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The Practical Lawyer - March 2002

In the March 2002 issue: Forming a Small Music Business: The Who Meets the Whys and Wherefores; All in the Family: Governance Issues in Family-Owned Businesses (Part 1); Networking for the Outsider; Conducting Due Diligence in Business Acquisitions Involving Personal Information; Public Relations for the Client and the Law Firm; Preventing and Defending Sexual Harassment Lawsuits; Grammatical Lawyer—A Miscellany; The Law of the Lawyer—Lawyer Who Switched Sides in Second Divorce Proceeding Not Subject to Discipline; Web-Wise Lawyer—Get Ready for the Courtroom of the Future.

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Article:

All in the Family: Governance Issues in Family-Owned Businesses (Part 1) (17 pp)
By Fredric D. Tannenbaum

Networking for the Outsider (4 pp)
By Hon. Erica Yew

Conducting Due Diligence in Business Acquisitions Involving Personal Information (7 pp)
By Dan Hassett and Greg Cirillo

Public Relations for the Client and the Law Firm (5 pp)
By Martha Sullivan

Preventing and Defending Sexual Harassment Lawsuits (7 pp)
By Allen I. Fagin, Richard A. Levin, and Russell L. Hirschhorn

The Grammatical Lawyer—A Miscellany (3 pp)
By by Michael G. Walsh, Esq.

The Law of the Lawyer—Lawyer Who Switched Sides in Second Divorce Proceeding Not Subject to Discipline (3 pp)
By by John B. Spitzer

The Web-Wise Lawyer—Get Ready for the Courtroom of the Future (3 pp)
By by Frank J. Cavaliere, Esq.

Form:

Forming a Small Music Business:The Who Meets the Whys and Wherefores (With Contract Drafting Checklists)
By James W. Martin

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