Volume 31, Number 2, Spring 2001
Sentence Enhancement Statute Does Not Permit Court to Use Time Spent in Pretrial Detention in Computing Statutory Predicate That Defendant Must Have Served "At Least One Term of Confinement of at Least 180 Days in a Correctional Institution."
Recent Developments: State Dep't of Assessment & Taxation v. N. Balt. Ctr.: A Nonprofit Organization Not Receiving Significant Private Donations May Be Eligible for a Charitable Properly Tax Exemption
Recent Developments: Temporary Staffing, Inc. v. J.J. Haines & Co.: Employer's Obligation to Pay Workers' Compensation Claims Is Determined by Contract between Temporary Staffing Agency and Employer
Scott H. Amey
Recent Developments: Werbowsky v. Collomb: Futility Exception Remains Applicable but Only Where Irreparable Harm Caused by a Demand or Direct Conflict Precluding Good Faith Is Clearly Demonstrated
Danielle C. Grilli