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September 2017



Features
Key Former Employees: Does Lawyer-Client Privilege Apply?
by: Marc R. Lieberman and Andrew L. McNichol
State Bar Membership Survey
by: Rick DeBruhl
SCOTUS v. The Gettysburg Address: How the Court Gutted the 14th Amendment, Part 2
by: Robert J. McWhirter
Social Change Amends the First Amendment
by: Hon. George T. Anagnost (Reviewed by)
Convention Highlights
 

Arizona Verdicts
by: West’s Jury Verdicts - Arizona Reports


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Special Feature
Expert Witness Guide
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Expert Witness Guide - 2017


Features
From the Editor
by: Tim Eigo, Editor
Dollars and Sense: Working Effectively With Financial Experts
by: Melissa Iyer Julian
Top 10 Reasons You Should Pay Your Expert Witnesses
by: Scott Greene
Lawyers Who Act As Expert Witnesses: Ethical Best Practices
by: Lisa M. Panahi and Ann Ching
10 Things They Don't Teach You in Law School About Working With Expert Witnesses
by: Aaron T. Lloyd
The New Advantage of the Expert Witness Appraiser
by: Cameron J. Palmer
When Hired Guns Misfire: An Expert Witness Guide to Liabilities, Privileges and Immunities
by: David D. Dodge

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