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The longtime evidence scholar offers his views on Daubert, electronic evidence, and what the future may hold.
Whether and how to use government reports in civil litigation.
A look at the systemic crime lab errors coming to light in recent years, and some proposed rules to help prevent such mistakes in the future.
Two judges with forensics expertise comment on "Mass Forensics Errors."
Questions of admissibility involved in digital evidence are usually resolvable by existing evidentiary principles.
Four techniques deserve trial counsel’s consideration in almost every case.
An examination of three issues that are key to analyzing privilege in the international context.
Understanding both sides of the unfolding debate about judicial research is vital for both trial and appellate practitioners.
A Section chair's thoughts on how to practice law effectively.
What a nonparty witness recalls can be admitted in evidence at a civil trial in at least half a dozen different ways.
In patent infringement cases, design patents that cover the ornamental design of an article can be more valuable than utility patents covering functional innovations to it.
Readers want to know what a paragraph will deal with as soon as possible. But a lawyer’s stated issue often requires more than a single sentence to be adequately expressed.
A trial in American Somoa offers unusual challenges that start with what to wear.
Nothing this side of the Constitution provokes more instant controversy in the litigation community than the subject of class actions.
If you wish to make a difference, law provides many options.
The attorney-client privilege and the work-product protection are narrower than the duty of confidentiality.