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The Practical Litigator - January 2002

In the January 2002 issue: Challenging the Admissibility of Mental Expert Testimony; A Different Approach to Direct Examination of Expert Witnesses; Motions for Preliminary Injunction in Complex Commercial Litigation; The Lessons of Amchem for Class Action Practice; Rethinking Discovery and Document Retention in the Digital Age; Drafting the Arbitration/ADR Clause; The Law of the Litigator—Court To Ethics Gurus: Your Expert Opinions Are Inadmissible.

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Article:

Challenging the Admissibility of Mental Expert Testimony (11 pp)
By Marc Sageman, M.D., Ph..D

A Different Approach to Direct Examination of Expert Witnesses (7 pp)
By Hon. Ralph Adam Fine

Motions for Preliminary Injunction in Complex Commercial Litigation (5 pp)
By Robert R. Salman

The Lessons of Amchem for Class Action Practice (6 pp)
By Beth Klein

Rethinking Discovery and Document Retention in the Digital Age (11 pp)
By Sidney K. Kanazawa

Drafting the Arbitration/ADR Clause (9 pp)
By Neal Blacker

The Law of the Litigator--Court to Ethics Gurus: Your Expert Opinions Are Inadmissible (2 pp)
By John B. Spitzer

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