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general/Criminal Law

Instructing on lesser crimes and unanimity

By Henry J. Hall

special/Legal Ethics

A Primer on the Attorney's Lien

general/Civil Practice

Litigating with service members

By Mark E. Sullivan

general/Family Law

Mental health professionals in family law

By Jaime R. Román

general/Environmental Regulation

Take a closer look at CEQA petitions

By Susan L. Brandt-Hawley

general/Civil Practice

Basic issues in business litigation

By Curtis E.A. Karnow

general/Insurance Law

File That Insurance Claim on Time

general/Court Rules and Procedures

When a court learns of jury misconduct post-trial

By Kathryne Ann Stoltz

special/Legal Ethics

Law Firms & In-House Privilege

general/Family Law

LPS conservatorships: a safety net

By Maria E. Stratton


Taxing Workplace Settlements

general/Constitutional Law

Bruton rule in a post-Crawford world

By Thomas Rubinson

general/Workers Compensation

Workers' Comp Exclusivity

general/Civil Practice

Distinguishing judgments and orders

By Luis A. Lavin


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