January 24, 2019
electronic discovery

A Barrister Approach to E-Discovery and Digital Evidence

Decades ago, trial attorneys could pretend that electronic evidence did not exist.  There was a time when personal computers were an extravagant personal purchase and bulky […]
January 8, 2019
State Bars Starting to Mandate Tech CLE Credits! Are You Compliant?

State Bars Starting to Mandate Tech CLE Credits! Are You Compliant?

Ten to fifteen years ago, one could still find lawyers bragging about their unwillingness to adopt technology in any form.  Those days are long gone.  Indeed, […]
October 4, 2018
Cataloging Case Documents: A Core Trial Lawyer’s Skill

Cataloging Case Documents: A Core Trial Lawyer’s Skill

Virtually all civil cases are driven by documents.  Personal injury lawyers must gather and manage medical records and damages documentation.  Business litigators must collect company records […]
May 31, 2018
SIMPLIFYING FEDERAL CIVIL PROCEDURE

SIMPLIFYING FEDERAL CIVIL PROCEDURE

Alongside the Federal Rules of Evidence, a working knowledge of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure is mandatory for anyone who hopes to build a civil-trial […]
May 14, 2018
Are Bar Associations Relevant Anymore?

Are Bar Associations Relevant Anymore?

Law360 recently reported that layoffs have hit the American Bar Association (ABA) following years of declining membership rates, with approximately 4% of the ABA’s workforce expected […]
April 24, 2018
Simplifying Electronic Discovery

Simplifying Electronic Discovery

In an age when vast amounts of electronic data can affect the outcome of litigation, the rules of electronic discovery (eDiscovery) can no longer be ignored. […]
April 16, 2018
Evaluating #MeToo Cases

Evaluating #MeToo Cases: Part II

My Perspective as a Trial Consultant Like other civil cases, sexual harassment cases can have shortcomings: for instance, dubious #MeToo witnesses and clients with unrealistic expectations. […]
April 11, 2018
Simplifying the Admission of Evidence

Simplifying the Admission of Evidence

Mastering evidence law is foundational to anyone building a civil-trial practice, be it personal injury, medical malpractice, business litigation or employment law. Yet the complexity of […]
February 18, 2018
Evaluating #MeToo Cases

Evaluating #MeToo Cases: Part 1

My Perspective as a Male Employment Lawyer Recently, the Internet and media were ablaze about the so-called #MeToo movement. For the most part, this hashtag gave […]
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