Volume 18, Issue 4 (1988) Symposium: Baby M and Its Aftermath
Table of Contents
Is Surrogacy Against Public Policy? The Answer Is Yes.
Robert D. Arenstein
Adoption, the Termination of Parental Rights and Baby M
James B. Boskey
Can Surrogacy Co-Exist with New Jersey's Adoption Laws?
William M. Laufer
The Next Baby M Case: The Need for a Surrogacy Statute
W. Marshall Prettyman
Tort - Immunity - Private Water Company Held Liable for Negligent Failure to Provide Sufficient Water Pressure for Fighting Fires to Extent Claims Are Underinsured or Uninsured - Weinberg v. Dinger, 106 N.J. 469, 524 A.2d 366 (1987).
Marina C. Perna
Trademark Law: Generic Term - Name of Religion Included Within Church Name Can Be Generic and Not Entitled to Trademark Protection - Christian Science Board of Directors v. Evans, 105 N.J. 297, 520 A.2d 1347 (1987).
Loryn P. Riggiola
Constitutional Law - Search and Seizure - Warrantless Search of Public Employee Work Area for Work-Related Purposes and Seizure of Personal Property Does Not Violate Fourth Amendment - O'Connor v. Ortega, 480 U.S. 709 (1987).
Michael J. Pescatore
Constitutional Law - Fifth Amendment Takings Clause - Monetary Compensation for Temporary Regulatory Taking Is Required for the Period During Which the Regulation Is Effective - First English Evangelical Lutheran Church of Glendale v. County of Los Angeles, 482 U.S. 304 (1987).
Sandra Lange Vieser