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Articles in this issue:
Brain storm: How to recognize a traumatic brain injury

Brain storm: How to recognize a traumatic brain injury

Insight into brain function before and after trauma

Joseph M. Barrett

2014 April


Videotaping of expert witnesses

Videotaping of expert witnesses

Videotaping the testimony of both your own experts and defendants’ experts can be key to a trial victory

Thomas M. Dempsey

2014 April


Non-economic damages in the wrongful death trial

Sympathy is not what you’re looking for and, frankly, sympathy is inadequate

Ricardo Echeverria

2014 April


Damages: Spinal cord and peripheral nerve injuries

Damages: Spinal cord and peripheral nerve injuries

A guide to the high-risk business of trying spinal-injury cases

Victor George

Seeking punitive damages against drivers distracted by hand-held electronic devices

Seeking punitive damages against drivers distracted by hand-held electronic devices

Distracted drivers’ cases can adopt the legal principles providing for punitive damages against drunk drivers

Patrick Gunning

2014 April


Experts: Who you need and who you don’t

Going light on experts can cost you at trial; going heavy can cost you, too

Bill Karns

2014 April


Making complex regional pain syndrome simple for a jury

A start-to-finish strategy for proving the chronic pain and resultant damages of CRPS

Spencer Lucas

2014 April


Fighting sub rosa corruption

Tools to use against an ambush at trial by defendant’s corrupted evidence

Brian Panish
David Rudorfer

2014 April


The jury and the award: Convincing 12 strangers

To win an employment case, the jury must like your client and you must present the client’s story clearly

2014 April

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