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The Daubert trilogy requires scientists to be scientists first and expert witnesses second, but how are judges and lawyers to evaluate the testimony of scientists?
A judge offers her perspective on the Daubert trilogy.
Proposals for revamping plea bargaining and summary judgment.
To appear in tribal court, litigators must be conversant in Navajo legal principles.
When is an intermediary liability case against a digital platform ripe for early dismissal?
Many lawyers use threats as part of negotiation, but that can be risky. Here's how to avoid wandering into the quagmire of ethical misconduct.
An examination of the unique strategies, requirements, and hazards presented by the trial of a trade secret case.
Lawyers who hire private investigators have an ethical duty to supervise them.