Volume 22, Issue 3 (1992)
Table of Contents
Employment "By the Book" in New Jersey: Woolley and Its Progeny
Kevin C. Donovan and David J. Reilly
A Plaintiff's Guide to Reaching Tobacco Manufacturers: How to Get the Cigarette Industry Off Its Butt
Lee Gordon and Carol Anne Granoff
Constitutional Law - First Amendment - State's Prohibition Against Nude Dancing Is Constitutional Because Its Interest in Preserving Societal Order and Morals Is Both Sufficiently Substantial and Content Neutral - Barnes v. Glen Theatre, Inc., 111 S. Ct. 2456 (1991)(plurality).
Carmen J. DiMaria
Criminal Procedure - Death Penalty - A Convicted Criminal Must Be Adequately Notified That the Death Penalty May Be Imposed as a Sentence - Lankford v. Idaho, 111 S. Ct. 1723 (1991).
Christopher M. Wilson
AIDS - Confidentiality - Individuals Infected with Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) Through Blood Transfusions May Obtain Limited Disclosure of Donor's Indentity During Pretrial Discovery - Snyder v. Mekhjian, 125 N.J. 328, 593 A.2d 318 (1991).
Lincoln A. Terzian
Civil Procedure - Res Judicata - New Jersey Supreme Court, Over Strong Dissent, Holds That Federal Court Dismissal Based on Defendant's Lack of Capacity Is Decision on Merits and Cannot be Relitigated in State Court - Velasquez v. Franz, 123 N.J. 498, 589 A.2d 143 (1991).
Donna L. Salerno