2018 October

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Articles in this issue:

Dealing with the Cuevas decision

Regarding future medical costs, the appellate court overlooked the uncertainty of health insurance in the future

Eustace de Saint Phalle
Andrew Clay

2018 October


Health insurance coverage denial: Medical directors

Health insurance coverage denial: Medical directors

Who they are, what they do and how to deal with them in a bad-faith case

Scott C. Glovsky

2018 October


Settlements: What could go wrong?

The devil really is in all the details of the settlement agreement

Nancy Neal Yeend
David Gordon

2018 October


Helping appellate courts see – not just read – your case

Exhibits can be vital to your appeal. Here’s when and how to submit them to the court

Gary Simms

2018 October


Provisions that should be prohibited in settlement agreements

Provisions that should be prohibited in settlement agreements

Plaintiffs’ attorneys have an ethical obligation to protect the civil justice system by opposing confidentiality, non-disparagement and non-participation clauses in settlement agreements

James C. Sturdevant

2018 October


Profile: Mark Burton

Whether it’s suing Uber over employment status or proving that the weed killer Roundup causes cancer, he thrives in complex litigation

Stephen Ellison

2018 October


Brain drain

Identifying and proving mild traumatic brain injury – when should you make a TBI claim?

Miles B. Cooper

2018 October


Preparing experts post-<em>Sargon</em>

Preparing experts post-Sargon

Sargon reaffirmed that expert opinion cannot be speculative or based on conjecture

Torsten Bassell

2018 October


Appellate Reports

[case]Brady v. Bayer Corp.[/case] — Don’t call it “One A Day” vitamins and then in small print tell us we must take two; or if you prefer: one gummie a day won’t keep the rickets away

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2018 October

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