2019 November

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Articles in this issue:

Pandora’s Box

Cramming down the demons that drive us differs from confronting them

Miles B. Cooper

2019 November


Profile: Greg O’Connell

Profile: Greg O’Connell

Longtime prosecutor makes a smooth transition into personal-injury law

Stephen Ellison

2019 November


Here’s your money, now shut up

Here’s your money, now shut up

The First Amendment and non-disparagement clauses with public entities – what you need to know

Brendan Gannon

2019 November


Medical malpractice: Simplifying the complex

Medical malpractice: Simplifying the complex

A five-step visual strategy for exposing surgical malpractice

Tyler Komarnycky

2019 November


Emerging trends in medical-malpractice litigation

Emerging trends in medical-malpractice litigation

It’s not the law that’s changing, it’s the players

Jeffrey S Mitchell

2019 November


Endodontic misadventure

Dental malpractice or unfortunate result – Do I have a case?

Richard E. Mounce
Elizabeth E. Welch

2019 November


Court reporters and videographers on a non-recourse basis

Company started by a plaintiff’s attorney will share your risk of settlement on stenography services

2019 November


Flipping the script

A career defense attorney crosses the aisle and wishes he had done it sooner

Tim Spangler

2019 November


Closing your shop

Closing your shop

Tips for succession to ensure your last case is the one you choose — not one brought against you

Karen Stromeyer

2019 November


<em>Demara</em> and the consumer-expectations test in products liability

Demara and the consumer-expectations test in products liability

Forklift-injury case leads to important products liability ruling on when CET may be utilized

David L. Winnett

2019 November


Appellate Reports

Defendant claims excessive verdict and that plaintiff counsel improperly pre-conditioned and engaged the passions of the jury, but Court affirms wrongful death awards totaling $45 million

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2019 November


Appellate Reports

Defendant claims excessive verdict and that plaintiff counsel improperly pre-conditioned and engaged the passions of the jury, but Court affirms wrongful death awards totaling $45 million

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2019 November

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