Nine to Eleven: Accounting for Common Interest Communities in Bankruptcy Emory Bankr. Dev. J. (2017)
Ever more Americans live in a common interest community such as a homeowners’ association or condominium. Common interest communities restrict the uses owners may make of their property but provide benefits to the owners. The ...
Looking for Bedrock: Accounting for Human Rights in Classical Liberalism, Modern Secularism, and the Christian Tradition Campbell Law Review (2011)
Part I of this Article looks to the history of foundations of human rights from late pre-modern times to the late-eighteenth century Founding era in America. The focus of the discussion of this era will ...
The Missing Piece of the Puzzle: Perspectives on the Wage Priority in Bankruptcy American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review (2008)
Reviews history of priority of claims of wage-earners in bankruptcy beginning with the Bankruptcy Act of 1840 and concluding with the decision of the Supreme Court in Howard Delivery Service v. Zurich American Ins. Co.
Consideration in the Common Law of Contracts: A Biblical-Theological Critique Regent University Law Review (2005)
Critique of contemporary accounts of the contract law doctrine of consideration and proffer of alternative account drawn from Christian doctrines of the creator-creature distinction, covenantal structure of understanding, and the law of God.