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Volume 66, Fall-Winter 1993, Number 4
Note:This issue contains articles with the theme Women in the Criminal Justice System.
Writing and Reading About Rape: A Primer
Lynn Hecht Schafran
Preemption Revisited: Title VII and State Tort Liability After International Union v. Johnson Controls
Leta L. Fishman
Statutory Rights and Predispute Agreements to Arbitrate in Contracts of Employment
Michael J. Gallagher
The Exception of Noerr-Pennington Materials From Discovery Under the Petition Clause of the First Amendment
Alan S. Golub
Are Employers Who Refuse to Hire Smokers Discriminating Within the Meaning of the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990?
Christina Guzek Grasso
The Second Circuit's Attempt to Define Copyright Protection for Computer Software: Is the Abstraction-Filtration-Comparison Test a Workable Solution?
Martin T. Hillery
Does a Patent Reassignment Remedy for Technology Misappropriation Leave the True Inventor Holding an Empty Bag?
Kevin M. Mason
Parody Protection Under the Fair Use Doctrine--The Eveready Standard: It Keeps Going, and Going, and Going . . .
Rita A. Rodin
U.S. v. Fagg: Stretching the Bounds of Privacy
Peter W. Overs Jr.
Recent Developments in New York Law
The Survey of New York Practice Table of Contents
New York Court of Appeals Recognizes that Insured's Contractual Right to Notice of Cancellation Becomes Vested upon Insurer's Liquidation
Joseph F. Muratore
New York Court of Appeals Rules that New York City May Tax a Non-Domiciliary Corporation on Proceeds Received from Investment in Corporation with Business Activities in City
Brian E. Kennedy
New York Court of Appeals Holds that Criminal Defendants Bringing Rosario Claims by Way of CPL § 440.10 Must Demonstrate that People's Failure to Deliver Rosario Materials Constituted Actual Prejudice
Salvatore G. Gangemi
DRL § 117(1)(e): New York Court of Appeals Extends Preserved Right of Inheritance Under Laws of Intestacy to Issue of Adopted-Out Child