2014 June

Articles Articles in this issue:
Ups and downs of stairway cases

Ups and downs of stairway cases

Stairways are a major contributor to trip-and-fall cases, often producing life-changing injuries

Anthony Label

2014 June


Case in Point — Dangerous Condition of Public Property Accident near a BART station

Thousands of CCSF students and their instructors used this dangerous walkway daily, until a serious accident focused attention on it

Mark Zanobini

2014 June


Holding public entities liable for dangerous conditions

The rules are somewhat different than for privately owned premises, but proving the case is very similar

Mark Zanobini

2014 June


Getting a fire report without getting burned

The three types of fire reports – how to get them and how to use them

Mary Catherine Wiederhold

2014 June


Employment law: Current trends in EEOC enforcement

Trends that suggest creative and progressive legal arguments

Tom Harrington
R. Scott Oswald

2014 June


Don’t get beaten up by an assault case

How to decide whether to take on these challenging cases, and a game plan for when you do

Chuck Geerhart

2014 June


Profile: Dugan Barr

Prolific veteran trial lawyer wields his power of influence

2014 June


Too much privilege? SLAPP-happy landlords get a dressing down

Moriarty v. Laramar Management is important because it reviews the cases that define protected activity and discusses its risks for abuse

Aaron H. Darsky
Laura R. Keenan

2014 June


Naming rights

Finding and naming the proper entities in a premises case

Miles B. Cooper

2014 June


“There should have been a stop sign”

The tools to defeat defendant’s motions based on statutory defenses for a dangerous condition of public property

Gregory L. Bentley
Steven M. Schuetze

2014 June

2014 June

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