2011 February

Articles Articles in this issue:

Disabled, but employed and earning more than before: Where’s the loss?

Calculating worklife loss relies on five criteria to predict loss of future earning capacity in cases of partial disability

Phillip Sidlow
Enrique Vega

2011 February

Making rights real: Effectively representing immigrants

Protect their rights by keeping their immigrant status out and protecting them from threats of retaliation

Jennifer A. Reisch

2011 February


Drug overdose can cause brain injury, but it may not be only the drug that’s to blame; it may be the patient or the administration of the substance

George Peters
Barbara Peters

2011 February

Is the plaintiff SOL?

When the SOL clock truly starts, and stops, ticking: the current state of accrual and tolling

Anoush Lancaster

2011 February

A Touch of Grey

Attorneys are often stymied when deciding what approach to use in mediation

Jeffrey Krivis

2011 February

Will clients find you on the Web?

Be savvy to the many ways of increasing your Web presence to generate phone calls

Tracy Hickman

2011 February

Appellate Reports and Cases in Brief

Recent cases of interest to members of the plaintiff’s bar

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2011 February

When lawyers attack

Behave yourself! Attorneys can be guilty of bad behavior and need to control that inner pit bull

Anayat Durrani

2011 February

Advancing the civil rights of transgender persons

Civil rights cases fought for the transgender community are a matter of freedom of self realization, and they’re changing society’s view of equality

Christopher Dolan

2011 February

Trial in Action: The Persuasive Power of Psychodrama

How to tell the story behind your client’s actions

Donna Bader

2011 February

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