- “The Practice of Systematically “Conflicting Out” Potential Opposing Attorneys has Negative Ethical and Legal Implications and Should be Deterred”
Family Law News, Official Publication of the State Bar of California Family Law Section, Issue 3, Vol. 41, No. 3. Discussing the ethical and legal implications of “conflicting out” potential opposing counsel and the formation of an attorney/client relationship.
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- “Integration of the Family Code, Evidence Code, and Code of Civil Procedure for Effective Discovery Pursuant to the Fiduciary Duties”
Family Law News, Official Publication of the State Bar of California Family Law Section, Vol. 37, No. 2.
Discussing the integrated use of the Civil Discovery Act and Evidence Code in order to effectively use the Family Code fiduciary duties to create admissible evidence.
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- “Ethical Considerations in Appointing our Colleagues as Private Judges”
Family Law News, Official Publication of the State Bar of California Family Law Section, Vol. 31, No. 4.
Discussing the ethical obligations of appointing colleagues as private judges in family law proceedings.
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- “Sure and Swift Relief: The TRO“
Family Advocate, Official Publication of the American Bar Association, Family Law Section, Vol. 20, No. 3.
Discussing the process of obtaining appropriate restraining orders in family law proceedings, including personal and property restraints, from initial assessment of client needs to submission to court.
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- “Stock Options: The Sequel“
Family Law News, Official Publication of the State Bar of California Family Law Section, Vol. 20, No. 2.
Discussing the tax consequences of stock options and proposing model language for the division of options in a Marital Settlement Agreement.
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- “Analysis of Time Rule and Characterization of Stock Options“
Family Law News, Official Publication of the State Bar of California Family Law Section. Vol. 18, No. 4.
Discussing the legal history of time-deferred benefits and the characterization and allocation of stock options.
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