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self-study/Torts

Defendants can be held liable for injuries on non-owned property

By Bruce A. Broillet, Ivan Puchalt

self-study/Constitutional Law

The demise of the Chevron Doctrine

By Roderick E. Walston

self-study/Law Practice Management

Quantum meruit: As much as one has deserved

By David M. Majchrzak

self-study/Contracts

Ceci n'est pas un contrat

By Ashfaq G. Chowdhury

self-study/Torts

Whiplash and Whiplash-Associated Disorder is no joke

By Reza Torkzadeh, Allen P. Wilkinson

self-study/Consumer Law

Navigating the 'junk fee' crackdown

By Alejandro Moreno, Skylar Stoudt

self-study/Law Practice Management

Understanding client engagements and compensation structures

By Christine C. Rosskopf

self-study/Torts

Boating accidents and what you need to know before hitting the water

By Reza Torkzadeh, Allen P. Wilkinson

self-study/Employment

Understanding violence and harassment in the workplace

By Francisco Mundaca

self-study/Implicit bias and the promotion of bias-reducing strategies

Blame culture and prejudice permeate mindsets after collapse of Francis Scott Key Bridge

By Mark B. Baer

self-study/Will/Trusts

Will Contests

By Matthew D. Kanin

self-study/Civil Procedure

Reflecting on spontaneous statements

By Ashfaq G. Chowdhury



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