Stetson Law Review - 1991

Volume 21 - Issue 1
Symposium: Corporate Malaise – Stakeholder Statutes: Cause or Cure?, Fall 1991

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Symposium: Corporate Malaise - Stakeholder Statutes: Cause or Cure? - Introduction Marleen A. O'Conner    
An Economic Analysis of the Various Rationales for Making Shareholders the Exclusive Beneficiaries of Corporate Fiduciary Duties Jonathan R. Macey    
Employees as Stakeholders Under State Nonshareholder Constituency Statutes Katherine Van Wezel Stone    
Corporate Constituencies in Western Europe Alfred F. Conard    
Playing with Fire: Nonshareholder Constituency Statutes in the 1990's James J. Hanks, Jr.    
Stockholders and Stakeholders Morey W. McDaniel    
The Proper Interpretation of Corporate Constituency Statutes and Formulation of Director Duties Steven M.H. Wallman    
Shareholders, Stakeholders, and Boards of Directors Nell Minor    
The Free Market Promotes Long-Term Efficiency That Benefits All Stakeholders Walter M. Cabot    
Fiduciary Duties and Stock Warrants: A Fine Distinction Between Shareholder Rights and Contract Rights Susan A. Barrett    
       

Volume 20 - Issue 3
Local Government Finance Symposium, Summer 1991

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The Historical Development of Constitutional Restraints on the Power of Florida Governmental Bodies to Borrow Money Joseph W. Little    
Tax-Exempt Redevelopment Financing in Florida David E. Cardwell    
Tax-Exempt Redevelopment Financing in Florida Harold R. Bucholtz    
Disclosure Responsibilities in Municipal Securities Offerings - Same Problems under SEC Rule 15c2-12 William J. Kiernan, Jr.    
Who Should Pay for Free Public Schools in an Expensive Society? Charles L. Siemon    
Who Should Pay for Free Public Schools in an Expensive Society? Michelle J. Zimet    
Financial Markets' Ability to Supply Bonding Funds: Tax-Exempt Bonds Will Be Issued, But Who Will Buy Them? J.W. Rayder    
Regulatory, Tax, and Investment Tools for Development Financing: The View from Several States Belden Hull Daniels    
Why County Public Financing Is Inadequate to Meet the Infrastructure Crisis John P. Thomas    
Fiscal Stress Among Local Governments: Definition, Measurement, and the State's Impact Mary Kay Falconer    
County Jail Expenditures in Florida: A Fiscal Impact Analysis Matthew S. Tansey    
Toward Principles of State Restraint Upon the Exercise of Municipal Power in Home Rule George D. Vaubel    
The Transmission in Line Siting Act - Balancing Power and People Lisa N. Mulhall    
The Public Trust Doctrine: A Tool for Abuse in the Hands of Local Governments? Susan H. Bingham    
Pulling the Nails Out of the Avellone Coffin: Should Excess Liability Coverage on a Self-Insurance Fund Constitute a Waiver of Sovereign Immunity? Robert L. Blank    
Bond Financing and the Referendum Requirement: Harmless Creative Financing or Assault on the Constitution? Patricia M. Lee    
In Croson's Wake - The Eleventh Circuit Weakens the Application of Strict Scrutiny to State and Local Affirmative Action Plans Janna D. Peters    
Qualified Immunity: Should a Judge or Jury Decide Who Prevails in the Battle Between Government Efficiency and Constitutional Rights? Paul D. Watson    
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Comprehensive Plan      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Condemnation - Impact Fees      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - County Government and Home Rule Powers      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Election Law      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Eminent Domain      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Governmental Tort and Contract Liability      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Government Antitrust      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Highways and Public Transportation      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Housing and Urban Renewal      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Labor Relations      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Land Use Planning and Zoning      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Ordinances and Regulations      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Public Education      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Public Employees      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Public Records and the Sunshine Law      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Section 1983 and Individual Rights      
Local Government Finance Symposium - Recent Developments - Taxation and Revenues      
       

Volume 20 - Issue 2
Spring 1991

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Punitive Damages in Arbitration E. Allan Farnsworth    
Reconciling the Barbier and Fahnestock Decisions in Light of Current Trends Allowing Arbitral Awards of Punitive Damages: An Addendum to Punitive Damages in Arbitration Adam Ross Littman    
The Legal Profession: Edging Closer to Death with Each Passing Hour Geri L. Waksler    
The Legal Profession: Edging Closer to Death with Each Passing Hour Elizabeth A. Kovachevich    
Unreasonable Expectations: The Supreme Court and the Fourth Amendment William Shepard McAninch    
Vested Rights: Establishing Predictability in a Changing Regulatory System Cathy M. Sellers    
Vested Rights: Establishing Predictability in a Changing Regulatory System Robert M. Rhodes    
Lawyers, Advocates of a Just Society Edward D. Re    
The Right to Forgo Life-Sustaining Procedures in Florida: Is Florida "Cruzan-Proof"? Scott Allan Frick    
Congressional Intent? Qualified Retirement Plan Benefits May or May Not Be Protected from Creditor's Claims in Bankruptcy Mark A. Haskins    
Standard Guaranty Insurance Co. v. Quanstrom: The Florida Supreme Court Deals a Crushing Blow to the Contingency Fee Multipliers in Tort and Contract Cases Michael J. Moore    
The Continued Demise of the Howey Test: The Supreme Court Adopts the 'Family Resemblance Test' for Identifying Notes as Securities Gene H. Williams