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A look at continuing developments in the field, including history of fetal monitoring and causation issues.
GARY SIMMS
That is the
question, and
the answer begins with a look at the
type of judgment – not all are appealable.
JAY-ALLEN EISEN
Trial lawyer worked hard, persevered and stayed true to himself – and all to stay out of the produce business.
Ensuring contingency fees
and fee-sharing agreements are enforceable.
A look at continuing developments in the field, including history of fetal monitoring and causation issues.
JAMES BOSTWICK
Reaching the pinnacle of trial law – much like his mentor

SAVE A TREE!
Print briefs on BOTH sides of a sheet of paper
For ever and a day,  attorneys served papers that were printed only on one side. The back side of the paper was blank. In fact, the California Rules of Court required it. The rules have changed! The 2012 California Court Rules, Rule 2.117, effective July 1, 2012, were changed to permit you to use both sides of the paper. (You have to secure the agreement of the other party before using both sides.)  Give it a try. Together, we can save a forest.

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