13 Am. Bus. L.J. [i] (1975-1976)

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    AMERICAN BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL

Volume 13                 Spring 1975                Number 1

                          Contents

                            Articles
U.C.C. 3-120: Legal Responsibility for Payable Through
    Drafts                                Jonathan D. Reiff   1
Professional Fee Schedules and the Sherman Act
                     Robert N. Corley and Richard J. Arnould 21
New Efforts Toward a Quieter Environment: The Noise
    Control Act of 1972
Walter Jensen, Jr., Duke Nordlinger Stem and Edward M. Mazze 45
Medical Malpractice Compensation-A Proposal
                   Ralph V. Switzer, Jr. and Teri E. Reynolds 65
Bayesian Probability: A Quantitative Technique for
    the Practicing Attorney                     Ben Weeks    83

          Comments and Case Notes Department
Readability of Business Law Texts
                      G. Kent Stearns and Maurice F. Villere 103
Judges as Accountants                       Terry L. Lantry 108

                 Book Review Department
Fleming, The Price of Perfect Justice    Robert I. Kutscher 119
Story & Ward, Perspectives of American Law George J. Siedel 122
Bonsignore, et al, Before the Law                Art Wolfe  124
Beckman, et al, Law for Business and Management
                                            Russell Decker  128
Landau, ed., Regulating New Drugs          George R. Wren   131
Books Received                          Gail Mck. Beckman   134


  Copyright 1975  by the American Business Law Association. All rights reserved except
that permission to quote portions of articles with credit is hereby given.

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