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Articles from Trial (October 1, 2005)

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2005-2006 CLE Programs. 437
A practical guide to e-mail discovery: do you know what to ask for when seeking a defendant's e-mail records? Learning which technology propels e-mail systems and where messages are stored is the first step. Ball, Craig 3478
Alternate liability theory allowed in lead paint case. Porter, Rebecca 852
ATLA awards honor outstanding civil justice efforts. 591
ATLA members tap Exchange for products documents. 149
ATLA Press books on vehicle litigation hit the streets. 183
Can this photo be trusted? Digital photos can be enhanced to help jurors - or manipulated to mislead them. Use your digital images carefully, and know when to challenge your opponent's. Imwinkelried, Edward J. 3270
Court looks again at race and peremptory challenges. Bradley, Craig M. 2390
Deflect attacks on you in bad-faith cases. Plummer, James C. 297
Don't commit cross-examination sins. Vesper, Thomas J. 166
Electronic evidence in everyday cases: don't assume that digital information is significant only in complex, tech-heavy cases. Even the most run-of-the-mill dispute can hinge on a piece of electronic evidence. Here, two lawyers explain how e-discovery factors into their employment and family law practices. Buchanan, Mark A. 2829
Ensure justice in nursing home cases: substandard care of nursing home residents makes jurors angry. Know what to focus on so jurors feel empowered to right the wrongs your client suffered. Eastman, Martha Marie 3376
EPA rule-making gives environmental justice short shrift, GAO says. Porter, Rebecca 680
Ethics in the era of electronic evidence: to represent your clients effectively and ethically, you need a good grasp of the e-discovery process - and the obligations it creates for you and opposing counsel. Wall, Christopher D. 3176
Gathering digital data: understanding the defendant's computer system and sending clear instructions for preservation can help you get the electronic evidence you need. Whaley, John Randall 3762
Hearsay. 270
Implanted defibrillators linked to patient deaths and injuries. Burtka, Allison Torres 2254
In 'repressed memory' case, Wisconsin court sets privilege aside. Sileo, Carmel 766
Make the most of e-data experts: getting the defendant's electronic data is key to your case - but it's useless if you don't understand it. Use subject-matter and computer experts to help you analyze and interpret data. Altman, Keith L. 3153
Mother's same-sex partner deemed child's 'psychological parent'. Sileo, Carmel 672
New ATLA Advantage Program helps you make a good impression. 108
New litigation groups bring total to 72. 421
New options make learning convenient. 211
Outsource paralegal work. Miller, Liz 162
Rulings on jury waiver, mandatory arbitration affirm right to jury trial. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 907
Straight talk about health care. 355
Test juror views on judicial system. Watson, Richard 187
The insurance industry's windfall. Suggs, Kenneth M. President's Page 723
Warden's consensual affairs created hostile prison workplace. Ertel, Karen 764

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