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Archive Issue - Vol. 59 No. 1 Spring 2006
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- Agriculture and the Polluter Pay Principle:An Introduction - Margaret R. Grossman - Article in PDF &
- The Polluter Pays Principle in Canadian Agriculture - Marie-Ann Bowden - Article in PDF
- The Polluter Pays Principle in European Community Law and its Impact on United Kingdom Farmers - Michael Cardwell- Article in PDF
- The Growth of Cost-Shifting in Response to the Rising Cost and Importance of Computerized Data in Litigation - Ross Chaffin - Article in PDF
- The Slippery Slope of Ski Tort Reform: Will the Judiciary Uphold Legislative Intent? - Jagger v. Mohawk Mountain Ski Area, Inc.- Joel Bulleigh - Article in PDF
- A Tarnished Golden Rule - Why Badillo v. Mid Century Insurance Co. Demands Further Clarification from the Oklahoma Supreme Court Regarding the Tort of Bad Faith - Andrew Kernan - Article in PDF
- The Missing Piece: The Forgotten Role of Testator Intent in the Application of the Doctrine of Dependent Relative Revocation in Oklahoma - Julia E. Swenton - Article in PDF