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Los Angeles Lawyer

The Magazine of the Los Angeles County Bar Association


 

Table of Contents

September 2011     Vol. 34, No. 6

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  Features
 
 

Write It Up
A lawyer acting as a scrivener may be able to avoid professional liability to the contracting parties by expressly identifying a newly created entity as the sole client

By Robert L. Kehr

Troubled Indemnity
While the Civil Code provides for attorney's fees for an indemnitee that successfully defends against a claim, the statute of limitations may bar the award

By Bryant Y. Yang

End Runs
Practitioners should review the language of their clients' end user license agreements to ensure that they conform to recent Ninth Circuit decisions

By Drew Boortz

 
  Departments  
 

Barristers Tips
Representing an Asylum Seeker Who Has Experienced Trauma
By Katka Werth

Practice Tips
The Two-Year Fix for Estate, Gift, and GST Taxes
By Jacqueline M. Real-Salas

Practice Tips
Courts Limit the Privacy Rights of Public and Private Employees
By Matthew J. Norris

By the Book
Iphigenia in Forest Hills
Reviewed by Commissioner David J. Cowan

Closing Argument
Dispelling Some Myths about Arbitration
By Nicholas Roxborough and Donna Puyot

 
 

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