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Courts’ calculation of attorney fees

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Civil discovery sanctions

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When a court learns of jury misconduct post-trial

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Rules for stipulating to a commissioner

By Maria Theresa Jauregui

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The scope of commissioners' powers

By Maria Theresa Jauregui

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A commissioner's source of power

By Maria Theresa Jauregui

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