Volume 26, Issue 1 (1995)
Table of Contents
Increasing the Useful Information Provided by Experts in the Courtroom: A Comparison of Federal Rules of Evidence 703 and 803(18) with the Evidence Rules in Illinois, Ohio, and New York
Charles J. Walsh and Beth S. Rose
An Originalist's Evaluation of Modern Takings Jurisprudence
Daniel A. Ippolito
Torts - Bystander Liability - Unmarried Cohabitants May Satisfy the "Intimate Familial Relationship" Element of Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress Where They Have a Stable, Enduring, Substantial Relationship with Strong Emotional Bonds and Deep Emotional Security - Dunphy v. Gregor, 136 N.J. 99, 642 A.2d 372 (1994).
Disability Law - Burden of Proof - An Individual Challenging the Capacity of a Developmentally-Disabled Person to Make an Independent Decision Bears the Burden of Proving by Clear and Convincing Evidence That the Disabled Person Has the Scientific Incapacity to Decide - In re M.R., 135 N.J. 155, 638 A.2d 1274 (1994).
Constitutional Law - Sovereign Immunity - A Bistate Entity, Created by the Compact Clause and Financially Independent of Its Founding States, Is Not Entitled to Eleventh Amendment Immunity from Suit in Federal Courts - Hess v. Port Auth. Trans-Hudson Corp., 115 S. Ct. 394 (1994).
Jennifer G. Schecter