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Nick Kahl

The many victims of the Catholic Church cover-up

The Archdiocese of Los Angeles posted files concerning child-abusing priests on its website—more than 12,000 pages of documents—after being order to do so by the Federal…

Harmony Miller

A “Red Rider” for Wheels of Justice

The American Association for Justice Winter Convention is just around the corner, and I couldn’t be more excited. I look forward to hearing some of the best trial lawyers in the…

Nick Kahl

Civil Rights issue to go before the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court said last month that it will look at the constitutionality of an important component of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (VRA).

Section 5 of the VRA was enacted by Congress to…

Emily Terriquez

Holiday Driving Safety

As you prepare to travel this holiday season, take a few steps to make sure you safely reach your destination. The Thanksgiving holiday is one of the busiest on the roads and can be…

Tom D'Amore

The Two Trillion-Dollar Fix

America’s storied infrastructure is crumbling. Almost no one disputes the advancing state of disrepair. Yet, this issue has been conspicuously absent from most political dialogue this…

Harmony Miller

Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentives & the Patient Experience

Hundreds of thousands of practices and hospitals have foregone bulky paper charts in favor of electronic health record (EHR) systems. Electronic health records (EHRs) have become a…

Douglas Oh-Keith

Facebook and the Personal Injury Litigant

By this point most of us are aware of social networking sites, the current darling being Facebook, which has taken over from MySpace, which took over from Friendster and so on and so on. An…

Nick Kahl

The second coming of Jim Crow: the myth of voter identity fraud

“The thing that’s different from the days of Jim Crow is the phony pretext of combating voter fraud. Voter identity fraud is all but nonexistent, but the assertion that it might…

Nick Kahl

Live from the DNC: An attack on the judicial system

There are two sacred places in the United States of America where an individual directly interacts with our democracy: the voting booth and the jury box.

For years now, the far-right…

Emily Terriquez

A Lawyer Goes to Jury Duty

When I first got my summons in the mail, I was excited. I would finally have an understanding of what jurors went through before they got to the courtroom. I knew that as an injury…