wnecmain Western New England Law Review:Law Review - Table of Contents Vol. 7

 

 

 

 

Vol. 7
1984-1985

 

 

 

ISSUE 1:

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ARTICLES

DUE PROCESS, FUNDAMENTAL FAIRNESS, AND CONDUCT THAT SHOCKS THE CONSCIENCE: THE RIGHT NOT TO BE ENTICED OR INDUCED TO CRIME BY GOVERNMENT AND ITS AGENTS
Edward G. Mascolo  1

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MARITIME/CRIMINAL LAW—THE MARITIME EXCEPTION TO THE FOURTH AMENDMENT REQUIREMENT FOR A WARRANT AND PROBABLE CAUSE—United States v. Vilamonte-Marquez, 103 S.Ct. 2573 (1983)
Michael J. Devine  55

TAX LAW—THE TAXATION OF DAMAGES RECEIVED IN AN ACTION FOR DEFAMATION: DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN INJURY TO PROFESSIONAL REPUTATION AND INJURY TO PERSONAL REPUTATION—Roemer v. Commissioner, 716 F.2d 693 (9th Cir. 1983) 
Irve J. Goldman  79

CONFLICT OF LAWS—TORT CHOICE OF LAW PRINCIPLES APPLIED TO A BREACH OF WARRANTY CLAIM IN Cohen v. McDonnell Douglas Corp., 389 Mass. 327, 450 N.E.2d 581 (1983)
Kirby G. Huget  95

SECURITIES REGULATION—THE DUTY TO DISCLOSE UNDER THE SECURTIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION'S SECTION 10(b) AND RULE 10b-5—Moss v. Morgan Stanley, Inc. 719 F.2d 5 (2d Cir. 1983)
Susan J. Lacy  111

MEDICAL LAW—THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ANTIPSYCHOTIC DRUG TREATMENT: SUBSTANTIVE RIGHTS AND PROCEDURAL GUIDELINES IN MASSACHUSETTS—Rogers v. Commissioner of the Mental Health Department, 390 Mass. 489, 458 N.E.2d 308 (1983)
Katherine E. Perrelli  125
 

ISSUE 2:

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ARTICLES

AN ANALYSIS OF THE "NO-STRIKE CLAUSE" IN CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS
Richard D. O'Connor and Frederick L. Dorsey  147

PRELIMINARY INJUNCTIONS: THE VARYING STANDARDS
Arthur D. Wolf  173

NOTES

TORT LAW—MUNICIPAL LIABILITY FOR NEGLIGENT ENFORCEMENT OF DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED STATUTES: MASSACHUSETTS LEADS THE WAY IN Irwin v. Town of Ware, 392 Mass. 745, 467 N.E.2d (1984) 
Marc Elliott  239

TAX LAW—FUNDAMENTAL INCONSISTENCY: THE TAX BENEFIT RULE—Hillsboro National Bank v. Commissioner, 103 S.Ct. 1134 (1983)
Martin J. Jennings, Jr.  265

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—JURISDICTION, CLASS ACTION, INJUNCTIVE RELIEF, AND NONACQUIESCENCE—Lopez v. Heckler, 104 S.Ct. 221 (1984)  
Robert Meeropol  277

RECENT DECISIONS

Commonwealth v. Cass, 392 Mass. 799, 467 N.E.2d 1324 (1984)
Peter G. Carroll  309

In re Jadd, 391 Mass. 227, 461 N.E.2d 760 (1984)
Bruce Cheriff  319

Commonwealth v. Maguire, 392 Mass. 466, 467 N.E.2d 112 (1984)
Kevin C. McGee  327

Bratt v. International Buisness Machines, 392 Mass. 508, 467 N.E.2d 126 (1984)
Howard A. Nunes  337

Pellegrino v. O'Neill, 193 Conn. 670, 480 A.2d 476 (1984)
Walter E. Paulekas  347

Commonwealth v. Walker, 392 Mass. 152, 466 N.E.2d 71 (1984)
David W. Schoolcraft  357

Kelly's Case, 17 Mass. App. Ct. 727, 462 N.E.2d 348 (1984)
Eileen Sorrentino  365

Commonwealth v. Neal, 392 Mass. 1, 464 N.E.2d 1356 (1984)
Nancy L. Winkelman  377

RECENT STATUTE

PRISON OVERCROWDING: THE CONNECTICUT RESPONSE
Raymond J. Reed  389

ISSUE 3:

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ARTICLES 

THE CHALLENGE OF COMPUTER LAW
Robert P. Bigelow  397

SOFTWARE PROTECTION: THE 1985 PERSPECTIVE 
David Bender  405

SECTION 117 OF THE COPYRIGHT ACT: CHARTER OF THE SOFTWARE USERS' RIGHTS OR AN ILLUSORY PROMISE?
Richard H. Stern  459

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS AND CONSULTING ARRANGEMENTS:  A STRUCTURE FOR ENFORCEABILITY AND PRACTICALITY
Mark L. Gordon and Steven B. Starr  487

PERFORMANCE CLAIMS IN THE SALE OF COMPUTERS
Edward C. Saltzberg and Brian E. Heffernan  529

LEGAL ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONIC BULLETIN BOARD ACTIVITIES
John T. Soma, Paula J. Smith, and Robert D. Sprague  571

COMPUTER CRIME UPDATE: THE VIEW AS WE EXIT 1984
Jay BloomBecker  627

FINANCIAL AND TAX ACCOUNTING FOR COMPUTER SOFTWARE
Robert W. McGee  651

SOFTWARE ACCOUNTING POLICY: DOES IT MATTER?
Robert W. McGee  705

PERSONAL PRIVACY AND THE "1984" SYNDROME
Toby Solomon  753

BOOK REVIEWS

IRVING J. SLOAN: THE COMPUTER AND THE LAW
Valerie Alexander  791

RICHARD RAYSMAN AND PETER BROWN: COMPUTER LAW: DRAFTING AND NEGOTIATING FORMS AND AGREEMENTS
Dennis Caraher  801

NOTES

CRIMINAL LAW—CONNECTICUT ADOPTS COMPREHENSIVE COMPUTER CRIME LEGISLATION: PUBLIC ACT 84-2061 
William S. Allred  807

CRIMINAL LAW—THEFT OF USE OF COMPUTER SERVICES —State v. McGraw, __  Ind. App. __, 459 N.E.2d 61 (1984)
Ann C. Hansen  823

COPYRIGHT LAW—THE EXTENSION OF COPYRIGHT PROTECTION TO COMPUTER OPERATING PROGRAMS—Apple Computer v. Franklin Computer, Copyright L. Rep. (CCH) 25565, 18337, 18345, 219 U.S.P.Q. (BNA) 113, 119 (3d Cir. August 30, 1983)
Richard G. Weber  829

INDEX

INDEX  847

ISSUE 4:

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ARTICLES

FEAR OF FUTURE DISABILITY—AN ELEMENT OF DAMAGES IN A PERSONAL INJURY ACTION
Dale P. Faulkner and Kerin M. Woods  865

COMMENTS

SPOUSAL DISINHERITANCE: THE NEW YORK SOLUTION--A CRITIQUE OF FORCED SHARE LEGISLATION
Marie Falsey  881

SUCCESSOR CORPORATE LIABILITY FOR IMPROPER DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
John C. Solomon  909

NOTES

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—ELECTRIC UTILITY RATE REGULATION: REGULATING THE SHOCK: ABANDONMENT OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANT CONSTRUCTION—Attorney General v. Department of Public Utilities, 390 Mass. 208, 455 N.E.2d 414 (1983)
Christine G. Brown  923

MUNICIPAL FINANCE—CORPORATE SECURITIES: THE EYE OF A STORM—Chemical Bank v. Washington Public Power Supply System, 99 Wash. 2d 772, 666 P.2d 329 (1983)
John J. Ferriter  949

LAND USE LAW—PROPERTY RIGHTS: LOST AND FOUND: EMINENT DOMAIN v. POLICE POWER—Annicelli v. Town of South Kingstown, __ R.I. __ 463 A.2d 133 (1983)
Pauline W. Kozuch  963

MEDICAL LAW—UNMEDICATED DEFENDANTS: THE TWO-PRONGED DILEMMA—Commonwealth v. Louraine, 390 Mass. 28, 453 N.E.2d 437 (1983)
Robin L. Oaks  995