2002 Article Index

2002 Topical Index to Articles & Columns
Appearing in Orange County Lawyer Magazine

This index is arranged alphabetically and by topic. Articles involving multiple areas of law are listed under their primary topic. Back issues of OC Lawyer are available at the Orange County Public Law Library and in the libraries of most local law schools.

 Bankruptcy

  • How to Avoid Debt by Reincorporating After Bankruptcy — Not! by Shelley M. Liberto, Sept. p.18

Book Reviews

  • Book Reviews: “What Me Worry?” by Michael E. Raabe, April p.42

Class Action

  • The Discovery Problem by Aashish Y. Desai, August p.10
  • Legislative Attorney’s Fees Under the FLSA — The Trump Card by Aashish Y. Desai, November p.6
  • Restrictions on Attorney Communications with Potential Class Members by Edson K. McClellan, July p.10

Computers, Software, the Internet & New Technology

  • Legal Resources on the Web by Donald P. Wagner, January p.21
  • Network Security by Jeff Lenning, December p.10

Constitutional Law — United States

  • On Being Good by The Hon. Stuart T. Waldrip, May p.6
  • Recent Civil Decisions of the United States Supreme Court, the 2001-2002 Term, Part I: First Amendment and Employment Law by Charles H. Whitebread, November p.30
  • Recent Civil Decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court, Part II by Charles H. Whitebread, December p.25

Construction Defects

  • Construction Defects, Strict Liability and Component Parts by Kimberly J. Wind, February p.29
  • “Hot” Book Reviews: Construction Law, Redbook by Michael E. Raabe, November p.16
  • New Construction Defect Law to Have Profound Effect on Litigation by Daniel Lee Jacobson, December p.14

Contracts, Distributorships, etc.

  • The Exclusive Distributorship and Dual Distribution: How to Avoid Dealer Litigation by James M. Mulcahy, November p.18

Criminal Law, Procedure and Justice

  • Cases on Waiver and Search and Seizure by J. Dean Allen, January p.14
  • The Missing Piece in the Three Strikes Puzzle by the Hon. Clay M. Smith, February p.36
  • New Federal Limitations on State Sentencing Opens the Door to Appeals by Michael E. Raabe, September p.14
  • Recent Criminal Decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court, the 2001-2002 Term by Charles H. Whitebread, October p. 32
  • The “Terrorist” Next Door by David J. Salvin, March p.18

Elder Law and Related Issues

  • Selecting a Nursing Home: Elder Abuse Detection and Prevention by Kevin P. Kane, August p.15

Employment Law and Related Issues

  • The Winding Road from Employee to Plaintiff: Psychological Reasons for Wrongful Termination Complaints by Joni E. Johnston, October p.18

Environmental Law and Related Issues

  • Flesh on the Bones of Bestfoods: Can a Parent be Held Directly Liable under CERCLA? by Daniel S. Miller, July p.20

Ethics, Civility, Professional Responsibility, Legal Malpractice, and Law Office Management

  • Cover Story: Franklin G. West Award Presented to the Consummate Lawyer [Thomas R. Malcolm] by Donald S. Gray, February p.10
  • The “Firm” – Uncivil Civil Litigation, p.14 by Michael E. Raabe, October p.14

Evidence

  • Disaster Preparedness: Document Protection Guidance for Lawyers and their Clients by Scott Wylie, March p.42
  • Letter to the Editor by The Hon. John C. Woolley [re: exhibit introduction], August p.3
  • President’s Page: Secret Keeper or Tattletale: Incursions upon the Attorney-Client Privilege by Richard W. Millar, Jr., February p.4

Expert Witnesses

  • Analyze This… by Carl L. Sheeler, June p.10
  • Court Reporting Services by Pat Barkley, June p.6
  • The Economic Realities of Partial Ownership Interest by Carl Lloyd Sheeler, January p.8
  • The Expert Witness: Questions & Answers for Cross-Examination and Depositions by Jess E. Dines, November p.8
  • The Expert Witness: Testifying by Jess E. Dines, June p.14
  • The Expert Witness: The Trial by Jess E. Dines, July p.34
  • Maximizing the Use of a Valuation and Damages Expert by Carl Lloyd Sheeler, February p.22
  • Special Damages: Achieving More Complete Compensation by Georg Finder, June p.28

Family Law Corner and Family Law

  • Child Support from the Dead by Norbert R. Bunt, October p. 49
  • The Controllable Cash Flow Report by Andrew L. Hunt, April p.14
  • Domestic Violence-A Primer by Merritt Lori McKeon, April p.18
  • “Extra” Income by Gary S. Gorczyca, November p.46
  • I Can’t See Our Child! Help! by Kathleen Brown, February p.46
  • Obtaining Reimbursement for that Separate Interest by Philip G. Seastrom and Michelle L. Dexter, September p.44
  • The Other Legal Positions by Nelida M. Yanez, July p.44
  • Q & A: Client to Client Divorce Mediation by David L. Price, April p.10
  • Representing a Minor by Sara Bergstrom, May p.42
  • The Set Aside Motion by Holly H. McGregor, August p.30
  • Spousal Support Forever? by Commissioner Richard G. Vogl, June p.40
  • Variable Child Support by Steve Dragna, March p.56
  • Waiving Child Support by Commissioner Richard G. Vogl, April p.6
  • Waiving Final Disclosure by Commissioner Richard G. Vogl, January p.40
  • What is the Orange County Department of Child Support Services? by Teresa A. Hicks and Thomas E. McCool, December p.39

Humor and Law

  • A Criminal Waste of Space: “The Bedsworth Pygmy Hippo Jailbreak Rule” by The Hon. William W. Bedsworth, July p.38
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: “A Good Walk Improved” by The Hon. William W. Bedsworth, August, p.26
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: Happy Easter; Case Dismissed by The Hon. William W. Bedsworth, May p.38
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: “My God, You Mean There’s a Sequel?” by The Hon. William W. Bedsworth, October, p.44
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: “Let Them Eat Yachts” by The Hon. William W. Bedsworth, March p.50
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: “Monkey Business Can Be Hard on Monkeys” by The Hon. William W. Bedsworth. December p.36
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: “Move over Mom… and MOMA” by The Hon. William W. Bedsworth, February p.40
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: “Not that I Recall” by the Hon. William W. Bedsworth, June p.36
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: “Post Post-Impressionist Impressions” by The Hon. William W. Bedsworth, April p.40
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: “Silence is… Well, Golden” by The Hon. William W. Bedsworth, November p.40
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: “Snowblind in Laguna” by The Hon. William W. Bedsworth, January p.44
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: The Tonga Trust Fund by The Hon. William W. Bedsworth, September p.40
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: “My God, You Mean There’s a Sequel?” by The Hon. William W. Bedsworth, October p.44
  • President’s Page: Copying Another’s Work and Charging for it: Taking Plagiarism to New Heights by Richard W. Millar, Jr., July p.4
  • President’s Page: Disorderly Conduct: The Library v. The Baseball Stadium by Richard W. Millar, Jr., November p.4
  • President’s Page: Lawyer Name Calling: Truth as a Defense by Richard W. Millar, Jr., June p.32
  • President’s Page: A Male Theory Validated: Shopping is a Mental Disorder by Richard W. Millar, Jr., October p.4
  • President’s Page: A New Role for the Postal Service: Conjugal Visits by Mail by Richard W. Millar, Jr., September p.4
  • President’s Page: Practice Makes Perfect: Trying a Fake Case by Richard W. Millar, Jr., August p.4

Immigration Law

  • Troubled Times for U.S. and Foreign Clients: Immigration Tips All Lawyers Can Use by Angelo Paparelli and Susan K. Wehrer, March p.10

International Law

  • The Mideast Smolders by Leonard M. Salter, March p.15

Jurisprudence, Legal Theory, Legal Literature, and Lifestyles of Lawyers

  • After September 11, Where Will the U.S. Supreme Court Go? by Michael E. Raabe, March p.22
  • California’s Energy by Leonard M. Salter, February p.14
  • Globalization and its Discontents by Leonard M. Salter, October p.6
  • Mid-Career Redirection: An Rx for Contentment by Michael E. Raabe, August p.24
  • No Guts No Glory by Eric J. Dubin, August p.12
  • President’s Page and Cover Story: Friends, Romans and Judges — Lend Us Your Ears: The Tradition of Oral Argument by Richard W. Millar, Jr., January p.10
  • President’s Page, Jesse Ventura Updates Shakespeare: “First Let’s Tax All the Lawyers” by Richard W. Millar, Jr., May p.4
  • President’s Page: Mid-Year Resolutions or How the ABA Just Missed Going to the Dogs by Richard W. Millar, Jr., April p.4
  • President’s Page: Multi-Jurisdictional Practice: Lawyers without Boundaries vs. States’ Rights to Regulate by Richard W. Millar, Jr., March p.4
  • Strict Construction, Evolving Standards, The Seamless Web, History, Equity, and a Little Logic by Jonathan L. Miller, October p.10

Labor Law, Employment and Workers Compensation

  • The Winding Road from Employee to Plaintiff: Psychological Reasons for Wrongful Termination Complaints by Joni E. Johnston, October p.18

Litigation Techniques

  • To Answer the Question… or Not? by Daniel Lee Jacobson, June p. 32

Malpractice Legal

  • Client Relations Report for 2001 by Hugh Breckinridge, May p.14
  • Legal Malpractice Actions Under Civil Code ?2860 by Jeffrey S. Pollak, April p.44
  • Transactional Legal Malpractice: “But For” Causation in a “What if” World by Jeffrey S. Pollak, May p.20

Mediation

  • The Joy of Mediation by William J. Caplan, December p.18

OCBA Functions, Goals, and News

  • Change California Law! Have a Voice in the System! by Ed Schlatter, January p.7
  • Cover Story: Franklin G. West Award Presented to the Consummate Lawyer by Donald S. Gray, February p.10
  • Cover Story: Members Only at OCBar.org by Peter Yamasaki, October p.8
  • Cover Story: The OCBA Secretarial Candidates for 2003, Julie McCoy Akins and Stuart P. Jasper, November p.14
  • Cover Story: The 2002 Harmon Scoville Award Recipient: W. Patrick O’Keefe, Jr. by Joel S. Miliband, May p.10
  • Cover Story: Who’s Who in the OCBA, March p.48
  • Cover Story: Who’s Who in the OCBA Part II: The Affiliate Bars, April p.32
  • Cover Story: Young Lawyers Division by Matthew J. Fletcher, July p.6
  • LRIS: Supporting Lawyers & Assisting the Community, January p.30
  • OCBA Charitable Fund, August p.22
  • OCBA Charitable Fund, April p.29
  • OCBA Charitable Fund, July p.28
  • OCBA Charitable Fund, June p.27
  • OCBA Charitable Fund, March p.41
  • OCBA Charitable Fund, September p.28
  • OCBA Charitable Fund, November p.28
  • OCBA Directory Insert, March p.27
  • OCBA Financial Statements, July p.30
  • The OCBA 10th Annual Food Drive, February 2002 by Michael R. Bruggeman, February p.7
  • President’s Page and Cover Story, Academy Awards Redux: I want to Thank my Producer, my Director, Aunt Sally, the American Indians, etc. by Richard W. Millar, Jr., December p.4
  • Revitalized Administration of Justice Committee by William M. Bush and Patrick O’Keefe, Jr., February p.18
  • 2001 Topical Index to Articles and Columns Appearing in the Orange County Lawyer Magazine, January p.34
  • Volunteers Needed for Tree Planting in the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary by Paul K. Song, April p.28

Pro Bono and Volunteer Opportunities

  • Cover Story: Public Law Center Volunteers Share a Special Evening by Kenneth W. Babcock, September p.6
  • Cover Story: VIP Orange County: Changing Lives by Offering Friendship by Anne Ryder, August p.6
  • The Domestic Violence Legal Clinics, Feb. p.28, June p.26, July p.29
  • Law Suits 2002 — Helping Provide Hope — A Business Clothing Drive to Benefit the Orange County Rescue Mission by Dana K. Silver, June p.30
  • OCBA Members Urged to Donate Used Glasses for Drive to Benefit VOSH by John C. O’Malley and Yasir Elbiali, October p.26
  • It Takes “Corazón” to Build a House in a Day by Rose Sheehan, September p.22

State Bar News, Goals, Etc.

  • Cover Story: Five From Orange County Running for State Bar Board of Governors, June p.20

Summary Judgement

  • Recent Developments on the Summary Judgment Motion Front by William M. Hensley, December p.6

Takings — Just Compensation, Eminent Domain

  • Eminent Domain — Condemnation of Private Property for Private Use: Legitimate or a Land Grab? by Charles B. Sheppard, September p.30

Torts and Related Topics

  • Mold: The Unseen Dilemma by Daniel J. Callahan, May p.30
  • 2001 Decisions Altering the Law of Malicious Prosecution by Jeffrey Lewis, March p.6