2008 Vol. 59, No. 4

2007 Eleventh Circuit Survey

Colin A. McRae and Jessica L. McClellan
Page 1063
Appellate Practice and Procedure
Robert G. Boliek, Jr.
Page 1075
Hon. James D. Walker, Jr. and Amber Nickell
Page 1093
Class Actions
Thomas M. Byrne
Page 1117
Employment Discrimination
Peter Reed Corbin and John E. Duvall
Page 1137
Environmental Law
Travis M. Trimble
Page 1161
Marc T. Treadwell
Page 1181
Federal Taxation
Michael H. Plowgian, Svetoslav S. Minkov, and Mark S. Davis
Page 1193
Intellectual Property
Laurence P. Colton, Nigamnarayan Acharya, Todd Williams, and Dana T. Hustins
Page 1225
Labor and Employment
W. Christopher Arbery, Valerie N. Njiri, and Valerie H. Barney
Page 1245
Trial Practice and Procedure
John O'Shea Sullivan and Ashby L. Kent
Page 1267
Introduction of the Honorable Jim Marshall on Law Day 2008, Macon, Georgia
David Oedel
Page 1311
2008 Law Day Address
Congressman Jim Marshall
Page 1313
Is Worship a Unique Subject or a Way of Approaching Many Different Subjects? Two Recent Decisions that Attempt to Answer This Question Set the Second and Ninth Circuits on a Course Toward State Entanglement With Religion
John Tyler
Page 1319
Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly: Mere Adjustment or Stringent New Requirement in Pleading?
Amber A. Pelot
Page 1371
Doubting Thomasville's Ability-Grouping Program: Holton v. City of Thomasville School District
William Benjamin Bryant
Page 1391
Standing Room Only: Federal Taxpayers Denied Standing to Challenge President's Faith-Based Programs in Hein v. Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc.
Patricia Mary Quinlan
Page 1409

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