ADMINISTRATIVE LAW.Shipley, David E. The Chevron two-step in Georgia’s administrative law. 46 Ga. L. Rev. 871-936 (2012).
Welkowitz, Bill. Note. Providing another leg to stand on? A question of the “zone of interests” in challenging agency decision-making under the Air Pollution Control Act. (Matthews Int’l Corp. v. Commw. Of Pa. Dep’t of Envtl. Prot., 2011 Pa. Envirn LEXIS 40, 2011.) 23 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 303-324 (2012).
AGRICULTURE.Collins, Shauna R. Note. Striking the proper balance between the carrot and the stick approaches to animal feeding operation regulation. 2012 U. Ill. L. Rev. 923-968.
Gathii, James and Keith H. Hirakawa. Curtailing ecosystem exportation: ecosystem services as a basis to reconsider export-driven agriculture in economies highly dependent on agricultural exports. 30 Va. Envtl. L.J. 1-27 (2012).
McCue, Mallorie. Note. Follow the money: insulating agribusiness through lobbying and suppression of individual free speech. 6 Pitt. J. Envtl. L. & Pub. Health L. 213-237 (2012).
Cassuto, David N. and student Sarah Saville. Hot, crowded, and legal: a look at industrial agriculture in the United States and Brazil. 18 Animal L. 185-205 (2012).
Vargas Gallegos, Nathaniel. International agricultural pragmatics: an inquiry of the orthodox economic breakdowns and an evaluation of solutions with the food sovereignty movement. 16 Drake J. Agri. L. 429-461 (2011).
Rigdon, Kevin C. Note. Stop the planting! The 1985 Farm Bill, conservation compliance, and America’s agricultural conservation failure. 16 Drake J. Agri. L. 487-507 (2011).
Kiefer, Joseph. Comment. Turning over a new sprout: promoting agricultural health by fostering the coexistence of organic and genetically modified crops in the wake of Monsanto Co. v. Geertson Seed Farms and the deregulation of modified alfalfa. 61 Emory L.J. 1241-1285 (2012).
McCabe, Margaret Sova. Superweeds and suspect seeds: does the genetically-engineered crop deregulation process put American agriculture at risk? 1 U. Balt. J. Land & Dev. 109-155 (2012).
AIR POLLUTION.Havel, Brian F. and Gabriel S. Sanchez. Toward an international aviation emissions agreement. 36 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 351-385 (2012).
Secor, Patrick. Case comment. European Union law—EU emissions standards may be applied to third-state airlines departing from member states. (Case C—366/10, Air Transp. Ass’n of Am. v. Sec’y of State for Energy & Climate Change, 49(3) C.M.L.R. 1113, 2011.) 35 Suffolk Transnat’l L. Rev. 505-514 (2012).
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY.Hamilton, Jessica A.R. Note. Finding new power in the wind, the earth, and the sun: a survey of the regulation of alternative energy generated in American Indian reservations in the United States and First Nation reserves in Canada. 44 Conn. L. Rev. 1383-1416 (2012),
Widener, Michael N. Current events: reflections on solar power generators’ ground leasing of vacant tracts. 4 Ky. J. Equine, Agri., & Nat. Resources L. 339-388 (2011-2012).
Walker, Renner Kincaid. Note. The answer, my friend, is blowin’ in the wind: nuisance suits and the perplexing future of American wind farms. 16 Drake J. Agri. L. 509-548 (2011).
Ferrell. Shannon L. The technical and ethical challenges for lawyers in evaluating wind energy development agreements. 17 Drake J. Agri. L. 55-88 (2012).
ANIMAL LAW.First Annual Animal Law Review Symposium. Introduction by Nancy Perry; articles by David N. Cassuto, Maneesha Deckha, David Favre, Peter Sankoff and student Sarah Saville. 18 Animal L. 175-320 (2012).
Leung, Andrew S. Note. The adverse effects of aquatic invasive species on native commercial and recreational fisheries of the Great Lakes and the exacerbation of the problem by judicial reluctance to act. 4 Ky. J. Equine, Agri., & Nat. Resources L. 525-549 (2011-2012).
Sankoff, Peter. The animal rights debate and the expansion of public discourse: is it possible for the law protecting animals to simultaneously fail and succeed? 18 Animal L. 281-320 (2012).
Waterlander, Tara A. Some tenants have tails: when housing providers must permit animals to reside in “no-pet” properties. 18 Animal L. 321-359 (2012).
Favre, David. An international treaty for animal welfare. 18 Animal L. 237-280 (2012).
BIOGRAPHY.Weiss, Edith Brown. Legacies of Louis B. Sohn: the United Nations Charter and international environmental law. 16 Willamette J. Int’l L. & Disp. Resol. 212-224 (2008).
Noyes, John E. Louis B. Sohn and the law of the sea. 16 Willamette J. Int’l L. & Disp. Resol. 238-251 (2008).
Weiss, Edith Brown. Legacies of Louis B. Sohn: the United Nations Charter and international environmental law. 16 Willamette J. Int’l L. & Disp. Resol. 212-224 (2008).
Shearer, Ivan. World peace through human rights, law of the sea, and the United Nations: a tribute to Loius B. Sohn. 16 Willamette J. Int’l L. & Disp. Resol. 225-237 (2008).
CARBON MARKETS & REGULATION.Burt, Christopher. CO2 and regulation authority: the legal and policy implications of California’s proposed cap-and-trade program and Clean Air Act national ambient air quality greenhouse gas regulation. 44 Urb. Law. 429-464 (2012).
Burt, Christopher. CO2 and regulation authority: the legal and policy implications of California’s proposed cap-and-trade program and Clean Air Act national ambient air quality greenhouse gas regulation. 44 Urb. Law. 429-464 (2012).
Hahn, Robert W. and Robert N. Stavins. The effect of allowance allocations on cap-and-trade system performance. 54 J.L. & Econ. S267-S294 (2011).
CERCLA.Percival, Robert V., student Katherine H. Cooper and student Matthew M. Gravens. CERCLA in a global context. 41 Sw. L. Rev. 727-772 (2012).
Ferrey, Steven. Reconfiguration of Superfund liability?: the disconnection between Supreme Court decisions and the lower federal courts. 41 Sw. L. Rev. 589-615 (2012).
Symposium. CERCLA and the Future of Liability-Based Environmental Regulation. Foreword by Ronald G. Aronovsky; articles by Steven Ferrey, Robin Kundis Craig, Joel A. Mintz, Alfred R. (Fred) Light, Alexandra B. Klass, Robert V. Percival and students Katherine H. Cooper and Matthew M. Gravens. 41 Sw. L. Rev. 581-772 (2012).
Mintz, Joel A. EPA enforcement of CERCLA: historical overview and recent trends. 41 Sw. L. Rev. 645-659 (2012).
Klass, Alexandra B. CERCLA, state law, and federalism in the 21st century. 41 Sw. L. Rev. 679-726 (2012).
CLEAN AIR ACT.Richardson, Nathan. Playing without aces: offsets and the limits of flexibility under Clean Air Act climate policy. 42 Envtl. L. 735-783 (2012).
CLEAN WATER ACT.Brown, Christopher R. When the “plain text” isn’t so plain: how National Pork Producers Council restricts the Clean Water Act’s purpose and impairs its enforcement against factory farms. 16 Drake J. Agri. L. 375-428 (2011).
CLIMATE CHANGE.The Future of Climate Change Litigation after AEP v. Connecticut. Henry N. Butler, moderator; Rick Faulk, Eric Lasker, Amanda Leiter, Mike Myers, panelists. 8 J.L. Econ. & Pol’y 233-256 (2011).
Coal and Environment. Articles by Eric Schaeffer, Patrick R. Baker, Peter S. Glaser, F. William Brownell, Victor E. Schwartz, Jonathan Skinner, Michael Brown, Patrick Charles McGinley, Judge Charles H. Haden II and Wenxuan YU. 13 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 131-359 (2011).
COMPARATIVE LAW.Kotzé, Louis J. and Rebecca Bates. Similar but different: comparative perspectives on access to water in Australia and South Africa. 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 221-273 (2012).
CONSERVATION & PRESERVATION EASEMENTS.Wolf, Elliot G. Note. Simultaneously waste and wasted opportunity: the inequality of federal tax incentives for conservation easement donations. 31 Stan. Envtl. L.J. 315-333 (2012).
Phelps, Jess R. Preserving preservation easements?: preservation easements in an uncertain regulatory future. 91 Neb. L. Rev. 121-169 (2012).
CULTURAL HERITAGE.Segarra, Jonathan Joseph Beren. Above us the waves: defending the expansive jurisdictional reach of American admiralty courts in determining the recovery rights to ancient or historic wrecks. 43 J. Mar. L. & Com. 349-391 (2012).
Keeler, Honor. Indigenous international repatriation. 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 703-801 (2012).
Repatriation at Twenty: A Gathering on Native Self-Determination and Human Rights. Introduction by James Riding In; articles by Manley A. Begay, Jr., Roger Buffalohead, Walter Echo-Hawk, Erin M. Genia, Suzan Shown Harjo, G. Peter Jemison, Honor Keeler, Steve Titla, Rebecca Tsosie, W. Richard West, Jr., Mervin Wright, Jr., Pemina Yellow Bird and students Alyson Vivattanapa and Naomi Thurston. 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 613-926 (2012).
ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT.Erikson, Andrew B. Student chapter. Grizzly bear recovery, whitebark pine, and adequate regulatory mechanisms under the Endangered Species Act. (Greater Yellowstone Coal v. Servheen, 665 F.3d 1015, 2011.) 42 Envtl. L. 943-975 (2012).
Ruhl, J.B. The Endangered Species Act’s fall from grace in the Supreme Court. 36 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 487-532 (2012).
ENERGY INDUSTRY.Symposium: Environmental Impacts of Oil and Gas. Articles by Carl R. Galant, Bruce M. Kramer, Christopher S. Kulander, Edmund R. McCarthy, Jr. and Mark McPherson. 44 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 817-996 (2012).
Burr, Carolyn F., Rebecca W. Watson and student Chelsea Huffman. Water: the fuel for Colorado energy. 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 275-327 (2012).
Curtis, Spencer. Casenote. From tailwind to typhoon: Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound, Inc. v. Energy Facilities Siting Bd. blows federal jurisdiction inland and creates dangerous precedent under slipshod interpretation. (Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound, Inc. v. Energy Facilities Siting Bd., 932 N.E.2d 787, 2010.) 23 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 247-276 (2012).
Parke, Nicolas. Comment. How much is fair?: will Senate Bill 18 ensure condemnors pay just compensation for land taken due to the CREZ transmission lines? 44 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 1121-1163 (2012).
America’s Energy Plan: From Dinosaurs to the Next Generation—Evolution or Extinction? Introduction by Candace Carpenter; articles by Jonathan C. Augustine, Loïc Conan, Emeka Duruigbo, Wesley N. Harris and Misty Robinson. 37 T. Marshall L. Rev. 175-327 (2012).
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW.Kazazis, Alexander. Note. The Western Climate Initiative: the fate of an experiment in subnational cross-border environmental collaboration. 37 Brook. J. Int’l L. 1177-1214 (2012).
Cudiamat, Nicole Angeline. Note. Displacement disparity: filling the gap of protection for the environmentally displaced person. 46 Val. U. L. Rev. 891-938 (2012).
Hansen, Rick E. Climate change disclosure by SEC registrants: revisiting the SEC’s 2010 interpretive release. 6 Brook. J. Corp. Fin. & Com. L. 487-552 (2012)
FOOD LAW & SAFETY.Morles, Gustavo. Student article. Catastrophe lurks in South America: tainted food and international commerce in the Andean Community of Nations. 39 Syracuse J. Int’l L. & Com. 411-439 (2012).
Benny, Erik. Student essay. “Natural” modifications: the FDA’s need to promulgate an official definition of “natural” that includes genetically modified organisms. 80 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1504-1526 (2012).
Van Zuiden, Stacey H. Note. The good food fight for Good Samaritans: the history of alleviating liability and equalizing tax incentives for food donors. 17 Drake J. Agri. L. 237-262 (2012).
FOREIGN LAW.Harris, Wesley N. China energy: a crossroads historiography. 37 T. Marshall L. Rev. 255-301 (2012).
Benda, Stan. From the land that brought you William Shatner: a warp speed overview of Canadian agricultural law and history. 16 Drake J. Agri. L. 207-240 (2011).
Alviar Garciá, Helena. Searching for women and sustainable development in Colombia: restructuring the limits. 23 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 22-43 (2012).
Murthy, Sharmila L. Iraq’s constitutional mandate to justly distribute water: the implications of federalism, Islam, international law, and human rights. 42 Geo. Wash. Int’l L. Rev. 749-785 (2010).
YU, Wenxuan. Low-carbon and more: challenges and solutions of China’s coal industry legislation. 13 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 333-359 (2011).
HEALTH.Fox, Cory. Comment. Resisting antibiotic resistance: legal strategies to maintain man’s dominion over microbes. 12 Hous. J. Health L. & Pol’y 35-61 (2011).
HISTORY.Andreen, William L. Of fables and federalism: a re-examination of the historical rationale for federal environmental regulation. 42 Envtl. L. 627-679 (2012).
HYDRAULIC FRACTURING.Kramer, Bruce M. Federal legislative and administrative regulation of hydraulic fracturing operations. 44 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 837-862 (2012).
Van Ort, Travis D. Note. Hydraulic fracturing additives: a solution to the tension between trade secret protection and demands for public disclosure. 4 Ky. J. Equine, Agri., & Nat. Resources L. 439-458 (2011-2012).
Manor, Neal J. Note. “What the frack?” Why hydraulic fracturing is abnormally dangerous and whether courts should allow strict liability causes of action. 4 Ky. J. Equine, Agri., & Nat. Resources L. 459-478 (2011-2012).
Perkins, Nancy D. The fracturing of place: the regulation of Marcellus Shale development and the subordination of local experience. 23 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 44-79 (2012).
Kerner, Kathleen. Recent development. Fracturing the environment?: exploring potential problems posed by horizontal drilling methods. 1 U. Balt. J. Land & Dev. 235-245 (2012).
INTERNATIONAL LAW.Conan, Loïc. Materialization of political risk in the oil & gas industry: the case of Egypt in the turmoil of the Arab Spring. 37 T. Marshall L. Rev. 213-229 (2012).
McKenzie, Scott O. Note. Egypt’s choice: from the Nile Basin Treaty to the Cooperative Framework Agreement, an international legal analysis. 21 Transnat’l L. & Contemp. Probs. 571-599 (2012).
INTERNATIONAL TRADE.Gathii, James and Keith H. Hirakawa. Curtailing ecosystem exportation: ecosystem services as a basis to reconsider export-driven agriculture in economies highly dependent on agricultural exports. 30 Va. Envtl. L.J. 1-27 (2012).
McNish, Tyler. Carbon offsets are a bridge too far in the tradable property rights revolution. 36 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 387-443 (2012).
Morosini, Fabio. Trade and climate change: unveiling the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities from the WTO agreements. 42 Geo. Wash. Int’l L. Rev. 713-748 (2010).
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.Barrett, Catherine Anne. Note. A rose by any other statute would smell as sweet: patent protection of ornamental plants. 4 Ky. J. Equine, Agri., & Nat. Resources L. 501-524 (2011-2012).
LAND USE.Birch, Michael. Student article. Take some land for the ball game: sports stadiums, eminent domain, and the public use doctrine. 19 Sports Law. J. 173-207 (2012).
Galiani, Sebastian and Ernesto Schargrodsky. Land property rights and resource allocation. 54 J.L. & Econ. S329-S345 (2011).
Spoerl, Douglas. Comment. Land aesthetics v. wireless channel access: the case for local authority to regulate the visible, but not the wireless, interface of antennas. 1 U. Balt. J. Land & Dev. 177-206 (2012).
Cox, Edward. Helping landowners help new farmers: incentive programs and other legal tools for transitioning land to the next generation of farmers. 17 Drake J. Agri. L. 37-54 (2012).
LAW OF THE SEA.Pedrozo, Pete. The U.S.-China Incidents at Sea Agreement: a recipe for disaster. 6 J. Nat’l Sec. L. & Pol’y 207-226 (2012).
Craig, Robin Kundis. Ocean governance for the 21st century: making marine zoning climate change adaptable. 36 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 305-350 (2012).
MINING.Neace, Steven A. Note. The bait and switch: equitable estoppel and Mine Safety and Health Administration jurisdiction. 4 Ky. J. Equine, Agri., & Nat. Resources L. 417-437 (2011-2012).
NANOTECHNOLOGY.Symposium. The Biggest Issues for the Smallest Stuff: Nanotechnology Regulation and Risk Management. Foreword by Blair H. Moses; articles by Gary E. Marchant, Blake Atkinson, David Banko, Joshua Bromley, Edith Cseke, Evan Feldstein, Devin Garcia, Justin M. Grant, Connor Hubach, Monika Silva, Robert L. Swinford, Simon Willman, Kenneth W. Abbott, Elizabeth A. Corley, Edward R. Glady, Jr., Gregorio M. Garcia, Blair H. Moses, Daniel J. Fiorino, Timothy F. Malloy, Kiril D. Hristovski, Youngjae Kim and Dietram A. Scheufele. 52 Jurimetrics J. 239-381 (2012).
Hristovski, Kiril D. Scientific challenges of nanomaterial risk assessment. 52 Jurimetrics J. 359-370 (2012).
NATIVE AMERICAN LANDS.Segal, Alice. Note. Uranium mining and the Navajo Nation—legal injustice. 21 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Soc. Just. 355-397 (2012).
Hamilton, Jessica A.R. Note. Finding new power in the wind, the earth, and the sun: a survey of the regulation of alternative energy generated in American Indian reservations in the United States and First Nation reserves in Canada. 44 Conn. L. Rev. 1383-1416 (2012).
Shown Harjo, Suzan. Native American human rights acts: a brief account of some ways that Native Peoples and friends won repatriation and national Indian museum laws. 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 681-696 (2012).
NATURAL DISASTERS.Baldridge, Kate. Student article. Disaster resilience: a study of San Francisco’s soft-story building problem. 44 Urb. Law. 465-492 (2012).
Sweeney, Patricia and Ryan Joyce. Gubernatorial emergency management powers: testing the limits in Pennsylvania. 6 Pitt. J. Envtl. L. & Pub. Health L. 149-177 (2012).
Augustine, Jonathan C. A national model for disaster recovery: growing green jobs in the age of energy efficiency. 37 T. Marshall L. Rev. 179-212 (2012).
NATURAL RESOURCES.Faure, Michael and Jing Liu. New models for the compensation of natural resources damage. 4 Ky. J. Equine, Agri., & Nat. Resources L. 261-314 (2011-2012).
Tomasovic, Brian S. The fate of treated wood infrastructure. 30 Va. Envtl. L.J. 28-71 (2012).
Thrope, Jonathan. Case comment. (Minard Run Oil Co. v. United States Forest Service, 670 F.3d 236, 2011.) 36 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 567-598 (2012).
NEPA.Fang, Lilly. Note. Environmental review problems of cross-border projects under NEPA: lessons from the tar sands pipelines. 31 Stan. Envtl. L.J. 285-313 (2012).
Braeuer, Sally. Casenote. A slick situation: the First Circuit creates a buzz and it turns to NEPA to strengthen federal oil spill regulation in ... (United States v. Coalition for Buzzards Bay, 644 F.3d 26, 2011.) 23 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 173-210 (2012).
NUCLEAR ENERGY.Yanishevskiy, Denis. Casenote. The California project: Federal Government continues trend of preempting state law in the field of nuclear safety in ... (Boeing Co. v. Robinson, 2011 WL 1748312, 2011.) 23 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 277-302 (2012).
OIL.Behrens, Brady Paul. Comment. Rule 37 exceptions and small mineral tracts in urban areas: an argument for incorporating compulsory pooling into special field rules in Texas. 44 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 1053-1086 (2012).
Claveloux, Jacob and Jon Stockman. Note. Eastern Enterprises as the canary in the coalmine: will the Supreme Court hamper the Gulf workforce by continuing to confuse the constitutionality of retroactive liability provisions? 29 Hofstra Lab. & Emp. L.J. 609-649 (2012).
Larsen, Gaia J. Skewed incentives: how offshore drilling policies fail to induce innovation to reduce social and environmental costs. 31 Stan. Envtl. L.J. 139-194 (2012).
Varty, Johna. Case note. Pawnee Well Users v. Wolfe: the natural successor to Vance v. Wolfe. (Pawnee Well Users v. Wolfe, No. 2010CW98, 2011.) 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 469-488 (2012).
Duruigbo, Emeka. Oil, turmoil, and a Texas export for energy security. 37 T. Marshall L. Rev. 231-254 (2012).
Harrigan, Ryan. Comment. TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline: politics, environmental harm & eminent domain abuse. 1 U. Balt. J. Land & Dev. 207-234 (2012).
OIL SPILLS.Selby, Brendan. Case comment. (In re: Oil Spill by the Oil Rig “Deepwater Horizon” in the Gulf of Mexico, on April 20, 2011, Order of Aug. 26, 2011, 808 F. Supp. 2d 943, 2011.) 36 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 533-566 (2012).
Kelly, Devin C. Note. Industry overboard: how the Deepwater Horizon oil spill affected the Gulf Coast commercial fishing industry and statutory recommendations for future protection. 16 Drake J. Agri. L. 463-485 (2011).
Gignilliat, William R. Roscoe Hogan Environmental Law Essay Contest winner. The Gulf oil spill: OPA, state law, and maritime preemption. 13 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 385-416 (2011).
Slagle, Emily. Note. Troubled waters: what the Gulf oil spill reveals about the consequences of bankruptcy. 13 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 361-384 (2011).
RCRA.Nelson, Ricky R. Student chapter. Covert RCRA enforcement: seeking compensatory damages under the Federal Tort Claims Act for environmental contamination. (Myers v. United States, 652 F.3d 1021, 2011.) 42 Envtl. L. 909-941 (2012).
RENEWABLE RESOURCES.Mormann, Felix. Enhancing the investor appeal of renewable energy. 42 Envtl. L. 681-734 (2012).
STATE AND LOCAL LAW.
Maguire, Colin W. The imposing specter of municipal liability for exclusive promotion of green building certification systems. 1 U. Balt. J. Land & Dev. 157-175 (2012).
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.Gender and the Future of Sustainability. Opening remarks by Lucy Wanjiru; articles by Tracy Higgins, Jeanmarie French, Helena Alviar Garciá and Nancy D. Perkins. 23 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 1-79 (2012).
TOXICS.Ballif, Tori. Note. Political fallout: designing a radiation exposure compensation scheme. 31 Stan. Envtl. L.J. 253-283 (2012).
WASTE TREATMENT.Sease, Matt G. Note. What’s that smell: septic systems and Iowa’s time of transfer law. 16 Drake J. Agri. L. 343-358 (2011).
WATER POLLUTION.Eckstein, Gabriel and George William Sherk. Alternative strategies for addressing the presence and effects of pharmaceutical and personal care products in fresh water resources. 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 369-445 (2012).
Longhurst, Corey. Note. Where is the point? Water quality trading’s inability to deal with nonpoint source agricultural pollution. 17 Drake J. Agri. L. 175-209 (2012).
WETLANDS.Brechtel, Vailferree S. Student article. Delving into Rapanos v. United States, United States v. Bailey, and regulatory guidance: the importance of science in determining federal jurisdiction over wetlands. (Rapanos v. United States, 547 U.S. 715, 2006.) 57 S.D. L. Rev. 67-97 (2012).
ZONING.Salkin, Patricia E. and student Zachary Kansler. Medical marijuana zoned out: local regulation meets state acceptance and federal quiet acquiescence. 16 Drake J. Agri. L. 295-319 (2011).
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