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Articles from Trial (June 1, 2004)

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Avoid open confrontation during jury trials. Olsman, Jules B. 109
Beating the house: patrons' claims against casinos may seem like standard cases, but they're not. Learn what you need to know to win. Nabors, Jason 3651
Consumers, states challenge federal ban on drug imports. Jablow, Valerie 2027
Family, friends, and ATLA. President's Page 782
Free your client from the liability release: purveyors of recreational activities say standard liability waivers shield them from negligence claims when customers are injured but courts don't always agree. Stritmatter, Paul L. 3554
Hearsay. 218
In emotional distress case, judge shows horse sense. Sileo, Carmel 748
Internal Bleeding: The Truth Behind America's Terrifying Epidemic of Medical Mistakes. Buckingham, B. Kent Book Review 432
Is the all-American amusement park safe? Thousands of visitors are injured every year at amusement parks, but the industry remains largely unregulated. Injured people lawsuits ask, How much fun is too much? Vujasinovic, Vuk Stevan 2959
Judge may not demand that pleading exceed federal rule's standard. Hoffman Jurand, Sara 468
Jury finds parents liable for covering up son's AIDS. Moen, Christian Harlan 509
Lack of forfeiture clause ensures benefits for alleged harasser. Moen, Christian Harlan 692
Law and Justice as Seen on TV. Sileo, Carmel Book Review 1107
Lessons from the bench: judges make decisions every day that affect the lives of those who appear before them. Plaintiffs may take away a jury award; their lawyers frequently reap less tangible benefits. Here, four trial attorneys recount what judges have taught them. 3136
Popcorn flavoring damaged worker's lungs, jury finds. Porter, Rebecca 704
Proposed rule on citing 'unpublished' opinions takes first step. Hoffman Jurand, Sara 872
Send your mediator a private letter. Kornblum, Guy O. 200
Sharpen your closing argument. Henretta, Tom 126
Show that the defense expert doesn't know the facts. Leesfield, Ira 176
Tap the DMV in crash investigations. Baker, Gerald H. 166
The limits of the good-faith exception. Bradley, Craig M. 1124
When exercise turns deadly: fitness clubs should not rely on CPR to revive patrons who suffer sudden cardiac arrest. Automated external defibrillators save lives, and they are easy to use - but many gyms don't have them. Pomerantz, Howard I. 3510
Who is to blame when bullying ends in death? Sileo, Carmel 778
Women can recover for emotional distress in miscarriage cases. Hellwege, Jean 915
Won't get fooled again: overcrowding at concerts causes injury and death - despite industry denials. Don't be fooled: crowd crush cases turn on straightforward questions of foreseeability and duty of care. Adelman, Steven A. 3356

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