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The Practical Lawyer - October 2003

In October 2003 issue, articles on: A Practical Guide to Helping Clients Select the Right Retirement Plan and Plan Design (Part 2); What To Do When Your Client’s Office Is Searched; Avoiding Problems with Trust Agreements and Fiduciary Administration; Lease Assignment Issues in Retail Business Acquisitions; The Grammatical Lawyer—More Guidance from a Familiar Source; The Web-Wise Lawyer—Computer Viruses: A Homeland Security Issue; The Law of the Lawyer—Court Enforces EEOC’s Subpoena Against Law Firm; Demoted Partners Might Be Covered By Federal Age Discrimination Statute.

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A Practical Guide to Helping Clients Select the Right Retirement Plan and Plan Design (Part 2) (12 pp)
By Pamela D. Perdue

What To Do When Your Client’s Office Is Searched (14 pp)
By Marcellus McRae, Brian Goebel,and Mark Mermelstein

Avoiding Problems with Trust Agreements and Fiduciary Administration (20 pp)
By Jo Ann Engelhardt

Lease Assignment Issues in Retail Business Acquisitions (6 pp)
By Alan A. Sachs

The Grammatical Lawyer—More Guidance from a Familiar Source (2 pp)
By Michael G. Walsh

The Web-Wise Lawyer—Computer Viruses: A Homeland Security Issue (3 pp)
By Professor Frank J. Cavaliere, Esq.

The Law of the Lawyer—Court Enforces EEOC’s Subpoena Against Law Firm; Demoted Partners Might Be Covered By Federal Age Discrimination Statute (2 pp)
By John B. Spitzer

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