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VOLUME 29 SUMMER 2002 NUMBER 4


ARTICLES

* THE CONCEPT OF NATIONAL LAW AND THE RULE OF RECOGNITION
Melvin A. Eisenberg
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* THE CONTENT OF OUR CASEBOOKS: WHY DO CASES GET LITIGATED?
Samuel Issacharoff
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* THE NECESSITY OF REDEFINING SPOLIATION OF EVIDENCE REMEDIES IN FLORIDA
Robert D. Peltz
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COMMENTS

* APPROACHING REFORM: THE FUTURE OF MULTIJURISDICTIONAL PRACTICE IN TODAY'S LEGAL PROFESSION
Christine R. Davis
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* IS LEGISLATION THE ANSWER? AN ANALYSIS OF THE PROPOSED LEGISLATION FOR BUISNESS METHOD PATENTS
Russell A. Korn
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* BAD FAITH OR NO FAITH? FINDING A PLACE FOR WRONGFUL REFUSAL TO DEFEND IN FLORIDA'S BAD FAITH JURISPRUDENCE
Matthew D. Schultz
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