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Fall 2004 Mark A. Abramson
and Jared R. Green

The New Expert Reliability and Expert Disclosure Rules: What does R.S.A. 516:29 Require and Is It Constitutional?

 

Fall 2004 John M. Healy

Statement Analysis

 

Summer 2004 Charles G. Douglas, III

Child Support in Paternity Cases-- How Much Is Enough?

 

Summer 2004 Mark A. Abramson
and Kevin F. Dugan

Vicarious Liability in Action: Holding a Hospital Liable for the Malpractice of its Independent Anesthesiology Group

 

Summer 2004 Judith Gosselin

Computer Forensics-- What's It All About?

 

Summer 2004 Christine Cobb

Colossus-- Computerized Justice?

 

 Spring 2004  Eric R. Gardner

Young v. ATC et al : Lowering the Comp Bar Once More

 

 Spring 2004

Mark A. Abramson
and Kenneth C. Brown

Apportioning Fault to Settling Defendants Under Nilsson v. Bierman: Constitutional Considerations

 

Winter 2004  John M. Healy

The Professional Investigator as a Resource

 

Winter 2004 Kevin M. Leach
and David L. Nixon

Large Settlements from Small Facts: The Use of Trace Chemical Analysis to Obtain a $1M Settlement in an Unwitnessed Trip and Fall Involving Traumatic Brain Injury

 

Winter 2004  Kevin M. Leach
and Leslie C. Nixon
Preparation and Discovery Issues in a Products Liability Case

 

Fall 2003 John S. Kitchen

Settlement Special Needs Trusts

 

Fall 2003

Mark A. Abramson
and Kevin F. Dugan

Holding Hospitals Vicariously Liable for the Malpractice of Independent Contractor Physicians

 

Fall 2003 Eric G. Mart

The Assessment of Bonding in Child Custody and Dependency Cases

 

Fall 2003 Finis E. Williams, III

Attorney-Conducted Voir Dire-- It Helps!

 

Summer 2003

Mark A. Abramson
and Kevin F. Dugan

Res Ipsa Loquitur and Medical Malpractice

 

Spring 2003

Mark A. Abramson
and Kenneth C. Brown

HMO Liability IV: Protecting the Patient and Preserving States' Rights

 

Winter 2003

Kevin M. Leach
and David M. Nixon

Kimberle A. Lynch v. Robert Roeper: The Power of Proximate Cause in Obtaining a $1M Settlement in a Traffic "Pile-Up" Situation

 

Winter 2003

Mark A. Abramson
and Kenneth C. Brown

Discovery in New Hampshire's Federal Court: Play by the Rules or Else

 

Fall 2002 Wilbur A. Glahn, III,
and Cameron G. Shilling

The Cutting Edge of Trade Secrets: How Far Should the Law Go to Prevent Misappropriation by Memory and Inevitable Disclosure?

 

Fall 2002

Mark A. Abramson
and Kenneth C. Brown

The New Amendment to New Hampshire's Quality Assurance Privileges: Ensuring Substantially Broader Access to Factual Information in Medical Negligence Cases

 

Summer 2002 Ralph F. Holmes

Summary Jury Trial for Case Research and (Sometimes) as Settlement Tool

 

Summer 2002

Mark A. Abramson
and Kenneth C. Brown

Temporary Employees and the Borrowed Servant Rule: A Case Study

 

Summer 2002

Charles G. Douglas, III,
and Elizabeth M. Murphy

 

Video Surveillance in Civil Litigation in New Hampshire
Spring 2002

Mark A. Abramson
and Kenneth C. Brown

 

Payback: Health Insurance Liens in Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Cases After Great-West Life & Annuity v. Knudson
Spring 2002

J. Gary Gwilliam
and Kevin M. Leach

Book Review of  Fighting for Public Justice: Cases and Trial Lawyers that Made a Difference

 

Spring 2002 Kenneth D. Murphy

What Do You Have the Right to Know?

 

Spring 2002 Kenneth D. Murphy

Limitations on the Right-to-Know Law

 

Winter 2002

Mark A. Abramson
and Kenneth C. Brown

 

Recent Developments in New Hampshire Medical Malpractice Law
Fall 2001 Kevin M. Leach

TLPJ Seeks Public Access to Court Records Showing Insurers' Secret Agreement to Cheat Policyholders: Jury Issued $17 Million Bad Faith Verdict, but Key Evidence is Sealed

 

Fall 2001 Kevin M. Leach

Groundbreaking Settlement Achieved for Learning-Disabled Students in Suit Challenging Oregon's Educational Testing Program

 

Fall 2001 Mark A. Abramson 
and  Kevin F. Dugan

Overcoming the Quality Assurance Privilege in New Hampshire Medical Malpractice Claims

 

Summer 2001 Richard B. Risk

The Defense Sees the Handwriting on the Wall

 

Summer 2001 David L. Nixon
and Kevin M. Leach

New Hampshire's Civil Jury Instructions: Part of the Solution the Principal Problem?

 

Spring 2001

Mark A. Abramson 
and  Kevin F. Dugan

 

Handling the Failure to Diagnose Breast Cancer Malpractice Case
Spring 2001

David L. Nixon
and James W. Craig

 

The Saga of Senate Bill 459  
Spring 2001

Arthur H. Bryant
and Kevin M. Leach

 

Federal Preemption: Geier and Its Implications
Winter 2001

Nicholas D. Brown

 

NHTLA Lobbying: If We Don't Do It, Who Will?
Winter 2001

Ralph A. Barbagallo, Jr.
with Brenda Sanabria

 

Voir Dire in Civil Jury Trials
Winter 2001

Kevin F. Dugan
and Mark A. Abramson

 

Birth Injury and Cerebral Palsy Malpractice Claims
Fall 2000

Kenneth C. Brown
and Kenneth C. Brown

 

Sidestepping the Repeal of Joint and Several Liability: A Case Study
Summer 2000 Thomas E. Craig

Memorandum of Law in Support of Plaintiffs' Claim for Earning Impairment

 

Summer 2000 David L. Nixon

Trial Lawyering Basics

 

Spring 2000 Joseph F. McDowell, III,
and Mark D. Morrissette

Quid Pro Quo: Workers' Compensation and Uninsured Motorist Coverage

 

Spring 2000

Charles G. Douglas, III,
and Jerrold G. Slafsky

 

Suing the Insurance Agent: E & O Claims
Spring 2000

Kenneth C. Brown
and Kevin F. Dugan

 

Medical Expense Discounts and the Collateral Source Rule

Winter 2000

Mark A. Abramson
and Jared R. Green

 

Damages for Loss of Enjoyment of Life in Personal Injury Cases

                                        

 

 

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