The Philadelphia Lawyer Spring 2013

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Cover and Table of Contents

From the Editor
by Justine Gudenas

Briefs & In Memoriam

Make sure your clients know who is working on their case
by David I. Grunfeld

Family Law
Can a party be required to turn over mental health records in a custody action?
by Andrew Taylor

International Criminal Court's First Verdict
A judicial system built from scratch finds Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga Dyilo guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity
by Enid H. Adler

10 Questions for Amy L. Kurland
The City of Philadelphia’s Inspector General wants to make the city run more honestly and effectively
by Mary-Kate Breslin

Inside the Killing Fields
An attorney travels to Cambodia and witnesses the remnants of the horror of the Khmer Rouge regime
by Richard G. Freeman

Patently Lincoln
The only president to be granted a U.S. Patent was also an active patent litigator
by M. Kelly Tillery

Trial of Her Life
What she originally thought was bronchitis turned into something much more serious and the trial of an experimental drug
Evie Boss Cogan

The Rules of Professional Conduct say you must save copies of your website
by Daniel J. Siegel

Book Review
Appellate Practice Compendium
David J. Perlman

That Was Then - 1973
Bar-News Media Conference Committee