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Alaska’S Medical Malpractice Expert Advisory Panel: Assessing The Prognosis, Jonathan Scott Aronie Dec 1992

Alaska’S Medical Malpractice Expert Advisory Panel: Assessing The Prognosis, Jonathan Scott Aronie

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Alternative Dispute Resolution Strategies In Medical Malpractice, Thomas B. Metzloff Dec 1992

Alternative Dispute Resolution Strategies In Medical Malpractice, Thomas B. Metzloff

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Governmental Liability For Negligent Failure To Detain Drunk Drivers , Kelly Mahon Tullier May 1992

Governmental Liability For Negligent Failure To Detain Drunk Drivers , Kelly Mahon Tullier

Cornell Law Review

No abstract provided.


Responsibility Of Investment Bankers To Shareholders, Ted J. Fiflis Jan 1992

Responsibility Of Investment Bankers To Shareholders, Ted J. Fiflis

Washington University Law Review

This Article proposes that investment bankers be held responsible to shareholders. As gatekeepers for corporate control transactions, investment bankers should be liable as delegates of the board, having the same fiduciary duties of care, candor, and loyalty that directors have, as well as a duty of skill.


Fairness Opinions As Magic Pieces Of Paper, Dale A. Oesterle Jan 1992

Fairness Opinions As Magic Pieces Of Paper, Dale A. Oesterle

Washington University Law Review

I explain each suggestion in Section IV below, after I discuss the merits of the approaches of Professors Carney and Fiflis in Sections II and III. Section I contains a background discussion on the nature of fairness opinions.


Fairness Opinions: How Fair Are They And Why We Should Do Nothing About It, William J. Carney Jan 1992

Fairness Opinions: How Fair Are They And Why We Should Do Nothing About It, William J. Carney

Washington University Law Review

I believe that fairness opinions exist for two reasons: a judicial belief in the determinacy of value, and legal rules that shelter the business judgment of a board when based on reliance on the opinion of experts. Except in rare instances, investment bankers do not deliver fairness opinions for the benefit of public shareholders. Further, the nature of the fairness opinion is such that neither courts nor investors should attach too much weight to it nor impose liability because of it, except in instances of fraud.


Cruise Ship Medical Malpractice Cases: Must Admiralty Courts Steer By The Star Of Stare Decisis?, Beth-Ann Erlic Herschaft Jan 1992

Cruise Ship Medical Malpractice Cases: Must Admiralty Courts Steer By The Star Of Stare Decisis?, Beth-Ann Erlic Herschaft

Nova Law Review

Everyone from honeymooners to golden agers is lured by promises of a dream vacation aboard a luxury cruise ship.


International Judicial Assistance, Christopher L. Blakesley Jan 1992

International Judicial Assistance, Christopher L. Blakesley

Scholarly Works

The general or even specialized practitioner faces serious difficulties as the world shrinks and the practice of law frequently transcends international boundaries. In the civil and commercial arena, issues of discovery and service of documents abroad, others relating to judicial assistance from foreign courts, available to American courts or individual litigants, and assistance available from American courts for foreign governments and individual litigants, can be mindboggling. In an age where transnational litigation (that is, domestic litigation that touches upon one or more foreign jurisdictions) is rapidly increasing, counsel could be guilty of malpractice if counsel takes action abroad that proves ...