SELECTED ARTICLES

written by

 INTO BO CHAMPON, Esq., C.C.I.M.

 

(Click on the underlined words to read the article(s))

ARTICLES WRITTEN FOR LAWYERS:

1. CLASS PAPER: Landesing Foleyly 1624(g): Lender Liability in Oral Loan Commitments after Cal. Civ. Code 1624(g) (Spring 1991, University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law).

2. LAW REVIEW ARTICLE: The Next "Little Tiger" (The Transnational Lawyer, Volume 3, Number 1, Spring 1990)(University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law)

 

ARTICLES WRITTEN FOR NON-LAWYERS:

1.  The Difference Between Civil and Criminal Cases: A Costly Lesson For Recent Immigrants (Published in both English and Lao in Paxasinh Magazine in June 2002; and in Thai in Siam Media Newspaper in March 2002); (Updated and published in English and Lao in the April 2006 issue of LAONET MAGAZINE, click here to read the article in English and Lao)

2.  US $100-Million Scam (Published in English on the front page of The Asian Pacific News in its 1/30-2/5/04 issue, in Thai on the front page of Siam Media Newspaper in its February 2004 issue, in Thai in Sereechai Newspaper in its February 2004 issue, in Thai in ThaiTownUSA in its February 2004 issue, in both English and Lao in Paxasinh Magazine in March 2004); (Updated and published in English and Lao in the January 2006 issue of LAONET MAGAZINE, click here to read the article in English and Lao).

3.  When Love is No Longer "Forever":  The Unintended Effects of A Laotian Law on US Immigration (Published in English and Lao in the April 2006 issue of LAONET MAGAZINE).

4.  The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005: Frequently Asked Questions (Published in English and Lao in the January 2006 issue of LAONET MAGAZINE).

5.  Legal Problems Faced by Laotian Immigrants and An Attempt to Understand Them (Published in English and Lao in the April 2008 issue of LAONET MAGAZINE).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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