Ariana Seldman Hawbecker, Checkpoints again subject to challenges, Los Angeles Daily Journal (October 2016).
Kenneth M. Miller, Nixon May Have Been Wrong, But It is Definitely Misunderstood, 51 Willamette L. Rev. 319 (Spring 2015).
Ariana Seldman Hawbecker, Release of student information raises questions, Los Angeles Daily Journal (March 2016).
Kenneth M. Miller, Rule 410 and 11 (f) Waivers Have No Place in Criminal Plea Agreements, The Newsletter of the Federal Bar Association / Orange County Chapter at p. 6 (Winter 2015).
Thomas H. Bienert, Jr., Loss of a Legal Legend, Vol. 56 No. 7 at p. 9 (July 2014).
Thomas H. Bienert, Jr., Changes in the Training of Lawyers Brings Opportunity for the OCBA to Assist, Vol. 56 No. 6 at p. 9 (June 2014).
Thomas H. Bienert, Jr., Avoiding a Deficit of Justice, Orange County Lawyer, Vol. 56 No. 5 at p. 9 (May 2014).
Thomas H. Bienert, Jr., OCBA Section Membership Can Enhance Your Practice, Orange County Lawyer, Vol. 56 No. 4 at p. 7 (April 2014).
Thomas H. Bienert, Jr., Remarkable Women in Orange County Contributed to Our Shared History, Orange County Lawyer, Vol. 56 No. 3 at p. 9 (March 2014).
Thomas H. Bienert, Jr., Giving All Year Long, Orange County Lawyer, Vol. 56 No. 2 at p. 7 (February 2014).
Thomas H. Bienert, Jr., Plans to Reinforce the OCBA’s Solid Foundation of Service, Orange County Lawyer, Vol. 56 No. 1 at p. 9 (January 2014).
Kenneth M. Miller, Keeping Internal Investigations Internal, Association of Business Trial Lawyers (ABTL) Report, Vol. XIV No. 2 at p. 3 (Spring 2012).
Katzman & Bisconti, Trustee’s Standing to Assert Creditors’ Causes of Action Against Third Parties: In re Tribune, Bankruptcy Litigation Committee, ABI Committee News, Vol. 9, No. 1 (February 2012).
Kenneth M. Miller and other panelists from across California discuss important issues in White-Collar Criminal Defense. See their “Roundtable” discussion, as published in the California Lawyer:
- White-Collar Defense Roundtable, California Lawyer, Vol. 31, No. 9 at 42 (September 2011).
- White-Collar Defense Roundtable, California Lawyer, Vol. 31, No. 1 at 41 (January 2011).
Miller & Alarcon, Investigating Corporate Employees in Civil and Criminal Litigation – A Necessary But Difficult Task, FBA/OC Newsletter (Spring 2010).
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Anthony Bisconti, The Double Bottom Line: Can Constituency Statutes Protect Socially Responsible Corporations Stuck in Revlon Land?, 42 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 765 (2009).
Katzman, Navigating Between Bankruptcy and Criminal Concerns in the Face of the Mortgage Meltdown, Orange County Lawyer, Vol. 51, No. 3 (March 2009).
Katzman & Feldstein, So Who’s An Expert Anyway?, Bankruptcy Litigation Committee, ABI Committee News, Vol. 6, No. 1 (January 2009).
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Ali Matin, Phantom Home Mortgage Deductions on Chapter 7 Means Tests: Why Bankruptcy Courts’ Treatment of Secured Debt Payments is Contrary to Legislative Intent and Against Public Policy, Business Law News, Business Law Section, State Bar of California (2009).
Ali Matin, Conjunction Junction, What’s Your Function? How a Narrow Reading of § 362(d)(4) of the Bankruptcy Code Permits Abusive Bankruptcy Filings, Business Law News, Business Law Section, State Bar of California (2008).
Ali Matin, Digital Rights Management (DRM) in Online Music Stores: DRM-Encumbered Music Downloads’ Inevitable Demise as a Result of the Negative Effects of Heavy Handed Copyright Law, 28 Loy. L.A. Ent. L. Rev. 265 (2008).
Miller, Bienert & Narholm, Individual Responses to Federal Subpoenas for Clients with Possible Criminal Exposure, FBA/OC Newsletter (Summer 2007).
Miller, Combating the Prosecutor’s Improper Utilization of Inconsistent Theories, The Champion, Vol. XXVI, No. 5 (June 2, 2002).
Miller, Washing White Collars With Dirty Money, Los Angeles Daily Journal, Forum, at 6 (December 12, 2000).
Miller, Outrageous Government Conduct that Shocks the Conscience, C.A.C.J., Vol. 25, No. 4, at 81 (1998).
Miller, Circumventing the Guidelines’ Prohibition Against Departures for Youthful Lack of Guidance, C.A.C.J., Vol. 23, No. 2, at 31 (1996).
Kenneth M. Miller, Materiality: An Element Of 18 U.S.C. § 1001 and a Question for the Jury, 23 Loy. L.A.L. Rev. 989 (1990).