Volume 5, Issue 2 (1968)
The Omnibus Hearing-An Experiment in Federal Criminal Discovery
Edwin L. Miller Jr.
Chapter XIII of the Bankruptcy Act: As Maine Goes, So Should the Nation
Ronald L. Fein and Richard Peter Sax
Administrative Regulations - Medically Indigent Must be Eliminated From "Medi-Cal" Before Health and Welfare Agency May Reduce Minimum Services To Recipients of Public Assistance; Before Omitting any Medical Service, Regulations Must Make Proportionate Reductions in all Services. Morris v. Williams (Cal. 1967).
John W. Driscoll
Conflict of Laws - Measure of Damages in Wrongful Death Action Determined by Law of State Having Greatest Interest in Issue of Damages, Not by Law of Place of Injury. Reich v. Purcell (Cal. 1967).
Donald R. Worley
Conflict of Laws - Where Jurisdiction Is Based on Diversity of Citizenship, Federal Courts Faced With Questionable State Precedent May Make Anticipatory Pronouncements of State Law. Riess v. Murichison (9th Cir. 1967).
James W. Street
Constitutional Law - Public Transit District Must Accept Controversial Advertising; Opening of "Public Forum" Requires State Agency To Give Equal Access To Means of Expression. Wirta v. Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District (Cal. 1967).
Irwin L. Schroeder
Criminal Procedure - Gambler’s Claim of Self-Incrimination Provides Complete Defense To Prosecution for Violation of Federal Wagering Tax Statutes. Marchetti v. United States (U.S. 1968).
Donald Ernest Wrighton
Jurisdiction - Annulments–Interests of Domiciliary State Do not Preclude Non-Domiciliary Forum from Entertaining Annulment Action When Both Parties Are Present Before the Court. Whealten v. Whealten (Cal. 1967).
Laureen J. Gray
Labor Law - Labor-Management Relations Act, Section 14(c) and National Labor Policy Require Affirmative Declination by NLRB Before State May Assume Jurisdiction. Stryjewski v. Local 830, Brewery Distributor Drivers (Pa. 1967).
David L. McKenna