N.C. L. Rev.
No. 3 (2000)
Table of Contents--Issue 3North Carolina Law Review
The False Claims Act and the English Eradication of Qui Tam LegislationJ. Randy Beck
Stare Decisis in Economic Perspective: An Economic Analysis of the Supreme Court's Doctrine of PrecedentThomas R. Lee
Family Leave and the Gender Wage GapMichael Selmi
Confusion Worse Confounded: The North Carolina Residential Rental Agreements ActJohn V. Orth
Whose Malice Counts: Kolstad and the Limits of Vicarious Liability for Title VII Punitive DamagesAnn M. Anderson
State v. Pearson and State v. McClendon: Determining Reasonable, Articulable Suspicion from the Totality of the Circumstances in North CarolinaRobert G. Lindauer Jr.
The Uncertain Future of Limited Fund Settlement Class Actions in Mass Tort Litigation after Ortiz v. Fibreboard Corp.Matthew C. Stiegler