2014 January

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Articles in this issue:

The fundamentals in establishing a fraud case

A look at the issues and law that arise in fraud cases at differing stages of litigation

Ara Jabagchourian

2014 January


Going beyond Workers’ Compensation for injured employees

A look at the common exceptions to California’s exclusive remedy rule

Brian S. Kabateck

2014 January


Ethics issues in mass-tort litigation settlements

Ethics issues in mass-tort litigation settlements

Mass-tort litigation presents a myriad of ethical challenges and disclosure is key

Pete Kaufman

2014 January


Condemnation: Less complex than it sounds?

Condemnation: Less complex than it sounds?

Demystifying inverse condemnation and holding public entities liable for damage to private property

2014 January


Immigrant clients: Protecting against the undervaluation of their cases

Immigration status should not interfere with calculation of damages

Elinor Leary

2014 January


Labor law: How quickly the post-MacDonald world turns

A look at the doctrine of exhaustion of administrative remedies after MacDonald, as clarified by the legislature in Senate Bill 666

Matthew S. McNicholas
Alyssa Kim Schabloski

2014 January



The Collateral Source Rule under the Affordable Care Act

The Collateral Source Rule under the Affordable Care Act

Defendant would like a double discount of plaintiff’s future medical-care damages. Don’t give it to them

Bruce G. Fagel, M.D.

2014 January

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