109 W. Va. L. Rev. [i] (2006-2007)

handle is hein.journals/wvb109 and id is 1 raw text is: WEST VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW
Volume 109                      Fall 2006                     Number 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Enhancing the Senses: How Technological Advances
Shape Our View  of the Law  ............................................. Steven Goldberg  1
Shaffer's Footnote 36 ............................................ Arfstides Dfaz-Pedrosa  17
SENATOR ROBERT C. BYRD TRIBUTE ARTICLE
Robert C. Byrd and the Fourth Circuit Court of
Appeals: An Addendum Respecting Judge Robert
Bruce  K ing ...................................................................... M . Blane  M ichael  51
BOOK REVIEW
Institutional Professionalism for Lawyers: Realizing
the Virtues of Civic Professionalism ........................... Steven K. Berenson  67
STUDENT WORKS
A Tough Pill to Swallow: Does the First Amendment
Prohibit WV From Regulating Pharmaceutical
Companies' Advertising Expenses to Lower the Cost of
Prescription Drugs? ............................................. Brienne Taylor Greiner  107
Piercing the Corporate Veil in West Virginia: The
Extension of Laya to All Sophisticated Commercial
Entities ............................................................................... J. Jarrod  Jordan  141
Separation of Powers and the Governor's Office in
West Virginia: Advocating a More Deferential
Approach to the Chief Executive From the Judiciary ....Jason C. Pizatella  185
A Taking Without Just Compensation? The
Constitutionality of Amortization Provisions for
Nonconforming  Uses .......................................................... Julie R. Shank  225

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