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42 Prac. Law. 1 (1996)

handle is hein.ali/praclaw0042 and id is 1 raw text is: THE PRACTICAL
JANUARY 1996
LAWYER                                    Volume 42/Number 1
CONTENTS
Liability On-Line: Electronic Traps for the Unwary        page 15
Employers want to make sure that their electronic communications and computer sys-
tems are secure. But the wrong kinds of security measures can lead to employer liabil-
ity for unlawfully intercepting communications. How can you help your client to develop
a plan that protects its communciations systems without risking legal trouble?
Ilene Knable Gotta is a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Foley & Lardner,
heading the firm's Legislative/Administrative Practice Group. She is a member of the
editorial board of The Practical Lawyer Janell Mayo Duncan is an associate with
Foley & Lardner's Washington, D.C. office, and concentrates her practice in regula-
tory matters.
Marketing Estate Planning Services
to the Small Business Client                              page 21
Face it-most small business or closely held business clients won't seek out estate
planning advice until after a crisis has developed, and by then it may be too late.
Depending on the nature of your practice, however, you may be able to get to the client
before the crisis does.
Joe M. Goodman is a principal in the firm of Holton Howard & Goodman, PC., a firm of
eight tax attorneys in Nashville, Tennessee. He works primarily in the areas of estate
planning and family business planning and has extensive experience with family and
closely held businesses, including the issues of retirement and successorship, continu-
ity of the business in the event of death or disability, business sale alternatives, and
providing for family members not active in the business.
Tips for Lawyers Who Teach (with Forms)                   page 27
Teaching is a popular second career for many lawyers, but many more are put off by
the perception that the extra work would be too much to handle. But with the right
organizational tools and techniques you can make a smooth transition from the court-
room to the classroom.

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