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The Practical Litigator - January 2001

In the January 2001 issue, articles on A Preliminary Analysis of the 2000 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Evidence; The Trouble with Experts; The Ethical Imperatives of Online Legal Research; Court-Appointed Experts; and Twenty-Five Common Mistakes Attorneys Make in Voir Dire

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A Preliminary Analysis of the 2000 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Evidence (19 pp)
By Gregory P. Joseph

The Trouble with Experts (13 pp)
By Eliot G. Disner

The Ethical Imperatives of Online Legal Research (7 pp)
By Kerry L. Adams

Court-Appointed Experts (7 pp)
By Geoffrey M. Howard and Elizabeth A. Ybarra

Twenty-Five Common Mistakes Attorneys Make in Voir Dire (4 pp)
By Melissa Pigott, Ph. D.

The Litigator’s Toolbox--Settlements: Winning Over Your Own Client (2 pp)
By Frank H. Wu

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