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The Practical Lawyer - December 2006

In December, 2006 issue, articles on: What You Need To Know About The Prohibited Misuse Of ERISA Plan Assets; Escheat Happens: What To Do About The Financial Time Bomb; How To Avoid SUTA Dumping Penalties In Mergers And Acquisitions; The Nuts And Bolts Of Family-Based Immigration (Part 1); The Importance Of Internet And Email Monitoring; Index To Volumes 51 And 52 (2005-2006); The Grammatical Lawyer—How Large Is Your Vocabulary?; The Law of the Lawyer—Federal Circuit to Court of Federal Claims: Bankruptcy Judges Have No Right To Reappointment; The Web-Wise Lawyer—The DUI Wars, Part Two.

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What You Need To Know About The Prohibited Misuse Of ERISA Plan Assets (9 pp)
By Bonita L. Hatchett

Escheat Happens: What To Do About The Financial Time Bomb (4 pp)
By Brian L. Browdy

How To Avoid SUTA Dumping Penalties In Mergers And Acquisitions (8 pp)
By Raymond P. Carpenter

The Nuts And Bolts Of Family-Based Immigration (Part 1) (16 pp)
By Laura L. Lichter

The Importance Of Internet And Email Monitoring (8 pp)
By Butler Buchanan, III and Cerys St. John

Index To Volumes 51 And 52 (2005-2006) (7 pp)

The Grammatical Lawyer—How Large Is Your Vocabulary? (2 pp)
By Michael G. Walsh, Esq.

The Law of the Lawyer—Federal Circuit to Court of Federal Claims: Bankruptcy Judges Have No Right To Reappointment (2 pp)
By John B. Spitzer, Esq.

The Web-Wise Lawyer—The DUI Wars, Part Two (3 pp)
By Professor Frank J. Cavaliere

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