Vol. 46 Nbr. 1, February - February 2013
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- A name of one's own: the spousal permission requirement and the persistence of patriarchy.
- Reforming alimony: Massachusetts reconsiders postdivorce spousal support.
- Targeted hate speech and the first amendment: how the supreme court should have decided Snyder.
- Cluttered apartments and complicated tenancies: a collaborative intervention approach to tenant "hoarding" under the Fair Housing Act.
- Restitutionary recovery: the appropriate standard of care for emergency rescue reimbursement by hikers.
- The stream of commerce flows on.
- Where angels fear to tread: Islamic arbitration in probate and family law, a practical perspective.
- Paper Tiger: the validity of CFTC position-limit rulemaking under Dodd-Frank.
- What the founders did not see coming: the fourth amendment, digital evidence, and the plain view doctrine.
- The doctor will see you for the last time now: physician-assisted suicide in Massachusetts.
- A recipe for mistaken convictions: why federal rule of evidence 403 should be used to exclude unreliable eyewitness-identification evidence.
- Criminal law - First Circuit upholds restitution order without requiring evidence of defendant's causal contribution to victim's losses - United States v. Kearney.
- Constitutional law - Maryland District Court finds government's acquisition of historical cell site data immune from Fourth Amendment - United States v. Graham.
- Constitutional law - Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court distinguishes Thompkins's unambiguous invocation requirement of right to remain silent - Commonwealth v. Clarke.
- Constitutional law - Supreme Court of Minnesota upholds warrantless DNA sample of individual convicted of misdemeanor - State v. Johnson.