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Defense Law Journal is a collection of articles with the latest commentary by practitioners and law professors on tough legal issues facing defendants in civil cases. Editor Dick Patterson has culled the best articles from hundreds of scholarly and professional journals. Each issue contains two to four articles of value to defense, insurance, and corporate counsel.
Recent issues have covered such topics as:
• Trial techniques
• Expert witnesses
• Products liability
• Legal malpractice
• Wrongful termination
• Medical evidence
• Settlement strategy
• Conflicts of interest between insurer and insured
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