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The Practical Lawyer - October 2005

In October, 2005 issue, articles on: The Material Adverse Change Clause (With Sample Language); CPR For Your ADR: Alternative Dispute Resolution Primer; How Not To “Write Like A Lawyer”; Managing ERISA Fiduciary Risks; A Sarbanes-Oxley Act For Nonprofits?; The Top 10 Ways To Build A Practice; The Grammatical Lawyer—Changing Out The Rules of Grammar; The Law of the Lawyer—The Limits Of Attorney-Client Privilege: The Common Interest Doctrine; The Web-Wise Lawyer—A Web-Based Primer To Sarbanes-Oxley.

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The Web-Wise Lawyer—A Web-Based Primer To Sarbanes-Oxley (3 pp)
By Professor Frank J. Cavaliere, Esq

The Grammatical Lawyer—Changing Out The Rules of Grammar (3 pp)
By Michael G. Walsh, Esq.

The Law of the Lawyer—The Limits Of Attorney-Client Privilege: The Common Interest Doctrine (3 pp)
By John B. Spitzer

The Material Adverse Change Clause (With Sample Language) (8 pp)
By Joseph B. Alexander, Jr.

CPR For Your ADR: Alternative Dispute Resolution Primer (7 pp)
By Jennifer M. Sender

How Not To “Write Like A Lawyer” (11 pp)
By Thomas E. Spahn

Managing ERISA Fiduciary Risks (8 pp)
By Karen G. Krueger

A Sarbanes-Oxley Act For Nonprofits? (7 pp)
By Philoan M. Tran

The Top 10 Ways To Build A Practice (4 pp)
By Christine H. Hall

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