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Articles in this issue:
Exploring the Stanley Mosk Courthouse

Exploring the Stanley Mosk Courthouse

A trip through the portals and the courtrooms at Mosk and a look back at a few of the legal dramas that played out here

Gregory W. Alarcon

2022 June


To relate, or not to relate? That is the question

To relate, or not to relate? That is the question

Common misunderstandings regarding notice of related cases

Randolph M. Hammock

2022 June


Seeking extraordinary relief by filing a writ petition

Writ practice made simple, so you can quickly make the decision on whether to file the writ petition

Eileen C. Moore

2022 June


Medicare set-aside funds no longer count toward state Medi-Cal eligibility and asset limits

Medicare set-aside funds no longer count toward state Medi-Cal eligibility and asset limits

New laws effective July 1 permit disabled persons to keep more assets while still qualifying for Medi-Cal benefits

Patrick Farber
William E. Lindahl, MBA, CLPF

2022 June


Attacking and supporting witness credibility

Many attorneys have difficulties rehabilitating their witnesses and tearing down the credibility of adverse witnesses

James Cooper

2022 June


Trial tips for the post-pandemic era

Trial tips for the post-pandemic era

Jurors today are not as patient, so you need to keep the trial flowing

Mary Ann Murphy

2022 June


Using depositions at trial…

Using depositions at trial…

How to avoid common mistakes

Mark Mooney

2022 June


Examinations under Evidence Code section 776

Don’t call the defendant just because you can….

Steven J. Kleifield

2022 June


The Los Angeles PI Hub courts

The Los Angeles PI Hub courts

Seventh Amended Standing Order, effective May 16, limits types of cases to be filed; intended to decrease the time to hearing on the most common motions

Daniel M. Crowley

2022 June


The electronic presentation of evidence in opening statement

Persuading your judge that what you are asking for is not objectionable or prejudicial

Brian Poulter

2022 June



Kudos to Consumer Attorneys of California on MICRA reform

Also: Automated-vehicles legislation continues to advance in many states

Linda A. Lipsen

2022 June


MICRA revised: A historic year

After 47 years… a win for victims of medical negligence

Craig Peters

2022 June


Huge wall calendars

Tracking due dates on monthly columns and vacations. Also, people we need to thank and those we choose to honor

Douglas Vanderpool

2022 June


Toward a more just MICRA

Trial attorneys and the medical/insurance interests quietly reach a momentous deal in Sacramento to end the $250,000 pain and suffering limitation of 1975’s MICRA. A look at how it happened

Richard Neubauer

2022 June

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