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Vol. 58, No. 11 December 2001

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Balancing Time and Money: Planning for the Unexpected End of a Practice

What would happen to your practice -- or your clients -- if you weren't there? The right plan can make the difference.

By Curtis L. Stine

Globalizing the High-Tech Workforce

Immigration law has changed dramatically in the past year, especially with regard to workers in the "H-1 specialty occupation" category

By Scott M. Borene

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President's Page: Lawyer-Friendly Technologies
How will you practice law in the future? The Bar's president presents some technology initiatives that may change the way you work.
by Jarvis C. Jones

Professional Responsibility: Revealing Client Confidences
National and state bars alike consider rule changes that would permit disclosure of confidential communications in exceptional cases.
by Edward J. Cleary

Lawyer at Large: Representing Health Professionals Before Licensing Boards
Some five percent of the state's physicians and psychologists have complaints filed against them each year. For the attorneys who represent them, the resolution process can be a closed, private affair.
by Lucinda Jesson and Deborah Mande

Essay: Attorney-Client Privilege and the Bankruptcy Code
Proposed changes to the U.S. Bankruptcy Code could have a chilling effect on attorney-client relationships.
by Christopher M. Kennedy


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