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The Practical Litigator - May 2003

In May, 2003 issue, articles on: EEOC Mediation: Chicken Soup for the Employer’s Soul?; Defending the No-Injury Products Liability Class Action; How To E-Mail Documents to Opposing Counsel; Representing Foreign Defendants in the U.S. Courts; Use of the Expert Witness: a Defense Counsel Perspective; Developing Electronic Evidence; Using Lawyer-Experts in Financial Litigation (Part 1); Law of the Litigator—Attorney-Client Privilege Not Waived in Excess Insurer’s Action Against Primary Insurer for Refusal To Settle Within Policy Limits

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EEOC Mediation: Chicken Soup for the Employer’s Soul? (6 pp)
By Robert L. Clayton and Bethany Brantley Johnson

Defending the No-Injury Products Liability Class Action (9 pp)
By Meryl C. Maneker

How To E-Mail Documents to Opposing Counsel (5 pp)
By David W. Snyder

Representing Foreign Defendants in the U.S. Courts (9 pp)
By T. Steven Har

Use of the Expert Witness: a Defense Counsel Perspective (6 pp)
By Eliott R. Good

Developing Electronic Evidence (8 pp)
By Paul H. Merry

Using Lawyer-Experts in Financial Litigation (Part 1) (11 pp)
By Robert H. Davis

Law of the Litigator—Attorney-Client Privilege Not Waived in Excess Insurer’s Action Against Primary Insurer for Refusal To Settle Within Policy Limits
By John B. Spitzer

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