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Articles from Defense Counsel Journal (October 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
Be a defense lawyer: help your clients minimize losses. 1239
Calendar of legal organization meetings. Calendar 253
Chapter VI: exercise independent judgment. 587
Chapter VII: the duty to give information and the duty of confidentiality. 3374
Chapter VIII: settlement issues. 5316
Chapter XI: Appendix of forms. 2234
Extraterritoriality and punitive damages: is there a workable system? The U.S. Supreme should speak more definitively on the extent to which conduct in other instances and net worth may be used against defendants. Hull, Cordell A. 5112
Fear of future cancer part of pain and suffering. Bailey, Ronald E. 1189
Frequently asked questions. 2607
Ghostbusting prejudicial evidence: no haunting the manufacturer. Streza, Ralph; Twyman, Carmen Morris 4649
How much is an ounce of prevention worth? Vendler, David J. 2896
International Association of Defense Counsel tenets of professionalism. 353
Introduction. Larson, David O. 291
Law firm in-house attorney-client privilege vis-a-vis current clients: courts should reconsider and limit the rule that in-house communications are not protected against current clients. Barker, William T. 2881
Lost punitive damages as compensatory loss. Outten, Samuel W.; Davis, Lane 1299
Loyalty and clienthood go together. 1561
Obedience. 1345
Partial bibliography. Bibliography 524
Preface and acknowledgments. Pryor, Ellen Smith; Silver, Charles; Syverud, Kent D. 534
Qui tam and the False Claims Act: criminal punishment in civil disguise: the qui tam provisions of the FCA are a serious threat to American industry, and they are subject to constitutional challenges on several grounds. Askanase, Eric S. 8316
Special problems: handling an uncooperative insured. 3655
Start out right: identify your client or clients. 3670
The case for a preservation safe harbor in requests for e-discovery: despite the courts' increased attention to dragnet requests for production of electronic materials, the scope of preservation should be addressed. Allman, Thomas Y. 4641
The puzzle of defining "bodily injury" under the Warsaw Convention: laxity of courts in requiring an objective, palpable bodily injury will lead to a flood of insignificant claims for hurt feelings. Holland, Michael J. 5268
The rebirth of the IADC. Sinclair, J. Walter President's Page 1374
The U.S. Supreme Court and punitive damages: on the road to reform: after years of developing its jurisprudence, the Supreme Court in State Farm signals that the days of runaway, irrational punitive damages may be ending. Bonino, Mark G. 3902
U.S. Postal Service statement of ownership, management and circulation. 458
When insurers go belly up: implications for insurers, policyholders and guaranty funds: it's not only the insured who suffers when there is an insurer insolvency; the ripples may cause damage to several other parties as well. Aylward, Michael F.; Hummer, Paul M. 12103

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