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

February 2006     Vol. 28, No. 12

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  Features  
 

Access Denied
The federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act provides employers with a means to skirt California's strong public policy against covenants not to compete
Paul S. Chan and John K. Rubiner

Pest Control
The Vexatious Litigant statute can be applied to entities and attorneys as well as pro pers
Ira M. Friedman and Abby B. Friedman

Sticks and Stones
California's common interest privilege protects communications about job performance based upon credible evidence and made without malice
Allen B. Grodsky

Special Section
2006 Guide to Trial Support Services

 
  Departments  
 
Letters to the Editor

Barristers Tips
Contracts of Adhesion

Susan Rabin and Christopher Q. Pham

Practice Tips
Assessing the Amended Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act
Leonora M. Schloss and Cari A. Cohorn

Tax Tips
Tax Reassessments of Transferred Property

William R. Ahern

Computer Counselor
Podcasting for Lawyers

Nicholas P. Connon

Closing Argument
Complacency in the Face of Danger

Karen Miller

 
 

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