VOLUME 8 | FALL 1989 | NUMBER 3

Third-Party Testimony About Prior Identifications and Federal Rule of Evidence 801(d)(1): A Petition for Rehearing
David E. Seidelson

Hyperlexis or Hyperbole: Subdividing the Landscape of Disputes and Defusing the Litigation Explosion
Richard D. Catenacci

Court-Annexed Arbitration: The Verdict is Still Out
Gabrielle Honore Kickham

Give a Hoot, Don't Dilute: The Case for a Federal Dilution Statute
Mark Borgman


VOLUME 8 | SPRING 1989 | NUMBER 2

Juror Agreement on the Basis of Negligence
Steward Jay

Determining the Reach and Content of Summary Decisions
Francisco Ed. Lim

Ethics on the Table: Stretching the Truth in Negotiations
Scott S. Dahl

Modification of Consent Decrees in Institutional Reform Litigation: A Return to the Swift Standard
Stacey L. Murphy

Preventing Trial by Ambush: The Laches Defense in Title VII Suits
Marry Lynn Kelly


VOLUME 8 | WINTER 1988 | NUMBER 1

The Emergence of Civil Liability for Dispensing Alcohol: A Comparative Study
Daphne D. Sipes

Qualified Immunity and State Courts
Terrence S. Welch

Avoiding Discharge of State Consumer Protection Judgments in Bankruptcy
Karen L. Blakely

Imputed Disqualification? Law Firm Mergers and the Need for Change
Lauren Ravkind


           
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