2005 Vol. 56, No. 4

2004 Eleventh Circuit Survey

Eulogy for Professor Adam Milani
Father Tim Donahue
Page 1111
Judicial Estoppel and the Eleventh Circuit Consumer Bankruptcy Debtor
Hon. James D. Walker, Jr. and Amber Nickell
Page 1115
Role of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines in the Wake of U.S. v. Booker and U.S. v. Fanfan
Rosemary T. Cakmis
Page 1131
Robert S. Glenn, Jr., Colin A. McRae, and Jessica L. McClellan
Page 1169
Appellate Practice and Procedure
K. Todd Butler
Page 1185
Hon. James D. Walker, Jr. and Amber Nickell
Page 1199
Class Actions
Thomas M. Byrne and Suzanne M. Alford
Page 1219
Employment Discrimination
Peter Reed Corbin and John E. Duvall
Page 1233
Environmental Law
Travis M. Trimble
Page 1255
Marc T. Treadwell
Page 1273
Federal Taxation
Michael H. Plowgian and Svetoslav S. Minkov
Page 1287
Intellectual Property
Laurence P. Colton, Nigamnarayan Acharya, and Michael J. Bootcheck
Page 1305
Labor and Employment
Jerry C. Newsome and K. Alex Khoury
Page 1329
Securities Regulation
David K. Brown and Valerie D. Barton
Page 1341
Trial Practice and Procedure
John O'Shea Sullivan and Ashby L. Kent
Page 1361
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Section 707(b): Should the "Substantial Abuse" Standard Be Replaced?
J. Kaz Espy
Page 1385
Reversion Back to a State of Nature in the U.S. Southern Borderlands
Jessica Conway
Page 1419
Form Over Substance? Qualified Immunity in Groh v. Ramirez
Lenard F. Harrelson, Jr.
Page 1457
To Serve and Protect: Thornton v. United States and the Newly Anemic Fourth Amendment
Jason Lewis
Page 1471
Tennard v. Dretke Provides Swells of Protections But May Cause Rising Tides of Frivolous Claims
Kristin L. Starnes
Page 1483
United States v. Patane: The Supreme Court's Continued Assault on Miranda
David Bosworth
Page 1499

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