Time and Newsweek’s simultaneous covers on George W. Bush Jr. scream corporate espionage. But nobody can suspect New York magazine of spying on The American Lawyer.

In June, jostling for space on the newsstand with George Dubyuh were two images that purported to reflect the psyche of today’s partner. The American Lawyer ran a sketch of a smiling, glittering Art Deco statuette. New York magazine ran a staged photo of besuited gents in a Jerry Springer-type melee beside the caption, “Law is Hell.”

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