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Imagine that your cross-town drive time is cut in half – and so are vehicle accidents with a robot at the wheel.
CHRISTOPHER DOLAN
Protecting our digital lives is our own responsibility.
REBECCA HIRSCH
Oklahoma school teacher turned employment lawyer says find good cases and prepare each one as if it’s
going to trial.
A look at short-term rentals such as AirBnB and the liability and public-policy problems they present.
If the injured pedestrian was a business patron, then foreseeability by that business is a question for a jury and should not be dismissed upon defendant’s MSJ.
MATTHEW J. KRACHT
Product of Motown builds a niche practice representing injured and abused children.

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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