20 Am. Bus. L.J. [i] (1982-1983)

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AMERICAN BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL


VOLUME 20             SPRING 1982            NUMBER 1

                         Articles
Cost-Benefit Analysis vs. Feasibility Analysis: The Contro-
  versy Resolved in the Cotton Dust Case ..............
  ................................ W esley  A. Cann, Jr.  1
Seniority, Recession, and Affirmative Action: The Challenge
  for Collective Bargaining ........... William A. Wines 37
Cash Tender Offers and Mandated Disclosure..........
  ......................L. Thomas Bowers              59
Fair Dismissal Procedures for Non-Union Employees ....
   ....................................... P aul L ansing
                                    Richard Pegnetter 75
                        Comments
The Patentability of Living Organisms, Diamond v. Chakra-
  barty, 447 U.S. 303 (1980) .............. Gary S. Watson  93
Freedom of Speech in Private Employment: Overcoming the
  State Action Problem, Rozier v. St. Mary's Hospital, 88 Ill.
  App. 3d 994, 411 N.E.2d 50 (1980) .... George E. Stevens 102
The Cruel Trilemma: Sexual Harassment Under Title VII
  and the Tangible Job Benefit, Bundy v. Jackson, 641 F.2d 934
  (D.C. Cir. 1981) .................. George E. Stevens 109
                      Book Reviews
Anderson: Government and Business, 4th Edition ........
   ................................ Charles J. Hartmann  119
Ashcraft & Ashcraft: College Law for Business, 9th Edition
   ........................James R. Bliss 122
Howell: The Complete Guide to Business Contracts .......
   ................................ M ichael J. Sovansky  124
Howell: Estate Planning for the Small Business Owner ...
   .....      ...................... W. Alfred Mukatis  125

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