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‘Go ahead then... prove it!’

By Brian M. Hoffstadt

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Instructing the jury on the use of common sense

By Steven S. Kimball

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Medicare Secondary Payer Act: personal liability cases

By Karen A. Feld

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Back to basics: establishment claims in false advertising cases

By August T. Horvath


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'Special justification' and punitive damages

By Rex Heeseman

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Section 998 Update


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Tips for using social media research during voir dire

By Michelle Sherman

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Adding Judgment Debtors



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