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

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January 2002
Vol. 24, No. 10
Real Estate Law Issue

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Features

 
 

Litigation à la Mold
Recent litigation has made California one of the first states in which mold-related damages may constitute negligence per se

By Edward H. Cross

In the Land of Aas  (HTML) or (PDF)
In the face of the supreme court’s ruling in Aas, plaintiffs can still pursue a variety of legal remedies for construction defects
By Cynthia A. R. Woollacott 

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Danger Zones
In order to defeat a motion for summary judgment in third-party premises liability cases, plaintiffs may have to undertake extensive criminal investigations on their own

By Dennis Yokoyama

 
  Departments  
 

Practice Tips
Navigating the negotiation of streambed alteration agreements

By R. J. Comer
  
Practice Tips
The abandonment-of-contract doctrine in construction disputes

By Jean M. Boylan and Barbara R. Gadbois
  
Computer Counselor (HTML) or (PDF)
Performing searches for public records on the Web
By Carole Levitt

 
  Columns  
 

Barristers Tips
How to buy your first house

By William J. Birney

Closing Argument
Controlling your anger during trial

By Phillip R. Maltin

 
     
 

 

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