This is a selective bibliography of current law review literature of interest to defense counsel. Main articles are identified by naming the author or authors. The designations "Note," "Comment," "Case Note," etc. are as listed in the publication, with the authorship, if given, shown in parentheses. Symposiums generally are shown by title.
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Daniel M. Weddle, A Practitioner's Guide to Litigating Punitive Damages after BMW of North America Inc. v. Gore. 47 DRAKE L. REV. 661 (1999). Drake Law Review, Managing Editor, Drake Law Review, Drake University, Des Moines, IA 50311.
Reid Hastie, David A. Schkade & John W. Payne, Juror Judgments in Civil Cases: Effects of Plaintiff's Requests and Plaintiff's Identify on Punitive Damage Awards. 23 LAW & HUM. BEHAV. 445 (1999). Law and Human Behavior, Plenum Publishing Corp., 233 Spring St., New York, NY 10013.
Jason L. Yearout (Note), Fear of Future Harm in Toxic Tort Litigation: The Appropriate Measure of Damages. 22 AM. J. TRIAL ADVOC. 639 (1999). American Journal of Trial Advocacy, Box 2263, Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Birmingham, AL 35229.
Wendy S. Neal (Casenote), The Future of Scientific Evidence in Toxic Tort Litigation. 67 U. CIN. C. REV. 881 (1999). University of Cincinnati Law Review, Room 300, Taft Hall, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0040.
Michael J. Pavloski (Comment), Interpretation and Misapplication of Federal Rule of Evidence 403. 33 NEW ENG. L. REV. 797 (1999). New England Law Review, New England School of Law, 154 Stuart St., Boston, MA 02116.
Tristin K. Green (Comment), Making Sense of the McDonnell Douglas Framework Circumstantial Evidence and Proof of Disparate Treatment under Title VII. 87 CAL. L. REV. 983 (1999). California Law Review, University of California Press, 2120 Berkeley Way, Berkeley, CA 94730.
Robert P. Murian, The Admissibility of Expert Eyewitness Testimony under the Federal Rules. 29 CUMB. L. REV. 379 (1998-99). Cumberland Law Review, S.U. Box 2268, Samford University, 800 Lakeshore Drive, Birmingham, AL 35229.
H. Lowell Brown, The Crime-fraud Exception to the Attorney-client Privilege in the Context of Corporate Counseling. 87 Ky. L.J. 1191 (1998-99). Kentucky Law Journal, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506-0048.
Therese Leblanc (Note), Accountant-client Privilege: The Effect of the IRS Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998. 67 UMKC L. REV. 583 (1999). UMKC Law Review, University of Missouri--Kansas City School of Law, 5100 Rockhill Road, Kansas City, MO 64110.
Maria L. Ontiveros, Adoptive Admissions and the Meaning of Silence: Continuing the Inquiry into Evidence Law and Issues of Race, Class, Gender, and Ethnicity. 28 SW. U. L. REV. 357 (1999).
Frederic I. Lederer, Some Thoughts on the Evidentiary Aspects of Technologically Presented or Produced Evidence. 28 SW. U. L. REV. 389(1999). Southwestern University Law Review, 675 South Westmoreland Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90005.
Jack B. Weinstein, Science and the Challenges of Expert Testimony in the Courtroom. 77 OR. L. REV. 1005 (1998). Oregon Law Review, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403.
Bryan S. Gowdy (Note), Should the Federal Government Have an Attorney-client Privilege? 51 FLA. L. REV. 695 (1999). Florida Law Review, 115 Holland Hall, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611.
Adam M. Chud (Note), In Defense of the Government Attorney-client Privilege. 84 CORNELL L. REV. 1682 (1999). Cornell Law Review, Myron Taylor Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853-4901.
Justin A. Harris (Note), Judicial Approaches to Stipulated Judgments, Assignments of Rights, and Covenants Not to Execute in Insurance Litigation. 47 DRAKE L. REV. 853 (1999). Drake Law Review, Drake University, Des Moines, IA 50311.
Thomas M Jones & Jon D. Hurwitz, An Introduction to Insurance Allocation Issues in Multiple-trigger Cases. …