14 Am. Bus. L.J. [i] (1976-1977)

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     AMERICAN BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL



Volume 14                 Spring 1976                Number 1

                           Contents

                           Articles
Private Cause of Action for Unfair Competition
    Under the Lanham Act                    John R. Allison   1
Rules of Evidence and the Marketing Expert: Analysis of
    an Empirical Study Used in Court
                   John R. Goodwin and James M. Rovelstad    25
A Legal-Economic Dichotomy: Contribution to
    Failure in Regulatory Policy        Bartley A. Brennan   53
Benefit-Cost Analysis: Its Use (Misuse) in Evaluating
    Water Resource Projects                Paul E. Roberts   73

                   Comments and Case Notes
New Dimensions of Official Liability and
    Immunity                              Edwin W, Tucker    85
The Civil Jury-Modification or Abolition    Jan W Henkel    97
Due Process Constraints on Class Actions: Federal
    Rule of Civil Procedure 23               William Shaw   111
Neosegregation for the Metropolitan
    North                             Madelyn M. Huffmire   117

                         Book Reviews
Corley and Robert: Principles of
    Business Law                      Stanley J. Lieberman  129
Tindall: Multinational Enterprises    Hendrik Zwarensteyn   132
McLaughlin: The Executive Money
    Map                           William H. Daughtrey, Jr. 135


  Copyright 1976  by the American Business Law Association. All rights reserved ex-
cept that permission to quote portions of articles with credit is hereby given.

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