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Attacking the Electronic Medical Record

Posted September 8, 2015 in
New York Law Journal September 8, 2015 TuesdaySECTION: EXPERT ANALYSIS; Pg. p.3, col.1 Vol. 254 No. 47 LENGTH: 2131 wordsHEADLINE: Attacking the Electronic Medical Record; TRIAL ADVOCACY BYLINE: Ben Rubinowitz And Evan TorganBODY:The electronic age has paved the way for speedy retrieval of medical records. It has allowed for instantaneous access to records that only...
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Using Operative Terms From Jury Charge in Cross-Exam

Posted August 13, 2015 in
New York Law Journal Thursday, July 26, 2007 Headline: Using Operative Terms From Jury Charge in Cross-Exam Byline: Ben B. Rubinowitz and Evan Torgan The ultimate goal of cross-examination is to elicit facts to provide support for the argument you wish to make on summation. To accomplish this goal, advance planning is the key....
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The Cross Examination of the Defense Economist

Posted August 13, 2015 in
New York Law Journal Friday, October 31, 2008 Headline: The Cross Examination of the Defense Economist Byline: Ben Rubinowitz and Evan Torgan In garden-variety personal injury cases, the defense generally will not put on its own economist. Instead, it will have its economist acting behind the scenes, preparing the defense for cross-examination of the...
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Proving Damages in a Wrongful Death Case

Posted August 13, 2015 in
New York Law Journal Tuesday, October 23, 2007 Headline: Proving Damages in a Wrongful Death Case Byline: Ben Rubinowitz and Evan Torgan The trial of a wrongful death case presents interesting and challenging issues. The laws regarding damages for wrongful death are old-fashioned, out of date and archaic. At common law, the personal injury...
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The Art of Jury Selection: Working With Challenges

Posted August 13, 2015 in
New York Law Journal Friday, August 29, 2008 Headline: The Art of Jury Selection: Working With Challenges Byline: Ben Rubinowitz and Evan Torgan It has been said that the purpose of jury selection is to select a 'fair and impartial' jury. The trial lawyer, as his client's advocate, must, however, always keep the ultimate...
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