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The Practical Lawyer - October 2002

In October, 2002 issue, articles on: Terminating Representation in Divorce Cases; Negotiating the Executive Compensation Packages; The Discharge of Environmental Claims in Bankruptcy; Creating Diversity in Law Firms; Internet Resources for Employment Lawyers; The Grammatical Lawyer—An Examination of English Precedent—Part Two; The Law of The Lawyer—Applying Restatement, Federal Court Precludes Law Firm from Deposing Its Corporate Client’s Former Employee; The Web-Wise Lawyer—When Good Stocks Go Bad: Stanford University Law School’s Securities Class Action Clearinghouse.

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Negotiating the Executive Compensation Package for the Employee (15 pp)
By Ellen J. Messing and Jeremy P. Cattani

The Discharge of Environmental Claims in Bankruptcy (8 pp)
By Michael H. Reed

Five Principles for Creating Diversity in Law Firms (8 pp)
By Arin N. Reeves

Some Internet Resources for the Employment Lawyer (7 pp)
By Darlene A. Vorachek and Tammara M. Lovett

The Grammatical Lawyer—An Examination of English (3 pp)
By Michael G. Walsh, Esq.

The Law of The Lawyer—Applying Restatement, Federal Court Precludes Law Firm from Deposing Its Corporate Client’s Former Employee (3 pp)
By John B. Spitzer

The Web-Wise Lawyer—When Good Stocks Go Bad: Stanford University Law School’s Securities Class Action Clearinghouse (3 pp)
By Frank J. Cavaliere, Esq.

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Divorcing Yourself from the Domestic Relations Client (With Final Client Instruction Letter and Notice of Withdrawal)
By Ronald W. Nelson

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