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California's Triggerman
Chuck Michel takes on cases for the NRA, battling gun rights opponents as well as those on his own side.

Professional Liability: Cover Yourself!
A guide to navigating professional liability insurance.

Terms of the Art of Liability Coverage
Understand the lingo of professional liability insurance.

Listening to Feedback
Law firms see the value of gathering client opinions.


Financial Glossary: Post-recession Update
Latham & Watkins releases its newest edition of the Book of Jargon.

Good Works: AIDS Legal Services Project
The AIDS Legal Service Project is seeking volunteers.

Counterterrorism
The Department of Homeland Security ranks the groups presenting the greatest threat to domestic safety.

Verbatim

Virtual Practice Realities
Lawyers who have tried virtual practice discuss how it worked out and the tools they used.

White Collar Defense

Editor's Note

Letters

Expert Advice: Employment Law: A 10-Point ADA Checklist
Practical advice for complying with the Americans with Disabilities act.

MCLE: Eavesdropping Liability
State law contains crucial privacy protections that prohibit wiretapping and eavesdropping on certain conversations.

Discipline Report

In Pro Per: Avoiding a Dogfight
A family law attorney recalls his personal experience with pet-custody arrangements.

Legally Speaking: Defending the Indefensible
A conversation with John Henry Browne, the Seattle lawyer who defended serial killer Ted Bundy.

Practical Tips: Planning for E-Discovery
California's federal courts are among the leaders in developing new guidelines.