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

Table of Contents

April 2002 Vol. 25, No. 2

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Letters to the Editor

Barristers Tips
Impressing a Judge in Federal Court
Gillian E. Friedman

Practice Tips
Determining the Ownership of Statutory Attorney’s Fees
James M. Fischer

Tax Tips
Section 529 Plans Offer Another Way to Save for College
Chad C. Coombs and Boyd D. Hudson

Power Play
The determination of state or federal jurisdiction will go a long way in shaping the outcome of California’s energy crisis
Norman A. Pedersen

Signed, Sealed and Delivered
By a quirk of California law, false deposition testimony is not perjurious unless the deponent signs and delivers a transcript
Jerrold Abeles

Rickety Shelters
The IRS’s campaign against questionable tax shelters has taken a new turn on both the legal and regulatory fronts
Steven Toscher and Charles P. Rettig
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By the Book
Mediation: A Path Back for the Lost Lawyer

Reviewed by Jeff Kichaven

Computer Counselor
Using the Association’s New Civil Register Database

Carole Levitt

Closing Argument
The need to rethink Reifler
Lawrence E. Leone


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