Vol. 60 Nbr. 4, June 1997
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- The "Scarlet Letter laws" of the 1990s: a response to critics.
- Adequate provocation, individual responsibility, and the deconstruction of free will.
- The nondischargeability of divorce-based debts in bankruptcy: a legislative response to the hardened heart.
- Some overall observations about the 1996 New York State Environmental Bond Act and a closer look at Title 5 and its approach to the "brownfields" dilemma.
- Perpetuities perpetuated: Symphony Space, Inc. v. Pergola Properties, Inc.
- New York's freedom from information law: disclosure of public costs of a New York senator's "public interest" mailings.
- Prewarrant thermal imaging as a Fourth Amendment violation: a Supreme Court question in the making.
- The same uniform, a different team: copycat's suit up for competition.
- Protecting New York's children: an argument for the creation of a rebuttable presumption against awarding a spouse abuser custody of a child.
- The real "Contract with America": the original intent of the Tenth Amendment and the Commerce Clause.
- Can the feds put deadbeat parents in jail? A look at the constitutionality of the Child Support Recovery Act.
- The evolving conflict between employment discrimination laws and immunity under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and Article VII of the FCN Treaty between the United States and Japan - the Papaila case.
- They paved paradise and put up a parking lot.