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Articles in this issue:
Back to the basics of expert depositions

Back to the basics of expert depositions

Create a deposition template for each type of professional you will likely depose and let it be your guide as you explore the expert’s case file

Dylan Dordick

2022 May


Two important and medically related depositions

Two important and medically related depositions

The Moradi deposition and the underinsured defendant; the treating doctor

Daniel DeSantis

2022 May


Understanding spine injuries

Can someone be hurt when the MRI is negative? Medical knowledge is a key to success in back- and neck-injury litigation

Thomas Steven Feher

2022 May


Allowing canine behavior to guide advocacy in dog-bite litigation

Understanding why and how dogs bite allows us to effectively communicate our clients’ stories without polarizing jurors in a largely dog-loving society

Diane Chang

2022 May


The spine and spineless defense tactics

Treating doctors can prove causation, talk about medical bills, and blow defense theories out of the water

Greyson M. Goody
Kieran Doherty

2022 May


Hips don’t lie

Hips don’t lie

A look at hip injuries and treatments, and misconceptions about hip injuries

Casey Hultin

2022 May


Partial-hand amputations

Severed fingers and other partial-hand amputations are incredibly serious injuries requiring patients to undergo a long and onerous road to recovery

Jeffrey A. Rudman

2022 May


Traumatic-brain-injury experts 101

Traumatic-brain-injury experts 101

Ensuring your brain-injured client gets the medical treatment they need

Belinda Theam

2022 May


Nuclear voir dire

While focusing on voir dire in employment cases, here are valuable tips for all types of jury selection in today’s social environment

Harry Plotkin

2022 May


A Day-in-the-Life video can be a powerful tool

A properly prepared Day-in-the-Life video is a compelling evidentiary presentation of a client’s daily disabilities

Christina Penza

2022 May


An “executive summary” for your plaintiff’s case

Help your client and your case by getting to the point

Andrew Owen

2022 May


Appellate Review

Arbitration agreements in health-care settings; also, the “baseball rule” on assumption of the risk; legal malpractice, causation and anti-SLAPP

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2022 May



CAOC works to get to know candidates – and vice versa

CAOC-endorsed candidates for the June primary election

2022 May


Does a tree that falls in the forest make any sound?

Publicize your good deeds with charities such as OCTLC

Douglas Vanderpool

2022 May


A sense of normalcy but no time for complacency

The LA legal community looks very different today than it did just a couple short months ago

Douglas N. Silverstein

2022 May

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