Volume 29, Issue 2 (1998)
Table of Contents
Brave New "Post-Daubert World" - A Reply to Professor Moenssens
D. Michael Risinger, Mark P. Denbeaux, and Michael J. Saks
Certification Granted: The Practical and Jurisprudential Reasons Why New Jersey Should Adopt a Certification Procedure
William G. Bassler and Michael Potenza
Ambiguous Invocations of the Right to Remain Silent: A Post-Davis Analysis and Proposal
Wayne D. Holly
Truth: The Lost Virtue in Title VII Litigation
FINS, PINS, CHIPS, & CHINS: A Reasoned Approach to the Problem of Drug Use During Pregnancy
C. Antoinette Clarke
Sixth Annual Health Law Symposium Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices: International Harmonization and Mutual Recognition Agreements
Mutual Recognition Agreements and Harmonization
The Importance and Challenges of "Mutual Recognition"
Richard A. Merrill
Campbell v. Louisiana - Has the Supreme Court Expanded the Doctrine of Third-Party Standing Too Far?
Same-Sex Sexual Harassment Is Actionable Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Is This the End of Horseplay as We Know It?
John Davidson Miller III
When a Majority Loses on the Merits: Miller v. Albright and the Problem of Splintered Judgments
Richard G. Wood