VOLUME 4 | SUMMER 1985 | NUMBER 3

Avoiding the Merits in Constitutional Tort Litigation: Recent Developments in Exhaustion, Limitations, and Preclusion
Sheldon H. Nahmod

Pitfalls for Sellers and Buyers Under the Market Formula of Section 2-708
Roy Ryden Anderson

The New Federal Express: Mail Service of Process Under Amended Rule 4
Linda S. Mullenix

Specific Jurisdiction: Time for a "Related To" Analysis
Stan Mayo

Sin, Suffering, and "Social Interest": A Hearsay Exception for Statements Subjecting the Hearsay Declarant to "Hatred, Ridicule or Disgrace"
David Furlow
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VOLUME 4 | SPRING 1985 | NUMBER 2

Confidentiality Orders in Complex Litigation
Rodney D. Joslin

The Comparative Reliability of Polygraph Evidence
John Frederick Rapp

The Use of Peremptory Challenges to Exclude Blacks from Petit Juries in Civil Actions: The Case for Striking Peremptory Strikes
Clara L. Meek


VOLUME 4 | WINTER 1983 | NUMBER 1

Comparative Causation, Contribution, and Indemnity in Texas
Edward M. Carstarphen, III, Thomas W. Taylor

Emerging Theories in Products Liability: The "Unacceptable Combination" Defect
Windle Turley

Pro Se Appeals in the Fifth Circuit: The Gradual Demise of the Notice Exception to Federal Rule of Appellate Procedure 4(a) and an Argument for Its Resurrection
Dirk E. Eshleman


           
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