Dickinson Law Review - Volume 97, 1992-1993
Multicellular Vertebrate Mammals as "Patentable Subject Matter" Under 35 U.S.C. § 101: Promotion of Science and the Useful Arts or an Open Invitation for Abuse?
Michael B. Landau
Should the Definition of Oppressive Conduct by Majority Shareholders Exclude A Consideration of Ethical Conduct and Business Purpose?
Sandra K. Miller
Lawyer Liability to Non-Clients
Forest J. Bowman
First Amendment Public Forum Analysis: Restrictions on the Right to Receive Information Upheld in Kreimer v. Bureau of Police
Drew Patrick Gannon
Preferential Admissions Policies And Single-Minority Scholarships: The Legal Implications Of Race-Preference In Higher Education
Andrea L. Bistline
"Day in the Life" and Surveillance Videos: Discovery of Videotaped Evidence in Personal Injury Suits
Tricia E. Habert
Property Insurance: A Call for Increased Use of Examinations Under Oath for the Detection and Deterrence of Fraudulent Insurance Claims
Michael A. Hamilton