Vol. 29
2006-2007

 

 

 

 

ISSUE 1: 

Symposium: Issues in Community Economic Development

Cite as 29 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (2006).

ARTICLES

FOREWORD:  LAW, BUSINESS, AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT—CURRENT ISSUES AND AGE-OLD BATTLES
Eric J. Gouvin  1

CREDIT WHERE IT COUNTS: MAINTAINING A STRONG COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT ACT
Michael S. Barr  11

TOWARDS A NATIONAL COMMUNITY: THE CRA AND THE CONTEMPORARY MARKET
Michael P. Malloy  25

ADVANCING THE CRA—USING THE CRA'S STRATEGIC PLAN OPTION TO PROMOTE COMMUNITY INCLUSION: THE CRA AND COMMUNITY INCLUSION
Cassandra Jones Havard  37

DEVELOPMENT LENDING AND THE COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT ACT
Keith N. Hylton  59

WHERE TO GO AFTER KELO? BACK TO THE FUTURE!
Harry P. Carroll  75

THE IMPORTANCE OF EMINENT DOMAIN IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
Eddie A. Perez  109

EMINENT DOMAIN: IN THE AFTERMATH OF KELO V. NEW LONDON, A RESURRECTION IN NORWOOD: ONE PUBLIC INTEREST ATTORNEY'S VIEW
Patricia H. Lee  121

KEYNOTE
Richard Walker III  141

THE IMPACT OF PROFESSIONAL SPORTS ON THE LOCAL ECONOMY
Dr. Sharianne Walker & Dr. Michael Enz  149

"THE MERCEDES DIVIDE?"—AMERICAN SEGREGATION SHAPES THE COLOR OF ELECTRONIC COMMERCE
Leonard M. Baynes  165

NOTES

TRADEMARK LAW—THE EXTRATERRITORIAL APPLICATION OF THE LANHAM ACT: THE FIRST CIRCUIT CUTS THE FAT FROM THE VANITY FAIR TEST
Brendan J. Witherell  193

SECTION 1103 OF THE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT: SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION v. GEMSTAR-TV GUIDE INTERNATIONAL, INC., AND THE NINTH CIRCUIT'S INTERPRETATION OF "EXTRAORDINARY PAYMENTS"
Christine J. Unger  231

ISSUE 2:

Cite as 29 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (2007).

Symposium:  The Politics of Health Law
ARTICLES

FOREWORD:  THE POLITICS OF HEALTH LAW:  ANY TIPPING POINTS IN VIEW?
Frances H. Miller  265

COLLATERAL DAMAGE:  THE AFTERMATH OF THE POLITICAL CULTURE WARS IN SCHIAVO
Kathy L. Cerminara  279

PALLIATIVE CARE IN THE U.S. HEALTHCARE SYSTEM:  CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT OR CRIMINAL ACT?
Stephen Arons  309

MY SISTER'S KEEPER?:  LAW, CHILDREN, AND COMPELLED DONATION
Michele Goodwin  357 

ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE AND POLITICAL IDEOLOGY:  WOULDN'T YOU REALLY RATHER HAVE A PONY?
Barry R. Furrow  405

UNDER-REGULATED HEALTH CARE PHENOMENA IN A FLAT WORLD: MEDICAL TOURISM AND OUTSOURCING
Nicolas P. Terry  421

THE HEALTH CARE CHOICE ACT:  THE INDIVIDUAL INSURANCE MARKET AND THE POLITICS OF "CHOICE"
Elizabeth A. Pendo  473

NOTES

THE BLACK LUNG BENEFITS ACT—SIXTEEN TONS, WHAT DO YOU GET?:  HOW DO YOU DETERMINE A MINER HAS HAD A MATERIAL CHANGE IN CONDITION TO ALLOW A SUBSEQUENT CLAIM FOR BENEFITS?
Jeffrey R. Lindequist  497

HEALTH LAW—PRIVACY IN MEDICAL RESEARCH:  A BOTCHED EXPERIMENT
Matthew B. Drexler  535

UNIFORM ACTS—CAN THE DEAD HAND CONTROL THE DEAD BODY? THE CASE FOR A UNIFORM BODILY REMAINS LAW
Tracie M. Kester  571

ISSUE 3:

Cite as 29 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (2007).

ARTICLES

BEYOND THE CLASH OF DISPARITIES:  COCAINE SENTENCING AFTER BOOKER
Jacob Loshin  619

THE CASE FOR AMERICAN HISTORY IN THE LAW SCHOOL CURRICULUM
Harold P. Southerland  661

HOLISTIC LEARNING: AMENDING THE ROWLEY TEST TO CLARIFY THE INCLUSION DEBATE
Allan Kickertz  733

NOTES

EXPRESSIVE ASSOCIATION—STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS' RIGHT TO DISCRIMINATE: A LOOK AT PUBLIC LAW SCHOOLS' NONDISCRIMINATION POLICIES AND THEIR APPLICATION TO CHRISTIAN LEGAL SOCIETY STUDENT CHAPTERS
Christian A. Malanga  757

CRIMINAL LAW—THE MEANING OF VIOLENCE:  AN INTERPRETIVE ANALYSIS ON WHETHER A PRIOR CONVICTION FOR CARRYING A CONCEALED WEAPON IS A "CRIME OF VIOLENCE" UNDER THE UNITED STATES SENTENCING GUIDELINES
Neal Eriksen  801

MUNICIPAL LAW—HOW BROAD A REMEDY?  MUNICIPAL LIABILITY AND THE MASSACHUSETTS CIVIL RIGHTS ACT
Margaret R. Solis  841

COPYRIGHT LAW—LIBRARIANS WHO TEACH:  EXPANDING THE DISTANCE EDUCATION RIGHTS OF LIBRARIES BY APPLYING THE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND COPYRIGHT HARMONIZATION ACT OF 2002
Kate Irwin  875

REMEDIES—THE APPEARANCE OF ACCESS:  DEAF DEFENDANTS AND THE MASSACHUSETTS JUDICIARY—JUSTICE?
Cat B. Dvar  915