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The Practical Lawyer - December 2005

In December, 2005 issue, articles on: Privilege Of IP Opinions Under The Common Interest Doctrine; Last Chance Agreements And The Duty Of Fair Representation: More Harm Than Good For Labor Unions?; Board Committees And Avoiding Director Liability Under Sarbanes-Oxley; Sitting At The Head Of The Table: How To Be An Effective Labor And Employment Mediator And Arbitrator; The Role Of Audit Committees; Index To Volume 51 (2005); The Grammatical Lawyer-Legal Implications Of The Subjunctive Mood; The Law of the Lawyer-Attorney's Discussions With Potential Class Action Client Violate Ethics Rules; The Wed-Wise Lawyer-Tort Reform On The Web (Part One).

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The Web-Wise Lawyer-Tort Reform On The Web (Part One) (2 pp)
By Professor Frank J. Cavaliere, Esq.

The Law of the Lawyer-Attorney's Discussions With Potential Class Action Client Violate Ethics Rules (2 pp)
By John B. Spitzer

The Grammatical Lawyer-Legal Implications Of The Subjunctive Mood (4 pp)
By Michael G. Walsh, Esq.

Privilege Of IP Opinions Under The Common Interest Doctrine (7 pp)
By J. Michael Martinez de Andino and Thomas Bradshaw II

Last Chance Agreements And The Duty Of Fair Representation: More Harm Than Good For Labor Unions? (8 pp)
By Michael K. Lee

Board Committees And Avoiding Director Liability Under Sarbanes-Oxley (8 pp)
By Patricia G. Butler

Sitting At The Head Of The Table: How To Be An Effective Labor And Employment Mediator And Arbitrator (11 pp)
By Hunter R. Hughes, III

The Role Of Audit Committees (10 pp)
By Michael W. Oshima

Index To Volume 51 (2005) (4 pp)

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