2016 October

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Articles in this issue:

The double whammy in calculating loss of earning capacity

Reduced earnings and reduced employment rates are a double whammy in calculating loss of future earning capacity for an injured person with permanent limitations

Joseph T. Crouse

2016 October


Using graphics to make your expert understandable

Effective graphics put the “show” in the “show and tell” of expert testimony

Morgan C. Smith
Audrey Murray

2016 October


Legal-malpractice experts: Choosing, using or losing

Your expert will explain the law to the jury, setting the stage for your “case within a case”

John P. Blumberg

2016 October


Interview with Mike Danko

Civil juries rarely hang. A prominent plaintiff’s attorney explains his strategy after experiencing a hung jury

Bobby Thompson

2016 October


Navigating legal texts in today's digital age

Navigating legal texts in today's digital age

The digital world is here to stay, but for deep reading and better comprehension, print it out

Daniel Pleasant

2016 October


Discovery can be key to PI/workers’ comp “crossover” cases

Cooperation between the PI and workers’ comp attorneys is key to maximizing the client’s recovery, and the PI attorney often needs to play the lead role in discovery

Kimberly Wong

2016 October


Profile: Denise Top

Employment lawyer has had a very varied career, both within the law and before law school. Now, she’s where she wants to be

2016 October


Appellate Reports

Barickman v. Mercury Cas. Co. — Court rejects the insurer’s argument that it acted in good faith as a matter of law by making an early tender of policy limits

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2016 October


Roadway and vehicle evidence in rollover collisions

Reconstructing a rollover includes examining physical evidence on the roadway and the vehicle. Here’s a detailed roadmap to examining that evidence

Kurt D. Weiss

2016 October


Fighting onerous confidentiality clauses in settlement agreements

Many proposed confidentiality clauses conflict with counsel’s right to practice and the public’s right to know

Anne Richardson

2016 October


Obtaining surveillance videos of premises-liability accidents

Obtaining surveillance videos of premises-liability accidents

It can be a tricky game, but doing it early and correctly can produce great results for your client

Jeffrey Greenman

2016 October


Reporting for duty

Track down all the incident reports, videos and maybe even a witness to better understand what happened

Stephen Ellison

2016 October

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