August 2009 • Volume 97 • Number 8 • Pages 377–428
Injuries not automatically indivisible when apportioning liability; act helps terminated employees continue medical coverage; updated medical prescribing protocol; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Q. Whats the best way to dress for court?
A. The way the judge says you should.
Redirect examination is a powerful weapon for litigators, but it can backfire on those who forget its central purpose - to rehabilitate witnesses.
A spouse's nonmarital estate can be reimbursed for contributions to the marital estate - and vice versa - but determining the value of those contributions can be tricky.
In a quotient verdict, jurors decide liability or damages by mathematically averaging instead of deliberating. Here s how to prevent and attack them.
A look at ISBA events coming this fall.
A summary of key legislation.
Survivor-style challenges and opportunities confront estate planners.
Careful planning for settlements can prevent bad results.
A review of chart-topping lawyer errors.