2022 Article Index


Index to Articles Appearing in Volume 64, 2022
Orange County Lawyer Magazine


For your reference, the following is an index of Features, Columns, and Photos appearing in calendar year 2022. You may view selected features and columns by visiting https://www.ocbar.org/Publications/FeaturedArticles.


Administrative Law

  • Cover: Administrative Law After the 2021 U.S. Supreme Court Term: Climate Change, Immigration, and Separation of Powers, by Mary-Christine Sungaila, Oct. p.21

Alternative Dispute Resolution

  • Cover: The 2022 Term Was a Mixed Bag for Arbitration, by Blaine H. Evanson, Oct. p.38

Appellate Law

  • 2021 Year in Review: Fourth Appellate District, Division Three, by Mary-Christine Sungaila and Alexander P. Carroll, Mar. p.32

Attorney Wellness and Quality of Life

  • Out of Office: The Balancing Act, by Andra B. Greene, Apr. p.38
  • Out of Office: Where Will a Book Take You?, by Dana M. Heyde, Mar. p.50
  • Sentenced to the (Desk) Chair at Work, by Laurel B. Brauer, Jan. p.36

Business Litigation

  • Defenses to Performance of COVID-19 Impacted Contracts, by Dariush G. Adli, Dec. p.37
  • Recent Developments in California Unfair Competition Law, by Gregory A. Nylen, Aug. p.33
  • Recent Developments in Class Actions: Federal Courts’ Application of Ramirez, by Geoffrey T. Stover, Sept. p.36
  • Taxation of Damages: A Primer for Litigators, by David L. Keligian, Nov. p.46

Civil Rights

  • Cover: 2022 Brings a Flood of Anti-LGBT Legislation Across the Country, by Casey R. Johnson, June p.28
  • How in 1943 One Orange County Mexican American Family Helped Kick-Start the Civil Rights Movement, by the Honorable Thomas A. Delaney, Apr. p.28
  • The Stain of Racially Restrictive Covenants in Orange County, by Stan Oftelie, July p.37

Constitutional Law

  • Cover: A Sign of the Times: Commercial Speech Under Fire, by James S. Azadian, Oct. p.34
  • Cover: The Roberts Court’s Continued Protection of Religious Liberty, by Blaine H. Evanson, Oct. p.31
  • Cover: The Supreme Court Rejects Abortion Rights and Gun License Restrictions, by Jenny Hua, Oct. p.24

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

  • BBC’s Fight for Access to Justice Across California, by the Honorable Paul A. Bacigalupo and Nikki Presley Miliband, Oct. p.43
  • Cover: Being an Iranian American Lawyer: A Reflection on Intersectionality, by Eemaan Jalili and Nesa Targhibi, June p.26
  • Cover: Dean’s Corner: A Commitment to Diversifying the Legal Profession, by Marisa S. Cianciarulo, June p.46
  • Cover: Fostering Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace, by Joann Thach, June p.21
  • Cover: Overcoming Obstacles to DEI in the Legal Profession, by Courtney M. Echols and Tremayne W. Wilson, June p.34
  • Cover: Reflections on Elitism in the Law, by Oscar D. Teran, June p.24
  • Diversity in Orange County’s Legal Profession: A Legacy to Build On, by the Honorable Kirk H. Nakamura and Gialisa W. Gaffaney, July p.36
  • May It Please the Court: Podcasting, Legal Storytelling, and Diversity on the Bench, by Mary-Christine Sungaila, July p.34

Elder Law & Special Needs

  • Updating Conservatorship Administration in Light of Britney’s Case, by Kaylee K. Sauvey, Feb. p.32

Environmental Law

  • The Orange County Oil Spill: A Wake-Up Call to Protect Our Coastal Waters and Beaches, by Kimberly L. Bick, Apr. p.20

Ethics and Professional Responsibility

  • Ethically Speaking: 2021 Year in Review, by Members of the OCBA Professionalism and Ethics Committee, Jan. p.52
  • Ethically Speaking: ABA Formal Opinion 500 Provides Guidance Regarding Common Language Differences, by Cathy Tran Moses, July p.52
  • Ethically Speaking: All Lawyers Should Render Pro Bono Legal Services—Ethically, by Toby J. Rothschild, Nov. p.58
  • Ethically Speaking: Avoiding Pitfalls When Making a Referral to Another Lawyer, by Kristi L. Thomas and Michael D. Stewart, Aug. p.53
  • Ethically Speaking: Ethical Rules for Paralegals and Other Paraprofessionals, by Paul A. Stewart, Feb. p.50
  • Ethically Speaking: Hold the Presses! Are Communications With Public Relations Consultants Privileged?, by Carole J. Buckner, Mar. p.56
  • Ethically Speaking: Navigating the Boundaries of the “Hot Potato” Rule, by Fred L. Wilks, Sept. p.61
  • Ethically Speaking: “So You’re Leaving the Firm”: Ethical Considerations When a Lawyer Ends Their Employment, by Jason Moberly Caruso, May p.54
  • Ethically Speaking: The Credit Card Conun­drum: Passing Credit Card Processing Fees on to Clients, by Nicole Nuzzo, Dec. p.56
  • Ethically Speaking: The Ethics of Taking on New Clients, by Jeremy G. Suiter, June p.54
  • Ethically Speaking: The Secrets of Success: Crafting Attorney Bios While Safeguarding Client Confidentiality, by Todd W. Smith, Oct. p.62
  • Ethically Speaking: The Fiduciary Duty to Communicate With Your Client About Acts of Malpractice, by Robert K. Sall, Apr. p.48

Family Law

  • 2021 Year in Review: Select Cases for Family Law Attorneys, by B. Robert Farzad, Yvette Ochoa, and Nicole Nuzzo, Feb. p.24
  • Family Law Corner: The Time Period Conundrum in Determining Income Available for Support, by Robert B. Burch and Brooke L. Archbold, Dec. p.47

Health Care Law

  • Brain Chips: Health and Legal Consider­ations for Brain-Computer Interface Tech­nologies, by Akifa R. Khattak, Feb. p.37
  • Cover: 3D Printing at the Point of Care: Compliance and Liability Concerns, by John H. Fuson and Hilary Johnson, May p.20

Humor and The Law

  • A Criminal Waste of Space: A Fellow of Infinite Jest, by Justice William W. Bedsworth, Jan. p.59
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: A Fistful of Mush, by Justice William W. Bedsworth, Apr. p.54
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: Been There, Done That, by Justice William W. Bedsworth, June p.59
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: Botox, Camels, and the 2018 Astros, by Justice William W. Bedsworth, Feb. p.55
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: Civil Trials: Beds in Wonderland, by Justice William W. Bedsworth, July p.58
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: Guten Morgan, by Justice William W. Bedsworth, May p.59
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: Ice Cream and . . . Beer?, by Justice William W. Bedsworth, Oct. p.67
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: Laws and Disorder, by Justice William W. Bedsworth, Nov. p.63
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: Oral Argument: Better Than Oral Surgery?, by Justice William W. Bedsworth, Sept. p.67
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: The Adventure of the Purloined Lamps, by Justice William W. Bedsworth, Mar. p.63
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: The Instant Replay Booth, by Justice William W. Bedsworth, Aug. p.59
  • A Criminal Waste of Space: Welcome to the Hotel California, by Justice William W. Bedsworth, Dec. p.61
  • Millar’s JurisDiction: A Picture’s Worth, by Richard W. Millar, Jr., June p.53
  • Millar’s JurisDiction: Bulldogs, by Richard W. Millar, Jr., Jan. p.51
  • Millar’s JurisDiction: Class Act, by Richard W. Millar, Jr., May p.53
  • Millar’s JurisDiction: Con Text, by Richard W. Millar, Jr., Feb. p.49
  • Millar’s JurisDiction: False Prophets, by Richard W. Millar, Jr., Mar. p.55
  • Millar’s JurissDiction: Grandmothers’ Names, by Richard W. Millar, Jr., Sept. p.59
  • Millar’s JurisDiction: Imaginary Practice, by Richard W. Millar, Jr., Dec. p.55
  • Millar’s JurisDiction: Livestreaming, by Richard W. Millar, Jr., Aug. p.51
  • Millar’s JurisDiction: Lottery Winners and Losers, by Richard W. Millar, Jr., Oct. p.61
  • Millar’s JurisDiction: The Bourne Sanction, by Richard W. Millar, Jr., Nov. p.57
  • Millar’s JurisDiction: Unfamiliar Law, by Richard W. Millar, Jr., July p.51
  • Millar’s JurisDiction: Wake-Up Call, by Richard W. Millar, Jr., Apr. p.47

Immigration Law

  • Business Immigration During the COVID-19 Pandemic, by Tiffany Chang Wu, July p.43
  • Unlawful Presence Law Makes the American Dream Hard to Reach, by Genevieve K. Maciel, Dec, p.32

Intellectual Property & Technology Law

  • How to Drive Your Trademark Attorney Completely Bonkers in Ten Easy Steps, by David Christopher Baker, May p.38
  • Irreparable Harm, I Presume? The Trade­mark Modernization Act and Other Changes in Trademark Law, by Deborah A. Gubernick and Michelle Emeterio, May p.34

Labor & Employment Law

  • COVID-19 Orders and Mandates How Employers Should Navigate Federal, State, and Local Rules, by Melissa A. Petrofsky-White, Jan. p.27
  • Hiring and Retaining Legal Talent During the Pandemic, by Yemi O. Adeyanju, Mar. p.42
  • Hurdles Employers Face When Responding to Religious Exemption Requests to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates, by Shirin Forootan, May p.28
  • Perspectives for the Workplace, by Teresa A. McQueen, Aug. p.26
  • Recent Developments Related to California’s Private Attorney General Act Provide Rare Good News for Employer Defense Bar, by Samantha E. Dorey and Grant N. Hutchins, May p.32
  • The California Supreme Court Makes It Easier for Whistleblower Employees, by Melodie K. Arian, June p.40

Law School Education

  • Dean Austen Parrish: Continuing UCI’s Trajectory of Excellence, by Deborah A. Gubernick and Michelle Emeterio, Aug. p.28

Marketing/ Client Development

  • Marketing Investments and New Tech in Today’s Market, by Eric Schurke, Feb. p.29

Military and Veterans Affairs

  • Honoring Their Service: The Burden of Licensing Requirements on Military Families, by Caitlin R. Emmons, Nov. p.42
  • Peek at Pro Bono: Advocating for Veterans in Orange County, by Sheila-Marie Finkelstein, June p.48
  • Peek at Pro Bono: There Are Many Ways to Help Low-Income Veterans, by David L. Price, Nov. p.54
  • The Fight to End Military Sexual Trauma, by Antoinette N. Balta, Nov. p.38


  • Civil Code Section 22.2: English Common Law in California, by Alexander G. Rufus-Isaacs, Sept. p.40
  • Index of Articles From Orange County Lawyer in 2021, Feb. p.42
  • OCBA Lawyers’ Companions During the Dog Days of Summer, Sept. p.48

OCBA Awards, Profiles, Interviews, Events, Pro Bono, Committees, Etc.

  • 2022 Volunteers for Justice Event: New Location, New Format, Same Great Evening, by Kenneth W. Babcock, Sept. p.32
  • Cover: Dan Robinson: A Steady Hand to Lead the OCBA, by Kevin F. Calcagnie, Jan. p.20
  • Cover: Joel S. Miliband: Leading by Example, by Deirdre M. Kelly, Nikki Presley Miliband, Cathrine M. Castaldi, and Dean J. Zipser, Feb. p.18
  • Cover: Let’s Swing Into Action to Support Our Community, by Larisa M. Dinsmoor, Apr. p.18
  • Cover: Orange County’s Appellate Justices of the 4/3, Dec. p.20
  • Cover: Raise Your Glass 2022, by Christina M. Zabat-Fran, Aug. p.20
  • Cover: Scoville Award Honoree Richard J. McNeil Champions Others’ Needs as His Own, by Gialisa W. Gaffaney, Scott B. Garner, and Mei Tsang, Nov. p.21
  • Cover: The OCBA’s 2023 Candidates for Secretary: Teresa A. McQueen and Shirin Forootan, Sept. p.20
  • Cover: Who’s Who in the OCBA, Mar. p.20
  • Cover: Who’s Who in the OCBA: The Affiliate Bars, July p.20
  • Judge Larry Yellin: Credible, Honest, and Committed to Fairness, by Robert J. Goodkin, July p.31
  • Ken Babcock: A Legacy of Expanding Access to Justice, by the Honorable Martin J. Jenkins, Sept. p.27
  • OCBA Volunteerism Does Not Miss a Beat During the Pandemic, by Joseph L. Chairez, Sept. p.22
  • Orange County 2021 Retirees From the Bench, Jan. p.30
  • Orange County Non-Profits and New Attorneys Join Forces to Narrow the Justice Gap, by Jordana R. Furman, Jan. p.42
  • Peek at Pro Bono: Guidance for Bank­ruptcy Litigants, by Michael A. Jones, Oct. p.56
  • Peek at Pro Bono: Moving the Needle Toward Justice for All, by Jordan Martell, Apr. p.40
  • Perseverance: Orange County Superior Court Judge Carmen Luege, by Monica E. Lukoschek, Aug. p.24
  • President’s Page: 2022: A Time to Reconnect, by Daniel S. Robinson, Jan. p.14
  • President’s Page: 2022: Back to Business as Usual, by Daniel S. Robinson, Dec. p.14
  • President’s Page: AB 2958 Addresses California State Bar Proposals Concerning Paraprofessionals and Non-Lawyers, by Daniel S. Robinson, Sept. p.14
  • President’s Page: A Wonderful Night for Joel, Judges, and the Bar, by Daniel S. Robinson, May p.14
  • President’s Page: April is Celebrate Diversity Month, by Daniel S. Robinson, Apr. p.14
  • President’s Page: Celebrating the OCBA’s Affiliate Bars, by Daniel S. Robinson, July p.14
  • President’s Page: Civility and Profession­alism, by Daniel S. Robinson, Nov. p.14
  • President’s Page: July 2022 Marks Fifteen Years for OCBA CEO and Executive Director Trudy Levindofske, by Daniel S. Robinson, Aug. p.14
  • President’s Page: Let the OCBA Help You Get Back to Normal, by Daniel S. Robinson, Mar. p.14
  • President’s Page: Navigating 2022 With 20/20 Hindsight, by Daniel S. Robinson, Feb. p.14
  • President’s Page: October Is a Time to Volunteer and Give Back to Our Community, by Daniel S. Robinson, Oct. p.14
  • President’s Page: Ten Things for OCBA Members to Do in June, by Daniel S. Robinson, June p.14
  • Spotlight: OCBA’s Young Lawyers Division in Action, by Nico Mamone, Sept. p.45
  • Spotlight on the Mommy Esquire Committee: Offering Connection When We Need It Most, by Ami Sheth Sagel, Aug. p.38
  • Spotlight: The Benefits of Participating in the OCBA’s Mentoring Committee, by Cherrie I. Tsai and Eve A. Brackmann, Jan. p.44
  • The Honorable Anthony J. Ferrentino Gives Back to the Community Where He Grew Up in Orange County, by Holly M. Woesner, Mar. p.38
  • The Honorable Isabel Apkarian: A Judge Who Makes Litigants Feel Heard, by Lindsey E. Martinez and Katie E. Walsh, Apr. p.24
  • The Specialty Sections of the OCBA, May p.42

Photos (By Date)

  • Jan.: OCBA Corporate Counsel Section Holiday Social; OCBA Trusts & Estates, Elder Law & Special Needs, and Conservatorship Holiday Luncheon, OCBA Family Law Section Holiday Social, pp.48-49; Chapman University, Dale E. Fowler School of Law Swearing-In Ceremony; Western State College of Law Swearing-In Ceremony; University of California, Irvine School of Law Swearing-In Ceremony; Someone Cares Soup Kitchen Volunteer Event, pp.62-63
  • Feb.: OCBA Board of Directors Meeting; OCBA YLD and Law Student Holiday Mixer; OCBA Community Outreach Committee & YLD: Pack a To-Go Lunch Bag Volunteer Event; OCBA Mommy Esquire Committee Holiday Luncheon, p.46-47; OCBA Community Outreach & YLD: Home for the Holidays–Pet Adoption Event, pp.58-59
  • March: OCBA Family Law Section Webinar: State of the Union and Installation of Officers; OCBA Tax Section Award Ceremony; OCBA Corporate Counsel Section Webinar, p.47; OCBA Installation Ceremony of 2022 Officers, pp.66-67
  • Apr.: OCTLA 59th Annual Installation & Awards Program; OCBA 2022 Editorial Advisory Committee Meeting; OCBACF Judge Kenneth Lae Charity Golf Scramble–A Look Back, p.44-45; OCBA Corporate Counsel Section Meeting; OCBA Tax Law Section Meeting; OCBA Community Outreach Committee Pack a To-Go Lunch and Outdoor Social Gathering; Orange County Coalition for Diversity in the Law (OCDOL) Diversity Awards, p.58-59
  • May: OCBA Charitable Fund 2022 Grant Giving Presentation, pp.50-51; OCBA 2022 Affiliate Bar Leader Luncheon; OCBA Seminar: Fun Times in Federal Court; OCBA 2022 Committee Leader Luncheon, pp.62-63
  • June: 2022 Judges’ Night & Annual Meeting, pp.44-45; OCBA Business Litigation Section Meeting; OCBA Solo Practitioner/Small Firm Section Meeting; OCBA Veterans & Military Committee Hike; OCBA Seminar: Dealing Professionally With Difficult Counsel, pp.62-63
  • July: OCBA Charitable Fund Judge Kenneth Lae Charity Golf Scramble, pp.48-49; OCBA Charitable Fund Judge Kenneth Lae Charity Golf Scramble; OCBA Appellate Law Section Court of Appeal Luncheon; OCBA Community Outreach Committee: Pack a To-Go Lunch Bag Volunteer Event; OCBA Business & Corporate Law Section Social, pp.62-63
  • Aug.: OCBA Trusts & Estates, Conservatorship and Elder Law & Special Needs Joint Section Summer Social; OCBA Banking & Lending and Corporate Counsel Joint Section Summer Social, pp.44-45; OCBA Travel Seminar: Cuba; OCBA YLD 2022 Open House & Annual Business Meeting; OCBA Solo Practitioner/Small Firm Section Meeting, pp.62-63
  • Sept.: OCBA Summer Social Celebrating Diversity, pp.56-57
  • Oct.: OCBACF Raise Your Glass, pp.52-55; OCBA Mentoring Program Kick-Off Reception; OCBA Summer Beach Clean-Up; OCBA YLD Seminar: Depositions and Desserts: A Sweet Approach to Handling Effective Depos; OCBA IP & Technology Law and Entertainment, Sports & Marketing Joint Section Meeting, pp.70-71
  • Nov.: OCBA Mommy Esquire Committee Social Gathering–Art & Conversation; OCBA Real Estate Law and Solo Practitioner/Small Firm Joint Summer Social; OCBA Trusts & Estates Section Outdoor Fall Social, pp.52-53; OCBA Solo Practitioner/Small Firm Section Annual Seminar; Conference of California Bar Associations, Bench Bar Coalition Annual Fall Meeting; 2022 Anti-Defamation League Marcus Kaufman Jurisprudence Awards Dinner; OCBA Mommy Esquire Meeting, pp.66-67
  • Dec.: 2022 OCBA College of Trial Advocacy, p.44-45; 2022 Volunteer Recognition Reception, 66-67

Practice of Law, Procedures, And Related Issues

  • Attorney Fees: A Potential Malpractice Minefield, by Marc D. Alexander, Oct. p.46
  • Embracing the Virtual Law Office, by Michelle A. Philo, Jan. p.33
  • Law Firms Focus on Attracting and Retaining Talent and Real Estate Strategies, by Sherry Cushman and Margaret Poster, Nov. p.32
  • Mentoring and Training New Firm Lawyers in the 2020s, by Dean J. Zipser, Nov. p.25
  • Young Lawyers and Their Pandemic Perspectives, by Amrit K. Dhaliwal, Nov. p.29

Privacy Law

  • Cyber-Security: Shining a Light on Dark Patterns, by Noelle Malindzak, May p.25

Securities Law

  • NFTs, the Blockchain and Why We Should Care, by Vikki L. Vander Woude and Carolyn L. Tan, Nov. p.34

State and Local Laws

  • New Lawsapalooza! What to Expect in 2022 and Beyond, by James S. Azadian, Jan. p.24

Trusts & Estates

  • The Importance of a Family Meeting in Managing an Estate, by Tamsen R. Reinheimer, Jan. p.38
  • Resources for Self-Represented Litigants in Probate Court, by the Honorable Gerald G. Johnston and Jack Johnston, Apr. p.32

This and past Indexes are available on the OCBA website. Go to www.ocbar.org, select “News and Publications,” then “OC Lawyer Magazine.” Indexes can be found under OC Lawyer “Article Index.”