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In My Opinion: In Praise of the Fat Lady
by Morris (Mo) Brooke

Feature: Standards Development:
Are You at Risk?

by Amy A. Marasco

Plain Talk for a New Generation
Comments from ASTM President Jim Thomas

HowTo: How to Run an Effective Meeting
Part III: After the Meeting

by Mindy Long

State of the Art

Tech News
Woven Wire Cloth
Geosynthetic Clay Liners
Personal Health Web Sites
Chromium Oxide Content of Leather by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy
Nickel Alloy Steel Bolting
Computer-Based Patient Records in Emergency Medical Care
Roofing Materials
New Building Foam Sealant Subcommittee
Copper Conductor Wire
Healthcare Informatics Clinical Laboratory Subcommittees Merge
Recycled Fuel Oil

People: Patty Sullivan
Global Notebook
Calendar
Approved Standards Actions

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IN THIS ISSUE

Standards developing organizations face a unique set of
challenges
arising from the legal implications
of the work they do.
ASTM General
Counsel Mo Brooke
and ANSI Vice
President and
General Counsel
Amy Marasco outline some of these
challenges and responses to them.