Volume 25, Issue 1 (1994)
Table of Contents
"Confederate Bonds," "General Custer," and the Regulation of Derivative Financial Instruments
Jerry W. Markham
An Overview of Insurance Bad Faith Law and Litigation
Douglas R. Richmond
New Jersey Commercial Loan Opinion Letters: The Remedies Opinion, Asset-Based Secured Transactions Opinions & Related Exceptions, Qualifications & Assumptions
Kurt E. Anderson
Securities Broker Malpractice and Its Avoidance
Franklin D. Ormsten, Norman B. Arnoff, and Gregg R. Evangelist
The Ethical Consumer: A Rejecter of Positve Law Arbitrage
Bruce D. Fisher
Justice Ginsburg and the Injury in Fact Element of Standing
Eric I. Abraham
Constitutional Law - Eighth Amendment - Involuntary Exposure to Second-Hand Smoke in Prison Supports a Valid Cruel and Unusual Punishment Claim if the Risk to One's Health Is Unreasonable and Prison Officials Are Indifferent to That Risk - Helling v. McKinney, 113 S. Ct. 2475 (1993).
Lana H. Schwartzman
Criminal Procedure - Confessions - Waiver of Privilege Against Self-Incrimination Held Invalid Due to Police Failure to Inform Suspect of Attorney's Attempt to Contact Him - State v. Reed, 133 N.J. 237, 627 A.2d 630 (1993).
W. Brian Stack
Forfeiture - Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act - Relation Back Does Not Preclude Innocent Donees from Obtaining Valid Interests in Drug Proceeds - United States v. 92 Buena Vista Ave., 113 S. Ct. 1126 (1993).
Michael P. Martirano
Copyright - Computer Software Copyright Infringement - Three-Step Test for Substantial Similarity, Involving Abstraction, Filtration, and Comparison, Should Be Applied in Determining Whether Computer Software Copyright Has Been Infringed - Computer Assocs. Int'l, Inc. v. Altai, Inc., 982 F.2d 693 (2d Cir. 1992)
Tsu-Man Peter Tu
Back to the Future: Reclaiming Our Noble Profession (reviewing Sol M. Linowitz and Martin Mayer, The Betrayed Profession: Lawyering at the End of the Twentieth Century (1994))
Paula A. Franzese