This softcover book is the fourth volume in the Federal Constitutional Law Modular Series. The modular casebook design concept makes it possible for instructors to custom-tailor their materials for courses of varying length and focus by requiring students to purchase the entire set or only specific volumes. Coverage in this fourth volume of the series includes: ac Commerce Clause limitations on state power ac The Supremacy Clause and preemption of state law ac Limitation of state authority under the Dormant Commerce Clause; and ac Constraints on federal power from the Tenth Amendment and federalism.I In 1992, petitioner Alexis Geier, driving a 1987 Honda Accord, collided with a tree and was seriously injured. The car was equipped with manual shoulder and lap belts which Geier had buckled up at the time. The car was not ... But it declined to resolve that question because it found that petitionersa#39; state-law tort claims posed an obstacle to the accomplishment of FMVSS 208a#39;s objectives. For that reasonanbsp;...
|Title||:||Federal Constitutional Law: Federalism Limitations on State and Federal Power|
|Author||:||Lee J. Strang|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2011-12-05|