Volume 7, Issue 1 (1997)
Table of Contents
The NCAA Celebration Rule: A First Amendment Analysis
Jeffrey C. True
Torts - Tortious Interference with Contract-Plaintiffs Must Prove "Improper Conduct" by the Defendant to Prevail in an Action for Tortious Interference with Contract; Merely Proving Truthful Information Which Is Aimed at Foiling a Contract Is Inadequate: Glass v. Kennedy, No. A-4121-93t2 (N.J. App. Div. 1996).
Robert S. Roche
Civil Rights - Courts Should Use an Individualized Analysis When Determining Whether to Grant a Waiver of an Athletic Conference Age Eligibility Rule: Dennin v. Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference, Inc., 913 F. Supp. 663 (2d Cir. 1996).
Patricia A. Solfaro
Labor Law - The Nonstatutory Labor Exemption - Federal Labor Laws Shield From Antitrust Attack an Agreement Among Several Employers Bargaining Together to Implement, After Impasse, the Terms of Their Last Best Good-Faith Wage Offer; the National Football League's Conduct in Unilaterally Imposing a Fixed Salary for the Developmental Squad Players Falls Within the Scope of the Nonstatutory Labor Exemption From Antitrust Liability: Brown v. Pro Football, Inc., 116 S.Ct. 2116 (1996).
Joshua Zane Webb