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2002 annual index.

Index by Subject

A

ACCOUNTANTS
News & trends: "Can investors seek accountability
  for accountants?" June, p 12
ADA
See Americans with Disabilities Act
ADEA
See Age Discrimination in Employment Act
AGE DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT
  ACT (ADEA)
See also Employment Law
Chemerinsky, Erwin, Supreme Court review:
  "Can plaintiffs make disparate-impact
  claims in age discrimination cases?" May,
  p 72
News & trends: "Supreme Court to consider
  disparate-impact claims in age bias cases,"
  Mar, p 74
News & trends: "`Younger' workers can sue
  under ADEA, Sixth Circuit finds," Oct, p 82
AGENT ORANGE
News & trends: "Second Circuit allows new
  Agent Orange suit despite class settlement,"
  Feb, p 91
ALLSTATE
News & trends: "Allstate adjuster practiced as
  an attorney, Washington Supreme Court
  rules," Aug, p 18
ALUMINUM BATS
News & trends: "Baseball pitchers in line of
  fire, jury decides; bat makers liable," May,
  p 12
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
  (ADA)
Brigham, Martin K. and Daniel Bencivenga,
  "How do you spell relief?" June, p 18
Chemerinsky, Erwin, Supreme Court review:
  "One defeat, one victory for civil rights
  plaintiffs," Mar, p 72
News & trends: "New Jersey high court rules
  that obese employee is handicapped," July,
  p 92
News & trends: "Seniority trumps ADA,
  Supreme Court rules," July, p 14
News & trends: "Tenth Circuit blocks attempt
  to narrow Rehabilitation Act in disability
  cases," Nov, p 88
APPELLATE ARGUMENT
Prendergast, Jean M., "Power at the podium,"
  July, p 49
APPELLATE BRIEFS
Greaney, John M., "Power of the pen," July,
  p 48
APPELLATE COURTS
News & trends: "Federal appellate courts tilt
  toward defendants, study finds," Mar, p 17
ARSENIC
News & trends: "As arsenic leaches, pressure
  builds on treated-wood industry," Nov, p 12
ASBESTOS
Loiacono, Kristin, Washington focus:
  "Asbestos revisited," Nov, p 11
ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE
  TECHNOLOGY
See also Cloning
News & trends: "Massachusetts grants inheritance
  rights to children conceived
  posthumously," Mar, p 77
News & trends: "Ninth Circuit bars inmate's
  plan to father child," Aug, p 75
ASSOCIATION OF TRIAL LAWYERS OF
  AMERICA (ATLA)
Alexander, Mary, President's page: "A call to
  action," Aug, p 9; "Make a difference,"
  Sept, p 9; "Smart searching," Nov, p 9;
  "Rising to the challenge of the 108th Congress,"
  Dec, p 9
"ATLA officers for 2002-2003," Sept, p 18
Boyle, Leo, President's page: "Changing of
  the guard," July, p 9; "A dangerous distortion,"
  Mar, p 9; "New rules and opportunities
  for campaign financing," May, p 9;
  "9-11 compensation fund is taking shape,"
  Feb, p 9
Humphrey, Elizabeth, Washington focus:
  "Forming friendships across the aisle,"
  Sept, p 11
Loiacono, Kristin, Washington focus: "Diversity
  in the ranks of ATLA," Aug, p 11
ATLA
See Association of Trial Lawyers of America
ATLA ENDOWMENT
See Robert L. Habush ATLA Endowment
ATLA EXCHANGE
Alexander, Mary, President's page: "Smart
  searching," Nov, p 9
ATLA PAC
Boyle, Leo, President's page: "New rules and
  opportunities for campaign financing,"
  May, p 9
AUTOMOBILES
See also Biomechanics, Black Box, Conversion
  Vans, Discovery Abuse, Driver
  Fatigue, Fuel Tanks, Road Hazards, Sudden
  Acceleration, Tires, Trucking Industry,
  Vehicle Fires
Ammons, Robert E., Susan E. Lister, and Vuk
  Stevan Vujasinovic, "Representing the `forgotten
  child,'" Nov, p28
Koehler, Karen K. and Michael D. Freeman,
  "Preparing witnesses in minor-impact
  soft-tissue auto cases," Jan, p 41
News & trends: "Insurance company may be
  held liable for damages in carjacking," Feb,
  p 95
News & trends: "New York allows drunk driver's
  widow to sue automaker," May, p 80
News & trends: "Plaintiffs win crashworthiness
  case in Florida high court," Mar, p 76
News & trends: "Sellers of `laundered lemons'
  forced to come clean," Apr, p 78
AVIATION
Robb, Gary C., "How to select and use aviation
  experts," Nov, p 18

B

BAD FAITH
Coleman, Terrence and Arnold Levinson,
  "Overcoming the `genuine-issue' rule in
  bad-faith cases," Mar, p 42
Darras, Frank N. and David T. Bamberger,
  "Disabling the disability carrier," June, p 48
News & trends: "Insurer cannot pay insured's
  adversary to replead covered claims as
  uncovered," June, p 84
BASEBALL BATS
See Aluminum Bats
BEDSORES
See Pressure Ulcers
BIOMECHANICS
Fariello, Sal, "Biomechanics: science or
  quackery?" Apr, p 46
BLACK BOX
Donnelly, Dennis, "Black box technology in
  the courtroom," Apr, p 41
BOOKS
Feb, p 76; Apr, p 66; June, p 66; July, p 84, 86;
  Aug, p 64; Sept, p 62; Dec, p 58
BRONCHOSCOPE
Jenner, Robert K., "The road to a recall," Nov,
  p 34
BUCKMAN CO. V. PLAINTIFFS' LEGAL
  COMMITTEE
Relkin, Ellen and Catherine T. Heacox, "An
  antidote to preemption," Feb, p 46
BURNOUT
Guyton, Samuel P., "Beating burnout: one
  lawyer's story," Jan, p 28

C

CAMPAIGN FINANCE
Boyle, Leo, President's page: "New rules and
  opportunities for campaign financing,"
  May, p 9
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
See Death Penalty
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
Domer, Thomas M., "winning workers' comp
  claims for carpal tunnel syndrome," June,
  p 28
CCA
See Chromated Copper Arsenate
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Loiacono, Kristin, Washington focus: "Fighting
  fire with facts," Dec, p 11
Loiacono, Kristin, Washington focus: "The
  state of the Chamber," Mar, p 11
CHEMICALS
See also Agent Orange, Chromated Copper
  Arsenate, Lead Paint, Prescription Drugs
News & trends: "Coming clean: workers sue
  computer chip makers over chemical
  exposures," Mar, p 12
CHILDREN
See also Inheritance, Lead Paint, Third-Party
  Visitation, Vaccines
Ammons, Robert E., Susan E. Lister, and Vuk
  Stevan Vujasinovic, "Representing the `forgotten
  child,'" Nov, p 28
Bradley, Craig M., Supreme Court review:
  "Protecting children--and free speech,"
  July, p 80
Keenan, Don C., "When a child is your client,"
  Sept, p 38
News & trends: "Federal judge rules Connecticut
  juvenile justice system violates
  kids' constitutional rights," May, p 83
News & trends: "Parent cannot contract away
  child's right to sue," Feb, p 96
News & trends: "Parent cannot sign away
  child's rights, Colorado court rules," Sept,
  p 82
"Winning for children: Interview with Marcia
  Robinson Lowry and Ira Lustbader,"
  Feb, p 58
CHROMATED COPPER ARSENATE
  (CCA)
News & trends: "As arsenic leaches, pressure
  builds on treated-wood industry," Nov, p 12
CIVIL RIGHTS
See also Age Discrimination in Employment
  Act, Americans with Disabilities Act,
  Employment Law, Equal Employment
  Opportunity Commission, First Amendment,
  Fourteenth Amendment, Fourth
  Amendment, Race Bias, Racial Profiling,
  Second Amendment, Seventh Amendment,
  Sexual Harassment, Sixth Amendment,
  Slavery Reparations, Sovereign
  Immunity, Title VII
Chemerinsky, Erwin, Supreme Court review:
  "A plaintiff-friendly standard for civil rights
  cases," Sept, p 64
McFadden, Monica, "The `aha' moment:
  Breaking a wall of silence," Dec, p 47
News & trends: "Ninth Circuit bars inmate's
  plan to father child," Aug, p 75
Vail, John, "One year later: Civil rights now,"
  Sept, p 59
CLASS ACTIONS
See also Agent Orange, Predatory Lending,
  Products Liability, Toxic Mold
"ATLA Policy on class actions," Feb, p 27
News & trends: "Changes to class action
  rules get nod from Judicial Conference,"
  Dec, p 68
News & trends: "Doctors' suit against HMOs
  certified as class action; patients' class
  denied," Dec, p 62
News & trends: "Task force criticizes auctions
  in class action cases," Feb, p 95
Rooks, James E. Jr., "Rewriting the rules for
  class actions," Feb, p 18
CLERGY
Serbin, Richard, "When clergy fail their
  flocks," May, p 34
CLIENT RELATIONS
See also Mediation
Bryant, Susan, "How to bridge the culture
  gap," Aug, p 42
Keenan, Don C., "When a child is your client,"
  Sept, p 38
Leighton, John Elliott, "A world of words
  comes to court," Aug, p 20
Mallen, Ronald E. and Thomas P. Sukiwicz,
  "Protect yourself from suit," May, p 42
CLONING
  Durrell, Justine, "Can the law handle human
  cloning?" Oct, p 24
News & trends: "Can Congress beat the
  cloning clock?" Apr, p 74
COLLATERAL SOURCE RULE
Rallo, Douglas, "Insurance write-offs and the
  collateral source rule," Sept, p 42
COMMUNICATION
See also Client Relations, Defamation, E-mail,
  Linguistic Minorities, Nonverbal
  Communication, Speaking & Writing
Karton, Joshua, "On paper v. in person," July,
  p26
Miller, Philip H., "Sway them with stories,"
  July, p 18
Ogborn, Murray, "Bringing the case to life,"
  Jan, p 57
COMPUTER ANIMATION
Fox, Gary D., "Animate your medical negligence
  case," July, p 40
COMPUTER CHIP MANUFACTURERS
News & trends: "Coming clean: workers sue
  computer chip makers over chemical
  exposures," Mar, p 12
CONFLICT OF INTEREST
Bradley, Craig M., Supreme Court review:
  "The right to unconflicted counsel," June,
  p62
News & trends: "Attorney's conflict of interest
  imputed to law firm, Iowa court rules,"
  Dec, p 64
CONSTRUCTION
Jackson, Gary W. and Fred W. DeVore III,
  "When bad houses make good cases," Nov,
  p 65
News & trends: "Something rotten in synthetic
  stucco, suits claim," Apr, p 12
CONVERSION VANS
Gilbert, Jim and Stuart A. Ollanik, "The dangerous
  deception of conversion vans," Apr,
  p 18
CORPORATE MISCONDUCT
Alexander, Mary, President's page: "Corporate
  greed," Oct, p 9
COX-2 INHIBITORS
News & trends: "New Cox-2 pain relievers are
  marketing marvel, not miracle drugs,"
  Oct, p 12
CRASHWORTHINESS
News & trends: "Plaintiffs win crashworthiness
  case in Florida high court," Mar, p 76
CREDIT CARDS
News & trends: "Credit cardholder may sue
  bank for bait-and-switch tactics, Third Circuit
  rules," Apr, p 79
CRIMINAL LAW
See also Death Penalty, Fourth Amendment,
  Sixth Amendment, Three-Strikes Laws
News & trends: "After a traffic stop, police can
  make unrelated arrests, New York high
  court says," Mar, p 79
News & trends: "More insurance coverage,
  criminal penalties seen in lead-paint
  cases," Mar, p 82
News & trends: "Second Circuit sets standard
  for involuntary medication of criminal
  defendants," July, p 96
CYBERSLANDER
See Defamation

D

DAMAGES
See also Generation X, Pain Management,
  Punitive Damages, September 11
Archuleta, Michael E.J. and Laurie M. Higginbotham,
  "How to protect damages in
  federal tort cases," Oct, p 66
Keenan, Don C., "When a child is your client,"
  Sept, p 38
Lawrence, Richard D., "What good will
  money do?" Sept, p 28
Peck, Robert S., "Caps on damages: adding
  injury to injury," Sept, p 20
Rallo, Douglas, "Insurance write-offs and the
  collateral source rule," Sept, p 42
Vesper, Thomas J. and Richard Orr, "Make
  time palpable by using per diem arguments,"
  Oct, p 59
Welch, Bryant L., "Draw a map through the
  desert," Sept, p 32
DAUBERT V. MERRELL DOW
  PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.
Apfel, Dov, "How to derail Daubert motions
  in obstetrical cases," May, p 48
News & trends: "Judges are gaining confidence
  in assessing expert evidence, study
  finds," Feb, p 92
DEATH PENALTY
Bradley, Craig M., Supreme Court review:
  "South Carolina's death penalty odyssey
  continues," Apr, p 68
DEFAMATION
McCormick, J. Burke and D. Alan Rudlin,
  "Zapped in cyberspace," Mar, p 32
DEMONSTRATIVE EVIDENCE
Choate, Mark, "Upgrade your products case
  with demonstrative evidence," July, p 44
Panish, Brian J. and Christine D. Spagnoli,
  "Take technology to trial," July, p 39
DEPRESSION
See also Family and Medical Leave Act
  (FMLA)
Welch, Bryant L., "Draw a map through the
  desert," Sept, p 32
DISABILITY
See also Americans with Disabilities Act
Darras, Frank N. and David T. Bamberger,
  "Disabling the disability carrier," June, p 48
DISCOVERY
See also Discovery Abuse, Requests for
  Admission
Edelstein, Stewart I., "Have new rules
  changed the boundaries of discovery?"
  Aug, p 50
News & trends: "Discovery subpoena to foreign
  witness is valid, Second Circuit rules,"
  Oct, p 81
DISCOVERY ABUSE
Jenner, Robert K., "How to attack discovery
  abuse," Feb, p 28
Komyatte, Paul J., "Hitting the wall in the discovery
  race," Mar, p 24
News & trends: "RICO lawsuit seeks punitive
  damages for GM's alleged discovery
  abuse," Apr, p 16
DISCOVERY RULE
News & trends: "Supreme Court rejects discovery
  rule in identity-theft case," Feb, p 16
Simon, Bruce L., "Save the case using the discovery
  rule," Feb, p 53
DISPARATE-IMPACT CLAIMS
Chemerinsky, Erwin, Supreme Court review:
  "Can plaintiffs make disparate-impact
  claims in age discrimination cases?" May,
  p 72
News & trends: "Supreme Court to consider
  disparate-impact claims in age bias cases,"
  Mar, p 74
DIVERSITY
See also Linguistic Minorities, Minority Attorneys,
  Racial Profiling
Bryant, Susan, "How to bridge the culture
  gap," Aug, p 42
Loiacono, Kristin, Washington focus: "Diversity
  in the halls of Congress," Aug, p 11;
  "Diversity in the ranks of ATLA," Aug, p 11
DIVORCE
See also Marital Torts
Friedlander, William S., "Exploring the Net
  impact on family law," June, p 56
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
News & trends: "Marital tort lawsuits can
  make abusers pay," Feb, p 12
DRIVER FATIGUE
Burns, Jeffrey A., "Asleep at the wheel?" Nov,
  p 58
DRUGS
See also Cox-2 Inhibitors, Generic Drugs,
  Pharmacy Negligence, Prescription Drugs,
  Propuisid, Rezulin
Bradley, Craig M., Supreme Court review:
  "Court gives school drug-testing an A,"
  Dec, p 56

E

EEOC
See Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
E-MAIL
See also Internet
News & trends: "Retrieving spouse's e-mail
  did not violate state wiretap law," Jan, p 76
EMOTIONAL DISTRESS
See Medical Negligence, Pain Management
EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT INCOME
  SECURITY ACT (ERISA)
DeBofsky, Mark D., "Significant decisions in
  ERISA litigation," Oct, p 51; "So you're
  stuck with ERISA ... Now what?" Oct, p 49
News & Trends: "Federal judges spar over
  whether ERISA allows punitive damages,"
  Nov, p 84
News & Trends: "Supreme Court approves
  state review of HMO decisions; Congress
  stalls," Sept, p 12
EMPLOYMENT LAW
See also Age Discrimination in Employment
  Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Equal
  Employment Opportunity Commission,
  Fair Labor Standards Act, Family and Medical
  Leave Act, Occupational Safety and
  Health Administration, Sexual Harassment,
  Title VII, Workers' Compensation,
  Workplace Safety
Brigham, Martin K. and Daniel Bencivenga,
  "How do you spell relief?" June, p 18
News & trends: "High Court lightens burden
  on employment discrimination plaintiffs,"
  May, p 82
News & trends: "Illegal immigrants not entitled
  to back pay, says divided Supreme
  Court," June, p 78
News & trends: "Tenth Circuit blocks attempt
  to narrow Rehabilitation Act in disability
  cases," Nov, p 88
News & trends: "Worker `too old' to receive
  benefits cannot claim discrimination,"
  Sept, p 79
Seymour, Richard T., "Pursuing punitive
  damages in job bias cases," July, p 64
ENRON
Loiacono, Kristin, Washington focus: "Enron
  and on and on ...," Apr, p 11
ENVIRONMENT
See also Chemicals, Radiation, Toxic Mold
News & trends: "Moratoria protecting Lake
  Tahoe are not takings," Aug, p 68
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
  COMMISSION (EEOC)
Chemerinsky, Erwin, Supreme Court review:
  "One defeat, one victory for civil rights
  plaintiffs," Mar, p 72
ERISA
See Employee Retirement Income Security
  Act
EVENT DATA RECORDER
See Black Box
EVIDENCE
See also Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals,
  Inc., Demonstrative Evidence,
  Discovery Abuse, Requests for Admission,
  Spoliation of Evidence
News & trends: "Colorado says OSHA violations
  admissible in lawsuit," Apr, p 80
News & trends: "Controversial study supports
  admissibility of handwriting," Nov, p 91
News & trends: "Judges are gaining confidence
  in assessing expert evidence, study
  finds," Feb, p 92
News & trends: "Lawyer discovers evidence at
  Internet auctions," Oct, p 81
News & trends: "Woman's sexual past not
  admissible in wrongful death suit," Apr,
  p 80
Peters, J. Douglas, "Evidence-based medicine
  in court," July, p 74
EXPERTS
See also Biomechanics, Daubert v. Merrell
  Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Medical
  Research, Witnesses
News & trends: "Judges are gaining confidence
  in assessing expert evidence, study
  finds," Feb, p 92
News & trends: "Negligence claim against
  experts is not frivolous," Aug, p 73
News & trends: "North Carolina court rejects
  `reform' rule requiring expert review of
  med-mal claims," Jan, p 12
Robb, Gary C., "How to select and use aviation
  experts," Nov, p 18

F

FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT (FLSA)
News & trends: "Lawyers work overtime on
  wage-and-hour suits," May, p 80
FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT
  (FMLA)
Brigham, Martin K. and Daniel Bencivenga,
  "How do you spell relief?" June, p 18
News & trends: "FMLA allows time off for
  employee to care for depressed parent,"
  July, p 98
News & trends: "States not immune from
  Family and Medical Leave Act liability,
  Ninth Circuit rules," Apr, p 74
FAMILY LAW
See also Assisted Reproductive Technology,
  Children, Domestic Violence, Family and
  Medical Leave Act, Inheritance, Marital
  Torts, Third-Party Visitation
Friedlander, William S., "Exploring the Net
  impact on family law," June, p 56
FEDERAL COURTS
See also Federal Tort Claims Act, Federalism
News & trends: "Federal appellate courts tilt
  toward defendants, study finds," Mar, p 17
FEDERAL RULES OF CIVIL
  PROCEDURE
See also Class Actions
Edelstein, Stewart I., "Have new rules
  changed the boundaries of discovery?"
  Aug, p 50
FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT (FTCA)
Archuleta, Michael E.J. and Laurie M. Higginbotham,
  "How to protect damages in
  federal tort cases," Oct, p 66
FEDERALISM
Vairo, Georgene M., "Trends in federalism
  and their implications for state courts,"
  Nov, p 48
FIFTH AMENDMENT
News & trends: "Moratoria protecting Lake
  Tahoe are not takings," Aug, p 68
FINANCE
See Accountants, Campaign Finance, Credit
  Cards, Predatory Lending, Qualified Settlement
  Funds, Structured Settlements
FIRES
See Vehicle Fires
FIRESTONE
News & trends: "Foreign rollover cases
  can stay in U.S. court, judge rules,"
  June, p 87
News & trends: "Safety groups sue over tire
  pressure regulation," Sept, p 17
FIRST AMENDMENT
Bradley, Craig M., Supreme Court review:
  "Protecting children--and free speech,"
  July, p 80
Chemerinsky, Erwin, Supreme Court review:
  "Judicial elections and the First Amendment,"
  Nov, p 78
FLSA
See Fair Labor Standards Act
FMLA
See Family and Medical leave Act
FORD
News & trends: "Foreign rollover cases
  can stay in U.S. court, judge rules,"
  June, p 87
FOREIGN PLAINTIFFS
News & trends: "Foreign rollover cases
  can stay in U.S. court, judge rules,"
  June, p 87
News & trends: "U.S. corporations can be held
  liable for human rights abuses abroad,
  Ninth Circuit rules," Dec, p 62
FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT
News & trends: "Federal judge rules Connecticut
  juvenile justice system violates
  kids' constitutional rights," May, p 83
FOURTH AMENDMENT
Bradley, Craig M., Supreme Court review:
  "Court gives school drug-testing an A,"
  Dec, p 56; "The Court's curious consent
  search doctrine," Oct, p 72; "The Court's
  new approach to the Fourth Amendment,"
  Feb, p 82
News & trends: "After a traffic stop, police can
  make unrelated arrests, New York high
  court says," Mar, p 79
Rudovsky, David, "Breaking the pattern of
  racial profiling," Aug, p 28
FTCA
See Federal Tort Claims Act
FUEL TANKS
Emison, J. Kent, "When motorists get
  burned," Apr, p 24

G

GENERATION X
News & trends: "Generation X generous with
  damages, study shows," Sept, p 80
GENERIC DRUGS
News & trends: "States join fight against drug
  companies for keeping generics off the
  market," Nov, p 88
`GENUINE-ISSUE' RULE
Coleman, Terrence and Arnold Levinson,
  "Overcoming the `genuine-issue' rule in
  bad-faith cases," Mar, p 42
GOOD COUNSEL
Jan, p 72; Feb, p 98; Apr, p 70; May, p 74; June,
  p 114; Sept, p 72; Oct, p 76; Nov, p 82; Dec,
  p60
GOOD SAMARITAN LAW
News & trends: "New Jersey Good Samaritan
  law does not immunize emergency room
  doctors," Aug, p 74
GUNS
News & trends: "City can sue gun makers
  under public-nuisance theory," Sept, p 82
News & trends: "Courts issue conflicting decisions
  in public-entity cases against gun
  industry," Feb, p 88
News & trends: "Illinois appeals court
  upholds public-nuisance claim in gun
  case," Apr, p 76
News & trends: "Restraining order restricts
  gun rights, Fifth Circuit rules," Jan, p 75

H

HANDWRITING ANALYSIS
News & trends: "Controversial study supports
  admissibility of handwriting," Nov, p 91
HATFIELD-MCCOY FEUD
News & trends: "Hatfield-McCoy feud goes to
  the graves," June, p 81
HEALTH CARE
See Cloning, Damages, Employee Retirement
  Income Security Act, Family and
  Medical Leave Act, Generic Drugs, Health
  Care Records, Health Maintenance Organizations,
  Hospitals, Insurance, Medical
  Devices, Medical Negligence, Medical
  Records, Nursing Homes, Pain Management,
  Patients' Bill of Rights, Prescription
  Drugs, Privacy, Subrogation, Vaccines
HEALTH CARE RECORDS
"Health care records: books open to abuse:
  Interview with Joanne Hustead," Oct, p 42
HEALTH MAINTENANCE
  ORGANIZATIONS (HMO)
Loiacono, Kristin, Washington focus: "Under
  the radar," May, p 11
News & trends: "Doctors' suit against HMOs
  certified as class action; patients' class
  denied," Dec, p 62
News & trends: "Latest decisions in RICO lawsuits
  against HMOs offer good and bad
  news for plaintiffs," June, p 16
News & trends: "Physician suits against
  HMOs target unfair business practices,"
  Sept, p 16
News & trends: "Supreme Court approves
  state review of HMO decisions; Congress
  stalls," Sept, p 12
HMO
See Health Maintenance Organizations S
HOME OFFICE
See Telecommuting
HOSPITALS
Gustafson, James W. Jr. and Thomas D. Masterson,
  "Suing the hospital when Super-doc
  falls," May, p 18
News & trends: "Hospitals, doctors may be
  liable for contractors' negligence," Oct, p 78

I

IDENTITY THEFT
News & trends: "Supreme Court rejects discovery
  rule in identity-theft case," Feb, p 16
INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS
News & trends: "Hospitals, doctors may be
  liable for contractors' negligence," Oct, p 78
INADEQUATE SECURITY
Gerson, Philip M. and Edward S. Schwartz,
  "When negligence leads to crime," Dec,
  p18
Harris, John A., "Finding a remedy for
  renters," Dec, p 38
News & trends: "Bank shootings could have
  been avoided, Florida jury finds," June, p 87
Sakis, Jason R. and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Violence
  at work," Dec, p 32
INFORMED CONSENT
See Medical Negligence, Pain Management
INHERITANCE
News & trends: "Massachusetts grants inheritance
  rights to children conceived
  posthumously," Mar, p 77
INSURANCE
See also Allstate, Bad Faith, Disability,
  Employee Retirement Income Security
  Act, Health Care, Health Maintenance
  Organizations, Medical Negligence, State
  Farm
Murphy, Wendy J., "Keeping your client covered,"
  Mar, p 48
News & trends: "California high court extends
  insurer liability," Jan, p 78
News & trends: "Florida requires disclosure
  of insured clients' rights," July, p 16
News & trends: "Insurance company may be
  held liable for damages in carjacking," Feb,
  p 95
News & trends: "Insurer cannot pay insured's
  adversary to replead covered claims as
  uncovered," June, p 84
News & trends: "More insurance coverage,
  criminal penalties seen in lead-paint
  cases," Mar, p 82
Rallo, Douglas, "Insurance write-offs and the
  collateral source rule," Sept, p 42
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
News & trends: "First Circuit to review Massachusetts
  tobacco law," Jan, p 79
INTERNET
See also E-mail, Internet Auctions, Online
  Research, Pornography, Translation
Friedlander, William S., "Exploring the Net
  impact on family law," June, p 56
McCormick, J. Burke and D. Alan Rudlin,
  "Zapped in cyberspace," Mar, p 32
INTERNET AUCTIONS
News & trends: "Lawyer discovers evidence at
  Internet auctions," Oct, p 81
INTENTIONAL TORTS
See also Bad Faith, Defamation, Discovery
  Abuse, Whistleblower Cases
Murphy, Wendy J., "Keeping your client covered,"
  Mar, p 48
INTERPRETERS
See Linguistic Minorities

J

JUDICIAL CONFERENCE OF THE
  UNITED STATES
News & trends: "Changes to class action rules
  get nod from Judicial Conference," Dec,
  p 68
JURIES
See also Damages, Generation X
News & trends: "Court considers proposals to
  improve Florida jury system," May, p 85
News & trends: "New center to focus on
  improving jury system," Apr, p 82
Pillersdorf, Gary B., "One year later: The new
  juror," Sept, p 57

L

LASER EYE SURGERY
News & trends: "Arizona verdict for pilot provides
  lessons on Lasik," Aug, p 70
LAW OFFICE MANAGEMENT
  See Law Office Technology, Legal Profession,
  Small Office Practice
LAW OFFICE TECHNOLOGY
See also Online Research, Software
Bernstein, Paul, "Better advocacy through
  technology," Jan, p 23; "Making your technology
  investment pay off," Feb, p 74;
  "New word-processing and file-access
  basics," Apr, p 64; "Pick a powerful Palm,"
  May, p 66; "True confessions--computing
  `goofs' to learn by," June, p 74
Flaming, Todd, "Is your word processor spilling
  secrets to your opponent?" Sept, p 69
Harding, John E., "Making home work," Mar,
  p 70
LEAD PAINT
News & trends: "More insurance coverage,
  criminal penalties seen in lead-paint
  cases," Mar, p 82
LEGAL MALPRACTICE
Mallen, Ronald E. and Thomas P. Sukiwicz,
  "A checklist for evaluating risk," May, p 47;
  "Protect yourself from suit," May, p 42
LEGAL PROFESSION
See also Legal Malpractice, Model Rules of
  Professional Conduct
Aronfeld, Spencer, Reflections: "For love or
  money: the challenge of doing good while
  doing well," Jan, p 67
Guyton, Samuel P., "Beating burnout: one
  lawyer's story," Jan, p 28
Letters, Aug, p 12
Porter, Rebecca, "Lawyers on the big screen,"
  Mar, p 54
Rosier, Michael, "Barriers at the bar: Interview
  with Michael Rosier," Aug, p 38
Symposium: "One year later," Sept, p 54; "Silver
  linings," May, p 60
LETTERS
Aug, p 12
LINGUISTIC MINORITIES
Leighton, John Elliott, "A world of words
  comes to court," Aug, p 20
LOAN SCAMS
"Helping consumers skirt scams: Interview
  with Odette Williamson," Apr, p 58
LOW-SPEED COLLISIONS
See also Biomechanics
Koehler, Karen K. and Michael D. Freeman,
  "Preparing witnesses in minor-impact
  soft-tissue auto cases," Jan, p 41

M

MANDATORY ARBITRATION
Chemerinsky, Erwin, Supreme Court review:
  "One defeat, one victory for civil rights
  plaintiffs," Mar, p 72
Loiacono, Kristin, Washington focus: "Congress
  tackles mandatory arbitration," July,
  p 11
News & trends: "Fourth Circuit throws out
  biased arbitration agreement," Aug, p 68
News & trends: "North Carolina court rejects
  arbitration without consent," May, p 17
MARITAL TORTS
News & trends: "Marital tort lawsuits can
  make abusers pay," Feb, p 12
MASS TORTS
See Class Actions, Discovery Abuse, Products
  Liability, Statute of Limitations, Toxic
  Mold
MEDIATION
Blitman, Bruce A, Reflections: "Ten steps to a
  successful mediation," Sept, p 66
MEDICAID
See Subrogration
MEDICAL DEVICES
Jenner, Robert K., "The road to a recall," Nov,
  p 34
MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE
See also Laser Eye Surgery, Nursing Homes,
  Obstetrical Negligence, Patients' Bill of
  Rights, Pharmacy Negligence
Boyle, Leo, President's page: "The truth about
  medical malpractice," Apr, p 9; "This is not
  a drill!" June, p 9
Fox, Gary D., "Animate your medical negligence
  case," July, p 40
Furrow, Barry R., "Failure to treat pain: no
  more excuses," Oct, p 32
Gustafson, James W. Jr. and Thomas D. Masterson,
  "Suing the hospital when Super
  doc falls," May, p 18
Loiacono, Kristin, Washington focus: "Medical
  malpractice bill unveiled," June, p 11
News & trends: "Arizona verdict for pilot provides
  lessons on Lasik," Aug, p 70
News & trends: "Hospitals, doctors may be
  liable for contractors' negligence," Oct, p 78
News & trends: "New Jersey Good Samaritan
  law does not immunize emergency room
  doctors," Aug, p 74
News & trends: "North Carolina court rejects
  `reform' rule requiring expert review of
  reed-mal claims," Jan, p 12
MEDICAL RECORDS
"Health care records: books open to abuse:
  Interview with Joanne Hustead," Oct, p 42
Nixon, Leslie, "The `aha' moment: Elementary,
  my dear Watson," Dec, p 54
MEDICAL RESEARCH
Peters, J. Douglas, "Evidence-based medicine
  in court," July, p 74
MEDICARE
See Subrogation
MENTAL ILLNESS
See Depression
MERCURY
Loiacono, Kristin, Washington focus: "Grand
  illusion," Oct, p 11
News & trends: "Child-vaccine preservative
  prompts surge in mercury-poisoning
  claims," Aug, p 14
MINOR-IMPACT SOFT-TISSUE CASES
  (MIST)
Koehler, Karen K. and Michael D. Freeman,
  "Preparing witnesses in minor-impact
  soft-tissue auto cases," Jan, p 41
MINORITIES
See Linguistic Minorities, Minority Attorneys,
  Race Bias, Racial Profiling
MINORITY ATTORNEYS
"Barriers at the bar: Interview with Michael
  Rosier," Aug, p 38
MIST
See Minor-Impact Soft-Tissue Cases
`MISUSE' DEFENSE
Dell'Osso, Daniel, "Avoiding the `misuse'
  defense in products cases," Feb, p 68
MODEL RULES OF PROFESSIONAL
  CONDUCT
News & trends: "Massachusetts rules out
  attorney sanctions for ex parte contact,"
  May, p 76
MOLD
See Stucco, Toxic Mold
MORTGAGES
See Predatory Lending
MOTIONS IN LIMINE
Kandyba, Mary Louise, "The `aha' moment:
  Going though the motions," Dec, p 52
MOVIES
Letters, Aug, p 12
Porter, Rebecca, "From the video vault,"
  Mar, p 58; "Lawyers on the big screen,"
  Mar, p54

N

NATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATION
"Barriers at the bar: Interview with Michael
  Rosier," Aug, p 38
NEGLIGENCE
See Accountants, Clergy, Hospitals, Legal
  Malpractice, Medical Negligence, Nursing
  Homes, Obstetrical Negligence, Pharmacy
  Negligence, Professional Negligence
NEGLIGENCE WAIVERS
  News & trends: "Parent cannot sign away
  child's rights, Colorado court rules," Sept,
  p 82
NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION
Milford, Lee Stapleton, "Every gesture tells a
  story," Mar, p 63
NURSING HOMES
News & trends: "Nursing home resident
  abuse underreported and unpunished,"
  July, p 12
Rice, Cheryl G., "Wound care and nursing
  home liability," Nov, p 42

O

OBSTETRICAL NEGLIGENCE
Apfel, Dov, "How to derail Daubert motions
  in obstetrical cases," May, p 48
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
  ADMINISTRATION (OSHA)
News & trends: "Colorado says OSHA violations
  admissible in lawsuit," Apr, p 80
ONLINE RESEARCH
Adams, Kerry L., "Online research strategies
  for the bookish lawyer," Aug, p 58
OPENING STATEMENT
Perdue, Jim M., "Starting strong," July, p 34
OSHA
See Occupational Safety and Health Administration

P

PAIN MANAGEMENT
See also Cox-2 Inhibitors
Furrow, Barry R., "Failure to treat pain: no
  more excuses," Oct, p 32
PALM
See Personal Digital Assistant
PATIENTS' BILL OF RIGHTS
Boyle, Leo, President's page: "Patients still
  need rights," Jan, p 9
Loiacono, Kristin, Washington focus: "Will
  there be a meaningful patients' bill in
  2002?" Feb, p 11
PDA
See Personal Digital Assistant
PER DIEM
Vesper, Thomas J. and Richard Orr, "Make
  time palpable by using per diem arguments,"
  Oct, p 59
PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSISTANT (PDA)
Bernstein, Paul, Law office technology: "Pick
  a powerful Palm," May, p 66
PERSUASION
See Appellate Argument, Appellate Briefs,
  Communication, Demonstrative Evidence,
  Opening Statement, Storytelling,
  Speaking & Writing
PHARMACY NEGLIGENCE
McClellan, Frank M., "Reading the Rx right is
  not enough," May, p 26
POLLUTION
See Toxic Mold
PORNOGRAPHY
Bradley, Craig M., Supreme Court review:
  "Protecting children--and free speech,"
  July, p 80
PORTER, REBECCA
Letters, Aug, p 12
PREDATORY LENDING
"Helping consumers skirt scams: Interview
  with Odette Williamson," Apr, p 58
News & trends: "Household, Citigroup agree
  to record settlements in predatory-lending
  cases," Dec, p 67
PREEMPTION
Relkin, Ellen and Catherine T. Heacox, "An
  antidote to preemption," Feb, p 46
PREMISES LIABILITY
See also Inadequate Security, Lead Paint, Slip
  and Fall
News & trends: "Parent cannot sign away
  child's rights, Colorado court rules," Sept,
  p 82
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
See also Cox-2 Inhibitors, Pain Management,
  Propulsid, Rezulin, Vaccines
McClellan, Frank M., "Reading the Rx right is
  not enough," May, p 26
News & trends: "States join fight against drug
  companies for keeping generics off the
  market," Nov, p 88
PRESIDENT'S PAGE
Alexander, Mary, "A call to action," Aug, p 9;
  "Corporate greed," Oct, p 9; "Make a difference,"
  Sept, p 9; "Smart searching,"
  Nov, p 9; "Rising to the challenge of the
  108th Congress," Dec, p 9
Boyle, Leo, "Changing of the guard," July, p
  9; "A dangerous distortion," Mar, p 9; "New
  rules and opportunities for campaign
  financing," May, p 9; "9-11 compensation
  fund is taking shape," Feb, p 9; "Patients
  still need rights," Jan, p 9; "This is not a
  drill!" June, p 9; "The truth about medical
  malpractice," Apr, p 9
PRESSURE-TREATED WOOD
News & trends: "As arsenic leaches, pressure
  builds on treated-wood industry," Nov,
  p 12
PRESSURE ULCERS
Rice, Cheryl G., "Wound care and nursing
  home liability," Nov, p 42
PRIVACY
See also Identity Theft, Secret Settlements
  "Health care records: books open to abuse:
  Interview with Joanne Hustead," Oct, p 42
News & trends: "Military personnel can sue
  for invasion of privacy," May, p 84
News & trends: "Retrieving spouse's e-mail
  did not violate state wiretap law,"
  Jan, p 76
PRO BONO
See Trial Lawyers Care
PRODUCTS LIABILITY
See also Agent Orange, Aluminum Bats, Automobiles,
  Aviation, Black Box, Buckman Co.
  v. Plaintiffs' Legal Committee, Conversion
  Vans, Cox-2 Inhibitors, Crashworthiness,
  Fuel Tanks, Guns, Medical Devices, `Misuse'
  Defense, Pressure-Treated Wood, Propulsid,
  Rezulin, Seat Belts, Security, Stucco, Sudden
  Acceleration, Tires, Tobacco, Vaccines
Choate, Mark, "Upgrade your products case
  with demonstrative evidence," July, p 44
McCallister, Gary D., "Ensuring safety after
  the sale," Nov, p 38
PROFESSIONAL NEGLIGENCE
See also Accountants, Clergy, Legal Malpractice,
  Medical Negligence, Obstetrical Negligence,
  Pharmacy Negligence
News & trends: "Negligence claim against
  experts is not frivolous," Aug, p 73
PROPERTY
News & trends: "Moratoria protecting Lake
  Tahoe are not takings," Aug, p 68
PROPULSID
News & trends: "State court rejects Propulsid
  class; plaintiff lawyers unbowed," July, p 90
PSYCHIATRY
See Depression
PSYCHODRAMA
Trine, William A., "Discover the client's story
  with psychodrama," July, p 22
PUNITIVE DAMAGES
News & Trends: "Federal judges spar over
  whether ERISA allows punitive damages,"
  Nov, p 84
Seymour, Richard T., "Pursuing punitive
  damages in job bias cases," July, p 64

Q

QUALIFIED IMMUNITY
Chemerinsky, Erwin, Supreme Court review:
  "A plaintiff-friendly standard for civil rights
  cases," Sept, p 64
QUALIFIED SETTLEMENT FUNDS
  (QSF)
McNay, Don and William Garmer, "Is a qualified
  settlement fund right for your client?"
  Jan, p 62
QUOTES
Jan, p 100; Feb, p 120; Mar, p 104; Apr, p 104;
  May, p 108; June, p 108; July, p 120; Aug,
  p 96, Sept, p 96; Oct, p 108; Nov, p 112;
  Dec, p 100
QSF
See Qualified Settlement Funds

R

RACE BIAS
See also Racial Profiling
News & trends: "Increased use of 1866 law
  seen in race bias cases," Jan, p 16
RACIAL PROFILING
Rudovsky, David, "Breaking the pattern of
  racial profiling," Aug, p 28
RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND
  CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS ACT
  (RICO)
News & trends: "Doctors' suit against HMOs
  certified as class action; plaintiffs' class
  denied," Dec, p 62
News & trends: "Latest decisions in RICO lawsuits
  against HMOs offer good and bad
  news for plaintiffs," June, p 16
News & trends: "RICO lawsuit seeks punitive
  damages for GM's alleged discovery
  abuse," Apr, p 16
RADIATION
News & trends: "Ninth Circuit revives radiation-exposure
  litigation," Sept, p 74
RECREATION
See Aluminum Bats, Negligence Waivers
REFLECTIONS
Aronfeld, Spencer, "For love or money: the
  challenge of doing good while doing well,"
  Jan, p 67
Blitman, Bruce A., "Ten steps to a successful
  mediation," Sept, p 66
Kinnard, Randall L., "Less is more in trial,"
  May, p 68
Wolf, Peter H., "Humor in the court," Feb,
  p 79
REQUESTS FOR ADMISSION
Long, J. Franklin, "How to make combined
  discovery requests," Apr, p 56; "Jump-start
  your case with requests for admission,"
  Apr, p 54; "What to ask the defendant to
  admit," Apr, p 55
RESEARCH
See Online Research, Medical Research
REZULIN
News & trends: "Jury finds Rezulin manufacturer
  acted with `malice,'" Mar, p 74
RICO
See Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations
  Act
ROAD HAZARDS
Christensen, Dan, "Paving the way for a road
  hazard case," Jan, p 46
ROBERT L. HABUSH ATLA
  ENDOWMENT
"The Robert L. Habush ATLA Endowment:
  donor profiles," Nov, p 72

S

SCHOOLS
Bradley, Craig M., Supreme Court review:
  "Court gives school drug-testing an A,"
  Dec, p 56
News & trends: "The bully pulpit: post-Columbine,
  harassment victims take
  schools to court," Dec, p 12
News & trends: "Teacher assailed in student
  newspaper wins harassment suit against
  school district," June, p 80
SCIENCE
See Assisted Reproductive Technology, Biomechanics,
  Cloning, Daubert v. Merrell
  Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Medical
  Research, Technology
SEARCH & SEIZURE
Bradley, Craig M., Supreme Court review:
  "Court gives school drug-testing an A,"
  Dec, p 56; "The Court's curious consent
  search doctrine," Oct, p 72; "The Court's
  new approach to the Fourth Amendment,"
  Feb, p 82
SEAT BELTS
Ammons, Robert E., Susan E. Lister, and Vuk
  Stevan Vujasinovic, "Representing the `forgotten
  child,'" Nov, p 28
SECOND AMENDMENT
News & trends: "Restraining order restricts
  gun rights, Fifth Circuit rules," Jan, p 75
SECRET SETTLEMENTS
News & trends: "South Carolina federal
  judges ban secret settlements; other jurisdictions
  may follow," Nov, p 17
SECURITY
News & trends: "Bank shootings could have
  been avoided, Florida jury finds," June, p 87
SEPTEMBER 11
See also Trial Lawyers Care (TLC), Victim
  Compensation Fund
Symposium: "One year later," Sept, p 54
SETTLEMENT
See Qualified Settlement Funds, Secret Settlements,
  Structured Settlements
SEVENTH AMENDMENT
Peck, Robert S., "Caps on damages: adding
  injury to injury," Sept, p 20
SEXUAL HARASSMENT
News & trends: "Second Circuit extends
  boundaries of `work environment' under
  Title VII," Mar, p 81
News & trends: "Staring may constitute sexual
  harassment, California court rules,"
  Jan, p 77
News & trends: "Teacher assailed in student
  newspaper wins harassment suit against
  school district," June, p 80
SIXTH AMENDMENT
Bradley, Craig M., Supreme Court review:
  "The right to unconflicted counsel," June,
  p62
SLAVERY REPARATIONS
News & trends: "Suits bring debate over slavery
  reparations into the courtroom," Dec,
  p 68
SLIP AND FALL
Karns, Robert T., "Experts put your slip-and-fall
  case on solid ground," Dec, p 26
SMALL OFFICE PRACTICE
Kenner, Nancy E. and Sylvester James, "A
  team model for handling cases in the small
  office," Jan, p 18
SOCIAL SECURITY ACT (SSA)
Brigham, Martin K. and Daniel Bencivenga,
  "How do you spell relief?" June, p 18
SOFTWARE
See also Telecommuting
Bernstein, Paul, Law office technology: "New
  word-processing and file-access basics,"
  Apr, p 64
Flaming, Todd, Law office technology: "Is
  your word processor spilling secrets to
  your opponent?" Sept, p 69
Richman, Howard S., "Store it with software,"
  Jan, p 34
SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY
See also Family and Medical Leave Act,
  Schools
Chemerinsky, Erwin, Supreme Court review:
  "Court continues to focus on sovereign
  immunity," Aug, p 66
News & trends: "Supreme Court further expands
  state sovereign immunity," May, p 15
SPEAKING & WRITING
See also Appellate Argument, Appellate Briefs,
  Communication, Opening Statement,
  Storytelling
Goodfriend, Anne, "Let a pro polish your
  prose," Feb, p 86
Schiess, Wayne, "Writing effective letters to
  opposing counsel," June, p 70
SPOLIATION OF EVIDENCE
News & trends: "Third party can be sued for
  spoliation of evidence," Feb, p 96
SSA
See Social Security Act
STALKING
News & trends: "Interstate stalking ban survives
  constitutional challenge in Sixth Circuit,"
  July, p 90
STATE COURTS
Vairo, Georgene M., "Trends in federalism
  and their implications for state courts,"
  Nov, p 48
STATE FARM
News & trends: "Utah high court reinstates
  punitive award for State Farm's `egregious'
  misconduct," Feb, p 14
STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
Simon, Bruce L., "Save the case using the discovery
  rule," Feb, p 53
STORYTELLING
See also Psychodrama
Miller, Philip H., "Sway them with stories,"
  July, p 18
STRUCTURED SETTLEMENTS
News & trends: "New federal law protects sellers
  of structured settlement payments,"
  Apr, p 72
STUCCO
News & trends: "Something rotten in synthetic
  stucco, suits claim," Apr, p 12
SUBROGATION
Henretta, J. Thomas, "Subrogration traps for
  vulnerable plaintiffs," Oct, p 18
SUDDEN ACCELERATION
Brinkley, Christopher L., "Put the brakes on
  runaway-vehicle defenses," Apr, p 32
SUICIDE
See Depression
SUPREME COURT
See Buckman Co. v. Plaintiffs' Legal Committee,
  Discovery Rule, Disparate-Impact
  Claims, Supreme Court Review
SUPREME COURT REVIEW
Bradley, Craig M., "Court gives school drug-testing
  an A," Dec, p 56; "The Court's curious
  consent search doctrine," Oct, p 72;
  "The Court's new approach to the Fourth
  Amendment," Feb, p 82; "Protecting children--and
  free speech," July, p 80; "The
  right to unconflicted counsel," June, p 62;
  "South Carolina's death penalty odyssey
  continues," Apr, p 68
Chemerinsky, Erwin, "Can plaintiffs make
  disparate-impact claims in age discrimination
  cases?" May, p 72; "Court continues
  to focus on sovereign immunity," Aug,
  p 66; "Judicial elections and the First
  Amendment," Nov, p 78; "One defeat, one
  victory for civil rights plaintiffs," Mar, p 72;
  "A plaintiff-friendly standard for civil rights
  cases," Sept, p 64; "Raising constitutional
  doubts," Jan, p 68

T

TAKINGS
News & trends: "First Circuit to review Massachusetts
  tobacco law," Jan, p 79
News & trends: "Moratoria protecting Lake
  Tahoe are not takings," Aug, p 68
TECHNOLOGY
See also Assisted Reproductive Technology,
  Computer Animation, Computer Chip
  Manufacturers, Law Office Technology,
  Personal Digital Assistant, Software
Panish, Brian J. and Christine D. Spagnoli,
  "Take technology to trial," July, p 39
TELECOMMUTING
Goluboff, Nicole Belson, "Workplace safety
  and the telecommuter," June, p 36
Harding, John E., Law office technology:
  "Making home work," Mar, p 70
TERRORISM
See September 11, Victim Compensation
  Fund
THIMEROSAL
See Vaccines
THIRD-PARTY VISITATION
News & trends: "Child's-rights issue improperly
  decided in visitation case," July, p 99
News & trends: "A child's rights may guide
  third-party visitation cases; courts continue
  to diverge," Jan, p 17
THREE-STRIKES LAWS
News & trends: "Florida appeals court rules
  three-strikes law unconstitutional," Apr,
  p 81
News & trends: "Ninth Circuit cries foul on
  three-strikes sentence," Jan, p 14
TIRES
News & trends: "Foreign rollover cases can
  stay in U.S. court, judge rules," June, p 87
News & trends: "Safety groups sue over tire
  pressure regulation," Sept, p 17
TITLE VII
News & trends: "Second Circuit extends
  boundaries of `work environment' under
  Title VII," Mar, p 81
TLC
See Trial Lawyers Care
TOBACCO
News & trends: "California high court limits
  immunity for Big Tobacco," Oct, p 84
News & trends: "First Circuit to review Massachusetts
  tobacco law," Jan, p 79
News & trends: "Philip Morris puffed up low-tar
  cigarette claims, jury finds," June, p 78
Wivell, Martha K., "The `aha' moment: Key to
  the tobacco fortress," Dec, p 45
TORT `REFORM'
Alexander, Mary, President's Page: "Corporate
  greed," Oct, p 9; "Rising to the challenge
  of the 108th Congress," Dec, p 9
Boyle, Leo, President's Page: "This is not a
  drill!" June, p 9
Loiacono, Kristin, Washington focus: "Medical
  malpractice bill unveiled," June, p 11;
  "The state of the Chamber," Mar, p 11
News & trends: "North Carolina court rejects
  `reform' rule requiring expert review of
  med-mal claims," Jan, p 12
Rooks, James E. Jr., "Rewriting the rules for
  class actions," Feb, p 18
TOXIC MOLD
See also Stucco
Withey, Michael E., "When mold spreads to
  masses," Feb, p 36
TOXIC TORTS
See Agent Orange, Arsenic, Asbestos, Chemicals,
  Lead Paint, Radiation, Toxic Mold
TRANSLATION
See also Linguistic Minorities
Leighton, John Elliott, "Check out translation
  help online," Aug, p 22; "Word problems,"
  Aug, p 24
TRIAL
News & trends: "TRIAL wins two awards,"
  Sept, p 85
TRIAL LAWYERS CARE (TLC)
"`All they want to do is help': Interview with Leo
  Boyle and David Gordenstein," July, p 56
Boyle, Leo, President's page: "9-11 compensation
  fund is taking shape," Feb, p 9
Stewart, Larry, Trial Lawyers Care: "A progress
  report from TLC's president," July, p 8
TRIAL TECHNIQUES
See also Communication, Nonverbal Communication,
  Opening Statement, Storytelling,
  Witnesses
Kinnard, Randall L., Reflections: "Less is
  more in trial," May, p 68
TRUCKING INDUSTRY
Burns, Jeffrey A., "Asleep at the wheel?" Nov,
  p 58

V

VACCINES
Loiacono, Kristin, Washington focus: "Grand
  illusion," Oct, p 11
News & trends: "Child-vaccine preservative
  prompts surge in mercury-poisoning
  claims," Aug, p 14
VANS
See Conversion Vans
VAWA
See Violence Against Women Act
VEHICLE FIRES
Emison, J. Kent, "When motorists get
  burned," Apr, p 24
VICTIM COMPENSATION FUND
See also September 11
"`All they want to do is help': Interview with Leo
  Boyle and David Gordenstein," July, p 56
Boyle, Leo, President's page: "A dangerous
  distortion," Mar, p 9; "9-11 compensation
  fund is taking shape," Feb, p 9
Loiacono, Kristin, Washington focus: "Congress
  scrutinizes charity disparity," Jan, p 11
VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT
  (VAWA)
News & trends: "Interstate stalking ban survives
  constitutional challenge in Sixth Circuit,"
  July, p 90

W

WASHINGTON FOCUS
Humphrey, Elizabeth, "Forming friendships
  across the aisle," Sept, p 11
Loiacono, Kristin, "Asbestos revisited," Nov,
  p 11; "Congress scrutinizes charity disparity,"
  Jan, p 11; "Congress tackles
  mandatory arbitration," July, p 11; "Diversity
  in the halls of Congress," Aug, p 11;
  "Enron and on and on ..., "Apr, p 11;
  "Grand illusion," Oct, p 11; "Medical malpractice
  bill unveiled," June, p 11; "The
  state of the Chamber," Mar, p 11; "Under
  the radar," May, p 11; "Will there be a
  meaningful patients' bill in 2002?" Feb,
  p 11; "Fighting fire with facts," Dec, p 11
WHISTLEBLOWER CASES
Kohn, Stephen M., "Proving motive in
  whistleblower cases," Mar, p 18
WITNESSES
See also Experts
Koehler, Karen K. and Michael D. Freeman,
  "Preparing witnesses in minor-impact
  soft-tissue auto cases," Jan, p 41
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
See also Telecommuting
Ahem, Ann-Marie, "Fight back against retaliation,"
  June, p 45
Brigham, Martin K. and Daniel Bencivenga,
  "How do you spell relief?" June, p 18
Domer, Thomas M., "Winning worker's comp
  claims for carpal tunnel syndrome," June,
  p 28
WORKPLACE SAFETY
See also Occupational Health and Safety
  Administration
Goluboff, Nicole Belson, "Workplace safety
  and the telecommuter," June, p 36
News & trends: "California clarifies third-party
  liability for workplace injuries," May,
  p 76
News & trends: "U.S. corporations can be held
  liable for human rights abuses abroad,
  Ninth Circuit rules," Dec, p 62
Sakis, Jason R. and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Violence
  at work," Dec, p 32
Sheff, Douglas K., "The `aha' moment: A cold
  day in January," Dec, p 46
WRONGFUL DEATH
News & trends: "Woman's sexual past not
  admissible in wrongful death suit," Apr,
  p 80

Index by Author

A

ADAMS, KERRY L.
"Online research strategies for the bookish
  lawyer," Aug, p 58
AHERN, ANN-MARIE
  "Fight back against retaliation," June, p 45
ALEXANDER, MARY
President's page: "A call to action," Aug, p 9;
  "Corporate greed," Oct, p 9; "Make a difference,"
  Sept, p 9; "Smart searching,"
  Nov, p 9; "Rising to the challenge of the
  108th Congress," Dec, p 9
AMMONS, ROBERT E.
and Susan E. Lister and Vuk Stevan Vujasinovic,
  "Representing the `forgotten child,'"
  Nov, p 28
APFEL, DOV
"How to derail Daubert motions in obstetrical
  cases," May, p 48
ARCHULETA, MICHAEL E.J.
and Laurie M. Higginbotham, "How to protect
  damages in federal tort cases," Oct,
  p 66
ARONFELD, SPENCER
Reflections: "For love or money: the challenge
  of doing good while doing well," Jan, p 67

B

BAMBERGER, DAVID T.
Frank N. Darras and David T. Bamberger,
  "Disabling the disability carrier," June,
  p 48
BENCIVENGA, DANIEL
Martin K. Brigham and Daniel Bencivenga,
  "How do you spell relief?" June, p 18
BERNSTEIN, PAUL
"Better advocacy through technology," Jan,
  p 23
Law office technology: "Making your technology
  investment pay off," Feb, p 74;
  "New word-processing and file-access
  basics," Apr, p 64; "Picking a powerful
  Palm," May, p 66; "True confessions--computing
  `goofs' to learn by," June, p 74
BLITMAN, BRUCE A.
Reflections: "Ten steps to a successful mediation,"
  Sept, p 66
BOYLE, LEO
and David Gordenstein, "`All they want to do
  is help': Interview with Leo Boyle and
  David Gordenstein," July, p 56
President's page: "Changing of the guard,"
  July, p 9; "A dangerous distortion," Mar,
  p 9; "New rules and opportunities for
  campaign financing," May, p 9; "9-11
  compensation fund is taking shape," Feb,
  p 9; "Patients still need rights," Jan, p 9;
  "The truth about medical malpractice,"
  Apr, p 9; "This is not a drill!" June, p 9
BRADLEY, CRAIG M.
Supreme Court review: "Court gives school
  drug-testing an A," Dec, p 56; "The Court's
  curious consent search doctrine," Oct,
  p 72; "The Court's new approach to the
  Fourth Amendment," Feb, p 82; "Protecting
  children--and free speech," July, p 80;
  "The right to unconflicted counsel," June,
  p 62; "South Carolina's death penalty
  odyssey continues," Apr, p 68
BRIGHAM, MARTIN K.
and Daniel Bencivenga, "How do you spell
  relief?" June, p 18
BRINKLEY, CHRISTOPHER L.
"Put the brakes on runaway-vehicle
  defenses," Apr, p 32
BROWNSTEIN, ANDREW
News & trends: Sept, p 17, 80; Oct, p 82; Nov,
  p 84, 91; Dec, p 12, 68
BRYANT, SUSAN
  "How to bridge the culture gap," Aug, p 42
BURNS, JEFFREY A.
"Asleep at the wheel?" Nov, p 58

C

CHEMERINSKY, ERWIN
Supreme Court review: "Can plaintiffs make
  disparate-impact claims in age discrimination
  cases?" May, p 72; "Court continues
  to focus on sovereign immunity,"
  Aug, p 66; "Judicial elections and the First
  Amendment," Nov, p 78; "One defeat, one
  victory for civil rights plaintiffs," Mar, p 72;
  "A plaintiff-friendly standard for civil
  rights cases," Sept, p 64; "Raising constitutional
  doubts," Jan, p 68
CHOATE, MARK
"Upgrade your products case with demonstrative
  evidence," July, p 44
CHRISTENSEN, DAN
  "Paving the way for a road hazard case," Jan,
  p46
COLEMAN, TERRENCE
and Arnold Levinson, "Overcoming the `genuine-issue'
  rule in bad-faith cases," Mar,
  p42

D

DARRAS, FRANK N.
and David T. Bamberger, "Disabling the disability
  carrier," June, p 48
DEBOFSKY, MARK D.
"Significant decisions in ERISA litigation,"
  Oct, p 51; "So you're stuck with ERISA ...
  Now what?" Oct, p 49
DELUOSSO, DANIEL
"Avoiding the `misuse' defense in products
  cases," Feb, p 68
DEVORE, FRED W. III
Gary W. Jackson and Fred W. DeVore III,
  "When bad houses make good cases," Nov,
  p 65
DOMER, THOMAS M.
"Winning workers' comp claims for carpal
  tunnel syndrome," June, p 28
DONNELLY, DENNIS
"Black box technology in the courtroom,"
  Apr, p 41
DURRELL, JUSTINE
"Can the law handle human cloning?" Oct,
  p 24

E

EDELSTEIN, STEWART I.
"Have new rules changed the boundaries of
  discovery?" Aug, p 50
EMISON, J. KENT
"When motorists get burned," Apr, p 24

F

FARIELLO, SAL
"Biomechanics: science or quackery?" Apr,
  p46
FEIGES, LYNNE STERN
Book review, Feb, p 77
FLAMING, TODD
Law office technology: "Is your word processor
  spilling secrets to your opponent?"
  Sept, p 69
FOX, GARY D.
"Animate your medical negligence case," July,
  p 40
FREEMAN, MICHAEL D.
Karen K. Koehler and Michael D. Freeman,
  "Preparing witnesses in minor-impact
  soft-tissue auto cases," Jan; p 41
FRIEDLANDER, WILLIAM S.
"Exploring the Net impact tm family law,"
  June, p 56
FURROW, BARRY R.
"Failure to treat pain: no more excuses," Oct,
  p 32

G

GARMER, WILLIAM
Don McNay and William Garmer, "Is a qualified
  settlement fund right for your client?"
  Jan, p 62
GARNETT, RICHARD W.
Book review, June, p 66
GERSON, PHILIP M.
and Edward S. Schwartz, "When negligence
  leads to crime," Dec, p 18
GILBERT, JIM
and Stuart A. Ollanik, "The dangerous deception
  of conversion vans," Apr, p 18
GOLUBOFF, NICOLE BELSON
  "Workplace safety and the telecommuter,"
  June, p 36
GOODFRIEND, ANNE
Speaking & writing: "Let a pro polish your
  prose," Feb, p 86
GORDENSTEIN, DAVID
Leo Boyle and David Gordenstein, "`All they
  want to do is help': Interview with Leo
  Boyle and David Gordenstein," July, p 56
GREANEY, JOHN M.
"Power of the pen," July, p 48
GUSTAFSON, JAMES W.
and Thomas D. Masterson, "Suing the hospital
  when Superdoc falls," May, p 18
GUYTON, SAMUEL P.
"Beating burnout: one lawyer's story," Jan, p 28

H

HAILEY, RICH
"Silver linings: Ensuring a safer future," May,
  p 61
HARDING, JOHN E.
Law office technology: "Making home work,"
  Mar, p 70
HARRIS, JOHN A.
"Finding a remedy for renters," Dec, p 38
HEACOX, CATHERINE T.
Ellen Relkin and Catherine T. Heacox, "An
  antidote to preemption," Feb, p 46
HELLWEGE, JEAN
Book review, July, p 84
News & trends: Feb, p 88; Mar, p 12; Apr, p 72;
  May, p 83; June, p 16; July, p 90; Aug, p 14;
  Sept, p 74; Nov, p 88; Dec, p 62
HENRETTA, J. THOMAS
"Subrogation traps for vulnerable plaintiffs,"
  Oct, p 18
HIGGINBOTHAM, LAURIE M.
Michael E.J. Archuleta and Laurie M. Higginbotham,
  "How to protect damages in
  federal tort cases," Oct, p 66
HOLT, JANET L.
News & trends: Jan, p 12; Feb, p 14; Apr, p 78;
  May, p 15, 76; June, p 81; July, p 90, 92;
  Aug, p 68, 70; Sept, p 12; Oct, p 81, 84
HUMPHREY, ELIZABETH
Washington focus: "Forming friendships
  across the aisle," Sept, p 11
HUSTEAD, JOANNE
"Health care records: books open to abuse:
  Interview with Joanne Hustead," Oct, p 42

J

JACKSON, GARY W.
  and Fred W. DeVore III, "When bad houses
  make good cases," Nov, p 65
JAMES, SYLVESTER
Nancy E. Kenner and Sylvester James, "A
  team model for handling cases in the small
  office," Jan, p 18
JENNER, ROBERT K.
"How to attack discovery abuse," Feb, p 28
The road to a recall," Nov, p 34
JURAND, SARA HOFFMAN
News & trends: Jan, p 17; Feb, p 96; Mar, p 74;
  Apr, p 80, 82; May, p 85; June, p 78, 87; July,
  p 14, 99; Aug, p 73; Sept, p 16, 82; Oct,
  p 78, 81; Nov, p 12, 17; Dec, p 62, 67, 68

K

KANDYBA, MARY LOUISE
"The `aha' moment: Going through the
  motions," Dec, p 52
Book review, July, p 84
KARNS, ROBERT T.
"Experts put your slip-and-fall case on solid
  ground," Dec, p 26
KARTON, JOSHUA
"On paper v. in person," July, p 26
KEENAN, DON C.
"When a child is your client," Sept, p 38
KENNEDY, DANIEL B.
Jason R. Sakis and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Violence
  at work," Dec, p 32
KENNER, NANCY E.
and Sylvester James, "A team model for handling
  cases in the small office," Jan, p 18
KERR, BAINE
Book review, Dec, p 58
KINNARD, RANDALl, L.
Reflections: "Less is more in trial," May,
  p 68
KOEHLER, KAREN K.
and Michael D. Freeman, "Preparing witnesses
  in minor-impact soft-tissue auto
  cases," Jan, p 41
KOHN, STEPHEN M.
"Proving motive in whistleblower cases," Mar,
  p 18
KOMYATTE, PAUL J.
"Hitting the wall in the discovery race," Mar,
  p24

L

LAWRENCE, RICHARD D.
"What good will money do?" Sept, p 28
LEIGHTON, JOHN ELLIOTT
"Check out translation help online," Aug,
  p 22
"Word problems," Aug, p 24
"A world of words comes to court," Aug, p 20
LEVINSON, ARNOLD
Terrence Coleman and Arnold Levinson,
  "Overcoming the `genuine-issue' rule in
  bad-faith cases," Mar, p 42
LEVY, STEPHANIE
News & trends: Jan, p 76; Feb, p 96; Mar, p 81;
  Apr, p 74; May, p 80, 82; June, p 80, 84
LISTER, SUSAN E.
Robert E. Ammons, Susan E. Lister, and Vuk
  Stevan Vujasinovic, "Representing the `forgotten
  child,'" Nov, p 28
LOIACONO, KRISTIN
Washington focus: "Asbestos revisited," Nov,
  p 11; "Congress scrutinizes charity disparity,"
  Jan, p 11; "Congress tackles
  mandatory arbitration," July, p 11; "Diversity
  in the halls of Congress," Aug, p 11;
  "Diversity in the ranks of ATLA," Aug, p 11;
  "Enron and on and on ...," Apr, p 11;
  "Grand illusion," Oct, p 11; "Medical malpractice
  bill unveiled," June, p 11; "The
  state of the Chamber," Mar, p 11; "Under
  the radar," May, p 11; "Will there be a
  meaningful patients' bill in 2002?" Feb,
  p 11; "Fighting fire with facts," Dec, p 11
LONG, J. FRANKLIN
"How to make combined discovery requests,"
  Apr, p 56
"Jump-start your case with requests for
  admission," Apr, p 54
"What to ask the defendant to admit," Apr,
  p 55
LOWRY, MARCIA ROBINSON
and Ira Lustbader, "Winning for children:
  Interview with Marcia Robinson Lowry
  and Ira Lustbader," Feb, p 58
LUSTBADER, IRA
Marcia Robinson Lowry and Ira Lustbader,
  "Winning for children: Interview with
  Marcia Robinson Lowry and Ira Lustbader,"
  Feb, p 58

M

MAGNUSON, CAROLYN
Book review, Apr, p 66
News & trends: Jan, p 14, 79; Feb, p 12; Mar,
  p 74, 82; Apr, p 74, 76, 81; May, p 80
MALLEN, RONALD E.
and Thomas P. Sukowicz, "Protect yourself
  from suit," May, p 42
MANDELL, MARK
"Silver linings: Filling the void after a client's
  death," May, p 62
MASTERSON, THOMAS D.
James W. Gustafson Jr. and Thomas D. Masterson,
  "Suing the hospital when Super-doc
  falls," May, p 18
MCCALLISTER, GARY D.
"Ensuring safety after the sale," Nov, p 38
MCCLELLAN, FRANK M.
"Reading the Rx right is not enough," May,
  p 26
MCCORMICK, J. BURKE
  and D. Alan Rudlin, "Zapped in cyberspace,"
  Mar, p 32
MCFADDEN, MONICA
"The `aha' moment: Breaking a wall of
  silence," Dec, p 47
MCNAY, DON
and William Garmer, "Is a qualified settlement
  fund right for your client?" Jan, p 62
MILFORD, LEE STAPLETON
"Every gesture tells a story," Mar, p 63
MILLER, LAURA ARIANE
Book review, Aug, p 64
MILLER, PHILIP H.
"Sway them with stories," July, p 18
MURPHY, WENDY J.
"Keeping your client covered," Mar, p 48

N

NACE, BARRY J.
"Silver linings: Carrying the burden of proof,"
  May, p 65
NIXON, LESLIE C.
"The `aha' moment: Elementary, my dear
  Watson," Dec, p 54

O

OGBORN, MURRAY
"Bringing the case to life," Jan, p 57
OLLANIK, STUART A.
Jim Gilbert and Stuart A. Ollanik, "The dangerous
  deception of conversion vans," Apr,
  p 18
ORR, RICHARD
Thomas J. Vesper and Richard Orr, "Make
  time palpable by using per diem arguments,"
  Oct, p 59

P

PANISH, BRIAN J.
and Christine D. Spagnoli, "Take technology
  to trial," July, p 39
PECK, ROBERT S.
"Caps on damages: adding injury to injury,"
  Sept, p 20
PERDUE, JIM M.
"Starting strong," July, p 34
PESKIN, STEPHAN H.
"One year later: From my window," Sept, p 54
PETERS, J. DOUGLAS
"Evidence-based medicine in court," July,
  p 74
PILLERSDORF, GARY B.
"One year later: The new juror," Sept, p 57
PORTER, REBECCA
Book review, Sept, p 62
"From the video vault," Mar, p 58
"Lawyers on the big screen," Mar, p 54
News & trends: Feb, p 95; Apr, p 12; May, p 17,
  76; July, p 12; Aug, p 18, 74; Oct, p 12
PRENDERGAST, JEAN M.
"Power at the podium," July, p 49

R

RALLO, DOUGLAS
"Insurance write-offs and the collateral
  source rule," Sept, p 42
REICHERT, JENNIFER L.
  News & trends: Jan, p 75, 77; Feb, p 16, 91;
  Mar, p 77, 79; Apr, p 16, 79; May, p 12; June,
  p 78, 87; July, p 98; Aug, p 68; Sept, p 79;
  Dec, p 64
RELKIN, ELLEN
and Catherine T. Heacox, "An antidote to preemption,"
  Feb, p 46
RICE, CHERYL G.
"Wound care and nursing home liability,"
  Nov, p 42
RICHMAN, HOWARD S.
"Store it with software," Jan, p 34
ROBB, GARY C.
"How to select and use aviation experts," Nov,
  p 18
ROOKS, JAMES E. JR.
"Rewriting the rules for class actions," Feb,
  p 18
ROSIER, MICHAEL
"Barriers at the bar: Interview with Michael
  Rosier," Aug, p 38
RUDLIN, D. ALAN
J. Burke McCormick and D. Alan Rudlin,
  "Zapped in cyberspace," Mar, p 32
RUDOVSKY, DAVID
"Breaking the pattern of racial profiling,"
  Aug, p 28

S

SAKIS, JASON R.
and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Violence at work,"
  Dec, p 32
SCARLETT, THOMAS
Book review, July, p 86
News & trends: Jan, p 16, 78; Feb, p 95; Mar,
  p 17, 76; Apr, p 80; May, p 84; June, p 12;
  July, p 16, 96; Aug, p 75; Sept, p 82
SCHIESS, WAYNE
Speaking & writing: "Writing effective letters
  to opposing counsel," June, p 70
SCHWARTZ, EDWARD S.
Philip M. Gerson and Edward S. Schwartz,
  "When negligence leads to crime," Dec,
  p 18
SERBIN, RICHARD
  "When clergy fail their flocks," May, p 34
SEYMOUR, RICHARD T.
"Pursuing punitive damages in job bias
  cases," July, p 64
SHEFF, DOUGLAS K.
"The `aha' moment: A cold day in January,"
  Dec, p 46
SHOOP, JULIE GANNON
News & trends: Feb, p 92
SIMON, BRUCE L.
"Save the case using the discovery rule," Feb,
  p 53
SMALLEY, BERNARD W.
Book review, Dec, p 58
SPAGNOLI, CHRISTINE D.
Brian J. Panish and Christine D. Spagnoli,
  "Take technology to trial," July, p 39
STEWART, LARRY
Trial Lawyers Care: "A progress report from
  TLC's president," July, p 8
SUKOWICZ, THOMAS P.
Ronald E. Mallen and Thomas P. Sukowicz,
  "Protect yourself from suit," May, p 42
SZABO, VALERIE
Book review, Aug, p 64

T

TILSON, LEE
Book review, Apr, p 66
TRINE, WILLIAM A.
"Discover the client's story with psychodrama,"
  July, p 22

V

VAIL, JOHN
"One year later: Civil rights now," Sept,
  p 59
VAIRO, GEORGENE M.
"Trends in federalism and their implications
  for state courts," Nov, p 48
VESPER, THOMAS J.
and Richard Orr, "Make time palpable by
  using per diem arguments," Oct, p 59
VUJASINOVIC, VUK STEVAN
Robert E. Ammons, Susan E. Lister, and Vuk
  Stevan Vujasinovic, "Representing the `forgotten
  child,'" Nov, p 28

W

WAWROSE, SUSAN C.
Book review, Sept, p 62
WELCH, BRYANT L.
"Draw a map through the desert," Sept, p 32
WHITE, JEFFREY
Book review, Feb, p 76; June, p 67
WILLIAMSON, ODETTE
"Helping consumers skirt scams: Interview
  with Odette Williamson," Apr, p 58
WITHEY, MICHAEL E.
"When mold spreads to masses," Feb, p 36
WIVELL, MARTHA IL
"The `aha' moment: Key to the tobacco
  fortress," Dec, p 45
WOLF, PETER H.
Reflections: "Humor in the court," Feb, p 79

BOOKS REVIEWED

Burnett, D. Graham, A Trial by Jury, Feb,
  p 77
Dean, John W., The Rehnquist Choice, June,
  p 66
Dershowitz, Alan, Letters to a Young Lawyer,
  Apr, p 66
Deutsch, Laurence M., Medical Records for
  Attorneys, Apr, p 66
Dwyer, William L., In the Hands of the People,
  Feb, p 76
Grisham, John, The Summons, Aug, p 64
Kerr, Baine, Wrongful Death, July, p 84
Lescroat, John, The Oath, Dec, p 58
Levenson, Barry M., Habeas Codfish: Reflections
  on Food and the Law, July, p 84
Mundy, Alicia, Dispensing with the Truth,
  June, p 67
O'Connor, Sandra Day and H. Alan Day, Lazy
  B, July, p 84
Richmond, Jane N., Legal Writing: Form and
  Function, Sept, p 62
Shabel, Norman, God Knows No Heroes,
  Sept, p 62
Smith, Jock M. with Paul Hemphill, Climbing
  Jacob's Ladder, Dec, p 58
Vrato, Elizabeth, The Counselors, Aug, p 64
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