wnecmain Western New England Law Review:Law Review Table of Contents Vol. 18

 

 

 

 

Vol. 18
1996

 

 

 

 

ISSUE 1:

Cite as 18 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (1996).

SYMPOSIUM: INSURANCE COVERAGE OF EMPLOYMENT DISPUTES
ARTICLES

FOREWORD
Francis J. Mootz  1

PRINCIPLES OF INSURANCE COVERAGE: A GUIDE FOR THE EMPLOYMENT LAWYER
Francis J. Mootz  5

COVERAGE ISSUES UNDER COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY AND DIRECTORS' AND OFFICERS' LIABILITY POLICIES
Joseph P. Monteleone   47

EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY AND ERRORS AND OMISSIONS INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR EMPLOYMENT-RELATED CLAIMS
James E. Scheuermann & John K. Baillie  71

A CHECKLIST FOR INSURANCE COVERAGE IN THE EMPLOYMENT LITIGATION CONTEXT
Larry M. Golub  99

INSURANCE COVERAGE ACTIONS: WHO, WHERE, AND WHEN TO SUE
Steven R. Gilford & Robert M. Fogler  123

EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES LIABILITY INSURANCE (EPLI) POLICIES: WHO CONTROLS SELECTION OF DEFENSE COUNSEL
Joseph P. Monteleone
  159

EMPLOYMENT LAW CLAIMS: TRIGGERING COVERAGE UNDER "CLAIMS MADE" POLICIES
Wayne E. Borgeest, Anthony J. Fowler & Michael M. Santocki  179

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR EMPLOYMENT-RELATED LITIGATION: CONNECTICUT LAW
Calum Anderson  199

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR EMPLOYMENT CLAIMS IN MASSACHUSETTS
Marylou Fabbo, Audrey J. Samit & Richard U. Stubbs, Jr.  255

NOTES

FEDERAL COURTS—IN RE UNITED STATES—SHOULD FEDERAL MAGISTRATES BE DELEGATED THE AUTHORITY TO APPROVE ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE APPLICATIONS?
Thomas R. Garcia  271

CRIMINAL LAW—STATE OF CONNECTICUT v. JOYCE: WHO GETS BURNED BY THE WARRANTLESS SEARCH OF FIRE-DAMAGED CLOTHING?
Andrew S. Golden  305

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—SEPARATE BUT EQUAL: JELDNESS v. PEARCE — AN ANALYSIS OF TITLE IX WITHIN THE CONFINES OF CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES
Christine M. Safarik  337

ISSUE 2:

Cite as 18 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (1996).

REMARKS

REMARKS TO THE NATIONAL BLACK LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION
The Honorable Alvin W. Thompson  373

ARTICLE

THE ZONING ACT'S "PERSON AGGRIEVED" STANDARD: FROM BARVENIK TO MARASHLIAN
Mark Bobrowski 
385

NOTES

REGULATED INDUSTRIES—STATUTORY CONSTRUCTION OF SECTION 541(a) OF THE CABLE TELEVISION CONSUMER PROTECTION AND COMPETITION ACT OF 1992: A PRESUMPTION IN FAVOR OF PRACTICAL REASON
Michael D. Blanchard  437

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—UNITED STATES v. EVANS: DISTRICT OF ARREST OR DISTRICT OF PROSECUTION?— DETERMINING THE PROPER TRIBUNAL FOR REVIEW OF PRETRIAL BAIL DECISIONS IN THE MULTI-DISTRICT CONTEXT
Scott C. Wells  487

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—SEX, LIES AND RAPE SHIELD STATUTES: THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF INTERPRETING RAPE SHIELD STATUTES TO EXCLUDE EVIDENCE RELATING TO THE VICTIM’S MOTIVE TO FABRICATE
Jason M. Price  541