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The Practical Litigator - September 2005

In August, 2005 issue, articles on: A Litigation Primer On Diagnostic Imaging; The First Two Minutes Of The Opening Statement; Staging An Employment Drama: Winning Trial Techniques; The Psychology Of Case Themes; Litigation vs. Arbitration: Which Is Better For The Commercial Dispute?; Competence:Why You Were Hired In The First Place; Law of the litigator—Recent Developments Concerning Getting Evidence From Employees.

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Article:

Law of the litigator—Recent Developments Concerning Getting Evidence From Employees (3 pp)
By John B. Spitzer

A Litigation Primer On Diagnostic Imaging (16 pp)
By Samuel D. Hodge, Jr.

The First Two Minutes Of The Opening Statement (6 pp)
By Peter Perlman

Staging An Employment Drama: Winning Trial Techniques (10 pp)
By Robert M. Goldich

The Psychology Of Case Themes (8 pp)
By Robert F. Bettler, Jr. and Elizabeth R. Spievak

Litigation vs. Arbitration: Which Is Better For The Commercial Dispute? (8 pp)
By Tarek F. Abdalla

Competence:Why You Were Hired In The First Place (6 pp)
By Lawrence J. Fox and Susan R. Martyn

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