Presentation of Exhibits in a Premises Liability Case — A Practical Primer - Scott Anderson

Premises liability cases present special problems and opportunities for trial presentation and effective use of exhibits. In order to achieve the best result, plaintiff’s counsel must effectively use liability and damages exhibits to grab attention and keep it... Read More.

2015-2016 North Carolina Employment Law Update - Jessica Leaven

2014-2015 North Carolina Employment Law Update - Jessica Leaven

This paper summarizes published employment law decisions and selected unpublished decisions from the North Carolina Supreme Court and the North Carolina Court of Appeals from June 1, 2014 to June 1, 2015... Read More.


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