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self-study/Appellate Practice

Citing the uncitable

By Benjamin G. Shatz

participatory/Appellate Practice

Considering Custom


What happens when collective bargaining agreements expire?

By Luis Arias, Alan S. Levins

self-study/Civil Practice

California anti-SLAPP in the 9th Circuit: Can it survive?

By Gary A. Watt


Medicare Secondary Payer Act: personal liability cases

By Karen A. Feld

participatory/Appellate Practice

Is the End 'Near' for Class Action Cy Pres?

self-study/Education Law

What can schools do about cyberbullying?

By Gregory J. Rolen


Can prior pay inform a new hire's salary?

By Kathryn G. Mantoan

participatory/Appellate Practice

Learning the ABCs


‘Cram-downs’ of unsecured liens in a Chapter 11 reorganization

By Paul M. Hilkert, Stuart B. Rodgers


E-discovery for lawyers who like paper

By Bob Mehr

participatory/Appellate Practice

Looking Behind the Proclamation?

self-study/Appellate Practice

Mooting mootness

By Benjamin G. Shatz

self-study/Appellate Practice

Mooting mootness

By Benjamin G. Shatz

self-study/Civil Practice

Private attorney general attorney fees

By Matthew Ross

self-study/Criminal Practice

Criminal continuances: Court culture creates calendar congestion

By Jaime R. Román

participatory/Appellate Practice

Left, Right & Gorsuch

self-study/Estate Planning

Preparing a proper certificate of independent review

By Arthur J. Harris, Kavin Williams

self-study/Intellectual Property

The brave new world of patent law

By Steven J. Corr, Andrea Jill Weiss Jeffries, Daniel Kazhdan, Jennifer Swize


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