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Social Science Research Methods For Litigation

Author : Donald E. Vinson
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Genre : Law
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This work for the litigator demonstrates how to use social and behavioral science theories in such areas as venue analysis, jury selection, trial strategy, exhibit design, and jury simulation.

Aba Journal

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The ABA Journal serves the legal profession. Qualified recipients are lawyers and judges, law students, law librarians and associate members of the American Bar Association.

Family Evaluation In Custody Litigation

Author : G. Andrew H. Benjamin
ISBN : 1557989532
Genre : Law
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Provides a child assessment protocol for both families and evaluators to minimize malpractice or ethical infractions.

Cultural Expertise And Litigation

Author : Livia Holden
ISBN : 9781136735219
Genre : Law
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Cultural Expertise and Litigation addresses the role of social scientists as a source of expert evidence, and is a product of their experiences and observations of cases involving litigants of South Asian origin. What is meant in court by "culture," "custom" and "law"? How are these concepts understood by witnesses, advocates, judges and litigants? How far are cross-cultural understandings facilitated - or obscured - in the process? What strategies are adopted? And which ones turn out to be successful in court? How is cultural understanding – and misunderstanding – produced in these circumstances? And how, moreover, do the decisions in these cases not only reflect, but impact, upon the law and the legal procedure? Cultural Expertise and Litigation addresses these questions, as it elicits the patterns, conflicts and narratives that characterize the legal role of social scientists in a variety of de facto plural settings – including immigration and asylum law, family law, citizenship law and criminal law.

Litigation Costs Funding And Behaviour

Author : Willem H. van Boom
ISBN : 9781317104230
Genre : Law
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This collection explores the practical operation of the law in the area of litigation costs and funding, and confronts the issue of how exposure to cost risks affects litigation strategy. It looks at the interaction of the relevant legal regime, regulatory framework and disciplinary rules with the behaviour of litigants, courts and legislatures, examining subjects such as cost rules and funding arrangements. The book discusses a wide range of topics such as cost-shifting rules, funding and mass tort litigation, cost rules and third-party funding (TPF) rules in specific areas such as intellectual property (IP) litigation, commercial arbitration, investment arbitration, the role of legal expense insurance arrangements, fee regulation and professional ethics. The contributors include renowned scholars, experts in their respective fields and well-versed individuals in both civil procedure and the practice of litigation, arbitration and finance. Together, they present a broad approach to the issues of costs, cost-shifting rules and third-party funding. This volume adds to the existent literature in combining topics in law and practice and presents an analysis of the most recent developments in this fast developing area.

Inter Alia

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Contemporary Issues In Employment Relations

Author : David Lewin
ISBN : 0913447927
Genre : Business & Economics
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In Contemporary Issues in Industrial Relations, a large and diverse group of contributors provides a new thematic treatment of key employment relations issues. These topics include: collective bargaining, worker disability, the return to work, alternative dispute resolution, managerial misclassification and violations of overtime law, new developments in performance-based pay, and retirement from work and managing one's own money. David Lewin's introduction integrates these topics, and a closing roundtable chapter provides a range of perspectives on the book's themes.

Historians As Expert Judicial Witnesses In Tobacco Litigation

Author : Ramses Delafontaine
ISBN : 9783319142920
Genre : Law
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Historian Ramses Delafontaine presents an engaging examination of a controversial legal practice: the historian as an expert judicial witness. This book focuses on tobacco litigation in the U.S. wherein 50 historians have witnessed in 314 court cases from 1986 to 2014. The author examines the use of historical arguments in court and investigates how a legal context influences historical narratives and discourse in forensic history. Delafontaine asserts that the courtroom is a performative and fact-making theatre. Nonetheless, he argues that the civic responsibility of the historian should not end at the threshold of the courtroom where history and truth hang in the balance. The book is divided into three parts featuring an impressive range of European and American case studies. The first part provides a theoretical framework on the issues which arise when history and law interact. The second part gives a comparative overview of European and American examples of forensic history. This part also reviews U.S. legal rules and case law on expert evidence, as well as extralegal challenges historians face as experts. The third part covers a series of tobacco-related trials. With remunerations as high as hundreds of thousands of dollars and no peer-reviewed publications or communication on the part of the historians hired by the tobacco companies the question arises whether some historians are willing to trade their reputation and that of their university for the benefit of an interested party. The book further provides 50 expert profiles of the historians active in tobacco litigation, lists detailing the manner of the expert’s involvement, and West Law references to these cases. This book offers profound and thought-provoking insights on the post-war forensification of history from an interdisciplinary perspective. In this way, Delafontaine makes a stirring call for debate on the contemporary engagement of historians as expert judicial witnesses in U.S. tobacco litigation.

Res Gestae

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Statistical Methods In Discrimination Litigation

Author : Kaye
ISBN : 0824775147
Genre : Mathematics
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Helping expert witnesses and consultants fulfill their professional responsibility by choosing the best statistical method for specific legal situations, this valuable reference surveys the most common methods already in use, describes their flaws and problems, anticipates significant new difficulties not previously identified, and supports the development and application of more refined techniques suited to the phenomena of discrimination. Statistical Methods in Discrimination Litigation considers the legal theories that underlie the collection and analysis of data for courtroom use ... discusses essential statistical techniques, such as the odds ratio, Mantel-Haenszel test, multiple linear regression analyses, competing psychometric concepts of fairness, and more ... outlines means of improving statistical presentations in court by more sophisticated data analysis techniques ... and brings together materials and references from law, statistics, and psychology in a unique synthesis. Introducing statisticians and social scientists to the legal concepts and methodological issues necessary for proving or rebutting claims of discrimination with statistical evidence, Statistical Methods in Discrimination Litigation is an important reference for applied statisticians; economists; psychologists; sociologists; attorneys and judges involved in discrimination litigation as well as experts who consult or testify in discrimination cases; advanced undergraduate statistics courses; and law school and graduate economics seminars on discrimination. Book jacket.

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