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Articles from Trial (April 1, 2006)

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A fund to protect the civil justice system. 1313
A victory for accountability. Suggs, Kenneth M. President's page 792
ATLA education: 2006 CLE programs: because your clients deserve your best. Calendar 344
EPA pesticide-testing rules don't protect the vulnerable, critics say. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 921
Explore standard of care and credentialing in breast cancer cases. Hillerich, Gary R. 304
Fifth Circuit rules floating dorm is a Jones Act vessel. Jablow, Valerie 759
Florida Supreme Court strikes down school vouchers. Burtka, Allison Torres 836
Hearsay. 302
Keep your clients in the loop. Vesper, Thomas J. 228
Lawsuits aim to curb warrantless domestic surveillance. Sileo, Carmel 1964
Make your case with a digital brief: an electronic brief can provide a clear, time-saving map of your case - a more user-friendly option than an old-fashioned paper copy. Here's how to make the most of this technology. Ausburn, Deborah 3200
Oregon Supreme Court upholds punitives against Philip Morris. 400
Packet highlights birth-injury litigation. 229
Perilous crossings: dangerous railway crossings kill hundreds of motorists each year, but federal preemption often bars recovery. Defend your clients' rights by identifying viable state law causes of action and using federal regulations to your advantage. Pottroff, Robert L. 3560
Picture-perfect settlement videos: with thoughtful questioning and careful editing, you can use videos to convey emotion and character as you seek a fair settlement for your client. Syverson, Jay 1624
Question the biomechanical expert. Koehler, Karen K. 257
Risking safety for school spirit: schools often rely on exculpatory contracts to escape liability when their cheerleaders get hurt. Knowing the limits of these releases can help you rally the court's support for your client's claim. Smith, J. Craig 3277
State asbestos bills would create obstacles for the injured. 401
Straight talk about punitive damages. 311
Tap into the power of a PowerPoint storyboard: want to produce evidence that captivates jurors, makes complicated ideas easy for them to understand, and seamlessly complements your case themes and verbal delivery? Turn on your computer and open your PowerPoint program. Lanier, W. Mark 2919
Wage woes plague Wal-Mart. Ertel, Karen 662
What mediators really want to hear; three veteran mediators tell what you should do and say to put your best foot forward in negotiations. Discussion 4379
When 'life' and liberty clash. Bradley, Craig M. 1582
Whistleblower, doctors decry medical industry kickbacks. Burtka, Allison Torres 934

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