VOLUME 14 | SUMMER 1995 | NUMBER 3

Mass Media's Impact on Litigation: A Judge's Perspective
The Honorable John F. Onion, Jr.

Panel Discussion: What to Do when Your Case Is Front Page News
Michael E. Tigar, Walter L. Cofer, Scott Armstrong, William H. Colby, Dominic P. Gentile, and The Honorable John F. Onion, Jr.

Media and the "Right to Die": A Personal Reflection
William H. Colby

Democracy and the Demystification of courts: An Essay
David A. Anderson

State-Law Punitive Damage Schemes and the Seventh Amendment Right to Jury Trial in the Federal courts
Charles Jared Knight

RICO's Application to Noneconomic Actors: A Serious Threat to First Amendment Freedoms
Bryn K. Larsen

General Jurisdiction over Foreign Corporations: All that Glitters Is Not Gold Issue Mining
Pierre Riou


VOLUME 14 | SPRING 1995 | NUMBER 2

"Pattern" Requirement Renders RICO Inapplicable to Ordinary Business Disputes
William E. Marple

"Show and Tell": An Analysis of the Scope of the Attorney-Client Waiver Standards
Roberta M. Harding
Abstract

Punitive Damages: State Trands and Developments
James R. McKown
Abstract

Preventing Duplicative Mass Tort Litigation through the Limited Resources Doctrine
Bryan J. Schillinger

Mandatory Summary Jury Trials: Too Hasty a Solution to the Growing Problem of Judicial Inefficiency?
Marla Moore

The Road to Nowhere: The Texas Supreme Court Departs from the Majority Rule by Limiting Highway Condemnation Damages in State v. Schmidt
Michael C. Singley

Straddling the Wire: Electromagnetic Fields and Personal Injury Suits
James H. Stilwell


VOLUME 14 | WINTER 1994 | NUMBER 1

Foreword: The Malaise of Federal Rulemaking
Charles Alan Wright

Adversarial Justice, Professional Responsibility, and the New Federal Discovery Rules
Linda S. Mullenix

Mandatory Disclosure and Local Abrogation: In Search of a Theory for Optional Rules
Lauren K. Robel
Abstract

Sanctioning Legal Organization under the New Federal Civil Rule 11: Radical Changes Loosen More Unforseeable Forces
Jeffrey A. Parness
Abstract

Rule 23: Redux: Empowering the Federal Class Action
Robert G. Bone

The Federal Civil Rules Amendments of 1993 and Complex Litigation: A Comment on Transsubstantivity and Special Rules for Large and Small Federal Cases
Mark C. Weber
Abstract

Pretrial Case Management under the Amended Rules: Too Many Words for a Good Idea
Michael E. Tigar
Abstract

Service of Process: Amended Rule 4 and the Presumption of Jurisdiciton
Kent Sinclair
Abstract

The Inherent Power to Impose Sanctions: How a Federal Judge Is Like an 800-Pound Gorilla
Thomas E. Baker

Opt-Outs at the Outlaw Inn: A Report from Montana
Carl Tobias

How I Spent My Sabbatical, or What Happened When a Torts Professor Is a Juror in a Negligence Case
Douglas H. Cook

The Pendelton Swings from Compliance to Punishment: EPA Compliance Orders and Duplicative Citizen Suits
William A. Moore

Arbor Day for "Judicial Oaks"?: The Supreme Court Implies a Right to Contribution in Section 10(b) Actions
Oliver Sandlin

The Frye Standard Finally Fries: Has Daubert v. Merrell Dow Furthered the Use of Scientifc Evidence in Our Legal System?
Thomas Michael Spitaletto
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