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Questions you must ask and steps you must take to build the strongest case for the injured cyclist.
NATHANIEL LEEDS
The anatomy of a vehicle-pedestrian accident, and the evidence you must preserve.
JOHN C. GARDINER
Veteran trial lawyer maintains balance in his profession, in life and on the bike.
A look at EEOC’s current enforcement trends and priorities, and their application to real-world practice in representing individual employees.
TOM HARRINGTON
How to decide whether to take on a third-party assault case and a game plan for when you do; particular discussion of assaults in night clubs.
CHUCK GEERHART
Prolific veteran trial lawyer wields his power of influence.

SAVE A TREE!
Print briefs on BOTH sides of a sheet of paper
For ever and a day,  attorneys served papers that were printed only on one side. The back side of the paper was blank. In fact, the California Rules of Court required it. The rules have changed! The 2012 California Court Rules, Rule 2.117, effective July 1, 2012, were changed to permit you to use both sides of the paper. (You have to secure the agreement of the other party before using both sides.)  Give it a try. Together, we can save a forest.

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