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January 2021



Features
Special Feature: Employment Law Intro
 
Post-COVID Employer Challenges
by: Chris M. Mason and Dina G. Aouad
COVID-19 and Essential Workers
by: Dr. Martina Cartwright and Denise Blommel
A Shift Toward Remote Working
by: Joshua C. Black
Home Injuries and Workers' Compensation
by: Matt C. Fendon and Ryan Murphy
Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Law
by: Joshua R. Woodard and Jennifer R. Yee
Employer Duties in Wage Garnishment
by: Jodi R. Bohr
The ADA, the FMLA and Paid Sick Leave
by: Helen Holden and Gail I. Cohen
The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
by: Juliet S. Burgess
Calculating Economic Damages in Ninth Circuit Cases
by: Charles L. Baum II
Determining Earning Capacity Amid Changes
by: Brad Taft
Cyberbullying in the Workplace
by: Thomas A. Jacobs

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 - 2020


Features
Editor's Letter
by: Tim Eigo, Editor
Confer With a Consultant ASAP
by: Dr. Art Eckstat
An Introduction to Misleading Charts: When Good Data Is Plotted Badly
by: Brian Foltyn
Defining Scope Limitations Imposed On Experts
by: Josephine Giordano & Beth Jo Zeitzer
Keeping Your Damages Claims On-Track
by: Scott Evans
What Is Your Earnings Capacity?
by: Stan V. Smith, Ph.D. with Kyle Lauterhahn
How Foreseeable Was It?
by: Andrew P. Sutor
Special Section: 2020 Expert Witness Guide


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