2008 July

Articles Articles in this issue:

Another option for retaliation claims: U.S. Supreme Court holds that 42 U.S.C. § 1981 applies

Although the case law involving Section 1981 can be complicated and murky, you should think seriously about bringing a Section 1981 cause of action

Barry Wolf

2008 July


Making public accommodations accessible to people with disabilities

SB 1608 holds problems for compliance to disability laws

Michele Magar

2008 July


Small town lawyers who beat the blues

There is truly “life outside the big city.” Six attorneys tell their stories

Geraldine Lewis

2008 July


What to do when the settlement numbers you put on the case are miles away from the defense perspective

What to do when the settlement numbers you put on the case are miles away from the defense perspective

Jeffrey Krivis

2008 July


Beyond personal injury: Practical online medical resources for all attorneys

The Net has leveled the playing field in litigation that includes medical or personal injury issues

Althea T. Kippes

2008 July



Civil Procedure Update

A review of recent decisions on civil procedure, discovery and evidence of interest to the plaintiff’s bar

Steven Finz

2008 July


Celebrity tragedy focuses attention on federal preemption and MICRA limits

Testimony of Dennis and Kimberly Quaid before Committee on Oversight and Government Reform of the U.S. House of Representatives

2008 July


Federal preemption endangers consumers’ rights

All plaintiffs’ lawyers need to be aware of — and prepared to deal with — the growing attempt to expand federal preemption and eradicate injured consumers’ rights

Arthur Bryant

2008 July


When is a hospital liable for a physician’s malpractice?

Who’s on first when it comes to liability — the doctor or the hospital? Look to ostensible agency

Mary K. Bedard

2008 July

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