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  • Trial Notebook

    A Missouri police officer admitted using a two-step technique to sidestep Miranda v. Arizona when interrogating Patrice Seibert about a fire that killed a teenager in her mobile home.
  • Lawyers' Forum

    Hatch-Waxman litigation often results in a settlement prior to a trial on the merits, and due to the lucrative nature of pharmaceutical products as well as the unique regulatory framework of the Hatch-Waxman Act, these agreements are often structured as “pay-for-delay” or reverse payment settlements.
  • Cotter’s Corner

    Our nation’s founding documents make lofty statements of equality and justice for all. The preamble to the Constitution begins, “We the People of the United States,” making no distinction to gender or race.
  • Toxic Tort Talk

    Under a negligence theory, Kesner v. Superior Court holds that manufacturers owe a duty of care to prevent harm resulting from secondary exposure to hazardous substances, such as asbestos or chemicals.
  • This Day in Legal History

    See if you know what happened on This Day in Legal History with Karen Conti.
  • Policyholder Perspective

    A recent 1st District Appellate Court decision provides important guidance on the rules for indemnification where a settlement resolves both covered and uncovered claims.
  • Forensic Consult

    By now, we all know (and if you don’t, it might be time to start looking at those advance sheets again): Data searches of cellphones incident to arrest run afoul of the Fourth Amendment.
    Sporting Judgment
  • Sports, Business & the Law

    In 2012, almost a decade of Tour de France results were erased from history, and no official winner currently exists for the race from 1999-2005. Since the October 2012 release of the Reasoned Decision by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), the public has directed its discontent almost entirely at Lance Armstrong.
  • ST. LOUIS — Like many young baseball players, Aaron Senne dreamed of fame and fortune when he signed his first contract as a Miami Marlins’ draft choice after a record-breaking college career at Missouri.
  • Sports Marketing Playbook

    While the best players and teams in the world are competing on the pitch, major Internet and social media players are going all out for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
  • Non-Billable Hours
  • LOS ANGELES — Even though Rupert Murdoch’s $76 billion bid for rival media giant Time Warner Inc. has been rejected, that doesn’t mean how you watch TV shows and movies will stop changing any time soon.
  • When Zach Braff took to Kickstarter to fund his new movie, “Wish I Was Here,” he explained to fans where their money would go: It would ensure his creative control, allow him to cast the actors he wanted and enable him to shoot in Los Angeles, rather than someplace cheaper.
  • Prepared pizza dough makes this recipe from Amy Aebersold a snap to prepare.
  • Literary Argument

    The fine art of forgetting children comes in various iterations, all of them essentially sad, too many of them infuriating.
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