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


 
  Table of Contents

January 2004
Vol. 26, No. 10

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  Features  
 

Under Construction
The legislature needs to go back to the drawing board in its efforts to provide relief for the construction industry
Bryan C. Jackson

In a Class of Their Own
Recent interpretations of civil rights laws have provided federal courts with potential jurisdiction over virtually any local land use decision
David Pettit and Michael Schafler

Fair Pay
Recent determinations under California's prevailing wage doctrine are affecting projects formerly considered to be "private work"
Teresa Buchheit Klinkner

 
  Departments  
 

Practice Tips
Special Purpose Bankruptcy Remote Entities
Adam B. Weissburg and John Matthew Trott

Practice Tips
Constitutional Challenges to the Mechanic's Lien Law
Paul S. Marks

Tax Tips
Leveraging the Low-Income Housing Tax Credits Program
Ted M. Handel and David C. Nahas

Computer Counselor
Weighing Choices in Time and Billing Applications
Gordon Eng

 
  Columns  
 

Barristers Tips
Life at a Small Law Firm
Sandeep Baweja

Closing Argument
The Increased Risk of Slander of Title
William McGrane

 
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