Spring 2000, Vol. 63, No. 1
- How Do You Think He Got So Rich?
Or, How Philadelphia Was the Gateway to Microsoft's Voyage on the Superhighway
by Manny D. Pokotilow
- An innocuous change in the Copyright Act and the interpretation of it in the Philadelphia case of Apple Computer v. Franklin Computer has had a significant effect on the protection of computer software and helped Bill Gates and Microsoft Corporation become the richest man and largest capitalized corporation in the world.
- Grandparent Custody Rights: Best Interest of the Child or Interference With a Parent's Prerogative?
by Margaret Klaw and Mary A. Scherf
- While it is not the special status of grandparents, but any third party's ability to override a parent's choice that is now under constitutional review in Troxel v. Granville, it should come as no surprise that grandparents are at the heart of the debate.
- Prudent Investor Rule Changes: Investment Duties of Pennsylvania Fiduciaries
by Daniel M. Miller, Mark Bookman and Carolyn D. Duronio
- The new Pennsylvania prudent investor rule codifies the modernization of Pennsylvania trust investment law and provides greater assurance of uniformity of application by Pennsylvania courts.
- The Reunion
by Steve LaCheen
- A new short story by The Philadelphia Lawyer's most prolific fiction writer. The Lawyer Litérateur has had 102 stories published in this magazine over the past 25 years.