The Sedona Conference Journal® - Volume 1

Journal Year: 
September, 2000

Fall 2000


Table Of Contents
Looking Forward - Professor Jay Tidmarsh
Who’s Administering What for Whom? - Richard Neely, Esq.
Using Jury Research to Understand, Structure & Present Your Case - Barbara Kacir, Esq.
Managing Mass Tort Cases - Dianne M. Nast
A Simplified Approach to Computer-Generated Evidence and Animations - Gregory P. Joseph, Esq.
Getting to Settled - The Honorable Jacob P. Hart
The Pros and Cons of ADR - Vance K. Opperman, Esq.
Changes in the Wind: New Decisions in Antitrust - Daniel R. Shulman, Esq.
Issues in the Law on Parallel Conduct and Proof of Conspiracy - George G. Gordon, Esq
The Antitrust/Intellectual Property Interface - Carl Schwarz
Vertical Restraints - Elliot S. Kaplan
Class Actions Challenging Managed Care Abuses - Michael D. Hausfeld and Margaret Farrell
The Class Action Assault on Managed Health Care; Is the Cure Worse Than the Disease? - Robert F. McDermott, Jr.
Common Law Liability of HMO’s and Primary Care Physicians - Joshua Vincent
The Nuts, Bolts, and Politics of the Evolution of Music Law - Lionel S. Sobel

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