VOLUME 18 | SUMMER 1999 | NUMBER 3

The Manageria Judge and Y2K Litigation
Hon. D. Brooks Smith
Abstract

Legal Implications of the Millennium Bug: The Multiple Roles of Lawyers in Coping with the Fallout from the Trillion-Dollar Computer Glitch
Howard L. Nations, Mark L. Duke, and Gary R. Black, Jr.
Abstract

Class Actions in Year 2000 Defective Software and Hardware Litigation
Reed R. Kathrein

State and Federal Year 2000 Legislation
Travis C. Barton and Brian S. Engel

Causes of Action on and off the Contract in Year 2000 Litigation
Mark Grossman and JoAnn Nesta

Fortuity, Insurance and Y2K
Michael Sean Quinn

Information Technology and Y2K Litigation
Clark Richards

The Duty of Ordinary Care for HMOs: Can Texas Senate Bill 386 Weather the Storm of ERISA Preemption?
Blaine Hummel

Speaking Out: Lawyers and Their Right to Free Speech
David R. Cooper
Abstract

Protecting the Unwed Father's Opportunity to Parent: A Survey of Paternity Registry Statutes
Rebeca Aizpuru


VOLUME 18 | SPRING 1999 | NUMBER 2

From Epidemiological Studies to Beekeeping: Even After Robinson and Havner, There Is Still an Advantage in Characterizing Experts as Non-Scientific
Justin M. Welch
Abstract

Admitting Scanned Reproductions into Evidence
Mary Moreland and Steward Nazzaro
Abstract

Celebrities Rights to Privacy: How Far Should the Paparazzi Be Allowed to Go?
Jamie E. Nordhaus
Abstract

Trade Secrets and the Internet: What Remedies Exist for Disclosure in the Information Age?
Ryan Lambrecht
Abstract

Employers May have to Pay When Domestic Violence Goes to Work
Staphenie L. Perin
Abstract


VOLUME 18 | WINTER 1999 | NUMBER 1

A New Framework for Judicial Estoppel
David S. Coale
Abstract

The Pharmacist's Duty to Warn in Texas
Alison G. Myhra

Proving Political Corruption: Documenting the Evidence Required to Sustain Campaign Finance Reform Laws
David Schultz

Don't Walk the Line: Ethical Considerations in Preparing witnesses for Deposition and Trial
Liisa Renee Salmi
Abstract

Psychiatric Disabilities & the ADA: An Analysis of Conventional Defenses & EEOC Guidelines
Sarah Starnes
Abstract

O'Give Me A Home: Determing the Location of the Debtor's Chief Executive Officer Under Section 9-103 of the UCC
Kevin White
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