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  Los Angeles Lawyer
The Magazine of the Los Angeles County Bar Association
 
   
 

Table of Contents

June 2009     Vol. 32, No. 4

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  Features
 
 

Swindlers' List
In Ponzi scheme litigation, trustees or receivers may be able to reach back to claim profits distributed to "net winners"

By R. Alexander Pilmer and Mark T. Cramer

Predators' Net
States face a difficult choice in deciding whether to incur the cost of creating an online sex offender registry or forgoing federal funds
By Anthony V. Salerno and Elana Goldstein

Required Class
Patent holders can use class actions to more efficiently litigate claims against multiple infringers
By Mark Anchor Albert

Special Section
2009 Lawyer-to-Lawyer Referral Guide

 
  Departments  
 

Letters to the Editor

Barristers Tips
Weighing the Consequences of Section 998 Offers to Compromise
By Paul Eisner

Practice Tips
The Future of Injunctive Relief in Copyright Infringement Cases
By Andrew J. Thomas

Practice Tips
Applicability of the Fair Procedure Doctrine
By Elizabeth L. Crooke

Closing Argument
Who Owns the Rebate?
By James DeCrescenzo, Gordon R. Downing, and Joseph J. Serritella

 
 

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