grapple with the theoretical underpinnings of each of these areas from a wide variety of perspectives. In addition, it emphasizes the relatively new voices in the debates: feminists, critical theorists, postmodernists, critical race theorists, and Native Americans.... Japanese companies benefit greatly from trademark laws that prevent others from calling their cars aquot;Honda Accordaquot; or tape ... The argument put forward here is not that culture causes legal form, but rather that the law can best be understood as part of a much larger social system. ... 517 (1990). 7The other competing viewpoint, especially associated with France, provides intellectual property rights notanbsp;...
|Author||:||Larry May, Nancy E. Snow, Angela Bolte|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Humanities Social - 2000|