2020 October

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Mediations succeed when clients know what to expect before they go

Miles B. Cooper

2020 October


The Privette deposition

With a construction-site injury, your Privette deposition seeks evidence of defendant’s ability to control worksite conditions and the actual exercise of that control

Oliver Vallejo

2020 October


Hazardous trees

Hazardous trees

For injuries from a falling tree or branch, you need to navigate around the immunities to establish liability

Jeremy Cloyd

2020 October


Flip the defense script

“Your client should have seen it – it is your client’s fault”

Brendan Gannon

2020 October


Profile: Jennifer Fiore

Profile: Jennifer Fiore

Collaboration is key for PI lawyer handling cases from maritime to wildfires

Stephen Ellison

2020 October


Public speaking and the art of persuasion in the courtroom

Would you rather fight a mountain lion than speak in front of a jury?

Dustin Collier
Joshua Socks

2020 October


Can absentee landlords escape liability by claiming they never inspected?

Landlord neglect is not a defense to the affirmative duty to inspect

Daniel Boord

2020 October


Hide, seek and find the $10 million

Hide, seek and find the $10 million

Brace yourself for the prize and outwit the fraudulent conveyance

David Cook

2020 October


Appellate Reports

A look at Prop 51, battery versus med mal, the sudden-emergency doctrine in auto accidents, and genuine-dispute doctrine in health insurance

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2020 October


The right way, or the lazy way

The right way, or the lazy way

Using statutes, industry standards and company policies to demonstrate premises liability in the workplace

Eustace de Saint Phalle
Andrew Clay

2020 October

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