Volume 22, Issue 3 (1992)
Table of Contents
In Memory of Daniel J. Moore 1929-1992
Stephen A. Stripp
A Tribute to Judge Daniel J. Moore
Frank J. Vecchione
Bernard M. Shanley: A Rememberance
Thomas F. Campion
Harold H. Fisher, a Brief Reminiscence
Richard A. Levao
Self-Interest and Concern for Others in the Owner-Managed Firm: A Suggested Approach to Dissolution and Fiduciary Obligation in Close Corporations
Terry A. O'Neill
John Locke, Robert Bork, Natural Rights and the Interpretation of the Constitution
Bruce N. Morton
Justice Brennan and the Problem of Obscenity
Rodney A. Grunes
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
Recommendation 7 of the ABA Commission on Evaluation of Disciplinary Enforcement: The Classic Lawyer v. Client Confrontation
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
Thomas E. Moseley