VOLUME 24 | SUMMER 2005 | NUMBER 3

No J.D. Required: The Critical Role and Contributions of Non-Lawyer Mediators
Matthew Daiker
Abstract

Vetoing Class Actions
Michael M. Gallagher
Abstract

Examination of Prior Expert Qualification and/or Disqualification – (Questionable Questions Under the Rules of Evidence)
Irving Prager and Kevin S. Marshall
Abstract

The Grey Note
Noah Balch
Abstract

The Professional Objector and Revised Rule 23: Protecting Voice Rights While Limiting Objecting Abuse
Mike Absmeier
Abstract

Office of Foreign Assets Control Regulations: Making Attorneys Choose Between Compliance and the Attorney-Client Relationship
Jill M. Troxel
Abstract


VOLUME 24 | SPRING 2005 | NUMBER 2

Unimpaired Asbestos Dockets: They Are Constitutional
Mark A. Behrens and Manuel López
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Guise, Contrivance, or Artful Dodging?: The Discovery Rules Governing Testifying Employee Experts
George Brent Mickum IV and Luther L. Hajek
Abstract

An Inventory of Mathematical Blunders in Applying the Loss-of-a-Chance Doctrine
Lars Noah
Abstract

The Use of the Excited Utterance Hearsay Exception in the Prosecution of Domestic Violence Cases After Crawford v. Washington
Celeste E. Byrom
Abstract

The Use of Plain-Language Principles in Texas Litigation Formbooks
Kevin D. Collins
Abstract

Unwarranted Entry: An Examination of the Supreme Court’s Decision to Enter the Punitive Damages Arena
Ansley C. Tillman
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VOLUME 24 | WINTER 2005 | NUMBER 1

“Sociotechnical” Arguments in Scientific Discourse: Expert Depositions in Tobacco Litigation
David S. Caudill
Abstract

Tools of Submission: The Weakening Broad-Form “Mandate” in Texas and the Roles of Jury and Judge
William L. Davis
Abstract

Preemption of Contract Claims by the Medicare Act: An Analysis of the Recent Holding in Lifecare Hospitals v. Ochsner Health Plan
Stephen M. Elwell
Abstract

The Future of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Subpoena Power on the Internet in Light of the Verizon Cases
David Gorski
Abstract

Reallocating the Burden of Persuasion Under the Aérospatiale Approach to Transnational Discovery
Matthew B. Kutac
Abstract

Regulation of Lawyer Conduct Under Sarbanes-Oxley: Minimizing Law-Firm Liability by Encouraging Adoption of Qualified Legal Compliance Committees
Jeffrey I. Snyder
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