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1. "From Pinstripes to Pinstripes," New York Law Journal, July 28, 1986, at 2, column 3  View Low-Resolution .GIF Version View High-Resolution .PDF Version

Subjects:  Central Park Lawyers' Softball League - practice of law - humor

2. "Curriculum Verite: A Modest Proposal," New York Law Journal, April 14, 1987, at 2, column 3  View Low-Resolution .GIF Version View High-Resolution .PDF Version

Subjects:  Legal education - practice of law - humor

3. "Recycling Old TV Shows for Lawyers," New York Law Journal, February 5, 1988, at 2, column 3  View Low-Resolution .GIF Version View High-Resolution .PDF Version

Subjects:  Practice of law - media - humor

4. "Summer Movies for Lawyers," New York Law Journal, July 10, 1990, at 2, column 3 (available in LEXIS-NEXIS News Library)  View Low-Resolution .GIF Version View High-Resolution .PDF Version

Subjects:  Practice of law - media - humor

5. "A Lawyer's Pre-Season Shopping Guide," New York Law Journal, November 29, 1990, at 2, column 3 (available in LEXIS-NEXIS News Library)  View Low-Resolution .GIF Version View High-Resolution .PDF Version

Subjects:  Practice of law - technology - humor

6. "Magnificent Regression," New York Law Journal, June 4, 1991, at 2, column 3 (available in LEXIS-NEXIS News Library)  View Low-Resolution .GIF Version View High-Resolution .PDF Version

Subjects:  Practice of law - humor

7. "Affirming the Value of Criticism," New York Law Journal, July 22, 1994, at 2, column 3 (available in LEXIS-NEXIS News Library)  View Low-Resolution .GIF Version View High-Resolution .PDF Version

LegalTrac Abstract:  "U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit's retraction of its earlier ruling in Moldea v. New York Times Co. regarding book review criticism being libelous."

Subjects:  Libel and slander - litigation; criticism - litigation; freedom of the press - litigation

Letter to the Editor, "Cautionary Note On Wireless Systems," New York Law Journal, June 29, 1993 (available in LEXIS-NEXIS News Library):

"I would like to add one cautionary note to Randolph J. Burkart's informative article, 'Jamming on the Airwaves as Legal Technology Gets Mobile' (NYLJ, June 22). Lawyers using or contemplating wireless communications systems and mobile data systems for transmitting sensitive and confidential client data and information should keep in mind the potential for such transmissions being intercepted or monitored by unauthorized third parties. There may be ways to reduce the chance of such appropriation (such as, for example, by encrypting the communication). But lawyers, entrusted with keeping private matters private, need to be aware of the potential security limitations of this develop[ing] technology."

 
 

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