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Loss of consortium

Loss of consortium

The one claim you must discuss with your clients, but may strategically choose not to maintain through trial

Steven Lipscomb
Ian Samson

2017 April


Precluding the corporate defendant’s in-house specialists from testifying as experts

Under the guise of employees, they will be called to proffer expert opinions

Nina Shapirshteyn

2017 April


Sub rosa on your side: Working with private investigators

Eventually, we all end up with “another great case ruined by the facts.” Better to learn that early on and stop the bleeding….

Clifton Smoot

2017 April


Experts and the limits of scientific knowledge

Experts and the limits of scientific knowledge

When your expert is out of control: Tips to spot unsupported and unsupportable opinions

Nathaniel Leeds

2017 April


The California Supreme Court’s new limitation on an expert’s ability to rely on hearsay evidence

People v. Sanchez created new and significant challenges to dealing with hearsay evidence

Andrew Johnson

2017 April


Appellate Reports

Claim against public entity is barred where the plaintiff failed to file a timely late-claim petition after his initial claim was deemed denied

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2017 April


Profile: Karine Bohbot and Elizabeth Riles

It’s all about symmetry for this pair of employment lawyers at the top of their game

Stephen Ellison

2017 April


When an expert witness is <em>not</em> needed

When an expert witness is not needed

Strategies for proving medical damages in smaller cases using the treating physician

Chuck Geerhart

2017 April


Disability and the replacement value of household services

Disability and the replacement value of household services

How economists calculate the replacement cost of household services in cases of catastrophic injury

Joseph T. Crouse

2017 April

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