Cal. Litig. 2022, VOLUME 35, ISSUE 2
- A Conversation With Ninth Circuit Judge John B. Owens
- Advanced Topics In Appellate Practice: the Path of Mastery
- From the Section Chair
- How Rights Went Wrong: Why Our Obsession With Rights Is Tearing America Apart
- It's Time To Fix Our Broken Discovery Civil Culture
- LITIGATION v. TRANSACTIONAL WORK: WHO'S THE "REAL LAWYER"?
- New Federal Legislation Raises Multiple Questions Regarding Litigation of Sexual Abuse and Sexual Harassment Cases and Affects Recent State Legislation
- PAST SECTION CHAIRS & EDITORS-IN-CHIEF
- SECTION OFFICERS & EDITORIAL BOARD
- Table of Contents
- Tell It To the Judge ... or the Jury ... or the Arbitrator? Before You Tell Your Story ... Know Your Audience!
- The Crest Opinions: Impeding Legislative Efforts To Diversify Corporate Boards
- The Power of Arbitrators To Decide Arbitrability — Delegation Clauses and Lessons From Caselaw
- U.S. v. NIXON, 50 YEARS LATER
- When May a Court Compel An Individual (Or Representative) Paga Claim To Arbitration?
- Editor's Foreword
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Written by Benjamin G. Shatz Editor-in-Chief
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