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Articles from Trial (October 1, 2003)

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'Color bias' cases gain momentum. Tischler, Eric 658
A trial lawyer's legacy. Casey, David S., Jr. President's Page 879
After 9/11, an assault on civil liberties: the worst terrorist attack on American soil jolted a populace complacent about national security. It also sparked an unprecedented backlash against Arab-Americans and restrictions on long-cherished rights. Now critics ask: has the government gone too far? 3177
ATLA members' code of conduct. 480
California adopts clearer civil jury instructions. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 442
Companies jointly liable in asbestos settlement, appeals court rules. Moen, Christian Harlan 722
Court confirms importance of mitigation in sentencing. Bradley, Craig M. 1875
Employment Evidence. Herring, Victoria L. Book Review 909
Hearsay. 270
Justice for abused foster children: suing state agencies as third parties under the Civil Rights Act can provide relief for children placed in harmful circumstances. Kubitschek, Carolyn A. 4217
Lawsuit financing is illegal, Ohio high court says. Moen, Christian Harlan 905
Litigation behind bars: for prisoners suffering from hepatitis C and other effects of incarceration, the trial lawyer is often their only hope. Fathi, David C. 3810
New data show Paxil may increase suicide risk in children. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 570
New Jersey is sued for letting unfit, elderly man drive. Porter, Rebecca 1058
Preserving elders' housing rights: elderly people who have suffered discrimination are increasingly turning to federal law to secure greater housing opportunities and protect their rights. Silverstein, Susan Ann 5042
Restoring tax fairness for plaintiffs. Loiacono, Kristin 772
Signal is fuzzy in telecommuter's unemployment case. Tischler, Eric 576
The Myth of the Imperial Judiciary. Wall, Jonathan Book Review 1124
When will schools take bullying seriously? Children who suffer severe, long-lasting injuries at the hands of school bullies have little or no hope of recovery for the harm done. A new theory could remove the shield of immunity. Weddle, Daniel B. 4271

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