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The Practical Lawyer - February 2005

In February, 2005 issue, articles on: Drafting The Consideration Provision Of A Contract; A Guide To Union Picketing And Handbilling; Working Families Tax Relief Act Of 2004; What Corporate Counsel Should Know About IP Planning For Technology-Driven Alliances (Part 1); Rainmaking: Business Development And Retention Techniques; A Brief History Of Workouts And Foreclosures; The Grammatical Lawyer—Lawyerly Clichés And Their Origins, Part 4; The Law of the Lawyer—Nonclient Lacks Standing To Seek Attorney isqualification; The Web-Wise Lawyer—Social Security on the Web: the Privatization Debate.

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The Grammatical Lawyer—Lawyerly Clichés And Their Origins, Part 4 (3 pp)
By Michael G. Walsh, Esq.

The Law of the Lawyer—Nonclient Lacks Standing To Seek Attorney Disqualification (4 pp)
By John B. Spitzer

The Web-Wise Lawyer—Social Security on the Web: the Privatization Debate (3 pp)
By Professor Frank J. Cavaliere, Esq.

Drafting The Consideration Provision Of A Contract (7 pp)
By Tina L. Stark

A Guide To Union Picketing And Handbilling (8 pp)
By Steven Wheeless and Nicole Miller

Working Families Tax Relief Act Of 2004 (7 pp)
By Robert E. Ward

What Corporate Counsel Should Know About IP Planning For Technology-Driven Alliances (Part 1) (10 pp)
By Joseph Yang

Rainmaking: Business Development And Retention Techniques (8 pp)
By Bonnie Mayfield

A Brief History Of Workouts And Foreclosures (7 pp)
By Patrick E. Mears, William T. Burgess, Daniel F. Gosch, Michael C. Hammer, Edgar C. Howbert, James A. Plemmons

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