wnecmain Western New England Law Review:Law Review Table of Contents Vol. 17

 

 

 

 

Vol. 17
1995

 

 

 

 

ISSUE 1:

Cite as 17 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (1995).

ARTICLES

FALLEN TIMBER: A PROPOSAL FOR THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD TO ASSERT JURISDICTION OVER INDIAN-OWNED AND CONTROLLED BUSINESSES ON TRIBAL RESERVATIONS
Helen M. Kemp  1

REFLECTIONS ON TAKINGS: THE WATUPPA PONDS CASES
Deborah K. Paulus  29

HOW PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS CAN MEET THEIR OBLIGATIONS TO ACCOMMODATE STUDENTS WITH SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITIES
Joseph F. Smith, Jr. & M. Kay Runyan 77

NOTES

IMMIGRATION LAW—THE PENDENCY OF A MOTION TO REOPEN BEFORE THE BOARD OF IMMIGRATION APPEALS AND ITS EFFECT ON APPELLATE COURT JURISDICTION: REJECTING THE "SUSPENDED FINALITY" APPROACH IN DEPORTATION CASES
Scott D. Camassar  109

EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION—MILLER v. MAXWELL'S INTERNATIONAL, INC.: INDIVIDUAL LIABILITY FOR SUPERVISORY EMPLOYEES UNDER TITLE VII AND THE ADEA
Steven K. Sanborn  143

FEDERAL SECURITIES LAW—VERSYSS, INC. v. COOPERS & LYBRAND—THE NEW CORPORATE MERGER TRICK: WATCH CLOSELY AS THE TARGET CORPORATION MAKES ITS SECURITIES DISAPPEAR . . . OR DO THEY???
William F. Giruzzi  181

ISSUE 2:

Cite as 17 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (1995).

ARTICLE

DETERMINING DETRIMENT TO THE CHILD IN THIRD-PARTY CUSTODY CASES IN CONNECTICUT
Carolyn Wilkes Kaas  205

NOTES

THE FALSE CLAIMS ACT—FINDING MIDDLE GROUND BETWEEN OPPORTUNITY AND OPPORTUNISM: THE "ORIGINAL SOURCE" PROVISION OF 31 U.S.C. sect. 3730(e)(4)
Susan G. Fentin  255

CRIMINAL LAW—UNITED STATES v. HOLLINGSWORTH: THE ENTRAPMENT DEFENSE AND THE NEOPHYTE CRIMINAL—WHEN THE COMMISSION OF A CRIMINAL ACT DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CRIME
Elliot Rothstein  303

LABOR LAW—BETWEEN THE OBVIOUS AND THE FOOLISH: AN APPLICATION OF UCC PRINCIPLES TO THE COMMON LAW OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS
Matthew J. McDermott  337

CRIMINAL LAW—IN RE MOTION TO UNSEAL ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE EVIDENCE: THIRD PARTY ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT-ACQUIRED WIRETAP EVIDENCE
Lori K. Odierna  371

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