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Articles from Trial (January 1, 2003)

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A season of renewal. (President's Page). Alexander, Mary 813
Attorney fee agreement falters without client signature. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 651
Breaking up is hard to do: for lawyers with dreams of leaving their law firms to start a new practice, careful planning and attention to pertinent law and ethics rules can help smooth the process. Traub, Joseph Z. 4494
Court says taxes on awards in discrimination cases are recoverable as damages. Hellwege, Jean 810
Courting Trouble. Overmire, Kristine Book Review 520
Defense-of-fetus theory allowed in manslaughter case; mother's conviction overturned. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 675
Digging for e-data: you won't find `electronic evidence' and `e-discovery' in the latest edition of Black's Law Dictionary. Knowing what they are and how to use them may save your client's case, and your practice. Nimsger, Kristin M. 2345
Easy chair rider: take the technology you have, tune it up, add on some parts, and you'll have a streamlined practice you can run anyplace, even from the comfort of home. Porter, Rebecca 4734
Government, health advocates, lawyers challenge safety of weight-loss supplement. Porter, Rebecca 2192
High Court hears arguments in crash data case. Brownstein, Andrew 571
How to net new clients: if you practice law, you need a Web site, says this marketing expert. Here's how to get a good one without blowing the budget. Sipe, Susan L. 2106
Limiting suits to enforce federal laws. Chemerinsky, Erwin 1841
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Seated in harm's way: the rear-center lap belt is only half a restraint system. It secures only the lower torso while the upper torso, which contains the most critical organs, is left unprotected. Kuhlman, Bradley Dean 2095
Settlement concludes first MTBE products trial. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 646
Special interests overtake homeland security. Loiacono, Kristin 735
The fiction of technical peer review. Ryan, L.D. 1071
The road less traveled: you've survived the Socratic method, learned to `think like a lawyer,' passed the bar exam, and scored a few pieces of parchment for the wall. Now what? Three lawyers who have been there, done that, share their strategies for success. 2594
Title VII protects gay workers from sexual harassment, Ninth Circuit finds. Brownstein, Andrew 1049
To appeal or not to appeal? Deciding whether to take a disappointing decision to a higher court is never easy. Conflicting opinions about when an appeal is frivolous--and sanctionable--complicate the question. Counsel must proceed with caution. Zarin, Scott 2908
Women and Workplace Discrimination. Aherne, Ann-Marrie Book Review 702

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