Volume 25, Issue 2 (1994)
Table of Contents
Broker-Dealer Supervision: A Troublesome Area
Lewis D. Lowenfels and Alan R. Bromberg
David Meets Goliath: Consumers Unite Against Big Business
Leon E. Trakman
Securities Law - Implied Rights of Action - Private Plaintiffs May Not Bring Aiding and Abetting Suits Under § 10(B) of the 1934 Securities Exchange Act - Central Bank v. First Interstate Bank, 114 S. Ct. 1439 (1994).
Michael S. Rubin
Title VII - Burden of Proof - Employee Has Ultimate Burden of Proof in a Title VII Case to Show Discriminatory Intent Even If Employer's Reasons for Dismissal Are Pretextual - St. Mary's Honor Center v. Hicks, 113 S. Ct. 2742 (1993).
Susan J. Schleck
Constitutional Law - Standing - A Contractors' Association Satisfies the Standing Requirement by Showing That It Is Ready and Able to Bid on City Contracts, But Cannot Do So on an Equal Basis Because of a Government Minority Set-Aside Program - Associated General Contractors of America v. City of Jacksonville, 113 S. Ct. 2297 (1993).
Constitutional Law - Fourteenth Amendment - Equal Protection Clause Prohibits Litigants from Exercising Peremptory Challenges on the Basis of Gender - J.E.B. v. Alabama ex rel T.B., 114 S. Ct. 1419 (1994).
Stacy A. Dowling
Torts - Emotional Distress - Differing Burdens of Proof, Based on the Sex of the Parent, Determine When Parents May Recover for Emotional Distress Suffered from Medical Malpractice Which Causes the Premature Birth and Subsequent Death of Their Child - Carey v. Lovett, 132 N.J. 44, 622 A.2d 1279 (1993).
Kimberly A. Flynn
A Trial Judge's View of Tort Reform
Dickinson R. Debevoise
Becoming a Lawyer
Edward A. Hartnett