Solo practitioners are constantly faced with tackling multiple jobs while trying to achieve the most important goal: building a successful law practice. If you’re a solo, in addition to being a lawyer, you have to be a small business owner, ...Read More »
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. – Throw away your copy of the 10 Commandments, urges Gerald F. Ivey. He doesn’t mean the book of Exodus. He means the 10 Commandments of Cross-Examination, a popular guide and lecture series by the late ...Read More »
When it comes to analyzing a jury’s determination of damages, everyone has a theory. After all of the expert preparation, conjecture and plain guesses, in the end jurors often decide according to no formula, with the exact number virtually unpredictable. ...Read More »
In the futuristic movie “I Robot,” Will Smith’s detective speaks to a computer-generated hologram of the scientist whose death he is investigating. When the detective’s questions veer off from being clear and simple, the hologram intones, “I’m sorry, my responses ...
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