The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel ANNUAL INDEX GREATER METROPOLITAN NEW YORK
I. LAW FIRM ARTICLES
AKIN, GUMP, STRAUSS, HAUER & FELD, L.L.P.
Laches: More Than A Matter Of Time, It Is A Defense That Potential Claimants Should Not Delay In Considering Larry E. Tanenbaum and Shari L. Fleishman – 8/99; Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 20.
Navigating The U.S. Government’s Export Restrictions On Encryption Technology Edward L. Rubinoff and Stephen J. Claeys – 9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 17.
Employment Of Foreign Nationals: Exposure To Export Control Liabilities Under The Deemed Export Rule Wynn Segall, Thomas J. McCarthy and Kirstin I. Silberschlag – 10/99; Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 14.
Discrimination By Association: Three Recent Decisions Put Spotlight On Federal Disability Law Provision Jonathan L. Sulds and Jonathan L. Israel – 11/99; Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 16.
Intra-Enterprise Conspiracies Under State Antitrust Laws-How Safe Is That Bathtub? David A. Donohoe and Fani C. Geroff – 12/99; Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 12.
Limiting Liability Of Directors In Connection With Periodic Filings Steven E. Older and Ronald R. Adee – 1/00; Vol. 8, No. 1, p. 11.
SELLER BEWARE! Your Own Business Methods May Make You A Target For Patent Litigation Alex Chartove – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 9.
Trade Secret Misappropriation – Traps for The Employer To Avoid Colleen M. Coyle – 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 8.
Drowning In A Sea Of Clean Water Act Regulation Paul E. Guterman and David H. Quigley – 4/00; Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 7.
The New “Drug Kingpin Law” Edward L. Rubinoff and Wynn H. Segall – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 6.
Can Employees Still Sue For Racketeering? Michael J. Mueller – 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p.4.
Remedies In Trade Secret Litigation Colleen M. Coyle – 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 18.
ECKERT SEAMANS CHERIN AND MERLOTT, LLC
Protecting Privileged Information In A High Tech World Francine Friedman
Griesing- 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 6.Liability Avoidance Through Proper Design And Administration Of Welfare Benefit Plans Paul M. Yenerall – 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 4.
Editorial: What’s New From ERISA?, Paul M. Yenerall -7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 15.
HOLLAND & KNIGHT LLP
Supreme Court Addresses Issue Of Punitive Damages Under Title VII Mary Lynn Nicholas – 8/99; Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 4.
“Better, Cheaper, Faster – Pick Any Two” – A Practical Checklist For Sizing Up A Law Firm’s Client Service Technology J. Michael Cavanaugh – 9/99; Vol.7, No. 9, p 18.
Custom Service Seeks To Improve Trade Compliance Through Nationwide Prototype Test Frederick P. Waite and Kimberly R. Young – 10/99; Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 15.
Protecting Against Trade Secret Litigation Through Vigilant Employment Practices Melinda Burrows – 11/99; Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 18.
Protecting The Privilege: Encrypting E-Mail Christopher Yukins – 12/99; Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 13.
Corporate Risk Retention Trends Ray McQuiston – 1/00; Vol. 8, No. 1, p. 12.
Technology Licensing Questions For In-house Counsel Dianne R. Sagner – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 10.
Virginia Considers Major Electronic Commerce Legislation Thomas M. Brownell – 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 11.
Raising the Stakes: EPA Region V’s Challenge Regarding The Long Term Viability And Enforceability Of Institutional Controls At Brownfields Sites Amy L. Edwards – 4/00; Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 8.
Information Security: New Encryption Export Rules Give U.S. Companies Opportunity To Compete Ronald A. Oleynik and Jonathan Epstein – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 8.
The Necessity Of A Maritime Compliance Program Dennis L. Bryant – 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 8. (See also Vol.8, No. 7, p. 8.)
The Corporate Duty To Investigate Eugene M. Propper – 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 5.
Editorial: Retaliation Claims Are On The Rise Jennifer M. Smith – 11/99; Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 20.
Editorial: WTO Challenges Foreign Sales Corporation Provisions Of The Internal Revenue Code Vanessa P. Sciarra – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 22.
Editorial: The Necessity Of A Maritime Compliance Program Dennis L. Briant – 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 22.
JONES, DAY, REAVIS & POGUE
SEC Addresses Standards To Assess Materiality For Financial Disclosures And Suggest Basis For Enforcement Action For “Earnings Management” Elizabeth C. Kitslaar and Daniel E. Reidy – 10/99; Vol. 7 No. 10, p. 16.
Controversial New Rules For Computer Contracts Scott W. Burt – 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p 10.
Discovery In International Arbitration – Part I Steven C. Bennett – 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 6.
KELLEY DRYE & WARREN LLP
Enforcement Of Agreements To Arbitrate And New York Choice Of Law Clauses: Proceed With Caution Steven P. Caley – 8/99; Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 6.
Are Golden Parachute Arrangements Subject To ERISA? Richard Chargar and Myrna Arroyo – 9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 4.
Sue And Labor Clauses In The Year 2000 Context: The Key To Recovering Y2K Preventive Costs? John Callagy, Robert E. Crotty and Mitchell S. Purcell – 10/99; Vol. 7. No. 10, p. 17.
The Threat To U.S. Companies Created By The EU Data Privacy Directive Sherman Katz and Edward Meyers – 11/99; Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 4.
Mergers, Acquisitions And Other Corporate Changes: Effects On Foreign National Employees Gabrielle M. Buckley – 12/99; Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 14.
“How Business And Courts Can Help Each Other” Robert L. Haig,- 1/00; Vol. 8, No. 1, p. 13.
Hitting The H-1 B Visa Cap: Immigration Strategies And Alternatives For Employers Of Foreign Nationals – Part I Gabrielle M. Buckley – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 12.
Hitting the H-1B Visa Cap: Immigration Strategies And Alternatives For Employers Of Foreign Nationals – Part II Gabrielle M. Buckley – 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 12.Current Trends In Managing Environmental Risk In Business Transactions Stephen Humphreys – 4/00; Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 10.
Security Interest In Internet Domain Names Philip A. Haber – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 10.
Using Insurance Coverage To Offset Environmental Risk In Business Transactions Steven L. Humphreys – 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 9.
Editorial: Getting Comfortable With Revolution Theodore R. Voss -9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 19.
Editorial: Technology and the Courts William R. Golden, Jr. and Robert L. Haig – 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 22.
MANKO, GOLD & KATCHER, LLP
Recipe For Revitalization: Key Ingredients For Brownfields Redevelopment Robert D. Fox – 1/00; Vol. 8, No. 1, p. 16.
Editorial: The More Things Change – The More Things Stay The Same! Or Do They? Robert D. Fox – 4/00; Vol. 8, No. 4.
MCKENNA & CUNEO, L.L.P.
Invoking Section 301 To Overcome Foreign Trade Barriers Peter Buck Feller and Vincent Routhier – 10/99; Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 6.
MINTZ, LEVIN, COHN, FERRIS, GLOVSKY AND POPEO, P.C.
Should Companies Trade Goods And Services For Equity In Start-Ups? A Checklist For Potential Investors Mark J. Wishner, Richard M. Graf and Peter M. Bloom – 11/99; Vol. 7 No. 11, p. 15.
New Crimes Of The Information Age – Part I John K. Markey and James F. Boyle
– 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 15.
New Crimes Of The Information Age – Part II John K. Markey and James F. Boyle
– 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 16.
Editorial: Saving Your Website From Litigation John M. Delehanty – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 16.
MORGAN, LEWIS & BOCKIUS LLP
Retaliation Claims Jill Jachera – 8/99; Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 12.
Top 10 Things To Consider In Developing An Electronic Commerce Web Site Ron N. Dreben, Johanna L. Werbach and Frederic M. Wilf – 9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 10.
Recovering Lawyers’ Cost In English Proceedings John Wood and Robert Goldspink – 10/99; Vol. 7 No. 10, p. 8.
The English Financial Services Revolution John Wood – 11/99; Vol. 7 No. 11, p. 6.
Aggressive Defense Of A “Civil Action” Eric B. Rothenberg, James D. Pagliaro, Glen R. Stuart and Gayle R. Gilgore – 12/99; vol. 7, No. 12, p. 4.
Does New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination Cover Correctable Impairments Not Covered By The ADA? Richard Rosenblatt – 1/00; Vol. 8, No. 1, p. 14.
Electronic Communications In The Workplace Can Raise High-Tech Employment Issues Andrew J. Schaffran, Amber L. Kagan and Jacqueline E. Sacus – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 13.
PROSKAUER ROSE LLP
New Weapons Against Cybersquatters Jenifer deWolfe Paine – 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 13.
Provider-Sponsored Websites – A New Context For Health Law Compliance – Part I Edward S. Kornreich and Ellen H. Moskowitz – 4/00; Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 11.
Provider-Sponsored Websites – A New Context For Health Law Compliance – Part II Edward S. Kornreich and Ellen H. Moskowitz – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 11.
Preventative Employment Strategies For Start-Up-Companies Katherine H. Parker
– 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 12.
The Perils Of Ignoring
162 (m) Michael Sirkin and Michael Perloff – 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 10.
SILLS CUMMIS ZUCKERMAN RADIN TISCHMAN EPSTEIN & GROSS
Basic Strategies For Dealing With Missing Insurance Policies David Jay and Steven M. Mager – 8/99; Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 8.
The Need to Define Your Workforce: Independent Contractors Or Employees? David W. Garland and Lynne Anne Anderson – 9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 6.
MetLife Financial Corporation v. Washington Avenue Association, L. P. Jeffrey H. Newman – 10/99; Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 4.
Announcement – 11/99; Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 8.
Recovering Y2K Remediation Costs Under Property Policies Philip R. Sellinger and David Jay -12/99; Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 6.
Estate Planning For Families With Disabled Beneficiaries Simon Levin and Brenda J. Rediess-Hoosein – 1/00; Vol. 8, No. 1, p. 4.
OSHA And The Telecommuter: Perfect Together? David W. Garland and Linda B.
Katz- 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 14.
The Internet Patent Wars Michael I. Chakansky – 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 14.
Stretching The Environmental Dollar: A Dozen Ways To Ease Your Environmental Budget Jeffrey M. Pollock – 4/00; Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 12.
Biotechs May Need Big Pharma More Than Ever Ira A. Rosenberg and Lori M. Waldron – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 12.
Announcement – 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 15.
Finding Intellectual Property Liability Coverage In The New Business Era – Part I Philip R. Sellinger, Kenneth Oettle, Jeffrey Pollock and Thomas Southwick
– 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 12.
WEIL, GOTSHAL & MANGES LLP
Departing Employees And The Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine – Part II Jeffrey S. Klein, Nicholas J. Pappas and Janet L. Goldberg – 8/99; Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 17.
The Stakes Are High For Antitrust Defendants, As Treble Damages May Be Only The Beginning Debra J. Pearlstein and Jonathan S. Shapiro – 9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 12.
Foreign Debtors Obtain U.S. Bankruptcy Law Protections Marvin E. Jacob and Brenda A. Bachman – 10/99; Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 10.
New Value Plans Under Chapter 11 Marvin E. Jacob and Jacqueline B. Stuart – 10/99; Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 10.
Third Circuit To Consider First Amendment Protection Of Internet Speech R. Bruce Rich and Elizabeth S. Weiswasser – 11/99; Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 6.
The Circuit Courts Divide On Key Securities Litigation Reform Act Issue: Part I Miranda S. Schiller and Haron W. Murage – 12/99; Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 8.
The Circuit Courts Divide On Key Securities Litigation Reform Act Issue: Part II Miranda S. Schiller and Haron W. Murage – 1/00; Vol. 8, No. 1, p. 6.
Privilege Issues In Intellectual Property Due Diligence Elizabeth S. Weiswasser and Christopher V. Roberts – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 4.
Privilege Issues In The Transfer Of Patent Rights Elizabeth S. Weiswasser and Christopher V. Roberts – 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 15.
The New Audit Committee Rules – Part I Gerald S. Backman – 4/00; Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 13.
The New Audit Committee Rules – Part II Gerald S. Backman – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 14.
Computerized Litigation Support Systems: Can You Keep Your Adversary From Getting A Free Ride On All Of Your Work Product? David Lender – 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 13.
Legal Issues Surrounding E-Mail: Attorney-Client Privilege And Trade Secrecy
– Part I Steven D. Kahn, Lisa Cantos and Jason Boyarski – 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 13.
WHITMAN BREED ABBOTT & MORGAN LLP
Foreign And Domestic Trusts: New Rules For Telling The Difference Michael W. Galligan – 8/99; Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 10.
Agreements To Protect Trademarks On The Internet: A Common-Sense Guide Gerry A. Fifer – 9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 8.
Patents For Internet Businesses And The Right Of Contribution Andrew L. Tiajoloff – 11/99; Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 14.
Misclassifying Workers Can Be Dangerous To Your Corporate Health Adin Goldberg – 12/99; Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 10.
The New Federal Antitrust Guidelines For Collaborations Among Competitors Brian L. Sullivan – 1/00; Vol. 8, No. 1, p. 8.
Avoiding Deal Hell In 10 Simple Steps Patricia Van B. Madsen – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 6.
The Complexity of Compliance With The ADA John M. Belbusti – 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 6.
SEC Overhauls Rules Governing M&A Transactions – Part I Eduardo N.T. Andrade and David F. Kroenlein – 4/00; Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 4.
SEC Overhauls Rules Governing M&A Transactions – Part II Eduardo N.T. Andrade and David Kroenlein – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 16.
The Cultural Dimension In Transactions With Japanese Companies – Part I Of II Richard A. Eastman – 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 16.
ADR In Japan – Part II Of II Richard A. Eastman – 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 16.
Editorial: Reflections On The Global Community Elton Shane – 10/99; Vol. 7, No.10, p.18.
WILEY, REIN & FIELDING
Adverse Trends In The Use Of Independent Contractors Samuel D. Walker – 11/99; Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 19.
WILLKIE FARR & GALLAGHER
New IRS Private Letter Ruling Involving Costless Collar Covering Only A Portion Of Taxpayer’s Stock Holdings; Guidance Provided Where Long Holdings Exceed Offsetting Position Richard L. Reinhold and Ethan J. Schiffman – 8/99; Vol. 7, No. 8, p.18.
New Forms BD, BDW, U-4 and U-5 Martin Miller – 9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 14.
Faragher and Ellerth Take Hold: EEOC and U.S. Supreme Court Reinforce The Benefits To Employers Of Good Faith Efforts To Maintain Discrimination-Free Workplaces Stephen T. Lindo and Rose M. Corbett – 10/99; Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 11.
SEC Warns Companies And Auditors About Materiality Assessments And Misstatements In Financial Statements Michael R. Young, Kelly M. Hnatt and Antonio Yanez, Jr. – 11/99; Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 11.
Developments In Antitrust Analysis Of Joint Ventures In The United States – Part I William H. Rooney and Colin F. Bell – 12/99; Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 9.
Developments In Antitrust Analysis Of Joint Ventures In The United States – Part II William H. Rooney and Colin F. Bell – 1/00; Vol. 8, No.1, p. 9.
SEC Adopts Audit Committee Rules Based On Blue Ribbon Panel’s Recommendations Michael G. Marks, John S. D’Alimonte and Michael R. Young – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 5.
D.C. Bar Ethics Committee Opinion Limits Lawyer’s Obligation To Protect Client Files Subpoenaed By Congress Russell L. Smith and Barbara Block – 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 4.
The Origin Of Financial Fraud Michael R. Young – 4/00; Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 14.
The Origin Of Financial Fraud Michael R. Young – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 15.
The Origin Of Financial Fraud: So Who Gets The Blame? Michael R. Young – 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 14.
Accounting Irregularities And Finanical Fraud: The Immediate Aftermath Jack H. Nusbaum and John Oller – 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 14.
Editorial: The SEC Speaks On Audit Committee Disclosure Elizabeth Strong – 1/00; Vol. 8, No.1, p. 15.WINTHROP, STIMSON, PUTNAM & ROBERTS
Mere Registration Of Domain Name Not Considered Trademark Use – Lanham Act Requires Use Of Mark To Acquire Rights Susan J. Kohlmann, Kerry A. Brennan and Karen L. Nachbar – 8/99; Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 19.
What Every Company Needs To Know About Electronic Evidence Discovery Edward Flanders, John Davis, and Jennifer Larrabee – 9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 16.
Using The WTO Dispute Settlement Process To Your Advantage C. Christopher Parlin and David S. Christy, Jr. – 10/99; Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 12.
Computers, E-mail & The Workplace: Treacherous Legal Territory For Employers? Richard H. Block and Meredith Steigman – 11/99; Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 12.
Government’s Ability To Forfeit Money Limited Philip LeB. Douglas and Takemi Ueno – 12/99; Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 11.
Distressed Debt Traders Gain Important Victory Glenn E. Siegel, Lynn M. Ryan and Laura Smith – 1/00; Vol. 8, No. 1, p. 10.
Cyberpiracy Remedies And New Dispute Resolution Procedures Susan J. Kohlmann, Kerry A. Brennan and Karen L. Nachbar – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 8.
New York Enacts Legislation To Facilitate E-Commerce Frederick A. Brodie and Jason A. Grossman – 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 8.
Tax-Exempt Organizations Subject To Increased Disclosure Requirements Carol S. Boulanger and Michael Burnstein – 4/00; Vol. 8, No, 4, p.6.
New York’s Highest Court Refuses To Enjoin Defendants’ Asset-Stripping Tactics Edward Flanders and David W. Oakland – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 4.
Liability Of Accountants To Third Parties Is Limited David M. Lindley, Robert E. Bailey and Caryn D. Lasky – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 4.
Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act Modernized U.S. Financial Services Industry Robert D. Webster and Glen R. Cuccinello – 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 17.
Checklist For Executive Compensation Arrangements Susan P. Serota – 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 17.
December 1999, Vol. 7, No. 12: Look For Law Firms Offering Both ADR And Litigation Skills, James F. Henry, Director, CPR Institute, p.16.
FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK:
August 1999, Vol. 7 No. 8: Fight Litigation Costs – Measure, Take Responsibility, Win, p. 3.
September 1999, Vol. 7, No. 9: “Just Ask”- Leverage Your Civil Reform Budget, p. 3.
October 1999,Vol. 7, No. 10: Change The World – Promote “Project: RuleLaw”, p. 3.
November 1999, Vol. 7, No. 11: The Past and The Future – Accomplishments and Challenges, p. 3.
December 1999, Vol. 7, No. 12: Make A “Value” Investment: Find Firms That Are “Fit To Partner”, p. 3.
January 2000, Vol. 8, No. 1: Diversity: Our Real Y2K Challenge, p. 3.
February 2000, Vol. 8, No. 2: Intellectual Property Lawyers – The 21st Century Is Their Oyster, p. 3.
March 2000, Vol. 8, No. 3: In The Worldwide Cyber Market – America Leads The Way, p. 3.
April 2000, Vol. 8, No. 4: Civil Justice Reform A Question Of Atmospherics?, p. 3.
May 2000, Vol. 8, No. 5: Change The World – Promote “Project: RuleLaw”, p. 3.
June 2000, Vol. 8, No. 6: Project: Corporate Counsel Save June 12! – The Corporate Lawyering Conference, p. 3.
July 2000, Vol. 8, No. 6: Project: Corporate Counsel – Let’s Take The Next Steps, p. 3.
II. SPECIAL FEATURES
ALLENDE & BREA
New Antitrust Law In Argentina, Rafael La Porta Drago and Dante M. Ramos – 10/99; Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 22.
The Development Of Argentine Regulations On Internet And E Commerce, Gustavo Garrido and Maximiliano Orazi – 12/99; Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 22.
ALSTON & BIRD LLP
Strategic Use Of Computer Animation And Simulation: Bringing Your Case To Light In The Courtroom, Lori G. Baer and Christopher A. Riley – 9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 28.
ARTHUR ANDERSEN LLP
Corporate Charitable Remainder Trusts Michael J. Van DeLoo and Janet K. Guinan -3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 24.
CARPENTER, BENNETT & MORRISSEY
Upgrading Employee Benefit Plan Administration, Stephen F. Payerle and Michael P. Einbinder – 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 20.
CHADBOURNE & PARKE LLP
A Checklist Of Corporate Website Legal Issues, Lawrence Savell- 9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 22.
Employers Can Limit Discrimination Liability, As Recent Decisions Applying Supreme Court Rulings Make Clear, Peter N. Hillman 1/00; Vol. 8, No. 1, p. 15.
Cybersquatting In The Millennium, Drew M. Wintringham and Michael S. Lemley -2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 22.
Promises And Pitfalls Of Voluntary Cleanups In New York State, Andrew A. Giaccia – 4/00; Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 15.
“Same Desk”; Different Rule: IRS Relaxes “Same Desk” Rule For Employers Involved In Certain Asset Sales, Marjorie M. Glover and David Gallai _ 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 22.
Corporation Litigation Pitfalls and Pratfalls, Kenneth J. Uva – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 25.
CUMMINGS & LOCKWOOD
Software Patent Boom – The Federal Circuit Paves The Way For Business Method And Other Software Patents, Mark D. Giarratana – 9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 24.
Internet Sales And Their Effect On Exclusivity Agreements, William H. Bright, Jr. – 1/00; Vol. 8, No. 1, p. 17.
DARBY & DARBY, P.C.
Recent Developments In Federal Trademark Dilution Law And Their Potential Effect On Litigation Strategy, Ethan Horwitz and Kandis M. Kahn – 12/99; Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 18.
Publication Of Pending U.S. Patents And Other New Provisions To The Patent Act, Joseph B. Lerch and David Leason – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 18.
DECHERT PRICE & RHOADS
Avoiding Hazards Of International Travel By Foreign National Employees, Ronald Klasko – 10/99; Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 23.
Jurisdictional Issues Raised By Intellectual Property Disputes On the Internet, Daniel Ross – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 17.
How U.S. Companies Can Effectively Manage Environmental Risk In Foreign Transactions, Ivan DeVoren – 4/00; Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 17.
International Cartel Enforcement: How To Avoid Becoming A Target, Steven D. Brown and George G. Gordon – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 20.
FRIEDMAN SIEGELBAUM LLP
Applying the CISG To International Software Transactions, Marc S. Friedman and Lindsey H. Taylor – 10/99; Vol. 7, No. 10 p. 21.
Recent Federal Decision Expands Potential Corporate Liability For Web Site Linking And Framing Activities – Part I, Mary J. Hildebrand and Jacqueline Klosek – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 20.
Recent Federal Decision Expands Potential Corporate Liability For Web Site Linking And Framing Activities – Part II, Mary J. Hildebrand and Jacqueline Klosek – 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 25.
GREENBAUM, ROWE, SMITH, RAVIN, DAVIS and HIMMEL
New Jersey’s Electric Discount And Energy Competition Act: Cost Saving Opportunities For Consumers, Steven S. Goldenberg – Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 30.
GROTTA GLASSMAN & HOFFMAN
Dogs Or Tools? Doesn’t Matter. Second Circuit Finds Eight Hour Daily Commute Not Compensable Under The Fair Labor Standards Act, Mark E. Tabakman – 11/99; Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 25.The Future Of Punitive Damages Under Title VII After Kolstad v. American Dental Association, Mark A. Saloman – 12/99; Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 20.
Winning At The Bargaining Table, Jerold Glassman, Grotta, Glassman & Hoffman
– 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 19.
New York Clarifies Employer Responsibility Under The Americans With Disabilities Act, Mark A. Saloman – 4/00; Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 18.
Unions May Be Permitted To Organize Through Corporate E-Mail Systems, Keith J. Rosenblatt – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 18.
Third Circuit Lowers The Bar For Reverse Discrimination Cases, Mark A. Saloman _ 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 21.
GRUNFELD, DESIDERIO, LEBOWITZ & SILVERMAN LLP
Preparing For Customs Audits Can Increase Company Profits, Robert B. Silverman – 10/99; Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 25.
Customs Violations Can Prove To Be Costly Even In Non Loss Of Revenue Cases, Robert B. Silverman, Alan R. Klestadt and Michael T. Cone – 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 20.
HARRIS BEACH & WILCOX, LLP
Recent Supreme Court ADA Case Provides False Sense Of Security To New York Employers, Edward A. Trevvett and Scott Piper – 11/99; Vol.7, No. 11, p. 23.
Second Circuit Rejects ” Attractively Simple” Interpretation Of Siting Provisions in Telecommunications Act Of 1996, Paul J. Yesawich III and Anne Dyring Riley – 12/99; Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 21.
Parent Corporation Environmental Liability: Managing The Risk In Mergers And Acquisitions, Joseph D. Picciotti – 4/00; Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 19.
Proceeding With Caution: Summary Judgement For Employment-Related Cases, Julie M. Lewis and Heidi Schult Gregory – 7/00; Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 23.
HEIDELL, PITTONI, MURPHY & BACH LLP
When Products Liability Collides With Medical Malpractice: Dealing With Competing Interests, Michael D. Shalhoub – 1/00; Vol 8, No. 1, p. 18.
HIPAA Electronic Privacy Regulations: Why Corporate Counsel Should Act Now To Ensure Compliance By Corporate Clients, Raymond W. Murphy and Margaret Yu – 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 21.
HUGHES HUBBARD & REED LLP
Protecting Yourself: What Employers Should Do To Avoid Punitive Damages Awards In Title VII Actions, Laura H. Allen and Jodi E. Divak – 11/99; Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 24.
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Business Process Patents, Ron Abramson – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 19.
EPA’s Regulatory and Enforcement Priorities For 2000/2001, Susan Millington Campbell and Kristen A. Byrness – 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 19.NATIONAL ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION (NAM)
Online Settlement: The Future Is Now, William J. Snyder – 8/99; Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 26.
OGLETREE, DEAKINS, NASH, SMOAK & STEWART, P.C.
A Primer On Employment Visas And Green Cards For Corporate Counsel, Brian J. Reilly – 10/99; Vol. 7, No.10, p. 19.
Why Federal Contractors Should Pay Attention To DOL’s Office Of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, David S. Fortney – 11/99; Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 21.
The Impact Of Technology On The Nature Of Work And The Structure Of The Workplace Burton J. Fishman – 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 19.
Practical Tips For Responding To OFCCP’s Mandatory Pay Survey David S. Fortney and Consuela A. Pinto – 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 21.
JOHN E. OSBORN, P.C.
Use of Non-Binding ADR In Environmental And Construction Disputes Through Teamwork With Outside Counsel, John E. Osborn and Christopher J. Platt – 8/99; Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 28.
Litigation Strategies In Construction Disputes: Being Cost Effective And Winning, John E. Osborn and Eric L. Guhring – 10/99; Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 20.
Protecting Against Corruption In Construction And Renovation: Corporate Counsel’s Essential Role In Making Integrity Pay – Problems and Solutions, John E. Osborn – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 23.
Getting Back On Track: Turning Around The Construction Project “Heading South”, John E. Osborn and Eric L. Guhring – 4/00; Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 20.
PATTERSON, BELKNAP, WEBB & TYLER LLP
New York Moves Forward On ADR – New Initiatives By The State Bar And The Unified Court System In The ADR Field, Stephen P. Younger – 8/99; Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 24.
PATTON BOGGS, L.L.P.
Stock Plans In Acquisitions (Due Diligence Tips For Companies Buying Other Companies), Michael A. Curto and Stephen H. Sherman – 11/99; Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 22.
The Economic Loss Doctrine – Alive And Well, Read McCaffrey – 12/00; Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 17.
Cyber Outsourcing – Doing Business With An ASP, Jane Levine and Stephen Young
– 3/00; Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 23.
Seven Strategies To Put A Dent In The Government’s Record, John Oberdorfer and David Bocian – 5/00; Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 21.
RIKER, DANZIG, SCHERER, HYLAND AND PERETTI LLP
Retaining Control Of Your Web Sites, Ernest D. Buff and Leslie Gladstone Restaino – 9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 29.ROBINS, KAPLAN, MILLER, CIRESI L.L.P.
Eighth Circuit Throws Out Antitrust Conspiracy Claims In Conscious Parallelism Case, Martin R. Lueck and Jennifer L. McKenna – 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 20.
VOLPE & KOENIG, P.C.
Protecting Your Assets: The Essential Role Of Intellectual Property Due Diligence In Business Transactions, Gerald B. Halt, Jr. – 2/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 24.
Competent Opinion Of Counsel In Response To Patent Infringement Allegations, Glenn M. Massina -3/00; Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 18.
Personal Liability Of Corporate Officers For Patent, Trademark And Copyright Infringement, John O’ Malley – 6/00; Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 18.
III. FRONT PAGE ARTICLES
August 1999, Vol. 7, No. 8: Unnecessary Litigation: A System Flaw – GE Launches Zero Defect Campaign P.D. Villarreal, Counsel Litigation and Legal Policy, General Electric Company
September 1999, Vol.7, No. 9: Your Stake In A Free Telecommunications Marketplace Charles D. Ferris, former Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission and Chairman of the Federal Law Section, Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky, and Popeo P.C.
October 1999, Vol. 7, No. 10: How Can You Help Shape The Future Legal Climate? Judge Webster Suggests An Answer Honorable William H. Webster, Chairman of the National Legal Center for the Public Interest and Ernest B. Hueter, President and Director of NLCPI
November 1999, Vol. 7, No. 11: New York’s Commercial Division Celebrates Four Years Of Solid Progress Honorable Judith S. Kaye, Chief Judge of the State of New York
December 1999, Vol.7, No. 12: The Telecommunications Revolution: Where Is It Leading? Richard Wiley, former Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission and a founder and Partner of Wiley, Rein & Fielding
January 1999, Vol. 8, No. 1: “Diversity” A Women’s Perspective Martha W. Barnett, President-Elect of the American Bar Association and a Partner at Holland & Knight LLP
February 2000, Vol. 8, No. 2: Intellectual Property Crime: Could Your Company Be At Risk?, James R. Bucknam, Regional Managing Director for Global Risk-Mitigation, Kroll Associates
March 2000, Vol. 8, No. 3: Partnering With Outside Counsel For A Philadelphia Business Court, Marc J. Sonnenfeld, Litigation Partner, Morgan, Lewis and Bockius LLP
April 2000, Vol. 8, No. 4: Partnering With A Litigation Communication Consultant, Robert H. Bork, Jr.,Litigation Communication Consultant and Chairman and CEO of Bork Associates
May 2000, Vol. 8, No. 5: ACCA: Your Organization – Globally, Maude Mater, 2000 Chair of the American Corporate Counsel Association and Executive Vice President-General Counsel and Secretary of Freddie MacJune 2000, Vol. 8, No. 6: Problem-Solving Approaches To Business Litigation, Honorable E. Norman Veasey, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Delaware; President of Conference of Chief Justices; Chair of the Board of The National Conference for State Courts and William B. Chandler, III, Chancellor, Court of Chancery of Delaware
July 2000, Vol. 8, No. 7: IADC Project: Making The Trial A Better Place To Teach And Learn, Gregory C. Read, Senior Partner, Sedgwick, Detert, Morgan & Arnold; President, International Association of Defense Counsel
IV. SPECIAL REPORTS/PROJECTS
Civil Justice Reform/ADR – Part I – August 1999, Vol. 7, No. 8
Cover: Congressional Legislation Addresses Crisis In Class Actions, Kevin J. Dunne, President, Lawyers For Civil Justice and Partner at Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold, p. 39 et seq.
Comment: The Civil Justice Reform Group: A Corporate Counsel Coalition, George Frazza, Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler LLP, p. 41.
Focus On American Tort Reform Association
Joyce Sherman (“Tiger”), President, and Victor E. Schwartz, General Counsel, American Tort Reform Association (ATRA), Be Alert To A Major Concern – Regulation By Litigation, p. 42 et seq.
Focus On Lawyers For Civil Justice
Kevin J. Dunne, President, LCJ and Partner at Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold and Frederick C. Kentz, III, Board Member of LCJ and Vice President and General Counsel, Hoffman-LaRoche, Inc., LCJ – Inside And Outside Counsel Partner For Civil Justice Reform, p. 44 et seq.
Focus On US Chamber Institute For Legal Reform
Lawrence B. Kraus, President, US Chamber Institute For Legal Reform, New Chamber Affiliate: Fixing The Civil Justice System, p. 46 et seq.
Focus On The Judiciary
Honorable E. Leo Milonas, Partner, Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts, The Honorable E. Leo Milonas Urges Support Of Court Reform, p. 50 et seq.
Defense Counsel Partner For Reform
Letters from Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr., Defense Research Institute; J. Ric Gass and William C. Roedder, Jr., Federation Of Insurance and Corporate Counsel; Rex L. Linder, International Association Of Defense Counsel, p. 48-49.
Public Service Organizations Support Better Courts
Letters from Michael A. Cardozo, Fund and Committee For Modern Courts; Lynn A. Marks, Pennsylvanians For Modern Courts, p. 51.
Civil Justice Reform Perspectives – Law Firms
Circuit Courts Address Standards For Pleading Scienter In Dismissing Complaints, Marc J. Sonnenfeld and Karen Pieslak Pohlmann, Morgan, Lewis & Brockius LLP, p. 52.
The Case For Abolishing Contingent Fee Arrangements, Bert W. Rein and John E. Barry, Wiley, Rein & Fielding, p. 54.
ADR Perspectives – Law Firms
“EDR,” Randall A. Burrows, McKenna & Cuneo, L.L.P., p. 47.Obtaining A Preliminary Injunction In Aid Of Arbitration, John M. Townsend, Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP, p. 55.
The Secrets Of A Successful ADR Program, Donna J. Tuttle, free-lance journalist, and Jennifer E. Hutchinson, Commercial Law Affiliates, p. 56.
ADR: The Road Ahead For Intellectual Property Counsel, Martin E. Goldstein and Heather Wilde, Darby & Darby, P.C., p. 57.
Alternative Dispute Resolution: A View From The Bench, Judge David O. Boehm, Harris Beach & Wilcox LLP, p. 58.
ADR Perspectives – Corporate Counsel
ADR: Antidote For Class Actions?, Mark Nordstrom, General Electric Company, p. 59.
ADR Perspectives – Service Providers
Limiting Discovery, Not The Facts: Using Investigators In Arbitrations And Mediations, Margaret A. Daley, Investigative Group International, p. 60.
Alternative Dispute Resolution: An Old Tactic To Relieve Modern Court Overloads, Kyle Christensen, West Group, with Honorable Eric E. Younger, p. 61.
Project: Corporate Counsel – August 1999, Vol. 7, No. 8
Corporate Lawyering Conference, p. 30.
Civil Justice Reform/ADR – September 1999, Vol. 7, No. 9
Cover: Interview: Lloyd H. Milliken, Jr., President, The Defense Research Institute (DRI) and Partner, Locke Reynolds LLP, DRI: Join With Outside Counsel To Partner For A Better Civil Justice System, p. 43 et seq.
Comment: Ohio Supreme Court Overturns Civil Justice Reform Law, Victor E. Schwartz, American Tort Reform Association, p. 45.
Civil Justice Reform Perspectives – Legislation p. 46.
Federal: Class Action Bill Advances In White House While Garnering Key Democratic Support, Barry Bauman, Lawyers for Civil Justice.
New York: Good Prospects Ahead, Mark Alesse, New Yorkers for Civil Justice Reform.
Pennsylvania: Corporate Counsel and Lawsuit Abuse, Roger E. Wright, Pennsylvania Civil Justice Coalition.
California: Plaintiff’s Bar Bills Heading Toward Governor’s Desk, John Sullivan, Civil Justice Association of California.
Civil Justice Reform Perspectives – Law Firms
Kumho Tire Company v. Carmichael: Do The Standards Set Forth In Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals Apply To All Experts, Including Insurance Experts?,
Walter Andrews, Wiley, Rein & Fielding, p. 47.
New Y2K Act Limits Liability For Year 2000 Computer Failures, Ross W. Dembling and Christopher R. Yukins, Holland & Knight LLP, p. 48.
Civil Justice Reform Perspectives – Book Review p. 49.
Out of Order: Arrogance, Corruption And Incompetence On the Bench, Max Boot, The Wall Street Journal.
Civil Justice Reform Perspectives – Courtroom Technology p. 51.
Legal Technology And Civil Justice Reform, Christine G. Heslinga, Courtroom 21 Project.
ADR Perspectives – Law Firms p. 52.
Corporate Counsel’s Advocacy of Meditation is Essential, John E. Osborn and Christopher J. Platt, John E. Osborn P.C.
ADR Perspectives – Organizations p. 53.
Putting A Price On History: The Zapruder Film Arbitration, William K. Slate II, American Arbitration Association.
International Perspectives – October 1999, Vol. 7, No. 10
Cover: IBA: Serving The Business Lawyer Internationally, J. William Rowley QC, Chairman, Section on Business Law, International Bar Association, and Partner and Chairman, McMillan Binch, Toronto, p. 41.
Focus On Global Inhouse Practice
Moving Between Two Worlds – The Role Of International Corporate Counsel
Interview: Walter G. Gans, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, Siemens Corporation, p. 42.
Focus On Global Law Firms
Applying An Inhouse Perspective To International Practice
Interview: William A. Wilson, III, Managing Partner in the Hong Kong office of Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, p. 43.
Focus on American Immigration Lawyers Association
Don’t Neglect Immigration Law: The American Immigration Lawyer’s Association Can Help You Keep Your Business Competitive
Interview: Ronald Klasko, Partner, Dechert Price & Rhoads, p. 44.
International Perspectives – Global Practice
The Future Structure Of The Global Legal Marketplace, Ward Bower, Principal, Altman Weil, Inc., p. 45.
International Perspectives – Law Firms
Corporate Planning: The United States Virgin Islands, William O’Connor, Partner and Leader of the International Practice Group, Harris Beach & Wilcox, LLP, p. 46.
International Trademark Protection, Ethan Horowitz, Member of Darby and Darby and Jessica L. Rothstein, Associate at Darby and Darby, p. 47.
International Perspectives – Service Providers
Technical Barriers To Trade ( Non Tariff Measures) Dr. Myron S. Weinberg, Chairman, THE WEINBERG GROUP INC., p. 48.
International Perspectives – Organizations
Letter: Klaus Bohlhoff, President, International Bar Association, p. 49.
ILA Holds ’99 Conference: The World In A Weekend, p. 50.
ACCA And Its European Chapter, p.50
International Perspectives – ADR
New International Commercial Arbitration Evidence Rules Economize, Appeal To Common And Civil Lawyers, Daniel J. Bender, Director, American Arbitration Association, p. 51.
Special Report: Diversity – January 2000, Vol. 8, No. 1:
Cover:Interview: Filling The Pipeline: The ABA’s Commitment To Diversity, William G. Paul, President of the American Bar Association and Partner of Crowe & Dunlevy and former Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Phillips Petroleum Corporation, p.31 et seq.
Corporate Counsel: Catalyst for Progress
Corporate Counsel Get Serious About Diversity – BellSouth Hosts Historic Conference, p. 33.
Responding to the Diversity Challenge, Lisa Walker Johnson, Principal with Altman Weil Inc., p. 34.
Focus On Women
What “Glass Ceiling”? A View From The Top Of A Major Law Firm, Candace K. Beinecke, Chair of Hughes Hubbard & Reed, LLP, p. 35.
Mary M. McDonald – Inhouse Pro Bono Champion Mary M. McDonald, former Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Merck & Co., p. 36.
“What Glass Ceiling?” Shelley Wallace – Service Provider To The Nation’s Lawyers, Shelley Wallace, founder of the Wallace Law Registry and Executive Vice President of TyMetrix, p. 37.
Filling The Pipeline-Mentoring
Opening The Window Of Opportunity – Justice Resource Center And City Bar MENTOR Program, Debra Lesser, Executive Director of the Justice Resource Center, p. 38.
Insights From A Mentor Of High School Students, Jennifer Jones, Senior Associate at Dewey Ballantine LLP and Vice Chairperson of the MLK Community Advisory Board, p. 39.
Filling the Pipeline – Law Firms Pitch In
Chadbourne & Parke Associates Participate As Mentors, p. 40. Heidel Pittoni Sees Tangible Benefits Of Maintaining A Diverse Workplace, p. 40. Hughes Hubbard Attorneys Committed To Forest Hills Mentoring Program, p. 40. Morgan Lewis Mentors Coach DeWitt Clinton Students, p. 40. Winthrop Stimson Attorneys Describe MENTOR Program Participation, p. 41. Holland & Knight Enjoys Mentoring Partnership With LaGuardia High School, p.41.
Current, Future Initiatives Discussed At NJCCA Diversity Dinner At NJPAC, p. 42.
ACCA Honors Lloyd Johnson, Founder Of Minority Corporate Counsel Association, p. 42.
ACCA Honors The St. Paul Companies With 1999 Diversity Award, p. 42.
ABA Business Law Section: Diversity In Action – An Update, p. 43.
Report From FCBA Diversity Committee, p. 44
WBA of DC Conducts Mentoring Program, p. 44.
Law School Initiatives
GWU Law School Promotes Diversity By Recruiting And Mentoring, p. 45. Judge Carter Appointed As Haywood Burns Chair At CUNY Law School, p. 45. Rutgers
School Of Law-Newark – Minority Student Program Strengthened, p. 45.
Special Report: Civil Justice Reform – April 2000, Vol. 8, No. 4
Cover:Electronic Discovery: Problems And Solutions, Alfred W. Cortese, Jr., Manager, Cortese PLLC and Edward C. Wolfe, Attorney, General Motors Corporation, p. 37.
Editorial: Judicial Nullification Of Tort Reform: A Call To Arms To Stop It Now, Victor Schwartz, Senior Partner, and Leah Lorber, Senior Associate, Crowell & Moring LLP, p. 39. Focus On Business Courts: Interview: Paul T. Dacier: High-Tech Business Needs Higher Tech Courts, Paul T. Dacier, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, EMC Corporations, p. 40 et seq.
Civil Justice Reform: Law Firms
The Supreme Court Considers Class Action Removal Jurisdiction Issues: Lessons From The Uniform Standards Act, Elizabeth S. Stong, Litigation Partner, Willkie Farr & Gallagher, p. 41.
Understanding And Shaping Civil Justice Reform And Construction Industry Standard Contracts, John E. Osborn, Partner and Christopher J. Platt, Associate, John Osborn P.C., p. 49.
Civil Justice Reform: Campaign Finance Reform
Fund For Modern Courts – Task Force On Judicial Campaign Finance Reform, Barbara E. Read, Associate Executive Director, The Fund for Modern Courts, p. 42 et seq.
Civil Justice Reform: Legislative Action
California: Voters Overwhelmingly Spurn Plaintiffs’ Lawyer-Sponsored Bills, John H. Sullivan, President, Civil Justice Association of California; Minnesota: Senate Panel Approves Joint And Several Liability Reform, Minnesota Chamber of Commence, p. 43.
Civil Justice Reform: Advocacy
National Legal Center – A Business Prospective On Legal Issues, Joel I. Klein, Assistant Attorney General – Antitrust Division, and Ernest B. Hueter, President of the National Legal Center, p. 44.
Washington Legal Foundation – Fighting For Free Enterprise Values, p. 45 et seq.
Civil Justice Reform: ADR
Arbitration – Real Civil Justice Reform, Edward C. Anderson, Managing Director, National Arbitration Forum, p. 46.
Don’t Be Floored By Construction Disputes – The Use Of Partnering In The Construction Industry, Mark Appel, Senior Vice President, American Arbitration Association, p. 50.
Special Report: “Project: RuleLaw”- May 2000, Vol. 8, No. 5
Focus On Education And The Rule Of Law
Amelia Boss: Building A Legal Basis Fro Chinese Prosperity, Amelia Boss, Chair Elect, Business Law Section of the ABA and Professor of Commerical Law, Temple University, p. 27 et seq.
Focus On Law Firms And The Rule Of Law
Jones Day: Pioneer Behind The Bamboo Curtain, Jim Baumoel, Partner, Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue, p. 28.
Financing Private Infrastructure In Developing Economies Concepts, Techniques and Perspectives, Steven Ostrover, Senior Economist, Econ One, p. 29 et seq.
Focus On The Rule Of Law
Charles D. Toy: OPIC, Promoter Of Foreign Investment And Advocate Of The Rule Of Law, Charles D. Toy, Vice President and General Counsel, Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), p. 30.
Focus On Central And East European Law Initiative
Mark S. Ellis: Easing Transitions To The Rule Of Law, Mark S. Ellis, Director, Central And East European Law Initiative (CEELI), p. 32 et seq.Civil Justice Reform – Part III – July 2000, Vol. 8, No. 7
Atlantic Legal Foundation – Advocate For Free Market System, Martin S. Kaufman, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Atlantic Legal Foundation, p. 39.
New England Legal Foundation: A Voice For Business, Andrew Grainger, President, New England Legal Foundation, p. 40.
V. SPECIAL REPORTS – REGIONS
Focus On Philadelphia _ Leaders Speak – March 2000, Vol. 8, No. 3:
Cover:Interview: Partnering With Outside Counsel For A Philadelphia Business Court, Marc J. Sonnenfeld, Litigation Partner, Morgan, Lewis, and Bockius LLP, p. 1 et seq.
Focus On Philadpelphia Courts
Commerce Court Introduced In Philadelphia, Judge John Herron, Judge John Herron, Administrative Judge Of The Trial Division Of The Philadephia Common Pleas Court, p. 26.
Focus On Corporate Counsel Organizational Leaders
Chancellor Doreen S. Davis, Philadelphia Bar, p. 49 et seq.
Gregory Warner, President of DELVACCA, p. 52.
Focus On Philadelphia Pro Bono Leaders
Catherine Carr, Executive Director, Community Legal Services, Inc., p. 50 et seq.
Focus On Philadelphia Corporate Counsel
Albert J. Bartosic: Mr. Inside Goes Outside_ Corporate Counseling As A Second Career, Albert J. Bartosic, Of Counsel, Manta and Welge, p. 51 et seq.
Focus On Boston _ Leaders Speak – April 2000, Vol. 8, No. 4
Focus On Law Department Management
Richard S. Scipione: Meeting The Challenges Of A Changing Client, Richard S. Scipione, General Counsel, John Hancock Financial Services Inc., p. 22 et seq.
Focus On Business Courts
Paul T. Dacier: Hi-Tech Business Needs Higher Tech Courts, Paul T. Dacier, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of EMC Corporation, p. 40 et seq.
Focus On Bar Association Leaders
Thomas E. Dwyer, Jr., President, Boston Bar Association, p. 62.
Focus On Corporate Counsel Leaders
Sharon Cohen Gold, President, Northeast Chapter, ACCA, p. 63.
Focus On Pittsburgh _ A Leader Speaks – May 2000, Vol. 8, No. 5
Focus On Pittsburgh General Counsel
James C. Diggs: Quality And Caring Leadership At PPG, James C. Diggs, Senior Vice President And General Counsel, PPG Industries, Inc., p. 47 et seq.
Special Section : Maryland – June 2000, Vol. 8, No. 6
Cover:Interview: The Hon. Casper Taylor: Why Maryland Needs A Business Court, The Hon. Casper Taylor, Speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates, p. 47.
Focus On Corporate Counsel Organization Leaders
Maureen Dry: President of The Baltimore Chapter Of ACCA, p. 48.
Focus On A Maryland Business Court
Eric G. Orlinsky and Henry Hopkins: Partnering For A Maryland Business Court, Eric G. Orlinsky, Attorney, Saul, Ewing, Weinberg & Green and Henry Hopkins, General Counsel, T. Rowe Price & Associates, Inc., p. 49.
Focus On Bar Association Leaders
James L. Thompson: President Of The Maryland State Bar Association, James L. Thompson, Partner, Miller, Miller & Canby, p. 50.
Focus On Baltimore Pro Bono
Catalysts Associates: Harnessing Corporate Lawyers’ Skills To Create Jobs For Inner City Youth, Michael Baader, and Robert Geis, Partners, Venable Baetjer & Howard, LLP, p. 51.
Special Section: New Jersey – July 2000, Vol. 8, No. 7:
Cover: Barry D. Epstein: President, The New Jersey State Bar Association, p. 43.
James C. Kellogg, President & CEO, Community Foundation of New Jersey, p. 44 et seq.
Focus On Pro Bono
Melville D. (De) Miller: President Of Legal Services Of New Jersey, p. 45.
Reaching Across The Hudson, The Pro Bono Partnership Expands Into NJ, Richard Hobish, Executive Director, The Pro Bono Partnership, p. 46.
A. Corporate Counsel
Beck, David, Partner, Beck, Redden & Seacrest, LLP, IADC – Serving Corporate Counsel Through The Corporate Counsel College And Improving The Litigation Environment, December 1999, Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 32.
Beckner, Paul, President, Citizens For a Sound Economy, CSE: Laying The Foundations For Reform, October 1999, Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 32.
Bender, David, President, The Computer Law Association, June 2000, Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 30.
Boe, Randoll, Vice President and Associate General Counsel, America Online, How AOL Wins Cases, December 1999, Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 24.
Charles, Meg, Vice President Strategic Planning and General Counsel of Cignal Global Communications, Helping A New Growth Company Succeed, January 2000, Vol. 8, No. 1, p. 20 et seq.
Curreri, Michael, Senior Vice President, Tymetrix, Michael Curreri: A Collaborative Knowledge Management System At No Cost, June 2000, Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 26.
Engelman, Glenn, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, AstraZeneca LP, Guiding An Outstanding Department In The Pharmaceutical Industry, March 2000, Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 28.
Gegenheimer, Michael, General Counsel, Rich Cohen, Director of Discovery Services, and Ben Blanquera, Director of Operations of INTEGREX, Using The Internet For Litigation Support, March 2000, Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 34 et seq.
Liftin, John, General Counsel, The Prudential Insurance Company of America, John M. Liftin, Effectively Managing A Large Department, June 2000, Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 24.
Long, Lucinda, General Counsel, Valley National Bank, Shaping A Small Law Department To Do A Big Job, May 2000, Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 24 et seq.
Ludlam, Chuck, Vice President for Government Relations, Biotechnology Industry Association (BIO), Need Info On Biotech? – Come To Boston, March 26-30, March 2000, Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 36 et seq.
Malof, Peter, Vice President and General Counsel, National Starch and Chemical Company, Top Performance From A Small Department Serving a Global Corporation, October 1999, Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 28.
Ottinger, Richard, Dean, Pace University, Pace: Finding Synergies With Corporate Counsel, November 1999, Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 48 et seq.
Ounsworth, James A., Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, Safeguard Scientifics, Inc., Practicing Law on the High-Tech Frontier, September 1999, Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 20.
Ruddell, Jane, Vice President and General Counsel, Jefferson Health System, Maneuvering In The Complex Health Care Legal Environment, November 1999, Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 26 et seq.
Scheinman, Dan, Senior Vice President and Legal Counsel, Cisco Systems, and Del Stiltner Dameron, McKenna & Cuneo, LLP, McKenna & Cuneo and Cisco Systems Model an Effective Partnering Relationship, September 1999, Vol. 7, No. 9 p 26 et seq.
Utecht, Andrea E., Senior Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel, Elf Atochem, Results Oriented, December 1999, Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 24.
Walsh, David J., Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Executive Team Member, Swiss Re America Holding Corporations, Rationalizing The Legal Function
– And Enjoying It, August 1999, Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 22 et seq.
Wiesen, Jefferey M., Counsel to the Massachusetts Biotechnology Counsel (MBC) Why Lawyers Should Attend Bio 2000 – The MBC’s Role, March 2000, Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 36 et seq.
Wise, William A., Jr., Corporate Counsel, Analog Devices, Inc., Providing Legal Assistance To A High Tech Growth Company In The Greater Boston Area, July 2000, Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 24 et seq.
Yestrumskas, Paul E., Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, Playtex Products, Inc., Serving The Wide-Ranging Legal Needs Of A Smaller Company, February 2000, Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 26 et seq.B. Corporate Counsel Organizations
Cohen Gold, Sharon, President, Northeast Chapter, ACCA, Sharon Cohen Gold, President, Northeast Chapter, ACCA, April 2000, Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 63.
Kiddoo, Jean L., President, Federal Communications Bar Association, Join The
FCBA: Your Ticket to Cyberspace, September 1999, Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 34 et seq.
Krebs, Frederick J., President and Chief Operating Officer, The American Corporate Counsel Association, and William D. Cotter, President of the Westchester Southern Connecticut Chapter of ACCA, The Corporate Bar Membership Votes Overwhelming Support For Affiliation With ACCA, February 2000, Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 48.
Machlowitz, David S., President, Greater New York Chapter ACCA, February 2000, Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 46.
Warner, Gregory, Corporate Counsel, Shared Medical Systems, President of the Delaware Valley Chapter Of The American Corporate Counsel Association, (DELVACCA), March 2000, Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 52.
C. Pro Bono Organizations
Connolly, Mary M., Executive Director of The Volunteer Lawyers Project of The Boston Bar Association, Mary M. (Meg) Connolly: Meeting Boston’s Legal Services Needs, May 2000, Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 58 et seq.
Fortenbaugh III, Samuel B., Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP; Richard E. Mulroy, Senior Vice President & General Counsel, MONY Group, Inc., and Sean C. Delany, Executive Director, Lawyers Alliance for New York, Lawyers Alliance of New York: Making The Most of Inhouse And Law Firm Pro Bono Potential, March 2000, Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 40 et seq
Fugere, Patricia Mullahy, Executive Director, Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless, Legal Clinic That Inspired The Street Lawyer Welcomes Partnerships With Corporate Counsel, November 1999, Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 38.
Leandre, Jacques, Program Coordinator, MFY New Starts Initiative: MFY’s New Starts Initiative Helps Clients Achieve Self- Sufficiency, June 2000, Vol. 8, No. 6, p. 28.
Sinsheimer, Warren, Recipient of the 1999 ABA Senior Lawyers division Pro Bono Award, Sinsheimer Sets Example For Senior Lawyers In Pro Bono Work, October 1999, Vol. 7, No. 10, p. 64
Brown, Ronna, President, Better Business Bureau Of Metro New York, Supporting Corporate Counsels’ Mission, August 1999; Vol. 7, No. 8, p.14 et seq.
Carmack, Curtis, Intellectual Property and Technology Counsel, Metromedia, Protecting The Client In A High Tech Environment, April 2000, Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 60 et seq.
Carriere, Margaret, Vice President – Legal and Associate General Counsel, Halliburton Company and Penny Simpson, Principal, Altman Weil, Inc., The Secret Of “The Buy In” – Staff Involvement In Implementing A Matter Management System, April 2000, Vol. 8, No. 4, p. 28 et seq. Charap, Ross, Senior Counsel, Darby and Darby, P.C., Music and Business: You Need to Know Your Obligations Under the Copyright Law, September 1999, Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 38.
Covault, Carolyn, Senior Attorney, Texaco Inc., Selecting and Implementing a Matter Management System, May 2000, Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 26 et seq.
DiSantis, Linda, K., Vice President and Managing Attorney, United Parcel Service, Shaping The Future: Assembling An Effective Law Firm Network, December 1999, Vol. 7, No. 12, p. 26 et seq.
Galardi, Joseph C., President/Labor and Employment Counsel, Merck-Medco Managed Care, L.L.C., A Small Staff Effectively Handles Large Workload, February 2000, Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 31.
Gillespie, Samuel H. III, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Mobil Oil Corporation, and Member, Board of Directors, eLawForum, B2B Comes To Legal Services, July 2000, Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 30 et seq.
Grove, Michael N., Of Counsel, Friedman Siegelbaum LLP Outsourcing Specialized Legal Services In A Hi-Tech Business, March 2000, Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 32.
Henry II, John B., Founder and Chief Executive Officer, eLaw Forum and Boyden Gray, Partner, Wilmer Cutler & Pickering, elawforum: eCommerce Tool Finds The Perfect Outside Counsel “Fit”, May 2000, Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 26 et seq. 34, et seq.
Hurd, Rynette N., Counsel, International Paper Company, Knowledge Sharing: The Key To Law Department Superiority, September 1999, Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 36 et seq.
Lanning, John T., Vice Chairman , Tax Services, KPMG LLP, One-Stop Shopping For Global Tax Advice, November 1999, Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 32.
Maness, Maryrose E., Assistant General Counsel, Philip Morris Management Corporation, Effectively Coping With Human Resources Law Complexities, November 1999, Vol. 7, No. 11, p. 30 et seq.
Poff, Pamela S., Deputy General Counsel and Senior Vice President, Paine Webber, Incorporated, Sophisticated Employment Law Management In Financial Services, March 2000, Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 30.
Sussman, Robert J., Managing Counsel, The Bank Of New York, Pension Related Services At The Bank Of New York – Supplying Legal Know-How, July 2000, Vol. 8, No. 7, p. 28 et seq.
DiBlasi, John P., Justice, Supreme Court of the State of New York, The Westchester Commerce Court – A Successful First Year, February 2000, Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 28.
Hedges, Ronald J., Judge, New Jersey District Court, Technology in The Courts, September 1999, Vol. 7, No. 9, p 32.
Herron, John, Administrative Judge of The Trial Division Of The Philadelphia Common Pleas Court, A Business-Friendly Court: Commerce Court Introduced In Philadelphia, March 2000, Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 26.VII. POLICY ISSUES ALERT!
December 1999; Vol. 7, No. 12: SEC Adoption Of Revisions To The Rules And Regulations Applicable To Takeover Transactions; SEC Adoption Of Exemptive Rules For Cross-Border Tender And Exchange Offers, Business Combinations, And Rights Offerings Relating To Foreign Companies, Thomas M. Cerabino, John S. D’ Alimonte and Steven J. Gartner, p. 15.
VIII. INHOUSE PERSPECTIVES
October 1999; Vol. 7 No. 10: Is UCITA Worthy Of Active Support?, Micalyn S. Harris, Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel, Winpro, Inc., Chair of The American Bar Association’s Corporate Communication’s Subcommittee and Vice-Chair of its Subcommittee on Software Contracting, Chair of the New York State Bar Association’s Licensing Subcommittee p. 40.
April 2000; Vol. 8, No. 4: 2000 The Year Of The Audit Committee, John W. Hetherington, Vice President and Secretary, Westvaco Corporation, p. 24
IX. PRO BONO REPORT
August 1999; Vol. 7, No. 8: Changes At Lawyers Alliance, And A New National Pro Bono Program, p. 64.
October 1999; Vol. 7, No. 10: A Plea For Another 25 Years For The Legal Services Corporation, Philip Anderson, p. 64.
November 1999; Vol. 7, No. 11: The Battle To Conquer Lupus Deserves Our Support, Teri Wilford Wood, Associate General Counsel , IBM Corporation p.27. Pro Bono Partnership Announces New Website And Expansion Plans, p. 53. A Successful Pro Bono Partnership Leonard D. Andrew, chairman of the Board, Tarrytown YMCA, p. 41.
January 2000; Vol. 8, No. 1: JAMS Panelists Implementing $ 1 Million Commitment To Pro Bono, p. 23. ACCA Honors Exxon Company, USA, p. 23. Pro Bono Partnership Recognizes Its 1999 Volunteers Of The Year, p. 49.
February 2000; Vol. 8, No. 2: The MENTOR Program-Justice Resource Center, p. 40.
March 2000; Vol. 8, No. 3: Dow Corning Law Department Cited For its Pro Bono Efforts, p. 45.
May 2000; Vol 8, No. 5: Pro Bono Partnership Expands Services Into Northern New Jersey, p. 49.
June 2000; Vol. 8, No. 6: Richard Hobish Gives Keynote Speech To Gathering Of Connecticut Nonprofits, p. 40.
X. CONSULTANTS CORNER
September 1999; Vol. 7, No. 9: Preparing for Electronic Discovery – Reducing The Production Set, Ibis Consulting, Inc. p. 21. What an Investigative Due Diligence Report Does or Does Not Do, James Mulvaney, Director of Research, KPMG’s Forensic and Litigation Services p. 57. Historians In The Courtroom, Edward Dunkelberger III, Managing Consultant, The Weinberg Group Inc., p 58. E-Business Integrity: Are Consumers Concerned? Charles A. Saia, Manager in the Enterprise Risk Services practice and Anthony DeGregorio, Senior Manager, Deloitte & Touche, p. 59. In-House Counsel Can Use News Proactively, John Baker, Executive Legal Consultant, LEXIS NEXIS Group, p. 60. A Computer Systems Conversion Can Dramatically Increase Department Productivity, Max Messmer, Chairman & CEO, The Affiliates, p. 61.
October 1999; Vol. 7, No. 10: White Paper: Meeting The Evolving Needs Of the Dynamic Corporate Legal Profession, LEXIS-NEXIS Group, p. 30.
November 1999; Vol. 7, No. 11: Automated Citation – Checking Enhances Productivity, John Baker, p. 31. How To Gain The Interviewing Edge, Nancy Molloy, President, Legend Staffing Services, Inc. and Liz Richmond, Assistant Vice President and Manager of the Permanent Placement Division, p. 33. Inhouse Legal Staffing Trends: Skills In Demand For 2000, Max Messmer, Chairman and CEO, The Affiliates, p. 34. The Microsoft Decision: Are Your Benefit Plans Under Siege?, Joshua Schott, President, Update Legal Staffing and Eric Solomon, General Counsel, Update Legal Staffing, p. 36.
December 1999; Vol. 7, No. 12: Flexibility and The Law, Lisa Gold, Managing Director, Philadelphia Office of the Law Registry, p. 38. Tips for Avoiding Co-Employment Liability, Gregory J. Mazares, President, Interim Legal Services, p. 40.
January 2000; Vol. 8, No. 1: Research Tool Taps Primary Legal Sources And Background, John Barker, p. 27.
February 2000, Vol. 8, No. 2: Lost Profits And Royalties In Intellectual Property Disputes: The Need To Avoid Double Dipping, Charles R. Mahla, PhD., Senior Economist and Lynette Hilton, PhD., Economist, Econ One Research, Inc., p. 30. E-Commerce Arbitration: The Solution For New Legal Issues, Curtis Brown, Vice President and General Counsel, National Arbitration Forum and Kristen Porter, an IS Legal Associate with the Forum, p. 32.
March 2000, Vol. 8, No. 3: Critical Issues In Consumer Privacy For Financial Institutions, Ellen S. Zimiles, Partner, KPMG’s Forensic and Litigation Services, p. 38. Corporate Practitioners Have Been Better Ways To Access Trusted Information Resources, Christensen, Kyle, Product News & Information Specialist, West Group, p. 39.
April 2000, Vol 8, No. 4: Clean Air Act New Source Review Regulations Pose Big Risks For Manufacturers, David Wooley, author of West’s Clean Air Handbook, and Partner, Young Sommer LLC and Elizabeth Morss, Of Counsel, Young, Sommer LLC, p. 27.
May 2000, Vol. 8, No. 5: Finding Top Candidates In A Competitive Market, Max Messmer, Chairman and CEO, The Affiliates, p. 38.
June 2000, Vol. 8, No. 6: Whither ADR?, Hon. Walter A. Bowser, Director of Arbitration, National Arbitration Forum, p. 32. The Use Of ADR To Resolve High Volume, Complex Claims, Fern Schair, Vice President, American Arbitration Association (AAA), p. 34. When The Discrimination Police Come Calling, Insurers Need To Be Ready, Robert R. Detlefsen, Ph.D., Vice President, Bork and Associates, p. 36. Compliance Programs: They Aren’t Just For The Bad Guys, David M. Shapiro, Director, Financial Services Group of Kroll Lindquist Avey, p. 37. Proposed Legislation Hammered Out By ERC Fellows Group Would Protect Whistleblowers, Results Of Compliance Efforts, Mike Moore, Managing Editor, BNA/ ACCA Compliance Manual: Prevention of Corporate Liability, p. 38. Breaking Down Barriers To Insurance E-Commerce, Vince Werling, Senior Manager, Deloitte & Touche’s Enterprise Risk Services, p. 42. Insurance And Insurance Compliance Resource Update, Tom Pfeifer, National Manager- Insurance Markets and Shelly Nelson, Strategic Marketer for the Insurance and Health Care Industries, West Group, p. 63.
July 2000, Vol 8, No. 7: Prohibited Transactions, David B Brandolph, Legal Editor, BNA Pension & Benefits Reporter, p. 26. Revisiting The FLSA’s White-Collar Exemptions: Will Congress Alleviate The Overtime Burden For High-Paid Employees?, Laurie E. Leader, p. 33. Overseas Mutual Fund Prospects Bright – But Caveat Vendor!, Bruce Marcus and Christine Kotarba, p. 35.
XI. BOOK REVIEWS
November 1999, Vol. 7, No. 11: Commercial Litigation In New York State Courts
– A Current Guide For Commercial Cases, Edited By Robert L. Haig, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, Reviewed by Lawrence D. Chesler, p. 49.
December 1999, Vol. 7, No. 12: Making Sense of Environmental Justice, by Michael W. Steinberg, Reviewed by William L. Kovacs, Vice President, Environmental & Regulatory Affairs Division, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, p. 39.
February 2000, Vol. 8, No. 2: A Practical Guide To Tax Issues In Employment, by Julia K. Brazelton, reviewed by Arthur B. Smith, Jr., Partner, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C., p. 35.
XII. LAW SCHOOL NOTES
October 1999; Vol. 7, No. 10: Fordham Corporate Law Institute Presents Conference on International Antitrust Law & Policy; Columbia Law School Awards Wien Prize, p. 37.
February 2000; Vol. 8, No. 2: Fordham University School Of Law Symposium On Derivatives And Risk Management 2000; Michael I. Sovern Honored By Columbia University; Rutgers Constitutional Litigation Clinic Continues 1999-2000 Public Interest Lecture Series; Pace Seeks Intern Sponsors,
April 2000; Vol. 8, No. 4: Rutgers Constitutional Litigation Clinic Concludes Public Interest Lecture Series; Fordham Law To Host International Conference On Intellectual Property Law & Policy; Brooklyn Law School Appoints New Associate Dean, p. 32.
XIII. PARTNERS NOTES
August 1999; Vol.7, No. 8: Morgan Lewis Summer Associates Begin Public Interest Fellowship Program; Amy Benjamin, Ross Charap Join Darby & Darby, p. 31. Akin Gump Team Assists With Merger; Joseph Hoffman Joins Kelley Drye, p. 34. Kelley Drye Names Theodore Voss As Director Of Client Services; Lora Fong Joins Greenbaum Rowe, p.35.
September 1999; Vol. 7, No. 9: KPMG White Paper Emphasizes Value Of Protecting IP Assets; Beveridge Names Directors, Of Counsel, p. 33. Mintz Levin Opens New Office In Virginia Technology Corridor, p. 35. Greenbaum Rowe Names New Of Counsel, p. 39. Stradley Ronon Names Two Lateral Partners; Partner Named Trial Lawyer Fellow, p. 41.
October 1999; Vol. 7, No. 10: Manko Gold Attorneys Share ACLEA Awards Spotlight; James L. Casserly Joins Mintz Levin; Patton Boggs Sponsors WITI Annual Conference, p. 33. Stradley Ronon Attorney Elected To Board Of TLPJ Foundation; Dechert Price Partners Honored For Efforts On Environmental Law Manual, p. 35. Morgan Lewis Rated Among Top 3 Firms In The Country To Work For; Patton Boggs Creates Website, p. 36.
November 1999; Vol. 7, No. 11: Greenbaum Rowe Names New Partner; Morgan Lewis Names Three As Partners, One As Of Counsel; Holland & Night Partner Named Fellow Of American Bar Foundation; Whitman Breed Abbot & Morgan LLP Expands Its Los Angeles Litigation Department ; Ogletree Deakins Names Chicago Partner; KMPG Says Many Firms Ignore Value of Intellectual Property, p. 40. Patton Boggs Midlevel Associates Rate Firm Tops In Satisfaction; Zabel Joins Akin Gump Litigation Practice, Archer & Greiner Establishes Diversity Scholarship Program, p. 43.
December 1999; Vol. 7, No. 12: Burns Joins Akin Gump In Brussels; Khaled Rabbani Joins Akin Gump Affiliate In Riyadh; Weil Names Two Partners, One Counsel; Three Join Wiley Rein & Fielding, p. 35. Dallas-Based Firm Merges With Ogletree Deakins; Lyon & Lyon Opens DC Office; Altman Weil Names Principal At Firm’s London Office; Winthrop Stimsom Expands London Practice By Moving To Larger Office Space; Salvatore J. Vitiello Joins Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, p. 36. Winthrop Stimsom Participates In Successful Buhrman NV/Corporate Express Deal; Archer & Greiner Partner Honored by Camden County Bar Association, p. 37.
January 2000; Vol. 8, No. 1: Survey: Average Legal Starting Salaries Going Up In 2000; AAA Names Eleven Judges To Midatlantic Federal Judicial Panel; Roper Poll Reveals Americans Welcome ADR, p. 24. Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP Doubles Size Of Princeton Office; Kerber Joins Stradley Ronon In Delaware; Holland & Knight Attorney Reappointed To Head EPA Advisory Council; Archer & Greiner Attorney Wins Major Award; Dechert Price & Rhoads Adds Four Attorneys; Former SEC Litigation Counsel Joins Dilworth Paxson LLP, p. 28. Martindale Offers Online Directory Of Professional Legal Staff Members; Greenbaum Rowe Adds Practice Chair; Akin Gump Attorney Named To American Red Cross Post; Piper Marbury Rudnick & Wolfe LLP Adds Six Attorneys In New York; Weil Joins Externship Program At Lawyers Alliance for New York; Ogletree Deakins Adds Partners In Chicago, Washington, DC, p. 30.
February 2000; Vol. 8, No. 2: Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young LLP Announces Four New Partners; Morgan Lewis Expands NYC, DC Securities Practice; Larry Willis Joins Weil Gotshal As Director Of Legislative Affairs; Philip Sellinger Named Co-Chair Of Sills Cummis Litigation Group; Winthrop Stimson Adds Six Attorneys In Hong Kong, Singapore Expansion; Holland & Knight Names Two As Senior Counsel In Washington, DC; Manko Attorney Renamed To Panel, p. 36. Akin Gump Elects 13 To Partnership, One As Senior Advisor, One As Senior Counsel, p. 39. Statistical Information Now Available; No-Fault Conciliation Center Opened In NYC By AAA, p. 40. National Arbitration Forum Tapped To Help Resolve Cybersquatting Disputes; Darby & Darby Names Lindvall A Partner; JAMS To Help Mediate GM Disputes, p. 41. Matthew Bender & Company Releases New York Consolidated Law Service, West Publishing Third Edition Of Siegel’s New York Practice, p. 55.
March 2000; Vol. 8, No. 3: Morgan Lewis Helps Clear Way For Formation Of Large Wireless Provider; Akin Gump Mourns Passing of Senior Partner Henry Akin, p. 31. Wilkie Farr Attorney Authors Guide to Preventing Financial Fraud; Dean Elwin Joins Shearman & Sterling, p. 35. Global Securities Information, Inc. Takes Extra Steps to Ensure Client Privacy; Delaware Corporate Law Library Release On Matthew Bender Authority, p. 42. Holland Knight Combines With Burke, Weaver & Prell; Morgan Lewis Names Gerald Freedman As Managing Partner; Steven Hazen Joins Kelley Drye, p. 43. Akin Hires Executive Director; Names Two New Partners; Three Jon Mintz Levin, p. 44.
April 2000, Vol. 8, No. 4: Riker Danzig Names New Partners And Counsel; Ogletree Deakins Merges With McFall Law Firm, P.C.; UJA To Honor NY Attorney General At Annual Dinner On April 4; Kelley Drye Adds Extranet Capability; Harris Beach Wilcox LLP Names New Partners; Winthrop Stimson Wins $ 3 Million Award; Lorelie Masters Joins Beveridge & Diamond; Dechert Adds Antitrust Group In Washington, DC, p. 26. Judge Sporkin, Professor Goldschmid Join Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP; White House Aide, Congressional Staff Chief Join Holland & Knight; Hanback Appointed Chair Of NMHC; Stradley Ronon Merges With Washington, DC Law Firm; Manko To Receive Conservation Professional Award; Patterson Names Three partners, One Of counsel, One Counsel; Riker Attorney Heads NJ Estate Group, p. 30. Darby & Darby Secures Favorable Trademark Ruling; Cummings & Lockwood Attorney Honored, p. 31. Patton Boggs Hires Chief Of Staff To U.S. Secretary Of Education; Dechert Price Elects 10 Associates One Counsel As New Partners, p. 32.
May 2000, Vol. 8, No. 5: West Group Now Offers Legal Information From UK; Mintz Levin Names 10 New Partners; Lawrence J. Slattery Joins Morgan Lewis, p. 37. Akin Gum Adds Partner to Management Committee, p. 38. Beveridge & Diamond Announces Three New Principals, One Of Counsel; Anthony R. Corso Joins Akin Gump, p. 39. Charles Schwenck, Genevieve Morelli Join Kelley Drye & Warren LLP; Holland & Knight Forms Alliance With Governmental Affairs Firm, p. 41.
June 2000, Vol. 8, No. 6: Eckert Seamans Joins Metro NY And Midatlantic Editions As Supporting Firm; Jones Day Joins Metro NY Edition As Supporting Firm; Inhouse Counsel Joins Stradley Ronon, p. 27. Corporate Legal Spending Up, Report Says, p. 41. Former Top Philadelphia Official, Francine Friedman Griesing, Chooses Eckert Seamans; Jeffrey Longsworth Joins Kelley Drye; Project Practice Team Joins Jones Day, p. 45. Welge Inducted Into Mediator Academy; Three New Partners Join Patton Boggs LLP, p. 64.
July 2000, Vol. 8, No. 7: Eckert Seamans Names Terry Bossert As Member; Vanessa Green Spiro Named Weil Partner, p. 27. Gov. Whitman’s Former Chief Counsel Becomes Of Counsel At Stradley Ronon; Proskauer Attorneys Help Pave Way For New Professional Football League; DiLello Honored For Legal Aid Work, p. 41. Joseph M. Manko Named To Advisory Board; Green Stewart Attorneys Join Akin Gump, p. 42.
XIV. MEET THE AUTHOR
August 1999; Vol.7, No. 8: John E. Osborn P.C. Use of Non-Binding ADR In Environmental and Construction Disputes Through Teamwork With Outside Counsel,
Speakers: John E. Osborn and Christopher J. Platt, p. 63.
September 1999; Vol. 7, No. 9: John E. Osborn P.C. Use of Non-Binding ADR In Environmental and Construction Disputes Through Teamwork With Outside Counsel ,
Speakers: John E. Osborn and Christopher J. Platt; Winthrop, Stimson, Putman & Roberts Privilege For Inside Counsel: To Be or Not to Be, David G. Keyko and the Hon. E. Leo Milonas, p. 66.
October 1999; Vol. 7, No. 10: Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP Retaliation and Ethics, Speaker: Jill E. Jachera; John E. Osborn P.C. Litigation Strategies In Construction Disputes: Being Cost-Effective and Winning, Speakers: John E. Osborn, Eric L. Guhring, p. 58.
November 1999; Vol. 7, No. 11: Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP Retaliation and Ethics, Speaker: Jill E. Jachera; John E. Osborn P.C. Litigation Strategies In Constructions Disputes: Being Cost-Effective and Winning,Speakers: John E. Osborn, Eric L. Guhring, p. 50. Darby & Darby Intellectual Property And The Digital Delivery Of Content, Speakers: Ross Charap and Eric Prager, p. 53.
December 1999; Vol. 7, No. 12: Darby & Darby, P.C. Intellectual Property and the Digital Delivery of Content, Ross Charap and Eric Prager; Sills Cummis Radin Tischman Epstein & Gross Recovering Y2K Compliance Costs, Speakers: Philip R. Sellinger and David Jay; Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP Employment Law Update,
Speakers: Laura H. Allen and Jodi E. Divak, p. 44.
January 2000; Vol. 8, No. 1: Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP and Saiber Schlesinger Satz & Goldstein Annual Antitrust Update,Speakers: Jay N. Fastow and Arnold Calmann, p. 50. Sills Cummis Radin Tischman Epstein & Gross Recovering Y2K Compliance Costs, Speakers: Philip R. Sellinger and David Jay; p. 51. Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP Employment Law Update, Speakers: Laura H. Allen and Jodi E. Divak, p. 52. Darby & Darby, P.C. Intellectual Property and the Digital Delivery of Content, Speakers: Ross Charap and Eric Prager, p. 52.
February 2000; Vol. 8, No. 2: Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue Alternative Dispute
Resolution: Developments of Interest to Corporate Counsel, Speakers: Steven C. Bennett, Frederick Sherman p. 45. Sills Cummis Radin Tischman Epstein & Gross Recovering Y2K Remediation Costs Under Property Policies, p. 47. March 2000; Vol. 8, No. 3: Sills Cummis Radin Tischman Epstein & Gross Recovering Y2K Remediation Costs Under Property Policies, Speakers: Philip R. Sellinger and David Jay, p 55. Friedman Siegelbaum, LLP Emerging Issues In E-Commerce, Internet Use, And Technology Contracting, Speakers: N. Michael Grove, Marc S. Friedman and Mary Hildebrand p. 56. Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue Alternative Dispute Resolution: Developments of Interest to Corporate Counsel, Speakers: Steven C. Bennett, Frederick Sherman and Jeff Benjamin, p. 57.
April 2000, Vol. 8, No. 4: Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue Alternative Dispute
Resolution: Developments of Interest to Corporate Counsel, Speakers: Steven C. Bennett, Frederick E. Sherman and Jeff Benjamin, p. 35. Friedman Siegelbaum, LLP Emerging Issues In E-Commerce, Internet Use and Technology, Speakers; N. Michael Grove, Marc S. Friedman, Mary Hildebrand and Richard I. Samuel, p. 56. Whitman Breed Abbott & Morgan LLP Internet Advertising, Dennis Connuck, Meeka Jun, Andrea C. Levine, and Madeleine Schacter, p. 59. Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP Antitrust And The Internet, Speakers: James B. Kobak Jr.,Robert P. Reznick Michael E. Salzman, Michael Altschul; Answers To Ethical Questions On Privilege And Internal Investigations, Speakers: Carla A.Kerr and William R. Maguire; The Party-Appointed Arbitrator And Other Ethical Issues In International Arbitration, Speakers: Carla A. Kerr and John M. Townsend, p. 56. John E. Osborn, P.C. Getting Back On Track: Turning Around The Construction Project “Heading South,” Speaker: John E. Osborn, p. 57. Darby & Darby, P.C. Intellectual Property In A Changing Business Environment, Speakers: Ethan Horwitz and Pierre Yanney, p. 57. Willkie Farr & Gallagher What’s An Audit Committee To Do?, Speaker: Michael R. Young, p. 56.
May 2000, Vol. 8, No. 5: Willkie Farr & Gallagher What’s An Audit Committee To Do?, Speaker: Michael R. Young, p. 52. Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP Antitrust And The Internet, Speakers: James B. Kobak Jr., Robert P. Resnick, Michael E. Salzman, and Michael Altschul; Answers To Ethical Questions On Privilege And Internal Investigations, Speakers: Carla A. Kerr and William R. Maguire; The Party-Appointed Arbitrator And Other Ethical Issues In International Arbitration, Speakers: Carla A. Kerr, John M. Townsend and Robert V. Millstone. John E. Osborn, P.C. Getting Back On Track: Turning Around The Construction Project “Heading South,” Speakers:John E. Osborn and Eric L. Guhring ; Whitman Breed Abbott & Morgan LLP What Corporations Need To Know About Changes In The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), Speaker: Adin Goldberg, p. 53.
June 2000, Vol. 8, No. 6: Weil, Gotshal & Manges, Financial Services Update,
Speakers: Jay N. Fastow and Stephen D. Kahn, p. 56. Darby & Darby Trademark.com,
Speakers: Amy J. Benjamin, Robert S. Weisbein, Bret J. Parker. Whitman Breed Abbott & Morgan What Corporations Need To Know About Changes In The Americans With Disabilities Act, Speaker: Adin Goldberg, p. 57.
July 2000, Vol. 8, No. 7: John E. Osborn P.C. Getting Back On Track: Turning Around The Construction Project Headed South, Speaker: Speakers: John E. Osborn and Charles B. Katzenstein, p. 50.
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