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Honorable John T. Grant
(Creighton University Media Services, 1996)
First in the video oral history series of distinguished Nebraska lawyers in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Nebraka State Bar Association.
Second degree murder doctrine in Nebraska
Richard E. Shugrue, The Second Degree Murder Doctrine in Nebraska, 30 Creighton L. Rev. 29 (1996).
Severin article reviewed
Richard E. Shugrue, The Severin Article Reviewed, 10 Oncology 217 (1996) (reviewing Matthew J. Severin, Hereditary Cancer Litigation: A Status Report, 10 Oncology 211 (1996)).
During the past few decades, cancer patients have sued their physicians for negligence in diagnosing or managing their disease, based on the charge that the clinician failed to consider the patient's genealogy when trying ...
Supreme Court of the United States October Term 1995
Richard E. Shugrue & Krista D. Boston, The Supreme Court of the United States October Term 1995, in The 1996 Annual Institute on the Survey of Nebraska Law (NSBA Young Lawyers' Section & Univ. of Neb. Coll. of Law eds., 1996).
Criminal law: Principles and cases
Thomas J. Gardner & Terry M. Anderson, Criminal Law : Principles and Cases (6th ed. 1996).
Law's response to child abuse and neglect
Catherine M. Brooks, The Law's Response to Child Abuse and Neglect, in Law, Mental Health, and Mental Disorder (Bruce D. Sales & Daniel W. Shuman eds., 1996).
Home improvement? Home mortgages and the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1994
Marianne B. Culhane, Home Improvement? Home Mortgages and the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1994, 29 Creighton L. Rev. 467 (1996).
Daubert handbook: The case, its essential dilemma, and its progeny
G. Michael Fenner, The Daubert Handbook: The Case, Its Essential Dilemma, and Its Progeny, 29 Creighton L. Rev. 939 (1996).
This Article is about Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc. It is not about whether Daubert is a good decision or whether it is a bad decision, although, in my view, Daubert is a pretty good decision given the statute ...
Here's the real trouble with experts
G. Michael Fenner, Here's the Real Trouble with Experts, Creighton Law., Fall 1996, at 12.
"Here's the Real Trouble with Experts!" answers this question: Does it seem that experts have become a much bigger problem than they used to be? It seems so to me, and this piece explores what I see as the ten principal ...
Medical issues and their role in the complex workers' compensation claim
Carol C. Knoepfler, Medical Issues and Their Role in the Complex Workers’ Compensation Claim, in Advanced Workers' Compensation in Nebraska 33 (Nat’l Bus. Inst. ed., 1996).