Volume 4, Issue 2 (1973)
Table of Contents
"Second Collision" Liability: The Need for Uniformity
Harvey M. Sklaw
The Patent Practitioner Attains Majority: An Examination of the Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Rule as They Pertain to the Patent Attorney and Agent
Arnold D. Litt, Terrance A. Turner, and Harold N. Wells
County Tax Equalizaton and the Page 8 Formula: Fairness the Hard Way
William G. Skelly
Antitrust Law - Tie-Ins - Chicken Delight "Per Se" Doctrine Extended to Distributorship Franchise - Warriner Hermetics, Inc. v. Copeland Refrigeration Corp., 463 F.2d 1002 (5th Cir. 1972).
Harry B. Noretsky
Commercial Law - Uniform Commercial Code - Self-Help Repossession Under Section 9-503 Does Not Violate the Fourteenth Amendment - Messenger v. Sandy Motors, Inc., 121 N.J. Super. 1, 295 A.2d 402 (Ch. 1972).
Robert G. Rose
Environmental Law - Wetland Fill-Restrictions Do Not Constitute a Compensable "Taking" Within the Meaning of the Fifth Amendment - Just v. Marinette County, 56 Wis. 2d 7, 201 N.W.2d 761 (1972).
Franchising - Court Restricts Right of Franchisor to Terminate Franchise - A Prelude to the Franchise Practices Act? - Shell Oil Co. v. Marinello, 120 N.J. Super. 357, 294 A.2d 253 (L. Div. 1972).
Thomas J. Spies
Landlord and Tenant - Abatement of Rent Allowed for Breach of the Implied Warranty of Habitability in a Patent Defect Situation - Samuelson v. Quinones, 119 N.J. Super. 338, 291 A.2d 580 (App. Div. 1972).
Sarah E. Noddings
Products Liability - Transfusions - New Jersey Court Applies Theory of Strict Tort Liability to Hospitals and Blood Banks for Transfusion-Related Hepatitis - Brody v. Overlook Hospital, 121 N.J. Super. 299, 296 A.2d 668 (L. Div. 1972).
Martin R. Raskin