St. Mary's Law Journal
Recent Developments in Civil Rights Law (as Presented at the Common Cause 20th Anniversary Celebration at St. Mary's School of Law on November 3, 1990) Address.
ERISA Preempts All Texas Causes of Action That Relate to an Employee Benefit Plan Including the Insurance Code, the Deceptive Trade Practices Act and Common Law.
Limitations on Medical Malpractice Damages Pursuant to the Medical Liability Act Are Constitutional in Wrongful Death Cases.
Lynn B. Layne
Incurable, Reversible Error Occurs Whenever the Jury Feels Animus toward or Solidarity with Witnesses or Litigants because of Ethnicity or Race Due to an Attorney's Suggestions Made during Closing Argument, No Matter How Open or Subtle and with Finesse Those Suggestions May Be.
Glenn D. Levy
Redesignation of Testifying Expert Witnesses to Consulting Expert Witnesses after Settlement Is Impermissible.
Jo Allison Stasney
Alamo Lumber and Texas Usury Law: Playing with Fire in the Usury Forest.
Terry W. Wright, W. Alan Wright, and Scott G. Night
The Empire Strikes Back.
E. Joshua Rosenkranz
Pyrrhic Victories and Glorious Defeats: Why Defendants Are Winning and Plaintiffs Are Losing the Struggle over Actual Malice and Fictionalized Quotations.
Richard A. Gonzales