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The Alabama Lawyer Article Index 2001-2010

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Browse 2010 issues


2010 Annual Meeting + Baytowne = Enjoyment and Fun, May, pg. 187

A Life Well Lived, March, pg. 109

A Primer on the New Electronic Discovery Provisions in the Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure, May, pg. 206

Absent Valid Attorney’s Lien, the File of the Client Belongs to the Client, May, pg. 235

Alabama Appellate Practice Guide by Ed Haden, January, pg. 46

Alabama State Bar Fall 2009 Admittees, January, pg. 24

Alabama State Bar Volunteer Lawyers Program 2009 Honor Roll, January, pg. 36

And Justice for All, May, pg. 181

ASB Leadership Forum, January, pg. 52

Charles Rogers Crowder, March, pg. 114

Corporate Governance and the HealthSouth Derivative Litigation, March, pg. 128

Creation of Commercial Litigation Docket in the Birmingham Division, Tenth Judicial Circuit, January, pg. 56

Disciplinary Notices, January, pg. 89

Disciplinary Notices, March, pg. 167

Disciplinary Notices, May, pg. 245

Disharmony in Alabama’s Conformity to the Federal Tax Classification of Business Entities, March, pg. 122

Donald N. Spurrier, January, pg. 20

Environmental Citizen Suits in Alabama– A Look Back and a Glance Forward, May, pg. 196

Ethical Obligations of a Lawyer When His Client Has Committed or Intends to Commit Perjury, March, pg. 159

Fun in the Sun, May, pg. 193

J. Gilmer Blackburn, January, pg. 17

Jackson Wilson Guyton, January, pg. 18

James R. Pratt, III, May, pg. 185

John A. Lockett, Jr., January, pg. 19

John Bingham, March, pg. 113

Legislative Wrap-Up, January, pg. 85

Legislative Wrap-Up, March, pg. 165

Legislative Wrap-Up, May, pg. 237

Memorials, January, pg. 20

Memorials, March, pg. 115

Memorials, May, pg. 191

Milestones and Memories of Jones School of Law: From Reading Law to Accredited Law School, March, pg. 138

Navigating the Medicare Reporting Minefield– A Practitioner’s Guide to Settlement with a Medicare Beneficiary, May, pg. 212

New Admittees, CLE and Pro Bono — Have We Left Anything Out?, January, pg. 23

Oops, It Happened Again: Inadvertent Disclosure under New Federal Rule of Evidence 502, January, pg. 64

Piercing the Corporate Veil: When is Too Much Fiction a Bad Thing?, January, pg. 58

Reliance, the Bachelor: Will Experience Answer the Open Questions of Reasonable Reliance?, January, pg. 68

Remembering Judge James, Honoring Judge Graffeo, May, pg. 192

Robert W. Lee, January, pg. 19

Seeking a Recusal: Calling the Judge a Lizard Won’t Help Your Cause, May, pg. 220

Spring Into Serivce!, March, pg. 117

Task Force to Examine Interest in Creating New Federal Court Practice Section, January, pg. 50

Thank You, Legal Services!, January, pg. 9

Thank You, Volunteer Lawyers!, March, pg. 105

The Image of the Legal Profession and the Weather, January, pg. 13

The Professional Cost of Untreated Addiction and Mental Illness in Practicing Lawyers, March, pg. 152

The Real Heroes of the Lawyer Referral Service Are Attorneys Just Like You!, March, pg. 120

The VLP and the Scoundrel Relative, May, pg. 228

The VLP and the Thief, January, pg. 45

The VLP, Matlock and Perry Mason, March, pg. 157

Third Party Auditing of Lawyers’ Billings–Confidentiality Problems and Interference with Representation, January, pg. 79

Twombly and Iqbal: The Effect of the “Plausibility” Pleading Standard on Alabama Litigators, January, pg. 75

What Kind of Bang Am I Getting for My Buck with the LRS?, January, pg. 48

What’s the Scoop? Background Checks and the Fair Credit Reporting Act, March, pg. 146

Browse 2009 issues


“In Consequence of the Intoxication” Causation under Alabama’s Dram Shop Act: Sell Beware, May, pg. 190

2008: A Busy Year for the Alabama State Bar, March, pg. 91

2009 Annual Meeting Photo Highlights, September, pg. 346

2009 Award Recipients, September, pg. 344

A Brave New World of Judicial Recusal? The United States Supreme Court Enters the Fray, September, pg. 368

A Guide to Impeachment in Federal and Alabama State Courts, January, pg. 44

A Labor of Love: Betty Love Blends Family, Service, and A Lifetime Love of the Law, September, pg. 366

A Perspective on the Alabama State Bar’s 2009 Leadership Forum–Class 5, September, pg. 341

A Primer on Applying Article 3 and 4 to The Ten Most Common Check Disputes, July, pg. 278

A Team Effort, July, pg. 261

A Trip Through Depression, November, pg. 458

ABA Membership Has Broadened My Horizons, January, pg. 59

Access to Justice– Now More than Ever, September, pg. 319

Advisory Committee on the Alabama Rules of Evidence, September, pg. 365

Alabama ADR Goes Global, November, pg. 418

Alabama Appellate Mediation, Five Years Later, November, pg. 421

Alabama Attorneys Complete Work at Annual Uniform Law Conference, November, pg. 454

Alabama Law Institute 40 Years of Service, May, pg. 224

Alabama Lawyers Hall of Fame, July, pg. 286

Alabama Native Becomes Chief Judge of Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, July, pg. 296

Alabama Provides Fertile Ground for Growing ABA Leaders, January, pg. 61

Alabama State Bar Fall 2008 Admittees, January, pg. 24

Alabama State Bar Reaches Membership Milestone, January, pg. 35

Alabama State Bar Spring 2009 Admittees, September, pg. 334

Alabama State Bar Volunteer Lawyers Program 2008 Pro Bono Honor Roll, March, pg. 103

Alyce Manley Spruell, May, pg. 171

Another Modest Proposal, July, pg. 251

AOC Now Charges AlaCourt Subscribers Per-Page Fee, March, pg. 139

Archibald Thomas Reeves III, November, pg. 416

Arthur Emmett Gamble, Jr., January, pg. 18

ASB’s Long-Range Plan: Direction and Accomplishment for the Profession, Part II, January, pg. 11

Basics of Certiorari Practice in the Alabama Supreme Court, May, pg. 198

Benjamin Franklin Stokes, III, March, pg. 94

Better Me than You, November, pg. 462

Birmingham Lawyer Cristina Rodriguez Recognized as 16,000th Member, January, pg. 34

Calm, Rational Decisions Work Best in Difficult Times, May, pg. 214

Celebrate Alabama’s Pro Bono Week, September, pg. 350

Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary, May, pg. 182

Class 5 Graduates, September, pg. 340

Coming this Spring: Online Voting for State Bar Elections, November, pg. 409

Conducting Business in the Twenty-First Century: How to Avoid Organizational Suicide, May, pg. 184

Confidentiality/Sealed Settlements, March, pg. 141

Contact with Employees of Opposing Party– Refined Opinion, November, pg. 463

Cumberland Community Mediation Center Serves as a Voice of Reason, November, pg. 423

Dependency Cases– Litigate or Mediate?, November, pg. 428

Disciplinary Notices, January, pg. 73

Disciplinary Notices, July, pg. 307

Disciplinary Notices, March, pg. 149

Disciplinary Notices, May, pg. 229

Disciplinary Notices, November, pg. 473

Disciplinary Notices, September, pg. 395

Douglas Charles Freeman, January, pg. 17

Edward J. Azar, November, pg. 413

Federal Review of Voting Changes: The U.S. Supreme Court Opens the Door to Relief, September, pg. 374

From Power to Service: The Story of Lawyers in Alabama, November, pg. 448

Gary Wolfe: A Lawyer Serving His Community through Coaching, January, pg. 36

Gathering Clouds and Raging Storms, March, pg. 87

George Peach Taylor, March, pg. 94

Getting Your Money’s Worth in These Difficult Times, May, pg. 173

H. Powell Lipscomb, III, May, pg. 175

Henry Arthur Leslie, November, pg. 414

Herbert J. Fawwal, July, pg. 257

I Cannot Imagine a Legal Career without Membership in the ABA, January, pg. 61

In Memoriam Karen LaMoreaux Bryan, November, pg. 419

Internet Transactions and Communications: Expanding or Contracting Traditional Notions of Personal Jurisdiction, September, pg. 378

Jack E. Propst, Sr., May, pg. 176

Jackie M. McDougal, May, pg. 175

Jim Crow and Me, Stories from My Life as a Civil Rights Lawyer by Solomon S. Seay, Jr. with Judge Delores Boyd, March, pg. 112

John Cleveland Hays Miller, Jr., November, pg. 415

John H. Lavette, November, pg. 413

John Nathanael Bryan, January, pg. 17

Jones Law School to Host ABA Representation in Mediation Competition, November, pg. 424

Judge Lee Clyde Traylor, July, pg. 258

Kids’ Chance Scholarship Recipients, September, pg. 352

Law Day 2009- A Legacy of Liberty–Celebrating Lincoln’s Bicentennial, July, pg. 288

Law in a Changing Climate, September, pg. 358

Law Partners of Substitute Municipal Judge May Represent Clients in Municipal Court Provided Said Matters Are Completely Unrelated to Those Wherein Partner Presided As Substitute Judge, September, pg. 387

Lawrence B. Sheffield, III, January, pg. 18

Lawyers Render Service: State Bar Fulfills Its Goal for Judicial Education, July, pg. 276

Lawyers’ Trust Account Obligations with Regard to Retainers and Set Fees, January, pg. 65

Legal Stressors on Providing Recoverable Damages for Mental Anguish, January, pg. 52

Legislative Wrap-Up, January, pg. 69

Legislative Wrap-Up, July, pg. 301

Legislative Wrap-Up, March, pg. 145

Legislative Wrap-Up, May, pg. 221

Legislative Wrap-Up, November, pg. 469

Legislative Wrap-Up, September, pg. 391

Marion Howard Haygood, September, pg. 325

Matthew Lee Huffaker, September, pg. 326

Maury Drane Smith, September, pg. 328

Memorials, January, pg. 19

Memorials, July, pg. 259

Memorials, March, pg. 95

Memorials, May, pg. 176

Memorials, November, pg. 416

Memorials, September, pg. 329

My New Year’s Resolutions, January, pg. 7

Nina Miglionico, September, pg. 326

Outside the Courtroom and Inside the Classroom: Career Attorney Discovers Joy of Teaching, September, pg. 354

Part-Time Judges, Part-Time Assistant District Attorneys and Imputed Disqualification, May, pg. 217

Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow, July, pg. 247

Partnership with the Alabama Legal Community, January, pg. 63

Pro Bono Legal Services: No “Shuckin’ and Jivin'”, November, pg. 456

Pro Bono Mediator Award, November, pg. 420

Pro Bono Week Just the Beginning of Emphasis on Access to Justice, November, pg. 407

Professionalism in Alabama: A Look at Our Past and Present in Planning Our Future, July, pg. 290

Purchasing from Merchants on eBay and the Implied Warranty of Merchantability: An Overview, July, pg. 266

Red Flags for Young Attorneys to Avoid, May, pg. 206

Removal under Lowery v. Alabama Power Co., March, pg. 120

Rendering Service to Those from Another Continent, September, pg. 321

Saying “No” to Court? An Introduction to the Collaborative-Law Process, November, pg. 434

Sign Up, Join In, September, pg. 331

Spring Brings More than Flowers and Showers, March, pg. 101

Stanley K. Smith, July, pg. 258

State Bar LRS Offers Discounts to Military Personnel, September, pg. 353

The Agency Argument– What ERISA Plaintiffs and Defendants Need to Know, March, pg. 130

The Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum Celebrating Five Years: Reaching Out to a New Generation of Servant Leaders, May, pg. 212

The Alabama State Bar Provides Rich Heritage of Support for the American Bar Association, January, pg. 60

The Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution: Fifteen Years of Quiet Service with Results, November, pg. 422

The American Bar Association: A Valuable Resource, January, pg. 59

The Arbitration Alternative– Some Common Issues, November, pg. 439

The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute Honors Legacy of Justice Oscar Adams, July, pg. 264

The Finest Man I’ve Ever Known, July, pg. 273

The New and Expanded Americans with Disabilities Act, January, pg. 38

The Role of Amicus Briefs, March, pg. 114

The Role of Mediation for ESI Disputes, November, pg. 425

Turbulent Political and Economic Times– The Bar Will Respond, May, pg. 163

Unclaimed Client Trust Funds–Escheat to State, July, pg. 297

Update and General Selection Criteria, September, pg. 338

VLP: Good for You and Me, May, pg. 179

We Made It, May, pg. 183

William Brevard Hand, March, pg. 93

Browse 2008 issues


“Request for Oral Argument Denied:” The Death of Oral Argument in Alabama’s Appellate Courts, March, pg. 122

2008 Annual Meeting Photo Highlights, September, pg. 322

2008 Award Recipients, September, pg. 321

2008 Regular Session of the Legislature, January, pg. 71

A Perspective on the Alabama State Bar’s 2008 Leadership Forum–Class 4, September, pg. 343

A Pleading Delayed May Mean Justice Denied, Amended Pleading Practice under Alabama Rule of Civil Procedure 15(a), July, pg. 264

A Survey of Recent and Pending Alabama Tax Cases Involving the Commerce Clause, March, pg. 110

Accessibility and Possible Cost-Shifting of ESI, July, pg. 276

Alabama State Bar Fall 2007 Admittees, January, pg. 54

Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum 2009 – Class 5, July, pg. 246

Alabama State Bar Responds to Mortgage Foreclosure Crisis, November, pg. 412

Alabama State Bar Spring 2008 Admittees, September, pg. 316

Alabama State Bar Volunteer Lawyers Program 2007 Pro Bono Honor Roll, January, pg. 21

Alabama Supreme Court Awards Harper Lee Honorary Special Membership, July, pg. 252

Alvin F. Harris, Sr., July, pg. 243

An Alabama Lawyer’s Experience in the Middle East, May, pg. 194

Another Great Year for the YLS, July, pg. 289

ASB’s Long-Range Plan: Direction and Accomplishment for the Profession, November, pg. 399

Become Active in the YLS– Join Us for the Sandestin CLE, May, pg. 213

Billing Client for Attorney’s Fees, Costs and Other Expenses, May, pg. 209

Business and Non-Profit Entities Code, November, pg. 457

Cecil Bruce King, November, pg. 406

Charles P. Allison, November, pg. 405

Class 4 Graduates, September, pg. 342

Corporation and Individual Directors, November, pg. 455

Disciplinary Notices, January, pg. 65

Disciplinary Notices, July, pg. 247

Disciplinary Notices, March, pg. 139

Disciplinary Notices, May, pg. 215

Disciplinary Notices, November, pg. 473

Disciplinary Notices, September, pg. 373

Discovery of Electronically Stored Information– Potential Alabama Civil Procedure Rules, March, pg. 106

Ellsworth Peter Scales, III, November, pg. 407

Emergency Voting Changes, July, pg. 293

Ex Parte Flowers: The Alabama Supreme Court’s Most Recent Decision Shaping the Work-Product Doctrine, September, pg. 332

Fifteen Tons and a Facelift, July, pg. 241

First Recipients of Bar’s Scholarship Attend National Judicial College, January, pg. 53

Fishing with Dynamite: How Lawyers Can Avoid Needless Problems From “Pretextual Calling”, May, pg. 182

George MacDonald Gallion, January, pg. 18

Good, Better, Best, November, pg. 453

H. Thomas Wells, Jr. President-Elect, American Bar Association, July, pg. 239

In the Supreme Court of Alabama– September 12, 2008, November, pg. 461

Joe Hilley: Lawyer and Legal Thriller Author, May, pg. 174

Joe L. Payne, March, pg. 100

John Lauthlin Moore, III, November, pg. 406

Judge Michael Orizaba Emfinger, May, pg. 170

Judicial Review of Arbitration Awards in the Alabama Courts, November, pg. 434

Lawyer May Seek Appointment of Guardian for Client Under a Disability, or Take Other Protective Action Necessary to Advance Best Interest of Client, January, pg. 75

Lawyers and Judges Work to Encourage Professionalism, May, pg. 172

Legislative Process, March, pg. 143

Legislative Wrap-Up, July, pg. 291

Legislative Wrap-Up, May, pg. 221

Legislative Wrap-Up, September, pg. 381

Mandatory IOLTA, Increasing the Pro Hac Vice Fee and an End to Traveling Like Boxcar Willie for Bar Committee Members, January, pg. 7

Margaret Ellen Thompson Turner, March, pg. 101

Margaret Scholten Childers, March, pg. 99

Meet Your Alabama State Bar Staff, September, pg. 359

Memorials, July, pg. 244

Memorials, March, pg. 102

Memorials, May, pg. 170

Memorials, November, pg. 407

Memorials, September, pg. 313

Models of Professionalism, May, pg. 167

Mylan R. Engel, March, pg. 100

N. Q. Adams, May, pg. 169

Name “John Doe & Associates” May Be Used Only If Attorney Employs At Least One Associate, March, pg. 147

New Neighbors, March, pg. 95

Nicholas Tilford Braswell, III, November, pg. 406

Notes on Stays Pending Appeals in Alabama’s Appellate Courts, July, pg. 284

Only Wrestlers Can Fake Professionalism, July, pg. 235

Patricia Yeager Fuhrmeister, July, pg. 243

Pavillion Development, LLC v. JBJ Partnership: The Court’s Struggle with Waiver, January, pg. 36

Plan B– A Woman’s Perspective, September, pg. 352

Professor Harry Cohen, January, pg. 17

Protecting Privileges and Confidentiality When Dealing with Experts, July, pg. 256

Rae M. Crowe, May, pg. 169

Retention and Destruction of Client Files, July, pg. 250

Robert A. Huffaker: A Quarter-Century of Dedicated Service, September, pg. 311

Rule 1.15(e) of the Rules of Professional Conduct: A Banker’s Perspective on Section (e) Compliance, March, pg. 103

Senator Howell T. Heflin among New Hall of Fame Members, July, pg. 253

Short-Changing Our Judges, January, pg. 11

Speaking for Those without a Voice, May, pg. 159

Speaking Truth to Power and Eliminating Kudzu in Our Profession’s Garden, March, pg. 91

State Bar Actively Addressing Growing Hispanic Population, November, pg. 448

Taking Benefits Back: Reimbursement Under ERISA, January, pg. 44

Ten Tips to Improve Your Case on Appeal, November, pg. 443

Thank You, 2007 Pro Bono Mediators, September, pg. 347

The Alabama State Bar Diversity in the Profession Committee: Continuing to Build a More Inclusive Bar, May, pg. 178

The Case of the Vanishing Devise, or in the Alternative, Praise the Lord! It’s Not Adeemed, September, pg. 326

The Current Status of Judicial Accountability, November, pg. 426

The Farm Bill Opens Door for Black Farmers, November, pg. 410

The Fourth Time Around, September, pg. 356

The Insurance Tripartite Relationship: “Who Is My Client Anyway?”, November, pg. 416

The Returned Phone Call, September, pg. 354

They Were Lawyers, November, pg. 395

Thomas J. Methvin, May, pg. 165

Thoughts from the New Guy, September, pg. 307

Unclaimed Client Trust Funds–Escheat to State, September, pg. 377

Understanding Addiction, Helping Clients and Colleagues, September, pg. 348

Uniform Law Commission Concludes 117th Annual Meeting, November, pg. 447

Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage– A Desk Reference for Alabama Lawyers, May, pg. 202

Update and General Selection Criteria– Background and Mission, September, pg. 340

Walter McGowin: A Lawyer Winning the Game of Setting Priorities in Life, January, pg. 51

Want to Know Your Employees Better? Log On to a Social Network But, Be Warned, You May Not Like What You See, March, pg. 130

Windell Clifton Owens, July, pg. 244

Workers’ Compensation and the Amendment of Alabama’s Intestacy Statute, September, pg. 369

You’ve Caught a Thief Amongst You– What Now?, January, pg. 30

Young Lawyers’ Section, January, pg. 19

Young Lawyers’ Section, November, pg. 451

Young Lawyers’ Section, September, pg. 371

Browse 2007 issues


2006 Pro Bono Honor Roll, January, pg. 33

2007 ASB Leadership Forum Turns Three, March, pg. 142

A Large Firm Takes on Pro Bono, January, pg. 50

A Practical Approach to Increasing Professionalism, July, pg. 278

Accommodation or Transformation, March, pg. 152

Addressing the Unthinkable: How You Can Constructively Deal with the Problem of Suicide, March, pg. 154

Alabama Law Foundation Announces Kids’ Chance Scholarship Winners, January, pg. 79

April in Talladega, March, pg. 132

Assisting One Can Help Hundreds, March, pg. 158

Billy Melton, Lawyer, July, pg. 276

BMW v. Gore: Ten Years Later, March, pg. 126

Civil Actions and Bankruptcy Proceedings: A Collision of Two Very Different Worlds, July, pg. 290

Courage, March, pg. 159

Hank Caddell: Alabama’s Lawyer of the Year, January, pg. 68

In Defense of Judicial Elections, July, pg. 295

Law Day 2007, July, pg. 284

New Landlord-Tenant Act Makes It Easier for Legal Services and VLP Lawyers to Help Low-Income Tenants, January, pg. 41

Notice Pleading in the Mass Tort Arena: What is Sufficient Notice?, January, pg. 74

Our Highest Calling, January, pg. 44

Parting Ways: What a Lawyer and Law Firm Need to Consider When a Lawyer Leaves the Firm, July, pg. 286

Preventing Waiver of Arguments on Appeal, July, pg. 302

Public Interest Group Profiles, January, pg. 52

Public Service by Law Students, January, pg. 46

Selecting Alabama’s Appellate Judges–A Better Way, March, pg. 134

Selections from Times Were Tough: Alabama Law Graduates of the 1930s Tell Their Stories An Oral History Project, March, pg. 118

The National Judicial College, January, pg. 32

Unraveling ERISA Civil Penalties, March, pg. 142

What’s in a Name? Trademark Infringements in Cyberspace, January, pg. 70

Browse 2006 issues


2007 Leadership Forum Application, September, pg. 331

A Perspective on the ASB 2006 Leadership Forum Class II, September, pg. 332

Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution 2006 Pro Bono Mediators Honor Roll, September, pg. 375

ASB Annual Meeting: Photo Highlights, September, pg. 351

Deductibility of Litigation Expenses Paid by Alabama Attorneys, November, pg. 444

Guardians of Justice Campaign–Inaugural Event at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, September, pg. 372

Involuntary Commitment from a Probate Judge’s Perspective, November, pg. 450

Judge Harold Abritton: From Covington County Lawyer to Respected Federal Judge, November, pg. 416

Leadership Forum: 2007 Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum Update and General Selection Criteria, September, pg. 330

National Law Conference Adopts Eight New Uniform Acts, November, pg. 465

Paws Laws or How Nigel and Miss Muffy Came to be Rich, November, pg. 432

Prize Winners, September, pg. 357

Report of the Alabama State Bar Quality of Life Survey, September, pg. 368

The Alabama Trust Code, September, pg. 358

The Care and Feeding of In-House Counsel, September, pg. 340

The New Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act: Balancing the Scales of Justice in the Landlord-Tenant Relationship, November, pg. 422

The Top Ten Things Your In-House Counsel Wants from You, September, pg. 336

Browse 2005 issues


2004 Pro Bono Honor Roll, January, pg. 45

2005 Annual Meeting Highlights, March, pg. 146

A Perspective on the ASB’s Inaugural Leadership Forum, November, pg. 348

After the Battle over Arbitration: An Analysis of Post-Enforceability Issues Confronting Lawyers and Litigants in Actual Arbitration Proceedings, 7, pg. 442

Alabama Lawyer Assistance Program: Your Partner Needs Help, July, pg. 188

Appellate Mediation: Comments from the Mediation Office on Confidentiality and Sanctions, 7, pg. 424

ASB 2005 Annual Meeting, July, pg. 201

Beneficiary Deeds and Estate Planning, March, pg. 118

Beware the Litigation-Based Waiver Trap: Protecting the Right to Remove in the Eleventh Circuit, November, pg. 380

Byrd v. Dillard’s, Inc.: Deciphering the AlaADEA’s Statutes of Limitations Language, November, pg. 374

Conservation Easements as Qualified Conservation Contributions, March, pg. 124

Daphne Firm Holds Reception Honoring Retiring Supreme Court Justice J. Gorman Houston, Jr., March, pg. 143

Deepening Insolvency in Alabama: Is it a tort, a damages theory or neither of the above?, July, pg. 190

Detach, Relax, Participate: Taking Care of Yourself Is Critical, 7, pg. 435

Equitable Estoppel against the Government in Alabama, March, pg. 110

Fair Pay Exemptions for You and Your Client, September, pg. 268

Federal Government Contracting: A Legal and Practical Guide for Alabama Lawyers, July, pg. 220

Fighting over Government Contracts, January, pg. 38

Highlights from ASB 2005 Annual Meeting, November, pg. 356

Hundreds of Posters and Essays Illustrate American Jury System in Law Day Contests, September, pg. 265

Implementation of House Bill 308: Motion Cover Sheet, March, pg. 100

Is It Time for the Plain English Jury Charge?, January, pg. 60

Leadership, Service and Professionalism, November, pg. 346

Learning to Lead, November, pg. 350

Navigating the Appellate Process: A Guide for Appellants in Civil Cases, January, pg. 54

President-Elect Profiles: Fournier J. Gale, III and W. N. Watson, July, pg. 170

Remarks by Michael S. Greco, president-elect, American Bar Association, July, pg. 183

Taking Care of Business: Non-Consumer Aspects of the Bankruptcy Abuse and Consumer Protection Act of 2005, November, pg. 365

The Alabama Class Action: Does It Exist Any Longer? And Does It Matter?, September, pg. 288

The Alabama Law Foundation Announces the 2004 Fellows, July, pg. 182

The Face of Title IX: Post-Jackson v. Birmingham Board of Education, 7, pg. 428

The Subtle Snake: Long-Term Disability Insurance under ERISA, September, pg. 278

Update on Amendments to the Alabama Rules of Appellate Procedure, July, pg. 217

What Non-Immigration Lawyers Should Know about Immigration Law, 7, pg. 436

Browse 2004 issues


ADR–Photo Highlights, May, pg. 160

Alabama Giving: Lawyers Play a Key Role in Growth of Community, March, pg. 84

Appeal Early and Often? Appellate Review of Non-Final Orders in Alabama, July, pg. 254

Appellate Mediation Arrives in Alabama, January, pg. 24

ASB Law Day 2004 Observance Includes Cross that River: Brown v. Board of Education, July, pg. 232

Bankruptcy and Mediation, May, pg. 194

Bankruptcy Lawyers: If You Want Attorney’s Fees from the IRS, Exhaust Your Administrative Remedies. It Might Not Be a Bad Idea Anyway, January, pg. 34

Birmingham Student Awarded Alabama Law Foundation Law School Scholarship, November, pg. 386

Book Review–The Soulbane Illusion, November, pg. 388

Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Rules of Civil Procedure:, March, pg. 88

Efficacy of Post-Divorce Mediation and Evaluation Services, May, pg. 186

Estate Planning for Protected Persons, November, pg. 404

Harbingers of Bad Tidings? Recent Decisions from Florida Courts Affecting Mediation Confidentiality, May, pg. 166

How to Prepare Yourself and Your Client for Potential Retaliation in Employment Discrimination Cases, September, pg. 322

Is It Affirmative Action or Discrimination?, November, pg. 394

It Means Just What I Choose It to Mean: The Preclusive Effect of Divorce Agreements under § 523(A) (5) of the Bankruptcy Code, September, pg. 326

Jury Nullification: The Anti-Atticus, March, pg. 110

Lawyers’ Cases for Kids, January, pg. 59

Legal Services Alabama, Equal Justice Initiative of Alabama and Alabama Prison Project Receive Alabama Law Foundation Grants, September, pg. 301

Legal Services in Alabama Unite and New Executive Director Named, March, pg. 72

Mediation, Bankruptcy and the Bankruptcy Administrator, November, pg. 410

Misrepresentation in the Insurance Application, September, pg. 308

Nine Ways to Avoid a Suit for Legal Malpractice, July, pg. 242

Oyez! Oyez! Oyez! Admission to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States of America, July, pg. 234

Peace Education through Mediation, May, pg. 196

Profiles: Bobby D. Segall, Carol Ann Smith, Carol H. Stewart, May, pg. 138

Remarks of Albert P. Brewer, November, pg. 382

Reminiscences on Adoption of the Rules of Civil Procedure, March, pg. 93

Report of Committee on Alternative Methods of Dispute Resolution–ADR Usually Means Mediation, May, pg. 163

Revisions, MCLE Rules and Regulations, March, pg. 88

Some Words of Gratitude, July, pg. 273

Standard HIPAA Order in Civil Actions, September, pg. 332

Statistical Demographics and Outcome Study of Chemically Dependent Attorneys, November, pg. 424

The A.R.C.P.: Their Promulgation and Implementation, March, pg. 99

The Alabama Appellate Mediation Program: How and Why It Will Work, May, pg. 180

The Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum, September, pg. 306

The Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution, May, pg. 158

The Enforceability of Covenants Not to Compete in Alabama, January, pg. 40

The Right to a Speedy Trial in Alabama, March, pg. 102

These Are a Few of My Favorite Things, May, pg. 154

Browse 2003 issues


A Fungus among Us: The New Epidemic of Mold Claims, March, pg. 109

Alabama Appleseed Center–Sowing Seeds of Justice, March, pg. 123

Alabama Code §25-5-11: A Narrow Cause of Action against Co-Employees, January, pg. 38

Alabama Law Foundation’s IOLTA Program Gets Good News from U.S. Supreme Court, September, pg. 261

Alabama Municipal Employees’ Rights to Paid Military Leave, 7, pg. 374

Alabama State Bar Resolutions–Lawyers Render Service, March, pg. 106

Alabama State Bar Takes Top PR Award’, January, pg. 23

Alabama Watch: The People Are Watching, November, pg. 300

Alabama’s New Mortgage Brokers Licensing Act, January, pg. 52

An Examination of the Faragher/Ellerth Defense to Harassment in the Workplace, March, pg. 118

Authentication, Foundation, Reasonableness and Causation: Admission of Medical Records and the Burdens of Proof in the Injury Case, 7, pg. 382

Book Review–Hugo Black: Justice for All, January, pg. 62

Director and Officer Liability to Non-Shareholders, November, pg. 316

Forget Everything You Knew about Alabama Certiorari Practice!, November, pg. 323

Howell Heflin Presents the Maud McClure Kelly Award, January, pg. 58

IOLTA Rule Change, September, pg. 256

Janie L. Shores Receives the Maud McClure Kelly Award, January, pg. 61

Legal Services in Alabama to Unite, September, pg. 255

Mobile Bar Association Sponsors Presentation of To Kill a Mockingbird, January, pg. 25

Montgomery Magnet Schools Sweep Law Day Awards, September, pg. 253

Reflections on Ethical Issues, September, pg. 226

Retire? Not as Long as I Live!, November, pg. 315

Spotlight on a Section: Family Law Section Celebrates 16 Years of Service, January, pg. 50

Terrorist and Hate Groups: A Primer for Lawyers, November, pg. 296

The American Inns of Court: Establishing Professionalism through Camaraderie, 7, pg. 378

The HIPAA Privacy Rules from a Litigation Perspective, March, pg. 126

The Magnuson Moss Act Defense to Arbitration: What’s Left after Davis v. Southern Energy Homes, Inc., 7, pg. 367

The Putative Father Registry: Behold Now the Behemoth (A Cautionary Tale), September, pg. 237

The Robinson-Patman Act: The Law of Price Discrimination, September, pg. 246

War Stories, January, pg. 49

Browse 2002 issues


A Closer Look–Alabama Law Foundation Fellows: Sydney Smith, May, pg. 160

A Grand Jury Primer for Corporate Representation, September, pg. 226

A Judge’s Perspective of the Mobile Bar Association’s Volunteer Lawyers Program, 7, pg. 365

A Young Lawyer’s Perspective–Legal Service in the Military, September, pg. 222

Advertising Rules, November, pg. 280

African-American Attorneys Assume Top Association Offices, January, pg. 50

Alabama’s Forgotten Justices: John McKinley and John A. Campbell, September, pg. 236

Attorney Fee Declaration Forms: Save Yourself Some Time and Trouble, November, pg. 303

Book Review: Alabama’s Own John Grisham Saigon Landing by Jim Accardi, March, pg. 98

Cabaniss Johnston Scholarship Keeps Giving, January, pg. 25

Cyber-Jurisdiction: When Does Use of the Internet Establish Personal Jurisdiction?, January, pg. 36

Dedication, U.S. Courthouse, Middle District of Alabama, 7, pg. 343

Drug and Medical Device Litigation under the Alabama Extended Manufacturer’s Liability Doctrine, May, pg. 152

Get Your Name on This Page, 7, pg. 355

Introducing the Alabama Lawyer Assistance Foundation, March, pg. 89

IOLTA Program Provides Access to Justice, 7, pg. 369

Kids’ Chance Scholarships: Meeting the Need, November, pg. 305

Legal Assistants: An Evolving Role in the Practice of Law in Alabama, May, pg. 178

Overview of the Business Tax Legislation Enacted During the December 2001 Special Session and Other Recent Developments on the SALT Front, November, pg. 306

Petitions for Pre-Action Discovery under Rule 27, Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure: A Primer’, March, pg. 110

Philanthropy Education, 7, pg. 352

Pro Bono in Alabama, 7, pg. 357

Profiles: David R. Boyd and William N. Clark, May, pg. 134

Providing Access to Justice–Alabama’s Legal Services Programs, 7, pg. 374

Reforming Qualification to Transact Business Requirements in the Alabama Constitution, March, pg. 100

Rights of Indigent Defendants in Criminal Cases after Alabama v. Shelton, 7, pg. 370

Shareholder Rights, the Tort of Oppression and Derivative Actions Revisited: A Time for Mature Development?, November, pg. 314

The Alabama Lawyer Assistance Program at Work: The Why and How of ALAP, May, pg. 185

The Alabama Title Insurance Act of 2001, May, pg. 168

The Growth of Pro Se in Alabama, 7, pg. 363

The VLP and a House, 7, pg. 366

Use and Misuse of By James L. Noles, Jr. Revocable Living Trusts in Alabama, September, pg. 242

War Stories, November, pg. 291

When Does a Party Waive Its Right to Enforce Arbitration?, January, pg. 42

Browse 2001 issues


A Report from the State’s Law Firm, September, pg. 264

Advising Clients: How to Recognize and Protect Intellectual Property, 7, pg. 380

Alabama Law Foundation Announces Fellows, March, pg. 121

Alabama Law Foundation Awards IOLTA Grants, September, pg. 242

Alabama Lawyer Assistance Program Update, March, pg. 123

Alabama–The Arbitration State, January, pg. 48

Alabama’s Legal Services Programs Receive Significant Grants from the Alabama Law Foundation, November, pg. 312

Annual Meeting Highlights, November, pg. 307

Arbitration in Alabama–Of Road Signs and Reality, January, pg. 62

Arbitration Opponents Barking up the Wrong Tree, January, pg. 56

Battling David and Goliath–Defending Qui Tam Lawsuits Brought under the False Claims Act, November, pg. 326

Closing Future Medical Benefits for Injured Workers, November, pg. 322

Family Recovery Means Children, Too!, March, pg. 136

From a Father’s Perspective, March, pg. 125

From the Bench, March, pg. 139

Getting Out from Under: Understanding Professional Burnout and Its Consequences, March, pg. 133

Howell Heflin: First in a New Generation of State Bar Leaders, January, pg. 72

I Came to a Watershed and Found a Way Out, March, pg. 126

In the Solution, March, pg. 140

Insurance and Cyber-Losses: Coverage for Downloading Disaster, May, pg. 192

Judicial Building Earns Top Rating, March, pg. 122

Justice McKinley Legal Milestone Marker Erected, November, pg. 293

Local Bar Award of Achievement, May, pg. 181

New IRS Regulations Greatly Simplify Minimum Distribution Rules for IRAs and Qualified Plans, 7, pg. 366

No More Closed Doors, 7, pg. 364

Profile: Fred D. Gray, May, pg. 159

Save Today for College: 2001 PACT, September, pg. 245

Smith v. Atkinson: The Supreme Court of Alabama Holds that Liability Can Be Imposed on a Third Party for Negligent Spoliation of Evidence, May, pg. 200

Tax-Deferred Exchanges in Property–Selected Issues, November, pg. 315

Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof (With Apologies to Travis Tritt), March, pg. 129

Thanks! Pro Bono Mediators, May, pg. 185

The Addicted Attorney: The Counselor Needs a Counselor, March, pg. 130

The Alabama Law Foundation Offers Hope, March, pg. 120

The Home Front, 7, pg. 382

The Last Hope, March, pg. 118

The Rules Do Apply to Me, 7, pg. 373

The VLP and Life Insurance, January, pg. 28

The Volunteer Lawyers Program Student Award, May, pg. 182

UA Law School International Program More Than Doubles in Size, November, pg. 313

Understanding Title Insurance in Alabama, 7, pg. 374

Volunteer Lawyers Program License Plate, May, pg. 184

War Stories, January, pg. 55

Web-PACER Implemented in Bankruptcy Court, November, pg. 317

What is Fair Value under Alabama’s Dissenting Shareholder Statute?, May, pg. 186

What the General Practitioner Needs to Know to Recognize Sexual Harassment Claims, September, pg. 246

Wrongful Transmission of a Sexually Transmitted Disease in Alabama: Elements and Some Practical Considerations, September, pg. 256