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Clients stressed by lawsuits? Communicate!

Posted in Client Relations

I came across a New York Times article that stated what, to most, would appear obvious – that litigation is stressful!  While the author, a physician, oriented her thoughts towards physicians sued in medical malpractice matters, the premise holds true for any defendant dragged unwillingly into litigation.  While we as litigators are comfortable ‘operating’ in… Continue Reading

Posting personal information on the internet can be hazardous…if you are a litigant!

Posted in e-Discovery and Social Media

Everyone that has watched a ‘cop’ television show or movie has heard the following phrase: “you have the right to remain silent…anything you say can and will be used against you”. Most of us can also probably recall the origin of that phrase; for those who cannot, I will remind you. The phrase comes from… Continue Reading