A Legal History of Expense Budgeting in New York City
Archibald F. Robertson and Lucian A. Vecchio
Tidal Title and the Boundaries of the Bay: The Case of the Submerged "High Water" Mark
John A. Humbach and Jane A. Gale
Federal Magistrates and the Implications of Consensual References
Eileen J. McCabe
Challenging Exclusionary Zoning: Contrasting Recent Federal and State Court Approaches
James C. Quinn
Economic Tipping: An Approach to a Balanced Neighborhood
Frank J. Allocca
Federal Employee is Entitled to Trial De Novo on Employment Discrimination Claim and Not Merely Judicial Review of Agency Record. Hackley v. Roudebush, 520 F.2d 108 (D.C. Cir. 1975).
James C. McMahon, Jr.
Attorneys Must Not Enter Partnership Agreements Prohibiting Themselves from Representing Former Clients Upon Termination of Partnership. Dwyer v. Jung, 133 N.J. Super. 343, 336 A.2d 498 (Ch. 1975), appeal docketed, No. 3378-74, App. Div., June 18, 1975.
Robert L. Schonfeld
Environmental Interest Litigants Are Not Entitled to an Award of Fees for Promoting Public Interests Absent Statutory Authorization. Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. v. Wilderness Soc'y, 421 U.S. 240 (1975).
Michael T. Cornacchia III
Para-Transit. By Ronald F. Kirby, Kiran U. Bhatt, Michael A. Kemp, Robert G. McGillivray and Martin Wohl. Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute, 1974. Pp. xv, 319. $4.95.
Robert W. Piken