Volume 16, Issue 3 (1986) Numbers 3 & 4
Table of Contents
Jurisprudence and Prudential Justice
Alan B. Handler
State Constitutional Doctrine and the Criminal Process
Eugene L. Shapiro
The First English Adoption Law and Its American Precursors
Multistate Practice and Conflicting Ethical Obligations
Duncan T. O'Brien
The Expanding Scope of Products Liability: New Jersey Extends a Manufacturer's Responsibility to Include Injuries Caused After a Substantial Alteration of Its Product
James R. Icklan
Evidence - Expert Witnesses - Physician May Qualify as an Expert in Malpractice Action Against Chiropractor - Rosenberg v. Cahill, 99 N.J. 318, 492 A.2d 371 (1985).
Marjorie O. Smith
Constitutional Law - Search and Seizure - "Reasonable Suspicion" Test Provides Constitutional Standard for Detaining Suspected Alimentary Canal Smugglers - United States v. Montoya de Hernandez, 105 S. Ct. 3304 (1985).
Peter P. Feeley
First Amendment - Defamation - Private Individual May Recover Presumed and Punitive Damages Without a Showing of Actual Malice - Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. v. Greenmoss Builders, Inc., 105 S. Ct. 2939 (1985).
David B. Katz
Securities Regulation - Sale-of-Business Doctrine Does Not Exempt Sale of 100% of Corporate Stock from Provisions of Federal Securities Acts - Landreth Timber Co. v. Landreth, 105 S. Ct. 2297 (1985); Gould v. Ruefenacht, 105 S. Ct. 2308 (1985).
Civil Rights - Statute of Limitations - State Limitation Period for Personal Injury Actions Applies to All Section 1983 Claims - Wilson v. Garcia, 105 S. Ct. 1938 (1985).
Stephen W. Bialkowski
Jury Selection - Exclusion of Potential Jurors in Capital Sentencing Cases No Longer Requires That Venire Members Express Their Views About the Death Penalty with Unmistakable Clarity - Wainwright v. Witt, 105 S. Ct. 844 (1985).
James F. Gizzi
Thomas P. Ruane
David L. Gregory