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The Practical Litigator - March 2004

In March, 2004 issue, articles on: Common Sense Trial Preparation In A High-Tech World; How To Find And Get The Most Out Of Your Medical Malpractice Expert; Expert Witness Malpractice Actions: Emerging Trend Or Aberration?; Electronic Records: What To Look And Ask For (with Glossary); The Technology You Need To Project The Vision Of Your Case; Strategies For Defending Claims Under Section 11 Of The Securities Act Of 1933; Law of the Litigator—Bankruptcy Trustee May Probe Law Firm’s Work Product; Firm’s Records May Help Creditor Assert Claim Against Another Party That Is Jointly Liable With Debtor.

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Common Sense Trial Preparation In A High-Tech World (12 pp)
By Elaine L. Spencer

How To Find And Get The Most Out Of Your Medical Malpractice Expert (7 pp)
By Charles P. Kimmelman, M.D.

Expert Witness Malpractice Actions: Emerging Trend Or Aberration? (12 pp)
By Laurie Strauch Weiss

Electronic Records: What To Look And Ask For (with Glossary) (8 pp)
By Lorie J. Marco and Katie M. Connoly

The Technology You Need To Project The Vision Of Your Case (6 pp)
By James W. Martin

Strategies For Defending Claims Under Section 11 Of The Securities Act Of 1933 (8 pp)
By Michael J. Biles, Jennifer R. Brannen, and Michelle Reed

Law of the Litigator—Bankruptcy Trustee May Probe Law Firm’s Work Product; Firm’s Records May Help Creditor Assert Claim Against Another Party That Is Jointly Liable With Debtor (2 pp)
By John B. Spitzer

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