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Articles from Trial (February 1, 2006)

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'ATLA Extras' blends programs to provide quality products and services. 233
'English-only' lawsuits on the rise. Sileo, Carmel 691
'Simple statement' of fitness for work is sufficient under FMLA. Jablow, Valerie 630
A fund to protect the civil justice system. 1190
ATLA members' code of conduct. 480
Becoming Justice Blackmun: Harry Blackmun's Supreme Court Journey. Peck, Robert S. Book Review 929
Boil your case down to key issues. Lees, James B., Jr. 187
Courts issue plaintiff victories on contingent fees, gun cases. 467
Critiquing the vocational analysis: a well-prepared expert uses disability statistics to round out the presentation of future lost earnings for people who have suffered a disabling injury. Gibson, David S. 2211
Defeating limitation of liability in maritime law: an anachronistic law can still prevent fair recovery for plaintiffs who suffer losses on the waves. Akpinar, Tim 3874
Document pain in burn injury cases. Trevor, Eunice 147
Dues assessment will help ATLA's 'war room' spread the truth. 298
Exchange litigation packet guides informal discovery. 229
Hearsay. 291
In a twist on paternity cases, absentee father is denied genetic test. Ertel, Karen 497
Keep it simple, like a comic strip. Bailey, William S. 165
Know what to look for in trucking cases. Branch, Margaret Moses 239
Lack of insurance hinders recovery in nursing home cases. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 1193
Law schools battle U.S. in High Court argument over military recruiters. Burtka, Allison Torres 963
Leaving a legacy of justice. Suggs, Kenneth M. President's Page 801
Liability for dead man's curve: was your client's off-road accident caused by simple driver error, or did a roadway design defect contribute to the crash? Public agencies in charge of roadways may be liable if the road is unsafe. Pillersdorf, Gary B. 3540
New look for Law Reporters. 151
Proving your case with manufacturer employee depositions: during each stage of your planning in a products case, consider how information gained from the manufacturer's employees can help prove its liability. Kwass, David L. 3046
Straight talk about asbestos. 311
The Medical Malpractice Myth. Nastri, Kathleen L. Book Review 901
The rocky road to security: travelers have faced 'no-fly' lists, more stringent searches, and increased demands for identification in the last few years. But are we more secure as a result? And at what expense to our civil liberties? Burtka, Allison Torres Interview 2754
Washington voters reject antipatient initiative. 194
When rescue is too risky: hazardous medevac flights too often endanger the lives they were dispatched to save. Crashes usually have more than one cause, and a thorough investigation will often reveal more than one responsible party. Green, Justin T. 3607

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