Volume 37, No. 2 (Winter 1998) Table of Contents

Editor's Note


Knowing Foul from Fair: Vosburg, Garratt, and One Long Fly Ball, p. 243-248 (389 KB PDF)
Professor Marshall S. Shapo

Tort Law's Role as a Tool for Social Justice Struggle, p. 249-260 (971 KB PDF)
Professor Leslie Bender

Bendectin Revisited: Is There a Right to a Jury Trial in an Age of Judicial Gatekeeping?, p. 261-282 (1.9 MB PDF)
Professor Frank M. McClellan

Doctors' Dirty Little Secrets: The Dark Side of Medical Privacy, p. 283-316 (3.0 MB PDF)
Professor Barry R. Furrow

Indemnity or Compensation? The Contract with America, Loser-Pays Attorney Fee Shifting, and a One-Way Alternative, p. 317-344 (2.5 MB PDF)
Professor Thomas D. Rowe, Jr.

Loser Pays and Conditional Fees - An English Solution?, p. 345-358 (1.0 MB PDF)
Professor Geoffrey Woodroffe


Scarlet Letters, Bilboes and Cable TV: Are Shame Punishments Cruel and Outdated or Are They a Viable Option for American Jurisprudence?, p. 359-382 (2.0 MB PDF)
Scott E. Sanders

"Be it Enacted by the People of the State of Kansas" - Is it Time for Kansas to Adopt Ballot Initiatives?, p. 383-408 (2.2 MB PDF)
David E. Watson


Systemcare v. Wang: A Look at Contracts Between Buyer and Seller and the "Concerted Action" Requirement Under § 1 of Sherman Antitrust Act [Systemcare, Inc. v. Wang Labs. Corp., 117 F.3d 1137 (lOth Cir. 1997)], p. 409-424 (1.3 MB PDF)
Kevin J. Breer

"I Don't!": Determining Ownership of the Engagement Ring When the Engagement Terminates [Herman v. Parrish, 942 P.2d 631 (Kan. 1997)], p. 425-438 (1.3 MB PDF)
Brian L. Kruckenberg

Criminal Procedure: Failure to Instruct the Jury on Venue, When Requested, Constitutes Reversible Error, Notwithstanding Venue Subsumed by a Guilty Verdict [United States v. Miller, 111 F.3d 747 (10th Cir. 1997)], p. 439-458 (1.8 MB PDF)
Scott A. Liljegren

The Misappropriation Theory: Overextension of § 10(b) and Rule 10b-5 or Broad Weapon Against Outsider Trading? [United States v. O'Hagan, 117 S. Ct. 2199 (1997)], p. 459-482 (2.1 MB PDF)
Jonathan J. Martin

Solidifying the Use of Juvenile Proceedings as Sentence Enhancement and Clarifying Second-Degree Murder [State v. Pope, 927 P.2d 503 (Kan. Ct. App. 1996)], p. 483-496 (1.3 MB PDF)
Kay Redeker

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