TIPS 75th Anniversary


The Tort & Insurance Law Jounal

Winter 1999
Volume 34 Issue 2

Table of Contents

Recent Developments in Admiralty and Maritime Law
E. Gregg Barrios, Francis V. Liantonio, Jr., and Roland M. Vandenweghe, Jr.

Recent Developments in Business Tort Law
Stephen P. Groves, Sr.

Recent Developments in Civil Procedure and Evidence
Reagan William Simpson, Kimberly E. Winter, David I. Thompson, Mark M. Lawson, and Lori E. Sochin

Recent Developments in Commercial Transportation Litigation
Sue Lawless, Patricia O. Alvarez, and Jonathan S. Quinn

Recent Developments of Interest to Corporate Counsel
Teresa Bohne, Derek M. Meisner, and Suzanne Lee

Recent Developments in Employee Benefits
Dan S. Brandenburg, Mark B. Wychulis, and Jonathan G. Rose

Recent Developments in Employment Law
Ellis B. Murov and Charles F. Seemann III

Recent Developments in Excess, Surplus Lines, and Reinsurance Law
David H. Anderson, Mark M. Christerson, Linda Lasley, and Patricia Winters

Recent Developments in Federal Appellate Advocacy
Warren W. Harris

Recent Developments in Fidelity and Surety Law
Gary Valeriano, Barbara Weller, F. Malcolm Cunningham, Martha Perkins, William R. Mait, and Judith Blake

Recent Developments in Governmental Liability
Edward M. Turfe, Madeline J. Meacham, and Benjamin E. Griffith

Recent Developments in Insurance Coverage Litigation
Michael A. Orlando, Robert E. Asperger, Severn E.S. Miller, Jason P. Gosselin, David E. Neumeister, Amber L. Achilles, and Jacquelyn A. Beatty

Recent Developments in Intellectual Property Law
David Gauntlett

Recent Developments in International Tort and Insurance Law and Practice
Elaine Massock, Claude Scales, John Abramson, Jeremy Irving, Mary Cannon Veed, Gloria Leal, Ricardo J. Cata, Andrew Borrell, Ian Kawaley, and Lisa Savitt

Recent Developments in Health Insurance and Life Insurance Case Law
Joseph J. Hasman, William A. Chittenden III, and Joshua L. Smith

Recent Developments in Media and Defamation Law
David W. Zimmerman

Recent Developments in Medicine and Law
Roger R. Clayton, Lisa A. La Conte, William I. Covey, and Mark A. Ludolph

Recent Developments in Products, General Liability, and Consumer Law
Alan J. Lazarus, Mel M. Negussie, Gregory P. Sreenan, Philip E. Mischke, Thedy Brundidge, W. Kennedy Simpson, Michael C. Borneo, David L. Staver, and Sheila Doyle Kelley

Recent Developments in the Law Affecting Professionals, Officers, and Directors
Don A. Lesser, Christopher R. Moore, Michael R. Solomon, and Richard A. Jackson

Recent Developments in Property Insurance Law
Andrew B. Downs, Susan B. Harwood, David R. Lane, Stephen P. Pate, and Christopher L. Troy

Recent Developments in Public Regulation of Insurance Law
Nicholas Thompson and John O. Moore

Recent Developments Affecting Self-insurers and Risk Managers
Kevin D. Smith and RoseMarie R. Horvath

Recent Developments in Seniors' Law
Julie A. Braun and Cheryl C. Mitchell

Recent Developments in Title Insurance Law
Thomas R. McGrath and Michael C. Patton

Recent Developments in Toxic Tort Law
Anthony Vale

Recent Developments in Trial Techniques
Steven R. Pounian and Jacqueline M. James

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