VOLUME 17 | SUMMER 1998 | NUMBER 3

The 1998 Mass Tort Symposium: Legal Ethical Issues at the Cutting Edge of Substantive and Procedural Law
David Hricik

Mass Tort Class Actions in the New Millennium
Sofia Adrogue

Dealing with Conflicts in Joint Representation of Defendants in Mass Tort Litigation
G. Luke Ashley and Richard L. Wynne, Jr.
Abstract

The Ethics of Communicating with Putative Class Members
Vincent R. Johnson

Common Funds and Common Problems: Fee Objections and Class Counsel's Response
Reagan W. Silber and Frank E. Goodrich

Opening the Gates to Scientific Evidence in Toxic Exposure Cases: Medical Monitoring and Daubert
Patricia E. Lin

For Whome Does the Statute Toll? Serious Concerns About Our Antiquated Texas Tolling Statute
Henry M. Pogorzelski

The Tale of the Omnipotent Prosecutor: How Recent Events Expose Flaws in the Supreme Court's Analysis of the Independent Counsel Clause of the Ethics in Government Act
Russell M. Soloway


VOLUME 17 | SPRING 1998 | NUMBER 2

Federal Rule of Evidence 404(b): The Fictitious Ban on Character Reasoning form Other Crime Evidence
Andrew J. Morris
Abstract

Corporate Governance Meets the Constitution: A Case Study of Nonprofit Membership Corporations and Their Associational Standing Under Article III
Charles H. Steen and Michael B. Hopkins

Texas Premises Liability Jury Definitions, Instructions, and Questions for Criminal Actor Cases -- A Patern to Ease the Madness?
James H. Stilwell

Unmarried with Privileges? Extending the Evidentiary Privilege to Same-Sex Couples
Jennifer R. Brannen

Deterring the Spread of Viruses Online: Can Tort Law Tighten the 'Net'?
Robin A Brooks

Witness Immunity or Malpractice Liability for Professionals Hired as Experts
Leslie R. Masterson


VOLUME17 | WINTER 1998 | NUMBER 1

The Taking and Use of Video Depositions: An Update
Michael J. Henke and Craig D. Margolis
Abstract

Using Expert Witnesses in Employement Litigation
Julie E. Blend
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In Defense of Moot Court: A Response to "In Praise of Moot Court -- Not!"
Michael V. Hernandez

Tell Me No Timing Rule and I'll Tell You No Lies: Why a Child's Prior Consistent Statements Should Be Admissible Without a Pre-Motive Requirement -- a Critique of Tome v. United States
Leslie E. Daigle
Abstract

Legitimate Alchemy in the 20th Century: IOLTA Proceeds Are No Fool's Gold; Criticism of the Fifth Circuit's Decision in Washington Legal Foundation v. Texas Equal Access to Justice Foundation
Blaine C. Kimrey
Abstract

A Dubious Development: Tax Increment financing and Economically Motivated Condemnation
Todd A. Rogers
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