Mooting mootnessBy Benjamin G. Shatz
Private attorney general attorney feesBy Matthew Ross
Left, Right & Gorsuch
Criminal continuances: Court culture creates calendar congestionBy Jaime R. Román
Preparing a proper certificate of independent reviewBy Arthur J. Harris, Kavin Williams
The brave new world of patent lawBy Steven J. Corr, Andrea Jill Weiss Jeffries, Daniel Kazhdan, Jennifer Swize
Navigating AppealsBy Gary A. Watt
participatory/Alternative Dispute Resolution
Avoiding the problem of vicarious disqualificationBy Linda W. Greenberg
Back to basics: establishment claims in false advertising casesBy August T. Horvath
Dorf on Reinhardt; Second Amendment
The Power to Declare (Trade) War
How lawyers can better engage the bench in e-discoveryBy Judy Holzer Hersher
Disaster readiness: Ethics in a new ageBy Heather L. Rosing
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