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The Practical Litigator - January 2004

In January, 2004 issue, articles on: Litigating The Administrative Law Case; Are Attorney Contingency Fees Included In A Client’s Gross Taxable Income?; It’s Rarely Too Late To Say You’re Sorry; How To Bar Claims Not Disclosed In Bankruptcy; The Psychology Of Medical Malpractice Litigation; Some Thoughts About Opening Statements; Law of the Litigator—Court Looks to Restatement Concerning Privilege Issue Arising In Redistricting Discovery Dispute.

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Article:

Litigating The Administrative Law Case (10 pp)
By Daniel Riesel and Elizabeth Read

Are Attorney Contingency Fees Included In A Client’s Gross Taxable Income? (14 pp)
By Robert S. Schwartz

It’s Rarely Too Late To Say You’re Sorry (10 pp)
By Bradley M. Henry

How To Bar Claims Not Disclosed In Bankruptcy (5 pp)
By Jeffrey A. Dailey

The Psychology Of Medical Malpractice Litigation (10 pp)
By Michael J. Saks

Some Thoughts About Opening Statements (5 pp)
By Eliot G. Disner

Law of the Litigator—Court Looks to Restatement Concerning Privilege Issue Arising In Redistricting Discovery Dispute (2 pp)
By John B. Spitzer

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