Volume 3, Issue 1 (1966)
Subsection (e) of the Criminal Justice Act of 1964
Joe N. Turner
Arrest: The Decision to Take a Suspect Into Custody. By Wayne R. LaFave.
Phillip W. Johnson
Labor - Antitrust - Union Held to Forfeit Exemption From Sherman Anti-Trust Act by Agreeing with Employers in a Collective Bargaining Agreement to Impose Uniform Labor Standards on Other Unrepresented Employers. UMW v. Pennington; Union - Management Agreement Fixing Hours of Business Held Not a Violation of Sherman Anti-Trust Act. Local 189, Amalgamated Meat Cutters v. Jewel Tea Co. (U.S. 1965)
John J. McCabe Jr.
Constitutional Law - Federal Abstention Held Improper Where Criminal Prosecution is Threatened Under State Subversive Activities Statute to Discourage Plaintiffs from Continuing Civil Rights Activities. Dombrowski v. Pfister (U.S. 1965)
Gerald J. O'Neill
Federal Income Tax-Operating Loss Carryover As Defined in 1954 Int. Rev. Code Section 172 Will be Allowed Unless Specifically Prohibited by Sections 269 or 382 (a); Libson Shops Doctrine Not Authority for Cases Arising Under 1954 Code. Maxwell Hardware Co. v. Commissioner (9th Cir. 1965)
James W. Hodges
Community Property - California's Quasi - Community Property Legislation, Which Subjects Marital Property Acquired by a Spouse While Domiciled in Another State to Distribution According to the Discretion of the Trial Court Upon a Divorce Decree, Held Constitutional. Addison v. Addison (Cal. 1965)
Donald E. Studer
Libel and Slander - Qualified Privilege - A Mercantile Agency Relying on a Qualified Privilege as Defense to a Charge of Libel Must Reveal Its Sources of Information for the Purpose of Establishing Whether or Not There Was Probable Cause to Believe that the Allegedly Libelous Statement Was True. Stationers Corp. v. Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. (Cal. 1965)
J. Michael McDade