Vol. 41 Nbr. 1, December 2007
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- The vanishing substance-procedure distinction in contemporary corporate litigation: an essay.
- Religion, polygamy, and non-traditional families: disparate views on the evolution of marriage in history and in the debate over same-sex unions.
- The employees' quest for medical record privacy under the Family and Medical Leave Act.
- Massachusetts paves the way: a comparison between the confrontation right guaranteed by the United States and Massachusetts Constitutions in light of Crawford v. Washington.
- Plurality decisions in the Supreme Court of the United States: a reexamination of the Marks doctrine after Rapanos v. United States.
- The Pension Protection Act of 2006: is it too late to save traditional pension plans?
- Paying for cable in Boston, watching it on a laptop in L.A.: does Slingbox violate federal copyright laws?
- Serious emotional disturbances: children's fight for community-based services through Medicaid litigation.
- Retaliation in the wake of Burlington Northern: making the case for an updated standard for proving an adverse action in Massachusetts under Chapter 151B.
- Tripping over TRIPs: is compulsory licensing under eBay at odds with U.S. statutory requirements and TRIPs?
- Civil procedure - sufficiency of evidence not reviewable in absence of post-verdict judgment as a matter of law or new trial motion - Unitherm Food Systems, Inc. v. Swift-Eckrich, Inc.
- Corporate law - primary-violator liability under 10(b) applies to outside business partners in suits brought by shareholders - Simpson v. AOL Time Warner, Inc.
- Corporate law - Massachusetts limits tolling of statute of limitations for breach of fiduciary duties in closely held corporations - Aiello v. Aiello.
- Criminal law - innocent third parties deserve greater Fourth Amendment protections than criminal suspects and defendants - Commonwealth v. Draheim.