2002 Vol. 53, No. 4

2001 Eleventh Circuit Survey

Robert S. Glenn, Jr. and Colin A. McRae
Page 1167
Appellate Practice & Procedure
K. Todd Butler
Page 1185
Robert B. Chapman
Page 1199
Constitutional Civil Rights
John Sanchez
Page 1315
Constitutional Criminal Procedure
Charles E. Cox, Jr.
Page 1339
Employment Discrimination
Peter Reed Corbin and John E. Duvall
Page 1367
Marc T. Treadwell
Page 1399
Federal Sentencing Guidelines
Rosemary T. Cakmis and Fritz Scheller
Page 1413
Federal Taxation
Cecil M. Cheves and Russell E. Hinds
Page 1457
Intellectual Property
Laurence P. Colton and Nigam J. Acharya
Page 1473
Statutory Civil Rights
Elizabeth J. Norman and Jacob E. Daly
Page 1499
Trial Practice and Procedure
Philip W. Savrin and Kelley R. Purdie
Page 1611
Reform in Airport Security: Panic or Precaution?
Jack H. Daniel III
Page 1623
The Evolution of Court-Ordered Mergers: An Equitable Remedy or a Marriage Made in Hell?
Brandon Grinsted
Page 1647
Chicago Tribune Co. v. Bridgestone/Firestone, Inc.: "Good Cause" Wins the Battle, But Will Protective Orders Survive the Product Liability War?
Sheila J. Baran
Page 1675
Not So Shocking: The Death of the Electric Chair in Georgia at the Hands of the Georgia Supreme Court in Dawson v. State
Patricia Roy
Page 1695
PGA Tour, Inc. v. Martin: Reasonable Modifications Under the ADA Fore the Disabled
Christopher James Hudson
Page 1717
United States v. Odom: The Eleventh Circuit Substantially Affects Federal Criminal Law Through Its Constitutional Analysis of the Jurisdictional Element of Section 844(i)
Alex Khoury
Page 1735

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