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91 A.B.A. J. 1 (2005)

handle is hein.journals/abaj91 and id is 1 raw text is: THE  LAWYER'S  MAGAZINE  JANUARY  2005  VOLUME  91

THE NATIONAL PULSE

Suits claim tax-exempt hospitals must give free or
affordable care to poor. ALSO: High court pesticide,
stocks cases test whether regs bar suits; Some see
geolocation technology as way to settle Internet
suits; Japan is set to relax the rules on foreign
partnerships.

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Richard Scruggs says hospitals need
to give charity, not higher prices.

IDEAS FROM THE FRONT

Twists in Sarbanes-Oxley may
make more small companies exit
market. ALSO: Spam mass mar-
keting can
leave bad
taste.        2

_ - McELHANEY ON
r       LITIGATION
The language you choose
to argue your case can
make it a winner.

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ETHICS       ...................................................               28

Nathaniel Doliner and Richard
Denmon: Is privatization ahead?
SOLO
NETWORK
From virtual secretaries to
online news groups, high
tech can help.

a
ABA JOURNAL January 2005

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CORNER OFFICE
Mandatory retirement cuts
careers short, but some say it
is for the best.
31

ASSOCIATES IN
THE TRENCHES
Stint with DA's office offers
chance to gain trial experience.
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