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self-study/Law Practice Management

Don't let conflicts of interest get you down

By J. Randolph Evans, Shari Klevens

self-study/Legal Malpractice

Breach of fiduciary duty vs professional negligence

By Kenneth C. Feldman, David D. Samani


Discovery and the attorney-client privilege

By Patricia M. Lucas, Gary Nadler


Proving attorney fees in insurance coverage disputes

By Kirk A. Pasich

participatory/Appellate Practice

'Jacks' Asks 'Is it a Tax or Fee?'

self-study/Constitutional Law

Public Employees and Free Speech: An Update


Reasonable expectations for 'replacement cost' coverage

By Jacquelyn Mohr, Robert K. Scott


SLAPP Update

participatory/Appellate Practice

Best Appellate Practices

participatory/Appellate Practice

EDTX Doors Closing to Patent Plaintiffs?


When courts can approve structured dismissals

By David S. Kupetz

self-study/Criminal Law

Controlling the Courtroom

By Jacqueline A. Connor

participatory/Appellate Practice

The Gorsuch confirmation hearings


'Special justification' and punitive damages

By Rex Heeseman

participatory/Appellate Practice

'Winters' Applies to Groundwater?

self-study/Constitutional Law

Searching a probationer's electronic devices

By Alison M. Tucher

participatory/Appellate Practice

How to Define a Day of Rest?

self-study/Legal Malpractice

A statute of limitations ruling favoring lawyers

By Dan L. Stanford

self-study/Legal Malpractice

Knock knock! State Bar special master at your door

By Jonathan A. Goldstein


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