2014 January

Articles Articles in this issue:

Ethics challenges in mass-tort litigation settlements

Mass-tort litigation presents a myriad of ethical challenges and disclosure is key

Pete Kaufman

2014 January


Appellate Reports and cases in brief

Cases of interest to members of the plaintiffs’ bar

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2014 January


Professional resolutions for business-development success in 2014

Simple steps you can take for improved results in marketing your practice

Traci Stuart

2014 January


Class actions: A path through the darkness?

New directions for class-action lawyers in the era of a conservative-dominated Supreme Court

Jahan Sagafi
Jennifer L. Liu

2014 January


Fraud: The fundamentals

The issues and law that generally arise in fraud cases

Ara Jabagchourian

2014 January


Building your own “validation” Website

Why you need one and how to do it (almost) yourself

Eric Gruber

2014 January


Profile: Skip Walker

Once an aspiring politician, the idea of helping those who couldn’t help themselves drew him into plaintiffs’ law

2014 January


Coaching for Attorneys: Improving Productivity and Achieving Balance

A useful book for attorneys, even if you don’t like self-help books

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2014 January


Ch-ch-ch-Changes

How to effect a successful PI practice transition

Miles B. Cooper

2014 January


Why can’t we all be civil?

Sanctions are a judge’s last resort, so why not try a little civility first?

Donna Bader

2014 January


The Collateral Source Rule under the Affordable Care Act

The need to prevent a double discount of plaintiff’s future medical-care cost damages

Bruce Fagel

2014 January

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