December 2003 • Volume 91 • Number 12 • Pages 585–640
Wife sues ex-husband for intentional infliction of emotional distress; verbatim records of closed meetings; holding corporate officials criminally liable; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Drafters of settlement agreements beware: you must account for Medicare's lien.
Has a carrier unreasonably delayed payment to your client? This article reviews penalties and fee-award options.
A look at recent decisions that define when warantless stops are permissible under the Fourth Amendment.
The rule is that workers' comp claims aren't subject to liens. The exceptions are many.
In this age of blended families and test-tube babies, the familiar estate-planning boilerplate needs revision.
"Incorrect assumptions" about involuntary psychiatric treatment.
These 10 malpractice-prevention golden oldies are just as true today as when we first heard 'em.
Sorry, but proper citation format really does matter. Here's why.