Volume 24, Issue 2 (1993)
Table of Contents
Transparency and Indeterminacy in the Liberal Critique of Critical Legal Studies
William A. Edmundson
Teaching Advanced Legal Writing in a Law School Clinic
Angela J. Campbell
Government Accommodation of Religious-Based Conscientious Objection
Ronald B. Flowers
Recent Developments in New Jersey Environmental Insurance Litigation
An Emerging Choice of Law Doctrine in New Jersey Environmental Insurance Coverage Disputes: The New Battlefield After Gilbert Spruance
Edward C. Laird and Ellis I. Medoway
Dungeons and Dragons: The Environmental Insurance Game of the 1990s
Fredi L. Pearlmutter
Morton International: The Fiction of Regulatory Estoppel
Edward Zampino, Richard C. Cavo, and Victor C. Harwood III
Colloquiam: Racial Ceilings and School Choice
Workplace Smoking in New Jersey: Time for a Change
Rebecca R. Smith
Arbitration - Judicial Review of Arbitration Awards - Courts May Review and Vacate an Arbitration Award Where an Arbitrator Commits Gross, Unmistakable, or Not Reasonably Debatable Errors of Law or Where the Arbitrator Manifestly Disregards the Law and the Result Is Unjust - Perini Corp. v. Greate Bay Hotel & Casino, Inc., 129 N.J. 479, 610 A.2d 364 (1992).
Bankruptcy - Chapter 13 'Strip Down' - Section 1322(B)(2) Prohibits a Debtor from Bifurcating a Homestead Mortgagee's Claim Into Secured and Unsecured Portions so as to Reduce the Amount of an Undersecured Mortgage to the Fair Market Value of the Collateral - Nobelman v. American Savings Bank, 113 S. Ct. 2106 (1993).
Paul J. Bento
Bankruptcy - Excusable Neglect - Consideration of Equitable Factors Is Permitted for Late Chapter 11 Proof of Claim Filings Under Bankruptcy Rule 9006(B)(1) to Determine if Filer's Conduct Constituted Excusable Neglect - Pioneer Inv. Servs. v. Brunswick Assocs., 113 S. Ct. 1489 (1993).
Richard P. Tobin
First Amendment - Commercial Speech - First Amendment Prohibits Laws That Favor Newsracks Containing Non-Commercial Publications Over Dispensing Devices Containing Commercial Publications - City of Cincinnati v. Discovery Network, Inc., 113 S. Ct. 1505 (1993).
Scott S. Servilla
Taxation - Depreciation - Taxpayer Who Can Show That an Intangible Asset Has a Limited Useful Life and Is Capable of Being Valued May Deduct Depreciation in Determining Federal Taxable Income Regardless of the Relationship of the Asset to Goodwill - Newark Morning Ledger Co. v. United States, 113 S. Ct. 1670 (1993).
Steven E. Coleman
Lawyer-Bashing for Fun and Profit: The Collected Works of John Grisham (reviewing John Grisham, The Client (1993), The Pelican Brief (1992), The Firm (1991), A Time to Kill (1989))
Donald G. Colester Jr.