Best of ABA Sections

September 2010
Volume 27, Number 6

Features

  |   Columns

Features

BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL LAW

Drafting Buy-Sell Provisions in Shareholder Agreements
Mark R. High

DOMESTIC RELATIONS LAW

Build a Successful Practice Without Ever Going to Court
Forrest S. Mosten

Drafting Considerations for Same-Sex Couples
Peter F. Zupcofska

ESTATE AND FINANCIAL PLANNING

Retirement Benefits Planning
Harvey B. Wallace II

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

A Lawyer’s Social Networking Tool Box
Rodney Dowell and Erik Mazzone

Be the CEO of You
Alisa Tazioli

REAL ESTATE LAW

The Perils of Joint Tenancies
John V. Orth

TRIAL PRACTICE

Classical Rhetoric and the Modern Trial Lawyer
Paul Mark Sandler, JoAnne A. Epps, and Ronald J. Waicukauski

Developing a Trial Theme That “Sticks”
Susan H. Farina

Limiting the Government’s Economic Warfare
J. Vincent Aprile II

FOR THE GENERAL PRACTITIONER

Dispute Resolution Mediating Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Chris Stern Hyman and Carol B. Liebman

Environmental Law Investment in Water and Wastewater Infrastructure
Alexandra Dapolito Dunn and Erin Derrington

Intellectual Property Law Green Marketing: It’s Not All Bunnies and Flowers
E. Thomas Watson

International Law Islamic Law in Secular Courts (Again)
Hdeel Abdelhady

Labor and Employment Law Protecting Nonparty Class Members in Class Arbitrations
Thomas A. Doyle

Science and Technology Law Using Native Files in Legal Proceedings
Ryan W. Koppelman

Tax Law Civil Liability of Tax Attorneys and Duties to the System

David J. Moraine

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