2019 June

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Articles in this issue:

When your brain-injured client returns to work

Maximizing non-economic damages in a brain-injury case when your client returns to work

Annie Wu

2019 June


Section 998 update

Six notable recent cases clarify the law surrounding offers to compromise

Jeremy Cloyd

2019 June


Profile: Carter Zinn

A second stint in law school helps academic find his path into personal-injury law

Stephen Ellison

2019 June


First impressions

The initial contact with a potential client sets the tone

Miles B. Cooper

2019 June


“Think of an insurer as a cruise ship”

“Think of an insurer as a cruise ship”

The reason there are “rules of thumb” for mediation is that they are most often true

Arnie Levinson

2019 June


Developing the case for large economic damages

Developing the case for large economic damages

A look at the strategies and recent case law useful to maximize economic damages at trial

Olivier Taillieu

2019 June


Piercing the corporate veil to collect damages

Piercing the corporate veil and holding passive corporate business owners personally liable for torts caused by the corporate entity

Edward Susolik

2019 June


California damages: An update

California damages: An update

The insured plaintiff who was considered “uninsured” for the purpose of economic damages, and other recent cases that impact damage awards

Brian S. Kabateck
Stephanie E. Charlin

2019 June


Damages in spine-injury cases

Damages in spine-injury cases

How to argue large damages at trial, and what to be mindful of during trial to protect your verdict after trial

Robert Simon

2019 June


Property-loss litigation

Property-loss litigation

A practical guide to representing homeowners against their insurers

Evangeline Grossman
Tonna K. Farrar

2019 June

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