47 Duq. L. Rev. [i] (2009)

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      Duquesne Law Review
             Volume 47, Number 1, Winter 2009
                  © DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY, 2008-2009

Articles

A PHARMACIST'S DUTY TO WARN:
PROMOTING THE ACCEPTANCE OF A CONSISTENT
LEGAL AND PROFESSIONAL STANDARD
Kimberly A. Burns & Alan R. Spies ............................................. 1

PRINCIPLED PREEMPTION IN AN AGE OF INTEREST
CONVERGENCE: PRESERVING THE DISTINCTION
BETWEEN PENNSYLVANIA'S ENVIRONMENTAL
REGULATION AND LOCAL LAND USE REGULATION
N ancy D. Perkins .......................................................................  27

TWO TO TANGO, ONE IN LIMBO: A COMPARATIVE
ANALYSIS OF FATHERS' RIGHTS IN INFANT ADOPTIONS
M argaret Ryznar .......................................................................  89

Comments

A CALL FOR UNIFORM APPLICATION OF THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT: DOES TITLE II
SUPPORT A CLAIM FOR EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION?
Christopher G. M urrer ................................................................. 115

THE DECISION IN AMERICAN COUNCIL OF THE
BLIND V. PAULSON: THE DEPARTMENT OF THE
TREASURY VIOLATED THE REHABILITATION ACT
BY FAILING TO ISSUE CURRENCY THAT WAS
READILY DISTINGUISHABLE BY THE
VISUALLY IMPAIRED
Jennifer Snyder ............................................................................ 133

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