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STETSON LAW REVIEW - 17-1 Fall; (1987)

Volume 17 - Issue 1
Fall 1987

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Administrative Agencies And Judicial Control: Towards A Florida Abstention Doctrine Kathryn A. Vaughan  
Administrative Agencies And Judicial Control: Towards A Florida Abstention Doctrine Thomas J. Marks, Jr.  
Administrative Agencies And Judicial Control: Towards A Florida Abstention Doctrine David L. Dickson  
Florida's "Cold, Calculated and Premeditated" Aggravating Circumstance in Death Penalty Cases Jonathan Kennedy  
Florida Law and Feeding Tubes - The Right of Removal Rebecca Morgan   
The Transformation of the "Fireman's Rule" From A Limited Premise Liability Doctrine Into An Illogical Broad Barrier To Fair Compensation Robert D. Peltz   
Is a Statutory Ban On Wrongful Birth Actions Constitutional? Doris Bunnell   
Turning the Tables: Investor Liability Under Rule 10b-5 Marilyn Drivas  
Pregnancy Discrimination in Unemployment Benefits: Section 3304(a)(12) Merely an Antidiscrimination Provision H. Irene Higginbotham  
To Live or Die: A Qualified Right for Parents? Donna Gwynn Lutz  
Setting the Appropriate Standard for Punitive Damages in Florida Products Liability Cases Lorraine M. Sheehan  
Parental Rights Termination: Are the Interests of Parents, Children and the State Mutually Exclusive Carol Wicher Wood