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The Third-Party Defense to Hazardous Waste Liability: Narrowing the Contractual Relationship Exception
(South Texas Law Review, 1987)
This article focuses on one of the defenses to CERCLA liability, specifically, the third-party defense set forth in section 107(b)(3) of the Act [CERCLA § 107(b)(3), 42 U.S.C. § 9607(b)(3) (1982)] ... The particular concern ...
Toxic Tort Remedies: The Case Against the "Superduper Fund" and Other Reform Prososals
(Baylor Law Review, 1986)
This Article joins the enormous and growing body of literature examining the need for reform of toxic tort remedies for cases of exposure to hazardous substances released into the environment. It is different from most ...
Finding Federalism in the Admiralty: "The Devil's Own Mess" Revisited
(Tulane Maritime Law Journal, 1988)
The federalism aspect of the United States Supreme Court's admiralty jurisprudence has long been adrift.' No feature of admiralty law illustrates the Court's difficulties in this regard better than maritime wrongful death ...