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If the injured pedestrian was a business patron, then foreseeability by that business is a question for a jury and should not be dismissed upon defendant’s MSJ.
DAN PLEASANT
Few California plaintiffs’ lawyers understand the kind of damages available through local rent ordinances. Here are strategies for lawsuits, with attorney’s fees, based on these local rent-control regulations.
JOSEPHINE L ALIOTO
AARON H DARSKY
A social activist at heart, he puts his passion and legal skills to good use against insurance carriers. Mannion offers an interesting perspective on the declining value of punitive damages in bad-faith cases.
Contract law of many states may be affected, including arbitration provisions, by the decision in ATP Tour, Inc. v. Deutscher Tennis Bund.
An experienced mentor teaches valuable lessons to a young lawyer.
JOHN ROACH
Former fighter pilot says accountability matters.

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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