N.C. L. Rev.
No. 6 (1991)
Issue 6North Carolina Law Review
Equal Protection in Jury Selection - the Implementation of Batson v. Kentucky in North CarolinaPaul H. Schwartz
North Carolina Air Toxics RegulationsDeanna Schmitt
Indelible Ink in the Milk - Adoption of the Inclusionary Approach to Uncharged Misconduct Evidence in State v. CoffeyDouglas J. Brocker
State v. Strickland: Evening the Odds in Rape Trials - North Carolina Allows Expert Testimony on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to Disprove Victim ConsentLouis A. Trosch Jr.
Duke University v. St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co.: The Court of Appeals Brings Ambiguity to the Interpretation of Prefessional ServicesSamuel M. Taylor
Brown v. Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Co.: When Does Exhaustion of Policy Limits Terminate an Insurer's Duty to DefendChristine J. Wichers
Divorcing Public Policy from Economic Reality: The Fourth Circuit's Copyright Misuse Doctrine in Lasercomb America, Inc. v. ReynoldsScott A. Miskimon
Update on Contract Damages When the Landlord Breaches the Implied Warranty of Habitability: Surratt v. Newton and Allen v. SimmonsDaniel B. Hill
A Clear Judicial Day in North Carolina - Johnson v. Ruark Obstetrics Smooths the Way for Plaintiffs' Claims for Negligent Infliction of Emotional DistressTracy L. Hamrick
Ellis v. Northern Star Co.: Libel in a Business Setting Subject to Mandatory Treble Damages under North Carolina General Statutes Sections 75-1.1 and 75-16Paul M. Saraceni