SAYS CRIME DOESN'T PAY?
by Elizabeth Elliott
Sometimes you need compassion, consistency and creativity to get paid.
SELECTION: A FIRST TIMER'S VIEW
by Susan Custer
INFORMATION ECONOMY — DEALING IN TRADE SECRETS
by Mark V. Muller
How to identify and then protect your client's
SELECTION: SPEAKING FROM EXPERIENCE
by Lori A. Daly
FRAUD: WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?
by Joan Olson, CLA
It's become an epidemic, but is there a cure?
DREAMING, ALLY! BRING YOUR PARALEGAL TO THE COURTROOM
Bradley S. Underwood, Judge, 346th District Court
On TV you seldom see a paralegal at counsel table. Definitely not
YOU NEED A FINANCIAL PLANNER?
by Craig Hackler,
Raymond James Financial Services, Inc.
No matter how much money you make, it pays to keep on top of money
coming in and going out.
TASK FORCE ON LONG RANGE PLANNING COMPLETES OPEN FORUM; NOW FOCUSES
UPON ATTORNEY INPUT
by Michelle Boerder
What has been accomplished and where we go from here.
PROVIDING SUPERIOR CLIENT SERVICE
by Jason Park
How firms, large and small, can better service their clients.
THOSE CLE CREDITS
by Norma Hackler,
The best way to overcome what has become a monumental task.
by Javan Johnson, CLAS
The Ethics of Confidential Information
by Ellen Lockwoord, CLA, Ethics Chair
You must know when to keep it quiet.
Law & Disorder
Copyright Claim Against Bud Frog
by Nels Jacobsen
with by the animals.
Good sites as recommended by Linda J.
Wolf, Sidley & Austin, Dallas, Texas and Kathy Albright, Sloan
LAD TO AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS
FOR LAU—APPLICATION FOR LAU 2000 SCHOLARSHIP
If your attorney plans on
calling the other parties' fact witnesses, including experts, you must
list these witnesses/experts as "persons having knowledge"
and provide all of the information requested in the interrogatory
otherwise the Court will probably not allow your attorney to call them
at time of trial. You cannot merely "reserve the right" to
call the other parties' witnesses. TRCP 193.6(a). Also, see American
Cyanamid Co. v. Frankson, 732 S.W.2d 648, 655 (Tex.App.—Corpus
Christi 1987, writ ref'd n.r.e.) (expert witnesses)
A durable power of attorney
for health care is not effective unless the principal, before
executing the durable power of attorney for health care, signs a
statement that the principal has received a disclosure statement and
has read and understood its contents. CRPC 6135.014. Disclosure