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

March 2006     Vol. 29, No. 1

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  Features
 
 

Shock Waives
The traditional protection of consumer interests by California courts is increasingly at odds with a national trend toward honoring waivers of jury trial rights and class action arbitrations
Julia B. Strickland and Stephen J. Newman

Logging Rights
Both federal and state courts recognize that a traditional privilege log may not protect parties from undue disclosures and have authorized suitable alternatives

Michael G. Romey and David D. Johnson

The Weight of Kelo
California's response to the
Kelo decision should be to require site-specific findings of blight, not to modify the Eminent Domain Law
Bruce Tepper

 
  Departments  
 

Barristers Tips
Court Deadlines after a Disaster

Benjamin G. Shatz and Melissa D. Goetz

Practice Tips
Piercing the Mystique of the Alter Ego Doctrine
Kent A. Halkett

Practice Tips
The Enforcement of Implied Contracts after
Grosso v. Miramax
Aaron J. Moss and Gregory Gabriel

Ethics Opinion No. 515
Ethical Issues Arising from Agreements between Attorney and Client to Split an Award of Statutory Attorney's Fees

Computer Counselor
Servers For Lawyers and Law Firms
Benjamin Sotelo and James Flanagan

Closing Argument
The Unfairness of the Class Action Fairness Act
Jerome Ringler

 

 
 

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