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Oklahoma Law Review

Archive Issue - Vol. 55 No. 3 Fall 2002

2002-2003 Masthead
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  • A Deadly Cure: the Supreme Court's Dangerous Medicine in Ferguson v. City of Charleston - George M. Dery - Article in HTML

Book Review

  • Who Cares? Why Bother?: What Jeff Powell and Mark Tushnet Have to Say to Each Other - William Brewbaker - Article in HTML


  • Punitive Damages: Cooper Industries v. Leatherman Tool Group: Will a Constitutional Objection to the Excessiveness of a Punitive Damages Award Save Defendants from Oklahoma's Punitive Damages Statute? - Amanda Maxfield - Article in HTML
  • Environmental Law: The Environmental Quality Act as Reservoir of Intent - A New Model of Agency Cooperation Springs Forth from the Clarification of Groundwater Law in Messer-Bowers Co. v. State ex rel. Oklahoma Water Resources Board - Darin Chardin Savage - Article in HTML


  • Contract Law: As Clear as Mud: The Demise of the Covenant Not to Compete in Oklahoma - Jeb Boatman - Article in HTML
  • Securities Regulation: Protecting Auditor Independence from Non-Audit Services -- An Evolving Standard - Mark Worden - Article in HTML