Volume 7, Issue 1 (1975)
Table of Contents
Criminal Law - Conspiracy and Assault - It Is Unnecessary to Prove Scienter to Support a Conviction for Assault or Conspiracy to Assault a Federal Officer - United States v. Feola, 95 S. Ct. 1255 (1975).
John R. Piepenbrinck
Debtor and Creditor - Due Process - Self-Help Repossession Does Not Constitute State Action for Purposes of the Fourteenth Amendment, It Is Not Per Se Unconscionable, Nor Does It Violate the New Jersey Constitution - King v. South Jersey National Bank, 66 N.J. 161, 330 A.2d 1 (1974).
Edward J. Frisch
Fair Housing - Private Landlord May Exclude Potential Tenants on the Basis of Economic Criteria Which Have Racially Discriminatory Effect - Boyd v. Lefrak Organization, 509 F.2d 1110 (2d Cir. 1975).
Ann Graf McCornick
Products Liability - When Circumstantial Proof Can Support an Inference That a Defect Existed in a Manufacturer's Hands: A New Jersey Dilemma - Moraca v. Ford Motor Co., 66 N.J. 454, 332 A.2d 599 (1975).
Richard P. Maggi
Torts - New Jersey Court Places Burden of Proof on Defendants to Establish Nonculpability Where Unconscious Patient Suffers Injury Not Reasonably Foreseeable and Unrelated to the Scope of Treatment - Anderson v. Somberg, 67 N.J. 291, 338 A.2d. 1 (1975).
Joseph A. Carabillo