Best of ABA Sections

September 2009
Volume 26, Number

Features  |   Columns

Features

BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL LAW

Lawyers’ Service on Nonprofit Boards
Willard L. Boyd III

DOMESTIC RELATIONS LAW

Make Room at Counsel Table for the Child’s Attorney
Karen S. Adam

Paradigm Shifts and Pendulum Swings in Child Custody
Linda D. Elrod and Milfred D. Dale

ESTATE AND FINANCIAL PLANNING

Wills Act Formalities: How Much Compliance Is Enough?
John V. Orth

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

Costly Technology Gotchas
Dan Pinnington and Reid F. Trautz

Sponsorships and Charitable-Giving Programs
Ellen S. Hattenbach

REAL ESTATE LAW

Coping with Kelo
Steven J. Eagle and Lauren A. Perotti

TRIAL PRACTICE

Direct and Cross-Examination of Experts
Mark A. Drummond

Make the Sentencing Process Work for You
Tess Lopez

Mastering the Blind Cross-Examination
Mark A. Neubauer

FOR THE GENERAL PRACTITIONER

Dispute Resolution Dealing with Impasse in Commercial Mediation
Dwight Golann

Environmental Law First RGGI Carbon Allowance Auction Hits a Home Run
Kimberly E. Diamond

Individual Rights and Responsibilities Child Custody and the SCRA: My Child or My Country?
Nakia C. Davis

Intellectual Property Law Use Is the New Protectability
Robert C. Cumbow

International Law To Remember and Hope
Jerome J. Shestack

Labor and Employment Law Enforcing the Employment Rights of American Workers Abroad
David A. Lowe

Tax Law Tax Malpractice Damages
Jacob L. Todres

Columns

From the Editor Jennifer J. Ator

The Chair’s Corner James M. Durant III

Division News Kimberly Anderson

GP Mentor Tom Crane

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