2017 March

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Articles in this issue:

Defeating liability waivers and the primary assumption of risk defense

These roadblocks to liability at summary judgment can often be overcome

Brian J. Malloy

2017 March


The party-bus industry

The party-bus industry

A new breed of common carrier with the need for enhanced regulation

Christian Nickerson

2017 March


Talk softly, or carry a big (Anti-SLAPP) stick

Talk softly, or carry a big (Anti-SLAPP) stick

Talking to the press about your cases carries certain risk, but the protections are many

Christopher Wimmer
Seth Rosenberg

2017 March


Recorded evidence in employment matters

Is it a plaintiff’s friend or foe? The answer may be found in Penal Code section 632

Jason Erlich
Denise Top

2017 March


Profile: Claude Wyle

35-year veteran thrives on holding bullies accountable while remaining human

Stephen Ellison

2017 March


Comparative fault

Comparative fault

Keeping plaintiff’s irrelevant drug and alcohol use away from the jury

Jim Bulger

2017 March


Whippersnappers

Inexperienced, opposing counsel requires special consideration

Miles B. Cooper

2017 March


Appellate Reports

Okafor v. United States of America – Holds that a lawyer’s reliance on FedEx to timely deliver a document constitutes “routine negligence”

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2017 March


Finding damages through every witness, defense and plaintiff

Spend all the time you can in the life of the person you represent

J. Jude Basile

2017 March

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