2014 February

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Articles in this issue:
Mirror, mirror on the wall

Mirror, mirror on the wall

Mirroring as a technique to improve rapport with jurors

John F. Denove

2014 February


Coping with sub rosa video at trial

Coping with sub rosa video at trial

The key to keeping sub rosa out of trial is to deal with it before trial

Christopher Dolan

2014 February


It’s complicated: Handling cases with difficult fact patterns

Being open, telling the truth and bringing out your problems before the defense does

Browne Greene

2014 February


Motions in limine

Motions in limine play a critical role in pretrial and trial strategies

Elizabeth A. Hernandez

2014 February


Practicing law and practicing parenthood

A single mom and PI attorney tells you how she does it – and why

2014 February



Medical malpractice: Strategies to improve economic damages

Medical malpractice: Strategies to improve economic damages

Challenging the defense experts’ calculations is vital to maximize damages

2014 February


Dismantling opposing experts and rehabilitating retained experts

Strategies to minimize your damage while inflicting maximum harm to the other side

2014 February


Getting organized for trial

Use the jury instructions as the basis for your trial planning

Christa Ramey

2014 February


Litigating childhood sexual-abuse cases

Focus your discovery on who knew what, and when, while limiting the minor’s involvement in the process

David M. Ring
Natalie Weatherford

2014 February


Discovery and police officers: The Pitchess process

Discovery relating to a peace officer’s job performance or disciplinary actions must follow a unique, statutory process

Alyssa Kim Schabloski

2014 February


Looking beyond the driver’s seat

Looking beyond the driver’s seat

Proving negligent entrustment or permissive use in vehicle liability cases

Kimberly Wong

2014 February

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