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  •  When the lawsuit ends: Understanding the emotional aftermath
    When the lawsuit ends: Understanding the emotional aftermath

    You two went to battle together; maybe even war. She saw you at your worst and you saw her try to do her best in spite of it. In the end, you probably got a result you can live with. It might not have ...

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  • Holding Businesses Accountable: Attorneys vs Regulations
    Holding Businesses Accountable: Attorneys vs Regulations

    Regulation Isn’t Working – That’s Why We Need Lawsuits One thing many Republicans and Democrats seem to agree – at least those who own businesses – is that American businesses are overly burdened by ...

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  • Jury Duty: A Lawyer’s Perspective
    Jury Duty: A Lawyer’s Perspective

    I got so excited recently when I opened the mail to find my biennial jury summons. I’m one of those people who seems to get summoned every other year. But unlike most, I actually look forward to it. ...

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  • What kind of case do I have? How getting it wrong could keep you from recovering
    What kind of case do I have? How getting it wrong could keep you from recovering

    While you m ay think the type of claim you have is obvious, it may not be so clear under the law. There are times when the same set of circumstances can give rise to numerous different legal claims. ...

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  • Professional Negligence: Stories (And Advice) From My Case Files
    Professional Negligence: Stories (And Advice) From My Case Files

    When people hear the word “malpractice,” it typically conjures an image of greedy trial lawyers filing frivolous lawsuits trying to collect on bogus claims and put good doctors out of business. ...

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  • Your personal injury claim: It’s not about your injuries; it’s about who hurt you.
    Your personal injury claim: It’s not about your injuries; it’s about who hurt you.

    A frustrating part of practicing personal injury law is advising clients on whether to accept a settlement or take their case to trial. Clients are understandably confused. They’ve got a ...

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