wnecmain Western New England Law Review:Law Review - Table of Contents Vol. 9

 

 

 

 

Vol. 9

1987

 

 

 

 

ISSUE 1:

Cite as 9 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. ___ (1987).

FOREWORD: INTRODUCTION TO "THE SILENT WORLD OF DOCTOR AND PATIENT"
Alexander M. Capron  1

ARTICLES

AGAMEMNON'S FATE AND THE MEDICAL PROFESSION
Thomas P. Duffy  21

ON KNOWING ONE'S CHAINS AND DECKING THEM WITH FLOWERS: LIMITS ON PATIENT AUTONOMY IN "THE SILENT WORLD OF DOCTOR AND PATIENT"
Charles H. Baron  31

CAN WE TALK?  A REVIEW OF JAY KATZ, THE SILENT WORLD OF DOCTOR AND PATIENT
Arthur Caplan  43

SELF-DETERMINATION AND MORAL RESPONSIBILITY
Arthur J. Dyck  53

INFORMED CONSENT IN OBSTETRICS: SOME SPECIAL PROBLEMS
Nancy K. Rhoden  67

DEATH AND THE MAGIC MACHINE: INFORMED CONSENT TO THE ARTIFICIAL HEART 
George J. Annas  89

SEQUENTIAL DOMINATION, AUTONOMY AND LIVING WILLS
Sandra H. Johnson  113

LAWYERS AND PROFESSIONAL AUTONOMY: REFLECTIONS ON CORPORATE LAWYERING AND THE DOCTRINE OF INFORMED CONSENT
Mark Spiegel  139

MEDICAL DECISIONMAKING FOR INCOMPETENT PERSONS: THE MASSACHUSETTS SUBSTITUTED JUDGMENT MODEL
Sean M. Dunphy and John H. Cross  153

INFORMED CONSENT FOR THE MAN ON THE CLAPHAM OMNIBUS: AN ENGLISH CURE FOR "THE AMERICAN DISEASE"?
Frances H. Miller  169

SCOTT v. BRADFORD, 606 P.2d 554 (Okla. 1979)
191

MANY SILENT WORLDS
Martha Minow  197

EPILOGUE: PHYSICIAN-PATIENT ENCOUNTERS "ON A DARKLING PLAIN"
Jay Katz  207

ISSUE 2:

Cite as 9 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. ___ (1987).

NOTES

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—DECISIONMAKER BIAS AND THE PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS RIGHTS OF WITHDRAWING EMPLOYERS UNDER THE MPPAA
Craig A. Raabe  227

TAX LAW—THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE: INTERPRETING THE "HASKELL AMENDMENT" TO 26 U.S.C. SECTION 6103—DEFINING "RETURN INFORMATION"
Elena M. Gervino  269

LABOR LAW—THE ST. FRANCIS II DISPARITY OF INTERESTS TEST—IS IT NECESSARY?
William F. Donahue  303

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—DEFINING THE CIA'S "INTELLIGENCE SOURCES" AS AN EXEMPTION TO THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT— CIA v. Sims, 471 U.S. 159 (1985)
Jeffrey R. Godley  333

TORT LAW—FORECASTS FOR DISCRETION: AN ANALYSIS OF THE BROWN AND EKLOF DECISIONS—Brown v. United States, 790 F.2d 199 (1st Cir. 1986), cert. denied, 107 S. Ct. 938 (1987); Eklof Marine Corp. v. United States, 762 F.2d 200 (2d Cir. 1985)
Martin D. Auffredou  361

TORT LAW—THE LOCALITY RULE IN LEGAL MALPRACTICE LITIGATION: AN INAPPROPRIATE METHOD OF DEFINING THE REQUIRED STANDARD OF CARE—Ruso v. Griffin, 147 Vt. 20, 510 A.2d 436 (1986)
John R. Skelton  395