The Brief - Five Year Index - Volumes 24 - 28 - By Title

TThis author, title, and subject index covers Volume 24 through Volume 30 of The Brief, from Fall 1994 through Spring 2001. It was compiled by the editorial board of the magazine and edited by the staff editor.

By Title

"Additional Insured" Endorsements
Gary D. Nelson, Su '95 24:4 p. 28

24 Alter Ego Control Factors
Mark F. Rosenberg, Su '96 25:4 p. 64

Advantages and Disadvantages of Class Actions from a Plaintiff's Lawyer's Perspective
Kenneth S. Canfield, Su '99 28:4 p. 58

Affirmative Uses for the Corporate Designee Deposition Walt Auvil, F '98 28:1 p. 63

Aircraft Emergencies
James C. Wilson, Robert J. Gross, and Barry F. Benson, Su '95 24:4 p. 12

Alternative Billing Systems: Abandoning Time as a Measure of Value
Dianne K. Dailey, Stephen F. English, and Linda M. Bolduan, Sp '98 27:3 p. 44

Alternative Business Entities: What Are the D&O Insurance Issues?
Dan A. Bailey, W '98 27:2 p. 18

Anticipating Mass Toxics Cases in the Age of Self-Reporting
Joel R. Mosher and David E. Shay, F '94 24:1 p. 51

Appealing the Unappealable: Vacating Arbitration Awards
Marc S. Dobin, F '96 26:1 p. 69

Arbitrating Reinsurance Disputes
Eugene Jericho, F '94 24:1 p. 16

Attorney Malpractice: What It Is and How to Avoid It
Judith F. Goodman and Sue C. Jacobs, W '98 27:2 p. 30

Attorney's Right to a Bench Trial in Legal Malpractice Cases
Phillip E. Seltzer, W '98 27:2 p. 36

Auto Rental Insurance: Can Alamo Trump Allstate?
Richard Turbin, Su '97 26:4 p. 50

Blocking Statutes and Their Effect on American-Style Discovery Abroad
Gregory P. Sreenan and Jeffrey B. Shalek, F '95 25:1 p. 59

Business Interruption Coverage
Pamela Levin and Thomas H. Nienow, F '94 24:1 p. 30

Changing Remedies in Maritime Law, The
Whitney L. Cole, Sp '97 26:3 p. 42

Clergy Person's Breach of Confidentiality: Is It Actionable in Tort?
Lori R. Metz and Linda M. Bolduan, W '99 28:2 p. 24

Collateral: What to Take, How to Take It, and What to Do with It Once You Have It
Joseph T. Getz, Sp '99 28:3 p. 25

Conduct Unbecoming a Lawyer
Pamela J. White and Susan R. Matluck, Su '95 24:4 p. 16

Construction Industry, The: Coverage Issues Created by Claims Against Additional Insureds
Lisa Oonk, Su '99 28:4 p. 8

Control the High Cost of Experts
James R. Holmes, Sp '95 24:3 p. 58

Curse of the Unsick
Eric Watt Wiechmann, Su '96 25:4 p. 10

Dealing with Psychological Disabilities under the ADA
Harriet E. Cooperman, Su '98 27:4 p. 32

Defending Against the Emotional Distress Claim
Gregory C. Read, W '96 25:2 p. 14

Defending the Insured with Salaried Counsel: Legal and Ethical Considerations
Jeffrey W. Jackson and Roy Alan Cohen, W '98 27:2 p. 38

Defending the Volunteer Accused of Sexual Abuse
Stephen F. English, Sp '97 26:3 p. 33

Defense of Depositions Taken Abroad: Playing by the Rules
Lucy Isaki, W '96 25:2 p. 50

Deposing the Insurer: Practical and Strategic Considerations
Joel Gumbiner, W '98 27:2 p. 47

Discovery Abuse: "I Know It When I See It"
John R. Woodard III, W '97 26:2 p. 32

Do We Still Have Policy Limits?
Joyce C. Wang, Sp '96 25:3 p. 20

Economic Damages under the 1991 Civil Rights Act: The CPA as Expert Witness
Edward N. Tucker and Steven R. Freeman, F '94 24:1 p. 59

Educating the Court about the Business of Reinsurance
Jonathan F. Bank and Peter R. Chaffetz, F '94 24:1 p. 8

Emerging Primary and Excess Coverage Issues in Continuous Trigger Regimes
Donald C. Erickson, Su '99 28:4 p. 18

Employers' Liability Coverage for Disability Discrimination Under the ADA
Gary M. Peplow and Bradley S. McMillan, W '95 24:2 p. 22

ERISA Class Actions
Steuart H. Thomsen, Su '99 28:4 p. 36

Every Health Insurer's Litigation Nightmare: A Case Study of How One Class Action Affected the Business of One Health Insurer
Michael R. Pennington, Su '99 28:4 p. 46

Ex Parte Contacts with Former Employees: An Update on Rule 4.2 of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct
Mark A. Buchanan, W '99 28:2 p. 48

Federal and State Insurance Issues for the Trucking Industry
Robert T. Franklin and Sue Lawless, Su '97 26:4 p. 26

FELA: An Overview
Gary F. Easom, F '97 27:1 p. 49

Fidelity Loss Investigation in a Regulated Industry, The
Scott D. Baron, Sp '99 28:3 p. 12

Forum Selection as a Threshold Issue
Jill A. Douthett, F '95 25:1 p. 14

General Electric v. Joiner and Kumho Tire v. Carmichael: The Ipse Dixit Twins
Robert P. Redemann, Su '99 28:4 p. 54

Genetic Testing in Life and Disability Insurance
Wendy L. McGoodwin, F '98 28:1 p. 24

Health Insurance Fraud: Fighting Back
Steven P. Del Mauro, W '97 26:2 p. 10

How to Avoid a Fee Dispute with Your Client
James P. Schratz and Susan R. Brown, W '97 26:2 p. 59

How to Be a Good Friend to the Court: Strategic Use of Amicus Briefs
Reagan Wm. Simpson, Sp '99 28:3 p. 38

How to Prepare and Present a Fidelity Claim: Advice for the Insured
Mark E. Wilson, Sp '99 28:3 p. 54

Impact of the ADA on Life, Health, and Disability Insurance
Chrys A. Martin and Linda Bolduan, Su '98 27:4 p. 14

Impact on a Civil Case of Criminal Charges Against a Truck Driver
Henry J. Mittelstaedt III, Su '97 26:4 p. 54

Importance of Being Diverse, The
Barbara E. Hermansen, F '95 25:1 p. 20

In Whose Interest? The Return of the Injured Athlete to Competition
Stewart E. Niles Jr. and Roderick K. West, Sp '96 25:3 p. 8

Innovative Trial Techniques
Reagan W. Simpson and Cynthia A. Leiferman, F '96 26:1 p. 20

Insurance Agent's Duty to Advise, An
C. Edward Speidel, W '95 24:2 p. 32

Insurance Company Insolvencies
Paul M. Gulko, F '97 27:1 p. 18

Insurance Coverage Actions: Who, Where, and When to Sue
Steven R. Gilford and Robert M. Fogler, F '96 26:1 p. 32

Insurance Coverage for Class Action Discrimination Lawsuits
Dennis M. Cusack, Sp '96 25:3 p. 55

Insurer's Liability for Insured's Attorney's Fees in Declaratory Judgment Actions
Floyd A. Wisner, F '98 28:1 p. 58

Insuring Software Developers at Home and in Cyberspace: The Plaintiff's Perspective
Craig E. Stewart, Harvey Nosowitz, and Rainer L.C. Frost, W '99 28:2 p. 10

Intellectual Property and Insurance: A Valuable Asset and a Lurking Liability
Kay Millonzi and William G. Passannante, Sp '98 27:3 p. 40

Intellectual Property Disputes: Malpractice Potential and the Need for Insurance Coverage Counsel
David Gauntlett, Sp '98 27:3 p. 49

Interactivity as a Measure of Personal Jurisdiction
Charles J. Glasser Jr., F '98 28:1 p. 54

Interstate Compacts for Insurance Receiverships
Alan N. Gamse, F '97 27:1 p. 19

Intervention, Interpleader, and Defense and Indemnity Agreements
Donna Willis Darroch and Darren W. Penn, Su '95 24:4 p. 22

Is Depression Disabling America's Group Insurance Plans? Mental Health Benefit Parity and the ADA
Allison C. Blakley, Su '98 27:4 p. 40

Judicial Refusal to Apply ERISA Preemption to Tort Actions Against Health Care Providers
Stephen D. Kinnard, W '97 26:2 p. 24

Legal Implications of Marketing Insurance over the Internet
Dana L. Drape, Sp '98 27:3 p. 24

Lessons from Cyberspace and Outerspace: The Scientology Cases
Natalie Hanlon-Leh, Su '98 27:4 p. 48

Liability of Directors and Officers for Environmental Problems
Wayne E. Borgeest and Julianna Ryan, W '95 24:2 p. 48

Light at the End of the Tunnel? Strategies for Recovery under the ADA
Cynthia A. Leiferman, Su '98 27:4 p. 22

Litigating Accidental Shooting Cases against Gunmakers: A Working Model
Jonathan E. Lowy, Sp '99 28:3 p. 68

Litigation Cost Crisis, The: Is There a Professional in the House?
Mitchell A. Orpett, F '98 28:1 p. 32

Look at Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Issues, A
Gordon R. Broom and Thomas Scott Stewart, Su '97 26:4 p. 34

Material Misrepresentation Defense, The
Jay S. Blumenkopf and Brenda A. Friedman, W '98 27:2 p. 58

Mediation of Sexual Harassment Claims
Margaret J. Grover, Sp '95 24:3 p. 55

Missing or Altered Product, The: Nightmare or Dream?
David H. Canter, W '98 27:2 p. 12

New Approach in ADR: A Mini-Trial at Trial, A
Jeffrey B. Gold, Su '95 24:4 p. 77

New Developments under the Americans with Disabilities Act
Bradford B. Ingram and Steven C. Rahn, W '99 28:2 p. 39

New Trends in Long-Tail Torts
M. Elizabeth Medaglia and H. Bryan Brewer III, Sp '97 26:3 p. 10

Noncompetition Agreements between Attorneys
John D. Daniels, W '98 27:2 p. 24

Oral Argument from a Practitioner's Point of View
Karen L. Kendall, Sp '97 26:3 p. 54

Outsourcer's Apprentice, The
Carol A. Pisano, Su '97 26:4 p. 12

Overview of Insurance Agent/Broker Liability, An
Barbara A. O'Donnell, Su '96 25:4 p. 34

Overview of the State Insurance Receivership System, An
Francine L. Semaya and Lenore S. Marema, F '97 27:1 p. 12

Parent, Successor, and Alter Ego Liability Concerns in the Transactional Setting
Mark F. Rosenberg, Su '96 25:4 p. 28

Partnering at Trial between In-House and Outside Counsel
Robert L. Haig and John P. Marshall, W '96 25:2 p. 20

Pitfalls for In-House Counsel
Harry S. Hardin, III, and Andrew R. Lee, W '96 25:2 p. 32

Post-Appraisal Litigation Issues
Brian C. Powers and Les C. Shields, F '96 26:1 p. 26

Practical Aspects of Presenting and Excluding Expert Evidence
Andrew J. McElaney Jr., W '97 26:2 p. 40

Practical Issues Relating to Insurance Coverage for Employment Litigation
Larry M. Golub, F '96 26:1 p. 58

Prematurity of Declaratory Judgment Actions
Alan M. Posner, F '95 25:1 p. 15

Preserving Appellate Issues
Eric J. Magnuson and Michael J. McGuire, F '95 25:1 p. 48

Primer for Successive Awards in Workers' Compensation, A
William R. Levasseur, W '99 28:2 p. 38

Privacy in the Workplace Is a Sometime Thing
Leo F. Hannon, Sp '95 24:3 p. 26

Professional Liability Insurance Issues for Lawyers Sitting on Corporate Boards
Mary E. McCutcheon, W '96 25:2 p. 8

Proportionate Liability, Contribution, and Indemnification under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act
Michael L. Charlson, F '98 28:1 p. 42

Protecting the Corporate Executive from Deposition
Thomas R. Gottshall, W '98 27:2 p. 53

Psychiatrist as Witness, The
Michael K. Spodak, M.D., Su '98 27:4 p. 64

Raising and Preserving Federal Questions in State Court Cases
Michael J. Wahoske, W '97 26:2 p. 54

Refuting Damages in a Personal Injury Case
Kevin Campbell and Bradley C. Nahrstadt, Sp '95 24:3 p. 8

Relationship Between Alternative Markets and Reinsurers, The: The Reinsurance Perspective
M. Patricia Casey, Su '99 28:4 p. 26

Resolving Life Insurer Insolvencies Efficiently
Jack H. Blaine, F '97 27:1 p. 40

Restricting Lawyers' Solicitation of Victims
Scott R. Bickford and Paula Hamilton Lee, F '95 25:1 p. 8

Reverse Bad Faith
Marjie D. Barrows, Su '96 25:4 p. 16

Reves v. Ernst & Young: A Blueprint to Limit Civil RICO's Reach
William V. Dalferes Jr., W '95 24:2 p. 10

Sample Complaint Against Software Developers
Craig E. Stewart and Harvey Nosowitz, W '99 28:2 p. 18

Sanctions Against a Foreign Party for Failure to Produce Discovery
Thomas J. Magee, W '96 25:2 p. 53

Self-Analysis Privilege: Obscuring the Truth but Safeguarding Improvement?, The
Michael J. Holland, F '95 25:1 p. 52

Some Reflections on Change--and Professionalism
Martin L. Karp, Su '95 24:4 p. 9

State-by-State Trigger of Coverage Survey
Marc S. Maister, Sp '96 25:3 p. 45

Summary Judgments in Financial Institution Bond Litigation
Michael J. Weber and James A. Knox Jr., F '94 24:1 p. 22

Sureties' Claims for Negligence
Jerome M. Joseph, W '95 24:2 p. 16

Surety's Rights to Obtain Salvage, The: Exoneration, Reimbursement, Subrogation, and Contribution
George J. Bachrach, Sp '99 28:3 p. 24

Takeover and Completion of Bonded Contracts by the Surety
Bruce C. King, F '97 27:1 p. 22

Taking the Plaintiff/Insured's Deposition in a Property Insurance Case
Clayton H. Farnham, F '97 27:1 p. 48

Tax Treatment of Litigation Payments
Robert W. Wood, W '95 24:2 p. 53

Technology and the Insurance Industry in the Year 2000: Cyberians at the Gate?
Richard M. Bouhan, Sp '98 27:3 p. 16

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly about Joint Defense
Scott M. Seaman and Rebecca Levy Sachs, F '98 28:1 p. 12

The Gray Areas of Default
Shannon J. Briglia and James H. Holl III, F '97 27:1 p. 32

Third Party Sexual Harassment: Duties and Liabilities of Employers
Karen Kaplowitz and Donald P. Harris, Sp '97 26:3 p. 32

Third-Party Liability Policies: The Concurrent Causation Doctrine and Pollution Exclusions
Francis J. MacLaughlin, Sp '95 24:3 p. 20

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: An Overview for Attorneys
Richard E. Slaney, Sp '96 25:3 p. 61

Trial Evidence in Psychological Injury Cases
Peter B. Silvain, Ph.D., Su '98 27:4 p. 60

Trial Lawyers and the Error-in-Judgment Immunity Rule
Phillip E. Seltzer, Su '97 26:4 p. 22

Trigger of Coverage: A Contract Approach
Marc S. Maister, Sp '96 25:3 p. 14

Tripartite Ethics
Jill B. Berkeley, Sp '97 26:3 p. 22

Truck Drivers' Failure to Cooperate after a Claim Is Made: Effects of the MCS-90 Endorsement
Eugene G. Beckham and Robert J. Beckham Jr., W '99 28:2 p. 51

Twice Bitten: Violations of Ethical Rules as Evidence of Legal Malpractice
Douglas L. Christian and Michael Christian, Sp '99 28:3 p. 62

Violence Against Women in the Workplace
William R. Levasseur, F '96 26:1 p. 14

What Plaintiffs' Lawyers Should Know Before They Mediate
Fletcher Dal Handley Jr., Su '96 25:4 p. 70

What You Say Can Hurt You: Communications with Participants of Employee Benefit Plans Regulated by ERISA
Linda E. Rosenzweig, W '99 28:2 p. 32

What's New in Unfair Claims Practices
Thomas J. Minton, Su '96 25:4 p. 22

When Insurers Go Broke
E. Preston Rutledge, Sp '95 24:3 p. 14

Who Is Necessary? Who Is Indispensable?
Terrence E. Kiwala, Sp '95 24:3 p. 50

Who Pays? When May the Defaulting Liability Insurer Contest the Subsequent Settlement of Claims against Its Insured?
Richard L. Neumeier, W '97 26:2 p. 18

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