Volume 30, Issue 1 (1999)
Table of Contents
Passive Activism and the Limits of Judicial Self-Restraint: Lessons for America from the Italian Constitutional Court
William J. Nardini
Show Me Your Wares: The Use of Sexually Provocative Ads to Attract Clients
Steven A. Delchin and Sean P. Costello
Princeton Insurance Co. v. Chunmuang - Does the Court's Result Signal a Need for Legislative Reform Broadening Malpractice Insurance Coverage for the Benefit of Victims of Physician Sexual Abuse?
Gregory J. Rokosz
Seventh Annual Health Law Symposium Proving Product Defect After the Restatement (Third) of Torts: Products Liability
Introductory Remarks by the Honorable Justice Stewart G. Pollock at Seton Hall University School of Law
Stewart G. Pollock
Prescription Drugs, Alternative Designs, and the Restatement (Third): Preliminary Reflections
Michael D. Green
The Continuing Search for Proper Perspective: Whose Reasonableness Should Be at Issue in a Prescription Product Design Defect Analysis?
Richard L. Cupp Jr.
Manufacturers' Liability for Drugs and Medical Devices Under the Restatement (Third) of Torts: Products Liability
William A. Dreier
Compared to What? Instructing the Jury on Product Defect Under the Products Liability Act and the Restatement (Third) of Torts: Products Liability
George W. Conk
A "Safer Mousetrap": The Evolution of a Model Charge for Alternative Safer Design Cases
William J. Cook
Returning to Its Roots: An Examination of the 1998 Amendments to the Entire Controversy Doctrine
John A. Boyle
The Unreasonable Expectation of Privacy: The "New" New Jersey Supreme Court Reevaluates State Constitutional Protections