The Philadelphia Lawyer Spring 2014

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Cover and Table of Contents
From the Editor
by May Mon Post
Briefs & In Memoriam
The Rules of Professional Conduct Tackle Technical Issues
by David I. Grunfeld
Judge Has Game
Judge Berle Schiller's chambers are decorated with mounted heads of the game he has hunted
by Peter Vaira
Atlantic City Survives
A legal aid lawyer finds the resort town is too tough to die
by Michael J. Carroll
10 Questions for Nancy J. Winkler
The president of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association speaks out on proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
by Bart D. Cohen
How Secure is Your Email?
Lawyers can no longer merely stick their heads in the sand and feign ignorance when it comes to technology
by Daniel J. Siegel
Annals of Justice – The Leopard's Spots
A couple in need of legal representation can't thank their attorney enough
by Steve LaCheen
The Arisaka – From Toyo Kogyo to Philadelphia
A World War II souvenir leads to a life of inquiry about history, war, law and politics
by M. Kelly Tillery
Hypothetically Speaking
Can unsubstantiated facts be introduced into evidence under the guise of presenting a hypothetical question?
by Edward W. Silver
An Appellate Lawyer's Perspective
You can become a more effective lawyer by becoming a more ethical lawyer
by Joshu L. Harris
Book Review
Keeping it Civil: The Case of the Pre-Nup and the Porsche & Other True Accounts from the Files of a Family Lawyer
by Mary-Kate Breslin
That Was Then - 1984
Philadelphia Bar Association Moves to One Reading Center