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Volume 56, Fall 1981, Number 1
Corporate Dissolution in New York: Liberalizing the Rights of Minority Shareholders
John E. Davidian
On Judgments and Settlements in Antitrust Litigation: When Should Damages Be Trebled?
Kent S. Bernard
Education of Handicapped Children: The IEP Process and the Search for an Appropriate Education
Bruce G. Sheffler
Equitable Estoppel: Does Governmental Immunity Mean Never Having to Say You're Sorry?
Mary R. Alexander
Measure of Damages for Insider Trading: Elkind v. Liggett & Meyers, Inc.
William K. Sanders
Is Trustee Independence a Prerequsite to Deductible Gift-Leaseback Rental Payments?: May v. Commissioner
Recent Developments in New York Law
The Survey of New York Practice Table of Contents
St. John's Law Review
CPLR 1411: Comparative Negligence Statute Applies to Loss of Consortium Action and Operates to Reduce Consortium Award by Degree of Spouse's Contributory Negligence
William R. Moriarty
Banking Law § 673: Violations of Civil Banking Regulations Held to Constitute Criminal Misapplication of Bank Funds
John James Lynch
Economic Loss Due to Defective Product Design Held Sufficient to State a Cause of Action in Strict Products Liability Against Remote Manufacturer
Rosemary B. Boller
Party to Contract May Not Offer Evidence of Other Party's Prior Contradictory Agreement with Third Party
Robert J. Sorge Jr.
Harassment Violation Conviction Cannot Be the Basis for the Use of Collateral Estoppel in a Subsequent Civil Action