March 1999 • Volume 87 • Number 3
An attorney discharged by his law firm employer has no remedy of an action for retaliatory discharge; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Dynasty trusts can be just the estate planning device your client needs, but take care not to run afoul of rule against perpetuities and the Internal Revenue Code.
Do your clients know they can use trusts to encourage good behavior by trust beneficiaries? This questionnaire can help you help them do value-based estate planning.
The author argues that there is a better way for courts to limit legislators' power to combine diverse subjects into a single bill and offers an alternative.
A review of important changes wrought by this sweeping new law.
A primer on wrongful discharge, with an emphasis on employee handbooks and retaliatory discharge.
Workers' comp; allow penalties for meritless claims
For you estate planners, we offer an article by Messrs. Margolin and Weinstein on the interplay between dynasty trusts and that law-student's nightmare, the rule against perpetuities.
One of the fundamental tasks of a lawyer is to find the law and communicate that authority to others.
The "Frye plus reliability'' standard.
Here's how to size up a prospective (or an opponent's) psychologist-expert.
You loved 'em as a kid and as a law student — now that you're a lawyer, don't overlook encyclopedias as you begin your legal research.
Attorneys are not above the laws of good marketing; ignore them at your peril.