2007 November

Articles Articles in this issue:

How to get your press release released immediately

A few tricks of the trade can get your news out where you want it

Geri Wilson

2007 November


Auto accident reconstruction: The basics you must know

Understanding what the engineer is talking about and how conclusions are reached

Kurt D. Weiss

2007 November


Shaking the Foundations

Stanford law students organize inspiring progressive lawyering conference

Laura Elizabeth Weidman

2007 November


Expansion of ostensible agency liability under Ermoian: Proof requirements

Unlike Mejia, which focused on the issue of reliance, Ermoian focuses more on the hospital’s conduct

Shirley Watkins
September Hopper

2007 November


The awakening of a sleepy Congressional subcommittee

Investigating the termination of the U.S. Attorneys created a hotbed of controversy

Linda T. Sánchez

2007 November


The dark side of arbitration

Before you publish adverse comments about an arbitrator, look at all sides of the decision

Alexander Polsky

2007 November


Biomechanics: a primer for motor vehicle collision injuries

A biomechanics primer for the plaintiff’s attorney for rear, frontal, and side impacts

Lawrence S. Nordhoff, Jr.

2007 November



Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

2007 November


What to do on the Internet before you sue

Finding information cheaply about potential clients, defendants and witnesses

Althea T. Kippes

2007 November


Preparing the lay witness

Guiding the lay witness through the intimidating process of oral examination can result in a sharper and more compelling case narrative

Lois Heaney
Karen Jo Koonan

2007 November


Storytelling in brief-writing

The truth is that no matter how intellectual a judge may seem, he or she probably loves a good story

Donna Bader

2007 November

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