NEHFNational Employee Health and Fitness Day (est. 1989)
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1471 (1998) (drawing attention to "cognitive and motivational problems" of individuals operating under specific laws due to bounded rationality); Jolls & Sunstein, supra note 22 (examining the approach of "insulating" outcomes from irrationality); Nehf, supra note 122 (exploring rational behavior in the context of online privacy legislation and market forces).
Nehf, Contract Damages as Substitute for Full Performance, 32 IND.
(97) See, eg, Robert Gellman, 'Fragmented, Incomplete, and Discontinuous: The Failure of Federal Privacy Regulatory Proposals and Institutions' (1993) 6 Software Law Journal 199, 210-11; Gellman, 'Does Privacy Law Work?', above n 14, 194-202; James Nehf, 'Recognizing the Societal Value in Information Privacy' (2003) 78 Washington Law Review 1.
The winner was Art Nehf, who had already lost two games in the series, while the loser was Waite Hoyt, who had already won two.
(47.) See, e.g., James Nehf, Recognizing the Societal Value in Information Privacy, 78 WASH.
The early edition of the day's paper, writes Baker, included "a long account of the heroic efforts of Henry Nehf, a druggist and volunteer fireman from Terre Haute, Indiana, whose body had been found in the remains of a burned and collapsed building, his right arm over his head, as if to fend off the ceiling, and his left around the nozzle of a fire hose.
Nehf, A Legislative Framework for Reducing Fraud in the Credit Repair Industry, 70 N.C.
Advancing database technologies have increased the opportunity for businesses to acquire, use, and disseminate customer information (Miceli, Ricotta, and Costabile 2007; Nehf 2007; Youn 2009).
Nehf emphasizes that this problem is compounded by the domination of the industry by large conglomerates.
Nehf, Writing Contracts in the Client's Interest, 51 S.C.