Vol. 46 Nbr. 4, September - September 2013
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- A yawning black abyss: section 35 and the equal protection of women in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
- Analyzing the tension between military force reductions and the Constitution: protecting an officer's property interest in continued employment.
- Justice delayed is justice denied: wrongful convictions, eyewitness-expert testimony, and recent developments.
- 'Tis enough, 'twill serve: defining physical injury under the Prison Litigation Reform Act.
- Yours, mine, or ours: a proposal for sensible reform of the Massachusetts 'tenancy by the entirety' statute.
- The sword and shield of social networking: harming employers' goodwill through concerted Facebook activity.
- Eye in the sky: U.S. citizen casualties in the shadow war.
- Lighten up: should Massachusetts implement a smoking surcharge for state employees?
- Securities Law - Second Circuit accepts Rule 10b-5 pleading of economic loss after share-price recovery.
- Cyber law - dismissing employer's claim under the CFAA against former employees who allegedly misappropriated trade secrets.
- Copyright law - Southern District of Texas still has dial-up and holds uploaded webpages not published or accessible.