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Cover Story

January 2023 Cover Story - The 2023 President Looks to the Past to Inform the Future

Michael relies on strong values passed on from his grandmother and mother, and aims to share history of Orange County’s legal community.

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Ethically Speaking

January 2023 Ethically Speaking - 2022: The Ethics Year in Review

In case you missed one, an overview of some of the most significant ethics opinions of the last year.

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Other Columns

January 2023 Tech Tip - How to Know if You Should Consult a Breach Coach

As a preventative or curative measure, a breach coach can help minimize damage from a data incident.

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December 2022 Family Law Corner - The Time Period Conundrum in Determining Income Available for Support

The Pletcher court considers equitable principles to evaluate time periods when income should be evaluated.

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November 2022 Peek at Pro Bono - Guidance for Bankruptcy Litigants

There Are Many Ways to Help Low-Income Veterans

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