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Deposition Notebook, 4th
A convenient central storage system for discovery plan and discovery data that then serves as a standardized retrieval system.
Litigating Premises Security Cases
This publication provides a guide to representing injured persons in cases involving inadequate security on premises, including sample litigation forms.
Book (Full Set): $265.00
Litigating Tort Cases
This set, written by 100 leading plaintiff’s attorneys, provides expert strategies for dealing with all areas of tort practice.
Litigating Major Automobile Injury and Death Cases, 2012-2013 ed.
Provides clear guidance on representing major automobile injury and death cases, and strategies for winning damage awards with the least expenditure of effort.
Litigating Brain Injuries
Cowritten by a leading attorney and neuropsychiatrist, this work provides the legal and medical tools to handle brain injury cases.
Litigating Mass Tort Cases
This sep-by-step guide details the legal underpinnings of mass tort law, both substantive and procedural, while providing how-to guidance.
Annotated Opening Statements
This book from AAJ Press offers insight into strategies, preparations, and practices used to develop winning opening statements.
Litigating Minor Impact Soft Tissue Cases, 2012-2013 ed.
This guide provides plaintiff’s attorneys with legal and medical guidance on handling minor impact soft tissue cases.
Crashworthiness Litigation, 2d
Complete guide to products liability crashworthiness litigation. Expert advice on connecting your client’s injuries to flawed vehicle design.
Trial Notebook, 6th
Helps you effectively manage your case through trial and to understand, analyze, and monitor all stages of a lawsuit, including client interviews, case research and settlement negotiations.
Negotiating and Settling Tort Cases, 2013 ed.
A comprehensive guide to effective settlement techniques in the context of personal injury litigation.
Courtroom Persuasion: Winning with Art, Drama and Science, 2 ed.
A master litigator and former AAJ president explains how to use the dramatic techniques of courtroom persuasion to formulate a cohesive, winning trial strategy.
Neurolaw: Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries
Current medical information, litigation techniques, and legal analysis for brain and spinal cord injuries.
Litigating Nursing Home Abuse Cases
This product provides the tools needed to win the complex nursing home case, including sample forms.
Blue’s Guide to Jury Selection
Designed to help you select the best possible jury for your trial. It familiarizes you with relevant issues and provides detailed, practical instructions and aids.
Litigating Truck Accident Cases, 2012-2013 ed.
Provides a detailed road map to success in cases involving personal injury, death, and/or damages caused by trucks or commercial trailers.
Components of a Trial: Final Arguments
This guide from AAJ Press (formerly ATLA Press) discusses effective final arguments, including how to avoid common pitfalls, handle mistakes, clarify a complex case, and make the most of judicial instructions. Summations are included from three of the author’s cases: Block v. General Signal Corp., Cortes v. Ryder Truck Rental, Inc., and Procaccini v. Sears, Roebuck & Co.
Litigating Business and Commercial Tort Cases, 2013 ed.
This one-volume practice guide with forms covers the many causes of action subsumed under the term “business torts.” The book explains the law for each cause of action and how to practice in each area for maximum effect. It provides the forms needed to handle a case, sample jury instructions, pleadings, and forms of discovery