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Volume 64, Fall 1990, Number 4
Note:This issue contains articles from Symposium: The 20th Anniversary of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (1970-1990).
Foreword: Debunking RICO's Myriad Myths
G. Robert Blakey
Vicarious Criminal Liability of Organizations: RICO as an Example of a Flawed Principle in Practice
Philip A. Lacovara and David P. Nicoli
Behold, the Day of Judgment: Is the RICO Pattern Requirement Void for Vagueness?
Robert D. Luskin
And a Little Child Shall Lead Them: New York's Organized Crime Control Act of 1986
Steven L. Kessler
RICO Reform: "Weeding Out" Garden Variety Disputes Under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act
John M. Nonna and Melissa P. Corrado
Causation and Civil RICO Standing: When Is a Plaintiff Injured "By Reason of" a RICO Violation?
Concurrent Jurisdiction Over Federal Civil RICO Claims: Is It Workable? An Analysis of Tafflin v. Levitt
Yolanda Eleni Stefanou
RICO as a Remedy for Hazrdous Waste Victims: Can Plaintiffs Overcome the Problems of Causation?
John M. O'Reilly
The Civil RICO Racket: Fighting Back with Federal Rule of Procedure 11
Petra J. Rodrigues