2021 March

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Articles in this issue:
<em>Bolger v. Amazon</em>

Bolger v. Amazon

Strict products liability catches up with the digital age

Ramona H. Atanacio
Zachary J. Buchta

2021 March


Think like a doctor

Tips on understanding medical jargon, appreciating the roles of different medical specialties and the use of analogies in medical testimony

Michael Gatto

2021 March


Being a lawyer doesn’t have to be this stressful

Being a lawyer doesn’t have to be this stressful

Stress tips for the pandemic from a working-mother trial lawyer and a seasoned trial lawyer

Jayme L. Walker
J. Gary Gwilliam

2021 March


The reasonable demand

How to avoid receiving the pesky “unable to accept or reject” letter

Phillip Younglove

2021 March


Appellate Reports

Courts look at negligent infliction of emotional distress in the digital age; also design immunity and “home protection plans” as insurance

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2021 March


The Maxims of Jurisprudence and creativity in the law

“No one should suffer by the act of another” and other Maxims found at Civil Code sections 3509-3548

Conor Granahan

2021 March



Let’s say something!

Addressing judicial bias in the courts

Beth W. Mora

2021 March


Is your referral-fee agreement ethical and enforceable?

California is the land of the “pure referral fee.” The agreed fee is not necessarily commensurate with work done on the case

Ji-In Lee Houck

2021 March


Web profiles and ethical concerns

Web profiles and ethical concerns

You may love, hate or be indifferent about what’s posted about you on a website, but what are your ethical obligations?

Allison Schulman

2021 March


Asking for a friend

Helping the addict in our midst take steps toward recovery

Miles B. Cooper

2021 March


Profile: Casey Kaufman

Profile: Casey Kaufman

Science and math education are the drivers for East Bay solo PI practitioner

Stephen Ellison

2021 March

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