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Before you ask a jury to award damages for PTSD or other emotional distress, you should understand the basics of trauma
TRACY ARTSON, PH.D.
Necessity is the mother of a litigation loan. Be smart about it. Here’s what you need to know before you sign for a loan
DAVID COOK
She not only loves researching the facts, but knows how to make them understandable to a jury
Where have all the mediators gone?
The writer laments that some of the idealism in the early days of mediation has been replaced with mediocrity driven by economics.
JEFFREY KRIVIS
A case of severe disfigurement with Prop 51 liability issues reveals why damages are limited only by facts, imagination and tenacity.
MICHAEL E. GATTO
This asbestos pioneer helped create the trust funds that compensate victims and their families. And he's not ready to "sit back and let somebody else screw it up."

SAVE A TREE!
Print briefs on BOTH sides of a sheet of paper
The California Court Rules, Rule 2.117, effective way back on 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.) You can save a tree; together, we can save a forest.

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