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Articles from Trial (April 1, 2003)

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'Comprehensive law' makes the case for a kinder, gentler law practice. Hellwege, Jean 1958
A commonsense approach to financial fraud cases. Simon, Bruce L. 780
Another round of asbestos legislation. Loiacono, Kristin 773
Automate time-tracking. Product/Service Evaluation 109
Cities, states not required to ensure competence of rescue services, Third Circuit rules. Brownstein, Andrew 583
Command juror empathy. Wenner, David A. 198
Control chronology during depositions and trial. McCurdy, Mark D. 196
Cut claims-processing time and costs. Product/Service Evaluation 139
Death and double jeopardy. Bradley, Craig M. 1819
Diabetic patient loses leg and lawsuit against HMO. Brownstein, Andrew 530
ERISA does not preempt state medical malpractice suit, Second Circuit rules. Porter, Rebecca 723
Former partner of lesbian mother ordered to pay child support. Porter, Rebecca 433
Freed ex-convict can sue public defender's office. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 511
Hold face-to-face meetings from afar. Product/Service Evaluation 122
Holding the accountant accountable: accountants' underhanded dealings can have far-reaching effects. Although third parties don't have privity relationships with accountants, they can file claims alleging fraud, misrepresentation, and securities law violations. Smith, Colleen Duffy 3085
Lawyers, Lawsuits, and Legal Rights. Rustad, Michael L. Book Review 1302
Partners in crime: Enron and WorldCom couldn't have happened without the help of accountants, bankers, and lawyers. After a decade of lax regulation and laissez-faire court decisions, these secondary actors are facing harsher scrutiny. Sidener, Steven O. 2520
Protect investors from brokers' stock scams: when analysts issue bogus stock recommendations, attorneys can hold them liable for clients' lost savings. Nohr, Jason L. 2552
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Remedies for wronged investors: recent federal laws and court decisions have diminished the rights of investors to recover for fraud and other wrongful conduct in securities transactions. But it can be done. Nations, Howard L. 3397
Saving state law bad-faith claims from preemption: most lower courts continue to void state law remedies for ERISA plan participants. But a few federal district court judges are reevaluating the act's preemptive effect on state law insurance bad-faith claims in light of recent U.S. Supreme Court analyses. Bogan, Donald T. 4458
Scan and search more comprehensively. Product/Service Evaluation 119
The human face of the medical malpractice debate. Alexander, Mary President's Page 819
The Supreme Court in the Intimate Lives of Americans. Daar, Judith F. Book Review 883
Time your client's appearance. Bobb, Patricia C. 194
Tote files with ease. 81
Use the defendant's safety aids to your advantage. Booth, Lawrence R. 360
When HMOs put profits over patients: managed care executives often base decisions about medical services on how they affect the company's finances. You must thoroughly understand the managed care industry to right the wrongs that put patients' lives on the line. Leopold, Theodore J. 3394
Whistleblowing pays off for federal government. Tischler, Eric 229

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