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The Practical Litigator - September 2000

The Septmeber 2000 issue includes articles on How To Maximize Compensatory Damages in a Personal Injury Case; Evaluating Your Client as a Possible Qui Tam Relator; Investigating Automobile Collision Cases; Stipulations and Expert Reports in Tax Court Cases; Depositions:Why Earlier Is Better; and Expert Testimony in Liquor Liability Cases

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Article:

The Litigator's Toolbox: Goodbye to the Bluebook? (2 pp)
By Frank H. Wu

How To Maximize Compensatory Damages in a Personal Injury Case (7 pp)
By Ira H. Leesfield

Evaluating Your Client as a Possible Qui Tam Relator (7 pp)
By Barry Steeley

Investigating Automobile Collision Cases (13 pp)
By R. Timothy Morrison

Stipulations and Expert Reports in Tax Court Cases (5 pp)
By Philip A. Diamond

Depositions:Why Earlier Is Better (8 pp)
By Eliot G. Disner

Expert Testimony in Liquor Liability Cases (8 pp)
By Paul C. Lee

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