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The Last Days Of Social Security Disability: How The Social Security Administration's Policies On The Submission Of Adverse Evidence And Non-Attorney Representation Have Contributed To Its Institutional Failure, Thomas Katsiotas May 2015

The Last Days Of Social Security Disability: How The Social Security Administration's Policies On The Submission Of Adverse Evidence And Non-Attorney Representation Have Contributed To Its Institutional Failure, Thomas Katsiotas

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


P-Values, Priors, And Procedure In Antidiscrimination Law, Jason R. Bent Jan 2015

P-Values, Priors, And Procedure In Antidiscrimination Law, Jason R. Bent

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Weakness In Numbers: A Brief Introduction, Ryan G. Ganzenmuller, Matthew A. Eldred Jan 2015

Weakness In Numbers: A Brief Introduction, Ryan G. Ganzenmuller, Matthew A. Eldred

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Lack Of Deference To Medical Opinions In Adjudicating Social Security Disability Claims, Amrita Maharaj Jan 2015

The Lack Of Deference To Medical Opinions In Adjudicating Social Security Disability Claims, Amrita Maharaj

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Pleading And Proving Foreign Law In The Age Of Plausibility Pleading, Roger M. Michalski Dec 2011

Pleading And Proving Foreign Law In The Age Of Plausibility Pleading, Roger M. Michalski

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Why Modern Evidence Law Lacks Credibility, Daniel D. Blinka Apr 2010

Why Modern Evidence Law Lacks Credibility, Daniel D. Blinka

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Between Rock And A Hard Place: Polygraph Prejudice Persists After Scheffer, Robin D. Barovick Oct 1999

Between Rock And A Hard Place: Polygraph Prejudice Persists After Scheffer, Robin D. Barovick

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


A "Delicate And Difficult Task": Balancing The Competing Interests Of Federal Rule Of Evidence 612, The Work Product Doctrine, And The Attorney-Client Privilege, Daisy Hurst Floyd Jan 1996

A "Delicate And Difficult Task": Balancing The Competing Interests Of Federal Rule Of Evidence 612, The Work Product Doctrine, And The Attorney-Client Privilege, Daisy Hurst Floyd

Buffalo Law Review

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Abandoning New York's "General Acceptance" Requirement: Redesigning Proposed Rule Of Evidence 702(B) After Daubert V. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Stuart J. Graham Apr 1995

Abandoning New York's "General Acceptance" Requirement: Redesigning Proposed Rule Of Evidence 702(B) After Daubert V. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Stuart J. Graham

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Evidence Of Religion And The Religion Of Evidence, Michael Ariens Jan 1992

Evidence Of Religion And The Religion Of Evidence, Michael Ariens

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Exclusionary Rule: Not The "Expressed Juice Of The Woolly-Headed Thistle", Keith A. Fabi Oct 1986

The Exclusionary Rule: Not The "Expressed Juice Of The Woolly-Headed Thistle", Keith A. Fabi

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Psychiatric Expert As Due Process Decisionmaker, Robert S. Berger Oct 1984

The Psychiatric Expert As Due Process Decisionmaker, Robert S. Berger

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Hypnotically Refreshed Testimony: In Support Of The Emerging Majority And People V. Hughes, Paul G. Harnisch Apr 1984

Hypnotically Refreshed Testimony: In Support Of The Emerging Majority And People V. Hughes, Paul G. Harnisch

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Weight Versus Sufficiency Of Evidence: Tibbs V. Florida, Thomas S. Ginter Oct 1983

Weight Versus Sufficiency Of Evidence: Tibbs V. Florida, Thomas S. Ginter

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Upjohn: A New Prescription For The Attorney-Client Privilege And Work Product Defenses In Administrative Investigations, Robert G. Nath Jan 1981

Upjohn: A New Prescription For The Attorney-Client Privilege And Work Product Defenses In Administrative Investigations, Robert G. Nath

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Permissibility Of Impeaching An Alibi Witness With Evidence Of His Pre-Trial Silence: The New York Court Of Appeals Decision In People V. Dawson, Brian T. Edwards Jan 1981

The Permissibility Of Impeaching An Alibi Witness With Evidence Of His Pre-Trial Silence: The New York Court Of Appeals Decision In People V. Dawson, Brian T. Edwards

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Presumptive Possession Of Weapons: New York's Controversial Statute, Murray N. Caplan Jul 1978

Presumptive Possession Of Weapons: New York's Controversial Statute, Murray N. Caplan

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Halloran V. Virginia Chemicals, Inc.: The Admissibility Of Habit Evidence In New York To Prove Negligence, Kathleen Anne Drumm Jul 1978

Halloran V. Virginia Chemicals, Inc.: The Admissibility Of Habit Evidence In New York To Prove Negligence, Kathleen Anne Drumm

Buffalo Law Review

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Contracts—Warranties, Unconscionability, And The Parol Evidence Rule—Industralease Automated & (And) Scientific Corp. V. R.M.E. Enterprises, Inc., Lawrence S. Goldberg Jul 1978

Contracts—Warranties, Unconscionability, And The Parol Evidence Rule—Industralease Automated & (And) Scientific Corp. V. R.M.E. Enterprises, Inc., Lawrence S. Goldberg

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Custody Rights Of Lesbian Mothers: Legal Theory And Litigation Strategy, Nan D. Hunter, Nancy D. Polikoff Apr 1976

Custody Rights Of Lesbian Mothers: Legal Theory And Litigation Strategy, Nan D. Hunter, Nancy D. Polikoff

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Scientific Evidence In Criminal Cases; Scientific And Expert Evidence In Criminal Advocacy, Ronald J. Allen Jan 1976

Scientific Evidence In Criminal Cases; Scientific And Expert Evidence In Criminal Advocacy, Ronald J. Allen

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Medical Data Privacy: Automated Interference With Contractual Relations, John J. Fargo Jan 1976

Medical Data Privacy: Automated Interference With Contractual Relations, John J. Fargo

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Expanding Defendant's Discovery: The Jencks Act At Pretrial Hearings, David B. Olney Jan 1975

Expanding Defendant's Discovery: The Jencks Act At Pretrial Hearings, David B. Olney

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Evidence—New York Press Shield Law Applies Only When Confidential Relationship Exists Between A Newsman And His Source., Robert L. Nisely Jan 1974

Evidence—New York Press Shield Law Applies Only When Confidential Relationship Exists Between A Newsman And His Source., Robert L. Nisely

Buffalo Law Review

WBAI-FM v. Proskin, 42 App. Div. 2d 5, 344 N.Y.S.2d 393 (3d Dep't 1973).


Evidence—Coconspirator Rule Allowing Admission Of Accomplice’S Declaration Held Not Violative Of Sixth Amendment Right Of Confrontation, Norman A. Leblanc Jr. Apr 1971

Evidence—Coconspirator Rule Allowing Admission Of Accomplice’S Declaration Held Not Violative Of Sixth Amendment Right Of Confrontation, Norman A. Leblanc Jr.

Buffalo Law Review

Dutton v. Evans, 400 U.S. 74 (1970).


The Role Of Abandonment In The Law Of Search And Seizure: An Application Of Misdirected Emphasis, Edward G. Mascolo Jan 1971

The Role Of Abandonment In The Law Of Search And Seizure: An Application Of Misdirected Emphasis, Edward G. Mascolo

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Law—Warrantless Search Incident To A Lawful Arrest Must Be Limited To Area Within Suspect ‘S Control, Susan Levenberg Jan 1970

Constitutional Law—Warrantless Search Incident To A Lawful Arrest Must Be Limited To Area Within Suspect ‘S Control, Susan Levenberg

Buffalo Law Review

Chimel v. California, 395 U.S. 752 (1969).


Criminal Law—Electronic Eavesdropping-Standing To Object To Third Party Conversations, Joel E. Schweitzer Jan 1970

Criminal Law—Electronic Eavesdropping-Standing To Object To Third Party Conversations, Joel E. Schweitzer

Buffalo Law Review

Alderman v. United States, 394 U.S. 165 (1969).


Constitutional Law—Exclusionary Rule Applied To State Liquor Authority Administrative Searches, Judith B. Ittig Jan 1970

Constitutional Law—Exclusionary Rule Applied To State Liquor Authority Administrative Searches, Judith B. Ittig

Buffalo Law Review

Matter of Finn's Liquor Shop, Inc. v. State Liquor Authority, 24 N.Y.2d 647 (1969).


Constitutional Limitations On Evidence In Criminal Cases. By James George, Jr., Irving Younger Oct 1969

Constitutional Limitations On Evidence In Criminal Cases. By James George, Jr., Irving Younger

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.