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Articles from Trial (March 1, 2008)

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AAJ debunks drug-maker study and shares real doctor numbers. 424
Arizona high court upholds several-only liability in products cases. Pannell, Susan J. 686
Closing the courthouse doors to civil rights plaintiffs. Chemerinsky, Erwin 1491
Free drug samples fail as a safety net for poor patients, study says. Burtka, Allison Torres 937
Growing forward. Peterson, Kathleen Flynn President's page 749
Hearsay. 264
Lawsuits challenge use of 'chemical restraints' in nursing homes. Jablow, Valerie 2003
Making preponderance work: almost all jurors expect you to prove your case beyond a reasonable doubt, and you won't change their minds by explaining preponderance. But if you make preponderance a working theme throughout trial, jurors will make preponderance-based decisions about liability and damages. Ball, David 2929
Massachusetts doctors liable to third parties for failure to warn patients. Pannell, Susan J. 875
Ohio Supreme Court defers to legislature, upholds caps. 576
Oklahoma high court approves videotaping of defense medical exams. Sileo, Carmel 630
Reach jurors across the generations: recognizing the effects of life experiences will help you segment a jury pool into groups whose values and prejudices you can accommodate. Parris, R. Rex; Wren, James 4220
Reframing the model: the Jury Bias Model has served as a useful tool for more than a decade. Now, you can apply it in new ways to help jurors see your case in a more positive light. Wenner, David; Cusimano, Gregory S. 4486
Stand-alone punitive award in Title VII case cleared by Fifth Circuit. Porter, Rebecca 617
The jury, alive and well: three decades of study by two of the country's leading jury researchers have revealed a thriving jury system. Here's an inside look at what they're found. Heylman, Susan Interview 3295
The uncertain future of Medicare set-asides: Medicare set-aside requirements, which lay dormant for two decades, have recently been revived in the workers' comp arena. Personal injury cases are next, but plaintiff lawyers needn't panic. The law is on their side. Winslow, William L. 4700
Tools to keep jurors engaged: the era of the passive juror is over. Research has shown that allowing jurors to actively participate in the trial process yields a more engaged and motivated panel - and promotes justice for all. MacPherson, Susan J.; Krauss, Elissa 3727
Upcoming elections may change state courts' ideological balance. 482

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