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The Practical Lawyer - February 2004

In February, 2004 issue, articles on: 401(k) Plan Blackout Periods; Safe Layoffs Under The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (“WARN”); What To Do When The Customer Or Supplier Is In Financial Trouble (with Forms); A Legal Hygiene Check-Up For Technology Companies (Part 2); Privacy Issues And Your Web Site: The Top 10 Questions U.S. Companies Should Be Asking; The Grammatical Lawyer—Writing Effective Sentences; The Law of the Lawyer—Lawyer’s Intentional Transfer Of Privileged Documents To Opposing Counsel Waives Privilege; Lawyer Did Not Recognize Privileged Character Of Documents; The Web-Wise Lawyer—Treasury Direct: Add To The National Debt Online.

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Article:

401(k) Plan Blackout Periods (6 pp)
By Craig Bonnell

Safe Layoffs Under The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (“WARN”) (6 pp)
By Jennifer Blum Feldman

The Grammatical Lawyer—Writing Effective Sentences (3 pp)
By Michael G. Walsh, Esq.

A Legal Hygiene Check-Up For Technology Companies (Part 2) (13 pp)
By Paul L. Criswell

Privacy Issues And Your Web Site: The Top 10 Questions U.S. Companies Should Be Asking (5 pp)
By Ruth Hill Bro

The Law of the Lawyer—Lawyer’s Intentional Transfer Of Privileged Documents To Opposing Counsel Waives Privilege; Lawyer Did Not Recognize Privileged Character Of Documents (2 pp)
By John B. Spitzer

The Web-Wise Lawyer—Treasury Direct: Add To The National Debt Online (3 pp)
By Professor Frank J. Cavaliere, Esq.

Form:

What To Do When The Customer Or Supplier Is In Financial Trouble (with Forms)
By Eric S. Prezant and Jeffrey S. Fraum

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