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Articles from Trial (September 1, 2004)

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10 ways to beat e-discovery abuse: when the defense tries to block your discovery of electronic data, these tactics can help you gain access to the information you need. Ryan, Michael J. 3646
Access verdict and settlement information. 181
ATLA officers for 2004-2005. 1200
Breach-of-warranty claim illuminates lighter risks. Jarlow, Valerie 815
Changing times for the learned intermediary defense. Vickery, Andy 2137
Class actions charge nonprofit hospitals with unfair billing, collection. Hellwege, Jean 947
Conservatives v. tort 'reform'. Wilder, William R. Letter to the Editor 105
Coping with Cross-Examination and Other Pathways to Effective Testimony. Kressel, Neil J. Book Review 695
Cross-examination in employment cases: if the defendant is trying to cover up vengeful retaliation or malicious discrimination, cross-examination is your best opportunity to expose the lie. Ahmad, Joseph Y. 3916
Dear Megan: a grandfather's lesson in the law. Smith, Todd A. President's Page 790
Equality in sports is still elusive goal for girl athletes. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 1556
Hearsay. 258
HIPAA headaches. Shapiro, Mitchell G. Letter to the Editor 126
I Remember Atticus: Inspiring Stories Every Trial Lawyer Should Know. Jurand, Sara Hoffman Book Review 697
Keep your case in state court: defendants know that litigating in federal court can be costly and time-consuming for plaintiffs. Knowing how to combat removal attempts will ensure timely justice for your client. Walker, Erik B. 4886
Mediation evidence is confidential, says California high court. Jablow, Valerie 769
More burden on Ohio plaintiffs in asbestos suits. 195
New section chairs. 260
New York requires self-extinguishing cigarettes. Porter, Rebecca 885
Ninth Circuit grants survivor benefits to test-tube twins. Sileo, Carmel 632
No longer the silent minority. 189
Outnumbered, but not outdone: size may be mistaken for strength, but a small firm that rallies all hands to help its clients can prevail. Here, three trial attorneys tell how they overcome their seeming disadvantage to outshine larger defense law firms. Pennington, C. Refus 3995
Protect clients' private health records: in employment cases, knowing how and when to release medical records keeps irrelevant information out of court and protects your client's privacy. Schroeder, Andrew 3942
Sixth Circuit gets on track for plaintiff in railroad case. Sileo, Carmel 671
The single-payer solution. Moffat, Stephen Letter to the Editor 313
Three decisions, one big victory for civil rights. Chemerinsky, Erwin 2074
Trial lawyer image shines with jury pool. 160
Undiagnosed illness not a preexisting condition. Moen, Christian Harlan 722

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