2016 November

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Articles in this issue:
The dangerous roadway case

The dangerous roadway case

Driving around design immunity to move forward on your dangerous road case against the city, county or state

Sara Peters

2016 November


California boasts strong protection for whistleblowers and robust retaliation laws

California boasts strong protection for whistleblowers and robust retaliation laws

Learn how to use the arsenal of tools to litigate claims such as the one filed against Wells Fargo

Jennifer Schwartz
Menaka Fernando

2016 November


The intangibles of a highway-design case

These are difficult, costly cases. A strong theme and the right mix of “expert” witnesses can help you beat the odds

2016 November


Unintended death sentences

Unintended death sentences

Prosecuting prisoner suicide cases against the state when a loved one dies while in custody

David L. Winnett

2016 November


The “opt-out” trap

New battlefront in employers’ effort to avoid class liability through arbitration clauses

William C. Jhaveri-Weeks
Byron R. Goldstein

2016 November


Profile: John Burris

Civil-rights activist has been holding law enforcement accountable for more than four decades

2016 November


Pave the planet

Dangerous road surfaces and notice against governmental entities

Miles B. Cooper

2016 November


Saving the American Dream

Saving the American Dream

The powerful undue-influence presumption in litigating financial elder-abuse cases

Rebecca Diel
Erin Guy Castillo

2016 November


Appellate Reports

Markow v. Rosner — Appellate court isn’t buying hospital’s vicarious liability based upon ostensible agency of a physician associated with the hospital

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2016 November


Putting teeth in your dog-bite case

Putting teeth in your dog-bite case

A guide to discovery and the use of experts

Ron Berman

2016 November

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