Exploring HeinOnline: The Indian Journal of Law and Technology

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The Indian Journal of Law and Technology was founded in August 2004 in order to furnish a platform in India for the discussion of domestic and international issues on technology. A deep understanding of these issues is crucial to the development of India’s technology economy, both from the point of view of businesses and from a public policy perspective. Published by the Law and Technology Committee at the National Law School of India, the IJLT contains articles by individuals from the academic and legal professions, the business world, government, and law students. This journal will be added to HeinOnline's Law Journal Library by the beginning of December, 2009.

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Exploring HeinOnline: Legislative History of P.L. 109-58 Energy Policy Act of 2005

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Coming Soon to the U.S. Federal Legislative History Library!

This legislative history set is made up of 24 volumes and includes the reports, hearings, and debates that led to the passing of Public Law 109-58, The Energy Policy Act of 2005.  This bill was passed by Congress on July 29, 2005 to combat the growing energy problems by changing U.S. energy policies.  The general provisions of the bill would: authorize loan guarantees for innovative technologies that avoid greenhouse gases, seek to increase coal as an energy source, authorize subsidies for alternative energy producers, provide tax breaks for those making energy conservation improvements in their homes, provide incentives to companies drilling for oil in the Gulf of Mexico…

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Exploring HeinOnline: The Tel-Aviv University Law Review

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The Tel-Aviv University Law Review is the leading law review published by the Faculty of Law at Tel-Aviv University and one of the most important academic publications in Israel. First published in1971, TAU L. Rev. has been a main platform for legal research and discourse. Published three times a year, this law review includes articles, notes, and book reviews authored by a diverse group of legal scholars, from various disciplines, both theoretical and practical. TAU L. Rev. aspires to publish the most significant and best written legal articles. Committed to a vital, cutting edge discourse of the highest standard, TAU L. Rev. is an important player in the academic field, legal practice, and is often cited by courts…

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Exploring HeinOnline: Federal Identity Theft Law: Major Enactments of the 108th Congress: A Legislative History . . .

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Federal Identity Theft Law:  Major Enactments of the 108th Congress: A Legislative History of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act and Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act (10 volumes, 2005)

In 2003, more than 10 million Americans were victimized by identity theft, costing individuals and business almost $50 billion in fraudulent transactions. Such statistics indicated that the provisions of the Identity Theft and Deterrence Act of 1998 were insufficient to deal with the problem. Accordingly, the 108th Congress attempted to further assist victims of identity theft by passing two new laws: the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACT Act) and the Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act…

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Exploring HeinOnline: American Foreign Policy Current Documents

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Coming Soon to the Foreign Relations of the United States Library!

We are pleased to announce that this set will soon be available in the Foreign Relations of the United States Library. American Foreign Policy Current Documents presents the public foreign policy messages, addresses, statements, interviews, press briefings and conferences, and congressional testimony by the executive branch of the U.S. Government. The 11 volumes of this set cover all major foreign policy subjects and geographical areas. Since the full public record on each major foreign affairs issue would be excessively large, only the most important documents or portions of documents on the major issues are included.

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Exploring HeinOnline: Occupational Safety and Health Reveiw Commission Reports (1971-1975)

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Coming Soon to the Federal Agency Documents, Decisions, and Appeals Library

New this month are reports of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission (OSHRC) from 1971-1975. The OSHRC is charged with ruling on cases forwarded to it by the Department of Labor when disagreements arise over the results of safety and health inspections performed by the Department of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). OSHA, an agency of the U.S. Department of Labor, serves to prevent work-related injuries, illnesses, and occupational fatalities by issuing and enforcing rules called standards for workplace safety and health.

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Exploring HeinOnline: Decisions of the U.S. Department of Treasury (1899-1966)

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Coming Soon to the Federal Agency Documents, Decisions, and Appeals Library!

The U.S. Department of the Treasury was established in 1789 by an Act of Congress to improve and manage the government revenue and public credit, to prepare and report estimates of public revenue and public expenditures, and manage other services relative to the finances of the United States. Also falling under responsibility of the Department of the Treasury is enforcing Federal finance and tax laws, investigating and prosecuting tax evaders, forgers, smugglers, counterfeiters and the like. HeinOnline’s Federal Agency Documents, Decisions, and Appeals Library now includes the judicial opinions that were published by the U.S. Treasury Department from 1899-1966,

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