2015 December

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Articles in this issue:
Filling the investigative void for DUI collisions

Filling the investigative void for DUI collisions

Collecting all of the available evidence to make your case for punitive damages

Dan Schneiderman

2015 December


Oral argument

Do not waive it, do not blow it! Maximize the opportunities it presents

Norman Pine

2015 December


998 offers: Pitfalls and opportunities in the statutory settlement offer

Identifying pitfalls that doom many litigants and the strategic opportunities that are often missed

Valerie T. McGinty
Kirsten M. Fish

2015 December


California Fair Pay Act

New law places a greater burden on employers to justify pay disparity, offers new avenues of employment litigation

Lisa P. Mak
Aron K. Liang

2015 December


Difficult economic valuations: household services

Topics you need to cover with your economist to stay out of defense’s “Dollar Value of a Day” trap

Nathaniel Leeds

2015 December


“Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated”

Despite efforts to redefine the reasonable value of medical care, plaintiff still has a right to full and fair compensation for future medical damages

Elinor Leary

2015 December


Profile: Charles Davis

After 40 years of lawyering, he’s trying to slow down the workload: “But it seems like the more I slow down, the faster I get.”

2015 December


Appealable judgments and orders

A review of general principles and rules with illustrative examples

Jay-Allen Eisen

2015 December


Appellate Reports and Cases in Brief

Uspenskaya v. Meline - The amount a factoring company pays to purchase a medical lien is not evidence of the reasonable value of the underlying medical services

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2015 December


I got 99 bottles but a beer ain’t one

Sometimes our clients’ stories help us find ourselves

Miles B. Cooper

2015 December


Interlocutory review: Getting the trial judge to endorse your writ

Under CCP section 166.1, the cache of the trial court can help get your writ into the six percent of civil writs that actually get reviewed

2015 December


10 good reasons not to appeal

10 good reasons not to appeal

There are times when taking an appeal doesn’t make sense

Donna Bader

2015 December

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