LA Lawyer Table of Contents:Los Angeles Lawyer
The Magazine of the Los Angeles County Bar Association
Table of Contents
April 2000, Vol. 23, No. 2
To what extent can artists be held liable for copycat crimes allegedly inspired by their works?
By Stephen F. Rohde
You Have No Idea
While California law remains inchoate, it does provide several avenues for prosecuting and defending misappropriation of idea claims.
By Pierce O'Donnell and William Lockard
Children of Fortune
When determining the level of child support in high-profile cases, practitioners may be able to protect the privacy of high-income earners.
By Thomas Paine Dunlap and Lawrence E. Leone
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Negotiating television deals with business affairs executives
By Barbara M. Rubin and Kyle Stewart
Workers' compensation liability for production companies
By William E. Weinberger
By the Book
The Entertainment Economy
Reviewed by Abilio Tavares Jr.
Fast and faster Internet connections for law offices
By Daryl Teshima
President's PageLetters to the Editor
Volunteering by proxy
By Patricia M. Schnegg
How to file a lawsuit
By Lorin D. Snyder
Fight the entertainment industry cartel
By Gerard F. Daley
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