wnecmain Western New England Law Review:Law Review Table of Contents Vol. 16

 

 

 

 

Vol. 16
1994

 

 

 

 

ISSUE 1:

Cite as 16 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (1994).

TRIBUTE

A TRIBUTE TO DEAN HOWARD I. KALODNER
Judge William H. Abraskhin  xvii

ARTICLES

REHABILITATING BANKRUPTCY CODE SECTION 506(C): SHOULD THIRD PARTY CLAIMANTS HAVE INDEPENDENT STANDING?
Justin T. Toth  1

REINSURANCE LITIGATION: A PRIMER
Charles F. Corcoran, III 41

DISCOVERY OF THE PLAINTIFF'S MENTAL HEALTH HISTORY IN AN EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION CASE
David A. Robinson  55

NOTES

SECURITIES LAW—ALL IN THE FAMILY—UNITED STATES v. CHESTMAN: FINDING A FIDUCIARY OR OTHER SIMILAR RELATION OF TRUST AND CONFIDENCE UNDER RULE 10b-5 FOR FAMILY MEMBERS OF A FAMILY-CONTROLLED PUBLICLY TRADED CORPORATION
William A. Snider 79

ANTITRUST LAW—BERKEY PHOTO AND ALASKA AIRLINES: DIFFERENT APPROACHES TO MONOPOLY LEVERAGING CLAIMS
James P. Puhala, III  111

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW—THE HOUSEHOLD WASTE EXCLUSION CLARIFICATION: 42 U.S.C. SECTION 6921(i): DID CONGRESS INTEND TO EXCLUDE MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE ASH FROM REGULATION AS HAZARDOUS WASTE UNDER SUBTITLE C?
Jane Ellen Warner 149

FEDERAL TAX LAW—MULLIKIN v. UNITED STATES: "BIG BROTHER" IS STILL WATCHING; THE IRS CAN ASSESS PENALTIES AT ANY TIME
Edward J. Carroll, III  181

ISSUE 2:

Cite as 16 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (1994).

TRIBUTE

A TRIBUTE TO DEAN HOWARD I. KALODNER
Janet H. Pumphrey  i

REMARKS

REMARKS ON BEING SWORN IN AS A UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
Michael Ponsor  209

ARTICLE

A LOOK AT TITLE VII'S REGULATORY REGIME
Ronald Turner  219

NOTES

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—DEVELOPING GUIDELINES IN FOURTH AMENDMENT "CLOTHING CASES" AFTER UNITED STATES v. BUTLER
Darrel C. Waugh  289

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—PEOPLE v. GRIGGS: ILLINOIS IGNORES MORAN v. BURBINE TO EXPAND A SUSPECT'S MIRANDA RIGHTS
Chrisoula I. Roumeliotis  329

RICO LAW—WRONGFUL DISCHARGE AND RICO CONSPIRACY STANDING: THE HOLMES v. SECURITIES INVESTOR PROTECTION CORP. DIRECT-INJURY TEST RESOLVES THE STANDING ISSUE
Keith S. Marks 365

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—DID CONGRESS OVERREACH IN ITS REACTION TO LAMPF?
John D. McNally  397

BOOK REVIEW

THE OLDEST COURT OF CONTINUOUS EXISTENCE IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE
Donald J. Dunn  429

INDEX