2021 July

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Articles in this issue:
The use, abuse and cross-examination of the bicycle “expert”

The use, abuse and cross-examination of the bicycle “expert”

In cases where the victim was riding a bike, bike experts are often unnecessary and irrelevant

J. Kevin Morrison

2021 July


Derailing trail immunity on the paved, multi-use trail

Derailing trail immunity on the paved, multi-use trail

Public entities were never supposed to enjoy absolute immunity for dangerous conditions of paved multi-use trails

Scott Sumner

2021 July


Crash course

Lessons learned from a bicycle accident

Winston W. Moody

2021 July


Using discovery to establish liability for bicycle accidents within construction zones

Don’t focus too sharply on the condition that caused the injury. Look at the failures of the public and private entities that created the dangerous condition

Casey A. Kaufman

2021 July


Exposing the myth that “federal courts are bad for plaintiffs”

Exposing the myth that “federal courts are bad for plaintiffs”

Why I prefer to file my police-misconduct actions in federal court

Brian T. Dunn

2021 July


Appellate Reports

Appellate Reports

Court publishes contempt order after attorney uses rehearing petition to rant about the legal system

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2021 July


Watch your language!

Watch your language!

998s and underinsured motorist arbitration

Ramona H. Atanacio

2021 July


Profile: Annie Wu

Profile: Annie Wu

After years in defense, child of Taiwanese immigrants makes her mark in the plaintiff’s bar

Stephen Ellison

2021 July


When is a door not a door?

When it’s ajar! Strategies for prosecuting bicyclist dooring cases

Miles B. Cooper

2021 July

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