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Articles from Trial (June 1, 2003)

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Attorneys press discovery effort in litigation over cholesterol drug. Porter, Rebecca 2006
Avoid unnecessary witnesses. Habush, Robert L. 203
Bring structures into negotiations. Malone, Thomas William 1002
Connect to conferences quickly and securely. Product/Service Evaluation 168
Connecticut abandons 'plain-meaning' rule for statutory interpretation. Hellwege, Jean 789
DaimlerChrysler buckles targeted by consumer groups, lawsuits. Tischler, Eric 504
Determining Damages: the Psychology of Jury Awards. Kressel, Neil J. Book Review 823
Discover the key to HMO bad-faith cases: effective discovery will unlock the potential of your client's bad-faith claim against a managed-care health insurer. Echeverria, Ricardo 1366
Double standards on Capitol Hill. Alexander, Mary President's Page 800
Educate support staff. Product/Service Evaluation 108
Expand options for case and office management. Product/Service Evaluation 101
Focus on settlement: using focus groups before mediation can help resolve a case without trial. Twiggs, Howard F. 2164
Getting to 'yes' with the video settlement documentary: most personal injury cases settle before trial, but the amount and timing of an offer are never certain. A well-prepared video settlement documentary can eliminate some of the guesswork. Turley, Windle 2466
Gun bill has opponents up in arms. Loiacono, Kristin 915
High Court ruling on ERISA is another blow to HMOs. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 708
Independent safety experts are heroes, not 'junk scientists'. Ollanik, Stuart A. 1430
Integrate TABS III and PracticeMaster with QuickBooks. 81
Judge, upset by doctor's testimony, allows punitives in medical malpractice case. Brownstein, Andrew 726
Juror's poor English warrants new criminal trial. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 547
Know how to question a nervous defense witness. Simon, Ellen S. 149
Let the sun shine in: 'sunshine' laws do not 'chill' settlements, say advocates of open courts. Rooks, James E., Jr. 4696
Make parting less painful: mediating a family dispute without adding to parents' and children's distress takes sensitivity and tact. Here are nine common obstacles and tips to help smooth the way. Gold, Arnold H. 2356
Make the most of a video deposition. McGrath, Thomas S. 186
Making up for lost time: your client could have recovered from an illness, if only his or her physician had made a correct diagnosis and provided appropriate treatment. Use the loss-of-chance doctrine to hold negligent doctors accountable. Leventhal, Jim 1603
New Hampshire stalking case raises standard for privacy rights. Tischler, Eric 455
New Jersey decision bolsters arguments for gun maker liability. Tischler, Eric 735
One Man's Justice: A Life in the Law. Scarlett, Thomas Book Review 697
Personal defense counsel boosts settlement prospects. Roselli, Richard J. 136
Prepare for trial, but win at settlement; if you're ready to go to court, you may not have to. These strategies for working with your client and the opponent in pretrial negotiations will help you succeed at the bargaining table. Leighton, John Elliott 2248
Prepare to mediate. Kenner, Nancy 621
Professional Judgment on Appeal. Prendergast, Jean M. Book Review 447
Put rules and statutes in your pocket. Product/Service Evaluation 123
Quotes. 224
Refusal to fire 'unattractive' employee is protected activity, California court rules. Moen, Christian Harlan 822
Set your course: trial or settlement? Aronfeld, Spencer 821
Show the defendant its risk. Kosieradzki, Mark R. 546
State is liable for abuse of foster children, says Louisiana high court. Moen, Christian Harlan 718
Supreme Court preserves plaintiffs' access to state courts. Brownstein, Andrew 570
Upgrade case- and financial-management software. Product/Service Evaluation 93
When is political protest a RICO violation? Bradley, Craig M. 2437

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