Volume 9, Issue 4 (1978)
Table of Contents
The Honorable George H. Barlow 1921-1979
Clarkson S. Fisher
The Scope and Implementation of Retroactive Competitive-Status Seniority Awards Under Title VII
Jonathan F. Myers
The Scope of the National Emergency Labor Injunction Law
Peter R. Shipman
The Accommodation Between Antitrust and Labor Law: The Antitrust Labor Exemption
Richard A. Mann, Brian Powers, and Barry S. Roberts
Total Disability by Application of the Odd-Lot Doctrine
Mary Patricia Magee
Constitutional Law - Contract Clause - State Adjustment of Private Employer's Obligations Under Pension Plan Violates Contract Clause - Allied Structural Steel Co. v. Spannaus, 438 U.S. 234 (1978).
Jeff A. Krompier
Constitutional Law - Procedural Due Process - At-Will Public Employee Entitled to Procedural Due Process Hearing Prior to Termination - Nicoletta v. North Jersey Dist. Water Supply Comm'n, 77 N.J. 145, 390 A.2d 90 (1978).
Edward S. Nagorsky
Constitutional Law - Public Contracts - State Requirement that Only American Manufactured Products Be Used in Public Works Projects Held Valid - K.S.B. Tech. Sales Corp. v. North Jersey Dist. Water Supply Comm'n, 75 N.J. 272, 381 A.2d 774 (1977), appeal dismissed, 435 U.S. 982 (1978).
Robert K. Walsh
Constitutional Law - Speech or Debate Clause - Evidence of Congressman's Legislative Activities Inadmissible at His Bribery Trial; Waiver of Privilege Must Be Express - United States v. Helstoski, 576 F.2d 511 (3d Cir. 1978), cert. granted, 47 U.S.L.W. 3401 (U.S., Dec. 12, 1978).
Products Liability - Strict Liability in Tort - Risk/Utility Analysis to Be Used in Determining Existence of Design Defect; Contributory Negligence Valid Defense to Strict Liability Claim Only Under Narrow "Assumption of Risk" Definition - Cepeda v. Cumberland Engineering Co., 76 N.J. 152, 386 A.2d 816 (1978).
Charles John Xavier Kahwaty
Taxation - Constitutional Law - Application and Rejection of Per Se Unconstitutional Rule as Applied to State Taxation of Interstate Commerce - Complete Auto Transit, Inc. v. Brady, 430 U.S. 274 (1977).
Evalyn B. David