Mercer Law School

1995 Vol. 46, No. 4

1994 Eleventh Circuit Survey

Admiralty
Thomas S. Rue
Page 1213
Antitrust
Michael Eric Ross
Page 1237
Bankruptcy
W. Homer Drake, Jr. and James W. Dilz
Page 1243
Constitutional Civil Law
Albert Sidney Johnson
Page 1275
Constitutional Criminal Procedure
Edward D. Lukemire and John Lynch
Page 1297
Employment Discrimination
Peter Reed Corbin and John E. Duvall
Page 1321
Environmental Law
W. Scott Laseter
Page 1359
Evidence
Marc T. Treadwell
Page 1377
Federal Sentencing Guidelines
Andrea Wilson
Page 1395
Federal Taxation
Timothy J. Peaden
Page 1419
Labor Law
Stephen W. Mooney and Leigh Lawson Reeves
Page 1429
Securities Regulation
John L. Latham and Jay E. Sloman
Page 1463
Trial Practice and Procedure
Philip W. Savrin
Page 1497
Central Bank: The End of Secondary Liability Under Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
Stephen H. Brown
Page 1515
Gottshall v. Consolidated Rail Corp.: Recognizing Negligently Inflicted Emotional Injuries Under The Federal Employers' Liability Act
J. Scott Hale
Page 1527
Hewitt v. Kalish: Qualifying as an "Expert Competent To Testify" Under O.C.G.A. Section 9-11-9.1
Richard T. Hills
Page 1537
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. v. Harris Trust & Savings Bank: Guaranteed Benefit Policy Exclusion Holds No Guarantee For Insurers From ERISA's Fiduciary Standards
Shane C. DeLeon
Page 1547
Miller v. Arkansas: Criminals Beware! Arkansas Uses an Objective Approach in Evaluating Pretextual Traffic Stops
Jason Watson
Page 1557
Pre-Litigation Contractual Waivers of the Right to a Jury Trial Are Unenforceable Under Georgia Law
E. Michelle Robinson
Page 1565
The Employer's/Insurance Carrier's Right to Subrogation Under the Georgia Workers' Compensation Act (O.C.G.A. Section 34-9-11.1): How Long Will It Last?
Gregory T. Talley
Page 1575

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