Volume 17, Issue 1, Fall 1987
Artists' Rights: Should Maryland Grant Moral Rights?
Eric C. Schneider
Casenotes: Family Law — Joint Custody — a Trial Court Has the Authority to Award Joint Custody under Its Equity Powers, but Should Consider a Variety of Factors before Determining That a Joint Custody Award Is Appropriate. Taylor v. Taylor, 306 Md. 290, 508 A.2d 964 (1986)
Casenotes: Constitutional Criminal Procedure — Self-Incrimination — Court May Compel Witnesses to Testify before a Grand Jury Who Are Immune from Prosecution in the United States, but Amenable to Prosecution in a Foreign Jurisdiction. United States v. Under Seal, 794 F.2d 920 (4th Cir.), cert. denied, 107 S. Ct. 331 (1986)
Ellen Beth Berkow
Casenotes: Landlord — Tenant — Tenant Has a Claim against Landlord for Breach of Quiet Enjoyment Leading to Constructive Eviction When Landlord Fails to Enforce a Provision in Another Tenant's Lease That Bars Excessive Noise. Bocchini v. Gorn Management Co., 69 Md. App. 1, 515 A.2d 1179 (1986)
Susan Schuppner Sands