> Vol. 59
> No. 1 (1984)
Assent and Accountability in Contract: An Analysis of Objective Standards in Contemporary Contract AdjudicationBrian A. Blum
The Federal Securities Laws, the First Amendment, and Commercial Speech: A Call for ConsistencyRussell Gerard Ryan
Judicial Examination of Deregulation: Exploring the Boundaries of Executive DiscretionMichael J. Cammarota
Protective Orders and Commercial Information--Is Good Cause Good Enough?Joseph R. Gagliano Jr.
Settling the Front Pay Controversy Under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act: Whittlesey v. Union Carbide Corp.Anthony F. Cottone
Deepening the Anomaly of Sovereign Immunity: Pennhurst State School and Hospital v. HaldermanRobert G. Klepp
The Survey of New York Practice Table of ContentsSt. John's Law Review
CPLR 305(b): Summons Accompanied by Neither Complaint nor 305(b) Notice Constitutes Jurisdictional Defect that Can Deprive Plaintiff of Extension under CPLR 205(a)Steven F. Siegel
CPLR 5222, 5230, 5232: Public Officials Held Liable for Acting in Conformity with a Statute Subsequently Declared to Be UnconstitutionalVincent J. Coyle Jr.
GML § 50-e: Statute of Limitations Is Tolled under CPLR 204 When Plaintiff's Application to Serve Late Notice of Claim Is Sub JudiceChristopher M. Murphy
Penal Law § 70.08: Multiple Prior Sentences and Not Convictions Are Required before a Defendant May Be Sentenced as a Persistent Felony OffenderCharles McKenna
Failure of the Prosecutor to Disclose Witness's Intention to File a Civil Suit Against a Criminal Defendant Is a Violation of the Fourteenth AmendmentVincent Toomey
Torts--Recovery Allowed for Psychic Injury Resulting from Observation of Serious Injury to Family Member If Plaintiff in Zone of DangerChristopher Nenninger