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Jury Instructions: A Road Map for Trial Counsel

Jury Instructions: A Road Map for Trial Counsel

February 1, 2004

Jury instructions provide the opportunity to tell the jurors about the law they must apply to find in your favor. What could be more important? Yet jury instructions are all too often an afterthought, prepared at the last minute when trial counsel is preoccupied with other, “more important” matters. Beware. Simply put, those other matters are not more important.

Telecom and Technology Litigation Update - January 2004

Telecom and Technology Litigation Update - January 2004

January 30, 2004

COURT QUASHES SUBPOENA SEEKING IDENTITIES OF PEER-TO-PEER FILE TRADERS

Capitol Report - January 20, 2004

Capitol Report - January 20, 2004

January 20, 2004

2004 Legislature will have a comprehensive health care focus.

Products Liability Case of the Month - October 2003

Products Liability Case of the Month - October 2003

November 5, 2003

$10 Million Verdict reversed in E.I. Du Pont Nemours and Company v. Desarrollo Industrial Bioacuatico S.A.

Significant Appellate Decision - Minor Child's Damages Under Florida's Wrongful Death Statute

Significant Appellate Decision - Minor Child's Damages Under Florida's Wrongful Death Statute

November 4, 2003

The damages recoverable by a minor child under Florida's Wrongful Death Statute should be calculated based on the joint life expectancies of the minor child and the deceased parent.

Telecom and Technology Litigation Update - October 2003

Telecom and Technology Litigation Update - October 2003

October 31, 2003

Court rules that breach-of-contract action is not barred by the Filed-Rate Doctrine.

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