The Alabama Lawyer Article Index 1983-1990

The Alabama Lawyer Article Index 1983-1990

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1990
Browse 1990 issues

 

An Introduction to Federal Administrative Law Part II: The Availability of Judicial Review, January, pg. 28

An Overview of RICO, September, pg. 283

Asserting the Legal Needs of the Poor: Building an Agenda for the 1990’s, Part I, March, pg. 106

Asserting the Legal Needs of the Poor: Building an Agenda for the 1990’s, Part II, May, pg. 162

Asserting the Legal Needs of the Poor: Building an Agenda for the 1990’s, Part III, November, pg. 354

Attorney / Admittee filing bankruptcy, September, pg. 304

Attorney as administrator of estate, May, pg. 173

Attorney as witness, May, pg. 173

Attorney defense of disability, September, pg. 306

Attorney fees, September, pg. 305

Attorney loans from clients and other business transactions, September, pg. 305

Attorney payments to lay employees, March, pg. 99

Attorney solicitation through related entity, March, pg. 99

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Blount, July, pg. 214

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Cherokee, November, pg. 334

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Cullman, January, pg. 26

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Etowah, September, pg. 260

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Wilcox, March, pg. 88

Building Contractor’s Recovery for Incomplete Performance, July, pg. 230

By the Lawyers and for the Judges: An Irreverent History of the Bill of Rights Michael, March, pg. 78

By the Lawyers and for the Judges: An Irreverent History of the Bill of Rights, March, pg. 78

Conflict of interest between employer and employee, January, pg. 57

Disabled client with funds in attorney’s account, November, pg. 362

Issue in the Sale of Small Business Under the Alabama Business Corporation Act, November, pg. 338

Issues in the Sale of a Small Business Under the Alabama Business Corporation Act, November, pg. 338

Loans to judges, September, pg. 305

Pass the Torch, November, pg. 356

Presidents Page, September, pg. 248

Punitive Damages and Post-Verdict Procedures: Where Are We Now and Where Do We Go From Here?, March, pg. 90

Punitive Damages and Pre-Verdict Procedures: Where Are We Now and Where Do We Go From Here?, March, pg. 90

Reciprocal discipline for attorney, September, pg. 306

Retirement Plans and Divorce: Some Considerations in Planning Settlements, May, pg. 150

RICO in the 11th Circuit after H.J., Inc. , September, pg. 272

RICO in the 11th Circuit after H.J., Inc., September, pg. 272

Rule 32, Alabama Rules of Judicial Administration – Child Support Guidelines, January, pg. 34

Stand Up – A Lawyer’s Passin (Speech), September, pg. 268

The Hawk Outside the Judicial Building: Recent Environmental Cases in Alabama, July, pg. 220

The Improper Civil RICO Claim: If Such a Thing Exists, Can It Be Battled with Sanctions?, September, pg. 290

The New ‘Prudent Person’ Rule in Alabama, November, pg. 348

The Relationship Between Divorce and Bankruptcy, May, pg. 142

The Second Injury Trust Fund and Alabama’s Worker’s Compensation Act, March, pg. 110

The Tort of Bad Faith and Avoiding the $250,000 Cap on Punitive Damages, March, pg. 114

Unnecessary Delay in Our Courts Reduces Respect for the Rule of Law, March, pg. 74

Willful filing of a law suit in improper value, July, pg. 216

1989
Browse 1989 issues

 

A Survey of Alabama Law Pertaining to Closing Arguments, January, pg. 9

Alabama Deceptive Trade Practices Act, March, pg. 78

An Introduction to Federal Administrative Law Part I: Exercise of Administrative Power and Judicial Review, November, pg. 322

An Introduction to Federal Administrative Law Part I: The Exercise of Administrative Power and Judicial Review, November, pg. 322

Attorney disqualification: application of the Substantial Relationship Test, September, pg. 261

Attorney trust account distributions, January, pg. 49

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Colbert, July, pg. 174

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Franklin, May, pg. 138

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Lawrence, March, pg. 90

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Marion, September, pg. 246

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Morgan, January, pg. 40

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Winston, November, pg. 320

Civil disobedience, March, pg. 96

Conflict of interest between employer and employee, May, pg. 150

Dram Shop Liability, November, pg. 328

Drug Testing in Employment: A Legislative Proposal for Alabama, March, pg. 70

Financing of client advances, November, pg. 344

Immigration Law: What You Do Not Know Can Hurt You – and Your Client, September, pg. 234

Interference with Business Relations: the Unified Tort Since Gross v. Lowder Reality, May, pg. 129

Litigation after Bankruptcy or Relief is Only a Court (or Two Away), September, pg. 248

Method for Calculating Present Value of Future Payments in Worker’s Compensation Cases, July, pg. 182

Method of Calculating Present Value of Future Payments in Worker’s Compensation Cases, July, pg. 182

Modest Proposals for Preventing the Problems of Law Office Management from Being a Burden to Lawyers or Their Firms (A Satire Likened to J. Swift), -May, pg. 126

Modest Proposals for Preventing the Problems of Law Office Management from Being a Burden to Lawyers or Their Firms (A Satire Likened to J. Swift), May, pg. 126

Underinsured Motorist Coverage: an Update, November, pg. 302

Underinsured Motorist Coverage: an Update, November, pg. 306

White Collar Crime and Role of Defense Counsel, September, pg. 226

White Collar Crime and the Role of Defense Counsel, September, pg. 226

1988
Browse 1988 issues

 

Advertising general, July, pg. 194

Alabama Administrative Procedure Act: The Venue issue Resolved, September, pg. 275

Alabama’s Interstate Banking Legislation, March, pg. 80

Beware of Colombians Bearing Gifts: What Attorneys Should Know about Currency Transaction Reporting Requirements, November, pg. 350

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Clay, July, pg. 226

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Lauderdale, May, pg. 138

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Limestone, March, pg. 104

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Marshall, November, pg. 328

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – DeKalb, September, pg. 280

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Madison, January, pg. 28

Communications with employees of the opposing parties, November, pg. 375

Correcting the Record on Appeal: A Primer, July, pg. 212

Employment Torts, May, pg. 148

Environmental Liability for Vendees and Lenders, September, pg. 264

Handling Client Funds in the I.O.L.T.A. Era, January, pg. 7

I’m the Lawyer, You’re the Expert, November, pg. 338

Involuntary Bankruptcy: Unknown and Little-Used Remedy, January, pg. 10

Justice Hugo Black and the First Amendment: An Alabama Connection, July, pg. 220

Mechanic’s and Materialman’s Lien Law, July, pg. 202

Revocable Trusts – An Overview, November, pg. 332

Right of possession of former client files, July, pg. 228

Service by Publication under Rule 4.3, January, pg. 18

Service on represented defendant, May, pg. 166

Should Alabama Adopt the Federal Rules of Evidence?, March, pg. 72

Status of the Causation Requirement in Medical Malpractice, May, pg. 158

Termination of Parental Rights, May, pg. 142

Termination of Parental Rights, May, pg. 149

The Closet Client, November, pg. 344

The Lawyer as a Lobbyist, January, pg. 14

The Revenue Act of 1987 – Selected Provisions, March, pg. 94

Trucking Regulation and Exemptions from Regulation in Alabama, September, pg. 290

Underinsured Motorist Coverage: Where Did It Come From? Where is It Going?, September, pg. 284

Who is the client, March, pg. 106

1987
Browse 1987 issues

 

A Bit of Relief (Editorial), May, pg. 128

A Survey of Alabama Lawyers: 1986, May, pg. 160

Advertising disclaimer, November, pg. 357

Advertising disclaimer, September, pg. 311

Alabama Administrative Procedure Act: The Venue Issue Resolved, September, pg. 275

Alabama Civil Practice Forms reviewed by, November, pg. 356

Antenuptial Agreements, May, pg. 140

Arbitration of Commercial Disputes: An Emerging Alternative in Alabama, January, pg. 20

Attorney Discipline and the Role of the Local Grievance Committee, May, pg. 155

Attorney Liability Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, May, pg. 134

Building Alabama’s Courthouses – Jackson, November, pg. 338

Consumer Law: Sales Practices and Credit Regulation reviewed by, March, pg. 98

Damages Recoverable for Wrongful Death in Alabama Under the Federal Tort Claims Act, January, pg. 16

Due Process Rights of Students in Public School or College Disciplinary Proceedings, May, pg. 144

Economic Experts for Reduction to Present Value of Future Lost Earning Awards, March, pg. 84

Farm Bankruptcy: The New Chapter 12, January, pg. 10

Introduction to Lender Liability, July, pg. 214

Lawyers as Executors and Trustees: Snakes and Ladders, March, pg. 94

Of Interest – IRS Reporting of Real Estate Transactions, September, pg. 303

Open Letter to Jimmy Clark (Editorial), November, pg. 323

Opening of Court Ceremony – Memorial Address, January, pg. 26

Profit Recovery for the New or Unestablished Business, March, pg. 78

Review of TRA ’86 Changes in Corporate and Personal Taxes, November, pg. 332

Secretarial Subservience, Birmingham Style (Editorial), January, pg. 7

The Comprehensive General Liability Policy in Alabama – Coverage Provisions, November, pg. 326

The Due Process Rights of Students in Public School or College Disciplinary Hearings, May, pg. 144

The Impact of the Tax Reform Act of 1986 on Small Businesses, July, pg. 206

Use of deceased attorney’s name, January, pg. 28

Use of deceased attorney’s name, May, pg. 182

1986
Browse 1986 issues

 

A General Practitioner’s Introduction to Trademark Law: A Primer on Intellectual Property, Part III, January, pg. 46

A Thousand Days, A Billion Bytes: Computer-assisted Legal Research Revisited, November, pg. 312

Actions against former clients, January, pg. 24

Advertising general, September, pg. 267

Age Discrimination and Reductions-in-Force, March, pg. 86

Alabama Self-Help Repossession, January, pg. 8

Alabama Wrongful Death Damages No Longer Taxable, September, pg. 272

An Urgent Plea for Help from the Alabama State Bar (Volunteer Lawyer Program), January, pg. 15

Attorney as administrator of estate, November, pg. 330

Attorney as witness, May, pg. 164

Automatic Stay Litigation: A Primer, November, pg. 319

Avoiding Malpractice and Client Complaints, September, pg. 269

Book Reviews / Alabama Self-Help Repossession, January, pg. 8

Business card identifications, July, pg. 224

Civil RICO – The Scope of Coverage after Sedima, September, pg. 260

Comfort Orders, Legal Title and the Constitution – Should Sales by the Trustee be Judicial Sales?, July, pg. 208

Communications with opposing parties in corporate context, March, pg. 111

Coping With Vocational Expert Testimony, May, pg. 150

Estate Planning for the Moderately Wealthy, March, pg. 74

Eviction or Ejectment: How Does the Mortgagee Take Possession of Mortgaged Property After Default, July, pg. 188

Handling Automobile Warranty and Repossession Cases reviewed by, March, pg. 72

Offering and Objecting to Evidence in Alabama, November, pg. 305

Office Automatic Consulting Program, May, pg. 146

Professional Etiquette, Mobile Style (Editorial), November, pg. 301

Recent Decisions, May, pg. 157

Scope and Application of the Attorney-Client Privilege – An Overview, March, pg. 100

Social Security Disability Act, March, pg. 95

The State Action Immunity Doctrine: A Reassessment, May, pg. 136

The Work Product Doctrine, May, pg. 142

What a Civil Practitioner Needs To Know About the Defense of White Collar Crime, September, pg. 250

Which Two Alabama Attorneys Market Trivia? Mark Craig and Larry Sparks, January, pg. 44

1985
Browse 1985 issues

 

A Look at Alabama State Bar Headquarters, May, pg. 146

A General Practitioner’s Introduction to Copyright Law: A Primer on Intellectual Property, Part II, November, pg. 326

A General Practitioner’s Introduction to Patent and Trade Secret Law: A Primer on Intellectual Property, July, pg. 188

A Judicial Perspective: Reimbursement of Appointed Counsel and Effective Assistance of Counsel, July, pg. 202

A Look at Alabama State Bar Headquarters, May, pg. 146

A.R.C.P. 15(c): Relation Back of Amendments Adding, Changing or Substituting Parties or Names of Parties, March, pg. 84

Administrative Office Report, November, pg. 297

Advising Your Corporate Client on Avoiding Charges of Sexual Harassment, July, pg. 176

Alabama Living Will Statute (Natural Death Act of 1981), November, pg. 316

Alabama State Bar Committee on Legal Needs of the Elderly, November, pg. 300

All You Wanted to Know About I.O.L.T.A. But Were Afraid to Ask, September, pg. 267

Attorney representing a public entity which comes within scope of Sunshine Law conferring with client in closed session, May, pg. 152

Child Abuse and the Juvenile Courts, January, pg. 35

Duty of lawyer to report unprivileged knowledge of conduct of opposing counsel which violates disciplinary rules, November, pg. 338

Huntsville – Heritage and High Tech, May, pg. 120

I.O.L.T.A. – ‘Now’ Provides New Interest, September, pg. 265

Income Taxation of Wrongful Death Proceeds in Alabama, May, pg. 127

Legal directory indicating a lawyer’s specialty in a field of law, July, pg. 216

Pitfalls of Preparing Deeds Conveying Oil and Gas Interests, September, pg. 237

Prevention: A New Legislative Approach (Child Abuse), January, pg. 33

Protection Against Intentional Breach of Contract, Remedies in Tort, September, pg. 271

Recent Developments Concerning Eligibility for Social Security Disability, November, pg. 312

Recognition of Pro Tanto Judgements, July, pg. 197

Recognition of Pro Tanto Judgments, July, pg. 197

Recording conversations without consent, September, pg. 274

Reminiscences of Men and Things in Alabama reviewed by, May, pg. 114

Review of Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Law in Alabama, May, pg. 142

Reviewed the Book Reminiscences of Men and Things in Alabama, May, pg. 114

Sexual Abuse – A Conspiracy of Silence, January, pg. 30

Social Security Disabilities Insurance, March, pg. 62

Social Security Disability Insurance, March, pg. 62

Solving Common Problems in Long – Term Care and Medicaid Financial Eligibility, November, pg. 302

Solving Common Problems in Long-term Care and Medicaid Financial Eligibility, November, pg. 302

The DA as a Mobilizer (Child Abuse),, January, pg. 37

The DA as a Mobilizer (Child Abuse), January, pg. 37

The Lawyer ‘Explosion:’ Employment, Satisfaction, Salaries and Related Data, July, pg. 185

The Trial (Fiction), January, pg. 14

The Trial, January, pg. 14

The Young Judge (Fiction), September, pg. 260

The Young Judge, September, pg. 260

Whether attorneys for plaintiff and defendant both called as witnesses must withdraw, January, pg. 50

Whether it is unethical for attorney to mail out letters to debtors without first determining the demand is for a valid claim, March, pg. 98

Withholding Orders for Child Support: A Substantial Improvement, March, pg. 72

1984
Browse 1984 issues

 

Alabama Divorce Systems Manual reviewed by, July, pg. 189

Alabama Divorce, Alimony and Child Custody reviewed by, July, pg. 189

Am I My Brother’s Keeper? (How to Spot an Alcoholic), March, pg. 106

Anna S. Fitts – Registrar, Counselor, and Friend, November, pg. 351

Annabelle’s Dilemma – A Christmas Story, November, pg. 336

Annabelle’s Dilemma – A Christmas Story (Fiction), November, pg. 336

Appellate Court Workload More Than Triples in Twelve Years – Trial Judges Reduce Pending Caseloads, January, pg. 17

Attorney as witness sitting at counsel table, January, pg. 51

Attorney withdrawing or increasing contingent fee when recoverable damages are less than initially thought, March, pg. 114

Bar Endorses New Professional Liability Insurance Program, March, pg. 73

Bob Cunningham, Jr. – From Mobile to Maui . . . Swimming, Biking, Running Jen, September, pg. 283

Can ‘State of the Art’ Evidence Be Used as a Defense Under Alabama Extended Manufacturer’s Liability Doctrine?, July, pg. 202

Commentary: Co-Employee Immunity Among Alabama Longshoremen and Harborworkers, March, pg. 76

Complying With Rule 39(k), A.R.A.P. (How to Succeed on ‘CERT’), September, pg. 270

Disbursal of funds deposited in trust account prior to drawee payment, July, pg. 235

Disbursal of trust funds deposited in attorney’s personal account, July, pg. 235

Facing My Most Difficult Trial (Alcohol use by attorneys), March, pg. 101

Fee Declarations in Indigent Criminal Cases, November, pg. 331

Lawyers ‘Rehabilitating’ Statewide (Renovation of Old Buildings for Law Offices), May, pg. 168

Legal Assistants Increase Productivity, November, pg. 334

Legal services rendered to insureds by insurer’s house counsel, January, pg. 52

Protection Against Intentional Breach of Contract, Remedies in Tort, November, pg. 320

Proving Attorneys’ Fees in Alabama, May, pg. 127

Recommendation of mortgagee’s title insurance, March, pg. 113

Recording conversations without consent, May, pg. 172

Reflections from the Reflective Roundtable, January, pg. 13

Reflections of the Reflective Roundtable, January, pg. 12

Reflections of the Reflective Roundtable, January, pg. 13

Reflections of the Reflective Roundtable, January, pg. 14

Rejection of Collective Bargaining Agreements: An Analysis of In re Bildisco, May, pg. 154

Renovations Running Rampant (Renovation of Old Buildings for Law Offices in Alabama), July, pg. 230

Representing one client but later joining a firm that represents adverse party, September, pg. 306

Sales Warrant in Alabama – The Notice Requirement, January, pg. 7

Sales Warranties in Alabama – The Notice Requirement, January, pg. 7

Section 1983 Actions: A Practical Overview for the General Practitioner, January, pg. 34

Section 1983 Actions: A Practical Overview of the General Practitioner, January, pg. 34

Tax and Financing Benefits in the Renovation of Historic Buildings, May, pg. 165

The Alabama Securities Act Meets the Average Practitioner, September, pg. 295

The Decision (Fiction), May, pg. 135

The Decision, May, pg. 135

The Lighter Side of Law: Oh, Canada, November, pg. 328

The Pros and Cons of Rehabilitation – Some Guidelines from Personal Experience (Renovation of Old Buildings for Law Offices), July, pg. 227

The Settlement Concept of the Eighties and Beyond, July, pg. 190

The Tax Reform Act of 1984 – Significant Changes Made by New Tax Law, November, pg. 357

The Title Question: Do Bankruptcy Courts Have Jurisdiction Over Mortgaged Alabama Real Property?, September, pg. 248

We Have Met the Enemy and He is Us (Alcohol and Drug Use Among Attorneys), March, pg. 102

Where one party in a domestic relations case is not represented by counsel and the attorney complies with Disciplinary Rule 5-105(c)(1), November, pg. 363

Why Alabama Needs a Client Security Fund, March, pg. 67

1983
Browse 1983 issues

 

A Lawyer’s Basic Guide to Secured Transactions reviewed by, November, pg. 302

Acting as your own lawyer, January, pg. 57

Alabama Law of Damages reviewed by, March, pg. 87

Alabama Supreme Court Practice – Avoidable Errors and Oversights, November, pg. 320

Alabama Workmen’s Compensation Law – A Primer, September, pg. 270

Alabama’s Workman’s Compensation Law – A Primer, September, pg. 270

An Election Where Push Came to Shove, January, pg. 53

Appellate Practice Pointers for Alabama Lawyers in Civil Cases, January, pg. 6

Attorney as witness for will, March, pg. 110

Attorney as witness, July, pg. 219

Bankruptcy Practice Under the ‘Rule’, March, pg. 84

Bankruptcy Practice Under the ‘Rule’, March, pg. 84

Basic Client Relations – A Primer for Avoiding the Unintentional Grievance, May, pg. 156

Bill Hairston Talks About Bar Issues, September, pg. 279

Client confidences – suicide threats, May, pg. 169

Collecting a fee from an indigent defendant, September, pg. 285

Computer Assisted Legal Research: Two Methods, September, pg. 256

Contingent fees in domestic relations cases, July, pg. 218

Covenants Not to Compete in Alabama, November, pg. 306

Differences in Federal and State of Alabama Income Tax Laws, November, pg. 322

Dual representation of plaintiffs, March, pg. 111

Education of the Handicapped – The Lawyer’s Role, May, pg. 128

Fairweather, Winters and Sommers, January, pg. 54

Fairweather, Winters and Sommers, March, pg. 106

How Much Insurance is Enough?, March, pg. 88

How to Deal With the Press – Ten Surefire Ways to Alienate Reporters, May, pg. 167

How to Deal With the Press – Ten Surefire Ways to Alienate Reporters, May, pg. 167

How to Write a Fee Letter and Other Ways to Make Ends Meet, March, pg. 100

Interest bearing trust fund accounts, January, pg. 56

It Happened at the Bar, January, pg. 53

Joint Tenancy and Tenancy in Common of Real Property – The Gulf Separating Them, March, pg. 72

Joint Tenancy and Tenancy in Common of Real Property – The Gulf Separating Them, March, pg. 72

Liability costs of litigation, May, pg. 168

Misrepresentation by client, September, pg. 284

Personal Computers and Software for Your Law Office, January, pg. 40

Preventing Pitfalls in Litigation Practice, January, pg. 38

Revised Probate Code, January, pg. 46

Sophistication and the Private Offering of Securities in Alabama – A Lack of Federal and State Law Coordination, September, pg. 240

Special assistant attorney general, November, pg. 346

The Continuing Risk from Faulty Docket Control, July, pg. 223

The Criminal Justice System – A New Policy (Recommendations for the Insanity Defense, Exclusionary Rule, and Habeas Corpus), May, pg. 140

The First Thing We’ll Do, Let’s Kill All the Lawyer’s, September, pg. 276

The First Thing We’ll Do, Let’s Kill All the Lawyers, September, pg. 276

Time Share Ownership of Condominiums, July, pg. 183