January 1999 • Volume 87 • Number 1 • Pages 1–60
The Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act does not apply to claims of excessive attorneys fees; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
A description of the various DNA testing techniques and how they apply to determining identity and parentage.
The authors lament the confusion caused by courts' applying two conflicting theories of comparative fault: equitable apportionment and indivisible injury.
A look at construction negligence litigation in the post-Structural-Work-Act present and future.
When can workers sue employers in tort, and when are they limited by the "exclusive remedy'' provision of the workers' comp statute?
Though we've examined the law of DNA evidence in the Journal, we haven't reviewed the science of DNA testing; until this issue, beginning on page 18.
The Lawyers Assistance Program ("LAP'') has helped hundreds of lawyers over the last two decades. LAP now needs our help.
ADA plaintiffs must be accommodating.
You don't need to write "persuasively''; simply explain and the persuasion will take care of itself.
Too many lawyer-supervisors run from personnel problems. Here's a better approach.
Here's where to turn when the question isn't "Who ya gonna call?'' but "How ya gonna find 'em?''