Publications

Digital Issues

The Practical Litigator - July 2003

In July, 2003 issue, articles on: Planning with Clients for Effective Electronic Discovery; Developing and Presenting the “Good Company” Case; Lawyer Liability for Client Fraud: the Impact of Enron, Worldcom, and Other Corporate Wrongdoing; An Overview of Employment Class Actions; Deposition Tips from the Trenches; Using Lawyer-Experts in Financial Litigation (Part 2); Ten Tips for Successful Attorney-Client Collaboration in Commercial Litigation; Law of the Litigator—Court Finds Proposed Settlement of NationsBank Plaintiffs’ Claims Fair, Adequate, and Reasonable; Finds no Fault with Class Action Mediation Process.

Purchase this digital issue for: $25.00 Add to Cart

Click on an article title to view/download the file

Article:

Planning with Clients for Effective Electronic Discovery (11 pp)
By Virginia Llewellyn

Developing and Presenting the “Good Company” Case (7 pp)
By John C. Childs

Lawyer Liability for Client Fraud: the Impact of Enron, Worldcom, and Other Corporate Wrongdoing (6 pp)
By Edward F. Mannino

An Overview of Employment Class Actions (9 pp)
By Robert L. Clayton and Bethany Brantley Johnson

Deposition Tips from the Trenches (3 pp)
By Christina M. Tchen

Using Lawyer-Experts in Financial Litigation (Part 2) (9 pp)
By Robert H. Davis, Jr.

Ten Tips for Successful Attorney-Client Collaboration in Commercial Litigation (4 pp)
By Larry H. Spector

Law of the Litigator—Court Finds Proposed Settlement of NationsBank Plaintiffs’ Claims Fair, Adequate, and Reasonable; Finds no Fault with Class Action Mediation Process (2 pp)
By John B. Spitzer

Back to Periodical Page