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Volume 64, Fall 1989, Number 1
Toward Moral Responsibility in Lawyering: Further Thoughts on the Deontological Model of Legal Ethics
Edward J. Eberle
Beyond Neutralism: A Suggested Historically Justifiable Approach to Establishment Clause Analysis
Kevin D. Evans
State Regulation of Hostile Takeovers: The Constitutionality of Third Generation Business Combination Statutes and the Role of the Courts
Joseph V. Cuomo
Perpich v. United States Department of Defense: Who Controls the Weekend Soldier?
Roy W. Breitenbach
When is a Quote Not a Quote?: The Subjectivity of Truth in Masson v. New Yorker Magazine, Inc.
John J. McGreevy
Re-opening the Door to Antitrust Standing: R.C. Bigelow, Inc. v. Unilever N.V.
Robert F. Nostramo
U.C.C. § 2-201(2)--A Search for a Just Interpretation: Bazak International Corp. v. Mast Industries
Janet L. Raimondo
Recent Developments in New York Law
The Survey of New York Practice Table of Contents
CPLR 4504(a): A Plaintiff in a Personal Injury Action Cannot Effect a Waiver of the Defendant's Physician-Patient Privilege by Placing the Defendant's Physical Condition "In Controversy"
Anthony N. Magistrale
GML § 50-e(5): Denial of Renewed Application to Serve Late Notice of Claim on City Was Not an Abuse of Discretion, Despite the City's Actual Knowledge of Essential Facts of Claim, Where Petitioner's Delay Was Excessive, His Excuse Insufficient, and City Was Substantially Prejudiced
Howard M. Miller