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Expert witness travel dilemmas: a pilot study of billing practices.
Ethical aspects of competence for sexual relationships: a case of adult sibling incest.
Straining the limits of clinical, legal, and ethical standards: the mentally ill HIV-seropositive patient.
Expert witness billing practices revisited: a pilot study of further data.
Aftermath of the Rogers decision: assessing the costs.
Sanctity, secrecy, and silence: dilemmas in clinical confidentiality.
Drugging a defendant: arm-chair ethics?
Psychiatric expert witnesses in the new millennium.
Attorneys' requests for complete tax records from opposing expert witnesses: some approaches to the problem.
"The whole truth" versus "the admissible truth": an ethics dilemma for expert witnesses.
The judge, the adversary posture, the rhetoric of generalization.
A date with death: management of time-based and contingent suicidal intent.
On wearing two hats: role conflict in serving as both psychotherapist and expert witness.
Prohibiting lawyer-client sex.
Contrasting ethical policies of physicians and psychologists concerning interrogation of detainees.
An expert who listened to a telephonic deposition without announcing his presence.
Ethical issues in sexual misconduct by clinicians.
Substituted judgement and the physician's ethical dilemma: with special reference to the problem of the psychiatric patient.
Response to the article "Determining resuscitation status: a survey of medical professionals," by Perry et al.