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


 
  Table of Contents

December 2004
Vol. 27, No. 9


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  Features  
 

Making It Personal
In deciding whether to hold officers and directors personally liable for torts committed by their corporations, courts distinguish between intentional misconduct and negligence
Allen B. Grodsky and B. Alexander Moghaddam

Private Eyes
Attorneys need to work closely with private investigators to ensure compliance with the Private Investigator Act and the Rules of Professional Conduct
John S. Caragozian

Where Credit Is Due
In the wake of Dastar, creators who have been improperly denied credit should consider state alternatives to Lanham Act claims
Steven T. Lowe and Abhay Khosla

Special Section
2004 Holiday Travel and Gift Guide

 
  Departments  
 

Barristers Tips
Appointing a Discovery Referee in California State Court
Richard Lee

Tax Tips
The 2005 California Tax Amnesty
Dennis L. Perez and Chad D. Nardiello

Practice Tips
Enforcing U.S. Judgments in Japan
Yasuhiro Fujita

Computer Counselor
Keeping Up-to-Date with Blogs
Carole Levitt, Mark Rosch, and Jason Brander

Closing Argument
Accountability and Fraud in Arbitration Proceedings
Michael R. Brown

 
   
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