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

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September 2002
Vol. 25, No. 6
A Special Edition Devoted to the Legal Ramifications of the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001

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Features

 
 

The Long Arm of the Law
Capturing fugitive terrorists abroad may create troublesome diplomatic issues, but U.S. courts have given law enforcement wide latitude to carry out its mission
George B. Newhouse Jr.

Trying Circumstances
The authority of military commissions to try enemy combatants has been repeatedly used and upheld throughout U.S. history
Robert C. O’Brien

No Assurances
The insurance litigation arising out of the events of September 11 raises two critical questions: whether there was one occurrence or more at the World Trade Center and how remote from ground zero insured damages arose
Jean M. Lawler and Kenneth E. Goates

 
  Departments  
 

Practice Tips
The Choice between the Victim Compensation Fund and Litigation
Noah H. Kushlefsky

Practice Tips
Insuring the Risks of Terror
Gregg J. Loubier and Jason B. Aro

Practice Tips
The Immigration Landscape in the Aftermath of Septeber 11
Howard Hom

Practice Tips
Correspondent Banking after September 11
Fernando L. Aenlle-Rocha

 
  Columns  
 

Barristers Tips
The Barristers Section Continues Its Work
Elizabeth Calciano

Closing Argument
A Lesson in the Three Rs
Miriam Krinsky

 
     
 

 

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