wnecmain Western New England Law Review:Law Review - Table of Contents vol. 6

 

 

 

 

Vol. 6

1983-1984

 

 

 

 

ISSUE 1:

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ARTICLES

JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE INTERPRETATIONS OF STATUTES
Claude T. Coffman  1

DEFERENCE TO ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES IN FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH, AND SAFETY LITIGATION—THOUGHTS ON VARYING JUDICIAL APPLICATION OF THE RULE
Donald W. Stever, Jr.  35

COMMENT

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST IN REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: DUAL REPRENSENTATION—LAWYERS STRETCHING THE RULES 
Gail S. Shaulys  73

NOTES 

MORTGAGES—DUE-ON-SALE CLAUSES ENFORCEABLE IN ALL MORTGAGES: FEDERAL PREEMPTION.  GARN-ST. GERMAIN DEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS ACT OF 1982, PUB. L. NO. 97-320, SECTIONS 101-807, SECTION 341, 96 STAT. 1469, 1505 (1982)
Patrick G. Alair  127 

CRIMINAL LAW—JUDICIAL RESENTENCING OF OFFENDERS AFTER SERVICE HAS COMMENCED—State v. Hunter, 447 A.2d 797 (Maine 1982)
Darlene E. Gerry  147

TORT AND PROPERTY LAW—THE MASSACHUSETTS SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT SOUNDS THE DEATH KNELL FOR SECTION 14—Simon v. Solomon, 385 Mass 91, 431 N.E.2d 556 (1982)
Melinda Wilkins Hunkins  169

CIVIL RIGHTS ACT—BYPASSING THE HEART OF Newport v. Fact Concerts, Inc., 453 U.S. 247 (1981)—OBTAINING PUNITIVE DAMAGES FROM MUNICIPALITIES FOR CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
Marcia E. Prussel  193

COPYRIGHT LAW—VIDEOTAPING LIVE TELEVISION NEWS BROADCASTS FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES—WXIA-TV v. Duncan, 8 Media L. Rep. (BNA) 2075 (N.D.Ga. June 28, 1982)
Joan C. Steiger  225

Recent Decisions

Holmes v. Preferred Properties, Inc., 190 Conn. 808, 462 A.2d 1057 (1983)
Michael Auger  245

Commonwealth v. Kater, 388 Mass. 519, 447 N.E.2d  1190 (1983)
Patricia J. Nowak  253

Commonwealth v. Schulze, 389 Mass. 735, 452 N.E.2d 216 (1983)
Robin L. Oaks  259

ISSUE 2:

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ARTICLES

UNEQUAL JUSTICE UNDER LAW: AN ANALYSIS OF INDIGENTS IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM—THE INDIANA EXPERIENCE
Ivan E. Bodensteiner, Jeffrey S. Bork, and Seymour H. Moskowitz  263

PROBABLE CAUSE REVISTED: SOME DISTURBING IMPLICATIONS EMANATING FROM Illinois v. Gates
Edward G. Mascolo  331

COMMENT

LEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENTS: MEDICARE AND HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS' ANTI-UNIONIZATION COSTS—TO REIMBURSE OR NOT TO REIMBURSE—SECTION 107 OF TEFRA
Burt Cohen  415

NOTES

FAMILY LAW—In re Department of Public Welfare, 1981 Mass. Adv. Sh. 1157, 421 N.E. 2d 28
Nancy B. Alisberg  447

LEGISLATION—IMPLIED CONSENT LEGISLATION IN DRUNK DRIVING CASES: THE CASE FOR REPEAL—People v. Moselle, People v. Daniel, People v. Wolter, 57 N.Y.2d 97, 439 N.E.2d 1235, 454 N.Y.S.2d 292 (1982)
Donna J. Arnold  465

TORT LAW—THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM'S WRONGFUL CONCEPTION OF "WRONGFUL LIFE"—Turpin v. Sortini, 31 Cal.3d 220, 643 P.2d 954, 182 Cal. Rptr. 337 (1982)  
Dawn E. Currier  493

CIVIL LAW—SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS—PARENT AND CHILD LIABILITY: IS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT VIOLATED?—Spence v. Gormley, 387 Mass. 258, 439 N.E.2d 741 (1982)
Ina A. Forman  511

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—THE "ABORTED" EVOLUTION OF FETAL RIGHTS AFTER Roe v. Wade—Douglas v. Town of Hartford, 542 F. Supp. 1267 (D. Conn. 1982)
Nancy Jo Linck  535

ELECTION LAW—DRAFT COMMITTEES: A LOOPHOLE IN THE FEDERAL ELECTION LAWS—Federal Election Commission v. Florida for Kennedy Committee, 681 F.2d 1281 (11th Cir. 1982)
Kenneth R. Plumb  555
 

ISSUE 3:

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FOREWORD: "THIS YEAR'S REFORM IS NEXT YEAR'S NEED FOR REFORM"
Nahum Litt  587

ARTICLES 

CONTEXTS AND CONTENTS OF "FOR GOOD CAUSE" AS CRITERION FOR REMOVAL OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES: LEGAL AND POLICY FACTORS
Victor G. Rosenblum  593

THE CENTRAL PANEL SYSTEM AND THE DECISIONMAKING INDEPENDENCE OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES: LESSONS FOR A PROPOSED FEDERAL PROGRAM 
Malcom C. Rich  643

THE 1981 MODEL STATE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT: THE IMPACT ON CENTRAL PANEL STATES
Duane R. Harves  661

ESTABLISHING FEDERAL ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES AS AN INDEPENDENT CORPS: THE HEFLIN BILL
Victor W. Palmer and Edwin S. Bernstein  673

A UNIFIED CORPS OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES—THE TRANSITION FROM A CONCEPT TO AN EVENTUAL REALITY
Michel Levant  705

A UNIFIED CORPS OF FEDERAL ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES IS NOT NEEDED
Norman Zankel  723

AN EXAMINATION OF THE PROPOSED "CLOSED RECORD" ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE HEARING IN THE SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY PROGRAM
Frank R. Lindh  745

THE ROLE OF THE ARTICLE I "TRIAL JUDGE"
Edward F. Lussier  775

HOW NECESSARY IS THE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE?
Gerald Harwood  793

DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS AGAINST FEDERAL ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES
James P. Timony  807

BOOK REVIEW

MASHAW, BUREAUCRATIC JUSTICE: MANAGING SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY CLAIMS
Richard I. Greenberg  829

NOTES

ETHICS—A PROPOSAL FOR JUDICIAL CONDEMNATION OF ATTORNEY-CLIENT LIFE STORY FEE AGREEMENTS—Maxwell v. Superior Court, 30 Cal.3d 606, 180 Cal. Rptr. 177, 639 P.2d 248 (1982)
Laura L. Higgins  851

ANTITRUST LAW—SIGNAL-PENETRATION OR STATION-LOCATION: THE SCOPE OF THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE'S TELEVISION BLACKOUT ANTITRUST EXEMPTION—WTWV v. National Football League, 678 F.2d 142 (11th Cir. 1982)
Ronald L. Waldman  877

TORT LAW—TELEVIOLENCE: SHOULD BROADCASTERS BE LIABLE? DeFilippo v. National Broadcasting Co., __R.I. __, 446 A.2d 1036 (1982)
Laura Fredricks  897

ISSUE 4:

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ARTICLE

REGULATING THE QUALITY OF EVIDENCE IN CRIMINAL TRIALS: A COMMENTARY ON MASSACHUSETTS RULE 25
John M. Thompson  917

NOTES

TORT LAW—EMOTIONAL DISTRESS AND WRONGFUL LIFE CLAIMS IN DES LITIGATION: INJURY WITHOUT REMEDY—Payton v. Abbott Laboratories, 386 Mass. 540, 437 N.E.2d 171 (1982)
Nancy E. Laffey  1037

TORT LAW—MUNICIPAL LIABILITY FOR POLICE HANDLING OF INTOXICATED DRIVERS—Shore v. Town of Stonington, 187 Conn. 147, 444 A.2d 1380 (1982)
Ronald Piombino  1059

CRIMINAL LAW—THE UNCERTAIN STATUS OF THE FELONY-MURDER RULE IN MASSACHUSETTS AFTER Commonwealth v. Matchett, 386 Mass. 492, 436 N.E.2d 400 (1982)
Michael G. Rikard  1081

EVIDENCE—THE SOCIAL WORKER-CLIENT PRIVILEGE—Commonwealth v. Collett, 387 Mass. 424, 439 N.E.2d 1223 (1982)
Susan Starobin  1103

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BENEFITS AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT: PERPETUATING THE TENSION? Thomas v. Review Board, 450 U.S. 707 (1981)
Mark D. Vasington  1131