2017 January

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Articles in this issue:
Big data’s day in court

Big data’s day in court

Litigation, especially class actions against large corporations, can be streamlined by using forensic CPAs who can both extract and analyze big data

Greg Regan
Tatyana Shtyrkova

2017 January


Bike bias in jury selection and using challenge for cause

In trial, driver attitudes towards cyclists can be a barrier to justice

Shaana A. Rahman

2017 January


Appellate Reports

Kesner v. Superior Court — The most comprehensive discussion of the analysis of legal duty in negligence law, specifically as regards asbestos but applicable to all negligence claims where duty is an issue

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2017 January


Out of character

Cameo witnesses and their importance in describing the impact of an injury

Miles B. Cooper

2017 January


Active listening at deposition

Seasoned trial attorney Tim Tietjen discusses an underrated trial skill, and why taking depositions early can be an advantage

Daniel Pleasant

2017 January



Defense apologies at trial

Defense apologies at trial

Too little, too late: a look at the elements of apology

Clifton Smoot

2017 January


Muffins with Mom

Muffins with Mom

Is there a work-life balance?

Holly Boyer

2017 January


Dressing your client for success at deposition and trial

Dressing your client for success at deposition and trial

“You never get a second chance to make a first impression”

Debra Bogaards

2017 January


Profile: Anne Costin

Profile: Anne Costin

Employment law specialist, she fosters a nontraditional relationship with clients as she continues to fight for them as a solo practitioner

Stephen Ellison

2017 January


Fly on the wall

Fly on the wall

7 observations on both mistakes and smart moves that attorneys make in mediation

Nancy Neal Yeend

2017 January

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