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Articles from Trial (May 1, 2005)

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A civil rights victory for prisoners. Chemerinsky, Erwin 1397
A new ATLA, changing the debate. Smith, Todd A. 773
AMA 'crisis' warning debunked in two states. 393
ATLA teleseminars: you make the call for CLE credit. 357
Break the ice early in group voir dire. Frederick, Jeffrey T. 289
Couple can sue insurer for failing to disclose HIV status. Jablow, Valerie 632
CSX and New York settle, with mixed results for rail safety. Jablow, Valerie 776
Disabled passengers cruise for ADA rights on foreign ships. Porter, Rebecca 783
Electric shock from Tasers can injure and kill, lawsuits claim. Burtka, Allison Torres 2122
Federal judge sees state-created danger in school violence. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 827
Get new information on medical negligence. 262
Hearsay. 245
Hidden burn hazards at home: litigating claims for children burned by seemingly innocuous household products poses unique challenges. Halpert, Richard 3364
Hone your case with focus groups. Ronca, James R. 240
Let your fingers do the walking--on your keyboard. 123
Maintain a master 'to-do' list. Dixon, Margaret Spencer 144
Malpractice victims respond to doctors in D.C. 87
New York eases defendants' evidence burden after conviction. Sileo, Carmel 1002
No more Dr. Nice Guy: the outcome of a medical negligence lawsuit often depends on the doctor's likability. Get jurors to see beyond it to the merits of the case. Laufenberg, Lynn R. 2963
Not a 'minor' accident: your client's injury is real. Don't let the defense turn evidence of minor property damage against you. MacAlister, James K. 2399
Older Americans at higher risk of product-related injuries. Sileo, Carmel 505
Online casino pursues long-odds lawsuit. Sileo, Carmel 794
Rental car companies swerve from liability under highway bill. 284
Rights from Wrongs: A Secular Theory of the Origins of Rights. Sack, Emily Book Review 1263
Screening the birth injury case: you can't take every case. Carefully assess a potential obstetrical negligence lawsuit by considering the facts, the data, and the likely outcomes. Bernard, Christopher D. 2760
Second Circuit says government lawyers have privilege too. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 767
Sharpen your interrogatories and requests for admissions. Rubio, Maria 164
Straight talk about punitive damages. 293
The art of demonstrative evidence: seeing may be believing, but how and when demonstrative evidence is presented can make the difference between persuasion and confusion. Perdue, Jim M., Jr. 2944
The Majority Rules. Sileo, Carmel Book Review 775
Weighing the risks of gastric bypass surgery: bariatric surgery is an increasingly popular way for the morbidly obese to lose weight, but the risk for complications and the failure of surgeons and facilities to meet standards of care can lead to injury or death. Fagel, Bruce G. 2869
Workers seek pay for the lunch not taken. Porter, Rebecca 678
Workers' and voters' rights on court dockets. 745

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