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Trial Lesson: Don’t ‘Pop the Corks’ Too Early

Plaintiff’s attorney Brent Wisner had a winning closing argument, but then the judge had something to say. Judge Suzanne Ramos Bolanos didn’t like the […]

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  16 October 2018
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Mississippi’s Billion Dollar Bench Trial

For some attorneys, opting for a bench trial is a peculiar bit of strategy that can help to ensure that complex cases are properly […]

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  16 October 2018
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North Carolina Opens Legal Borders to Help Disaster Victims

You can practice law in North Carolina no matter where you are, if you are ready to help disaster victims. Because of Hurricane Florence, […]

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  15 October 2018
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When to Sue Co-Counsel: Only If It Hurts

Good lawyers know to tell clients not to sue if it’s not worth it — financially. Especially those clients who say it’s about principal; […]

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  15 October 2018
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Washington State S. Ct. Gets Rid of Death Penalty

The Washington State Supreme Court has put an end to the state imposing the death penalty. Effectively, anyone sentenced to die in the state […]

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  12 October 2018
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How NOT to Handle In-Chambers Conferences

There are a thousand things lawyers should do in court. Always respect the judge, make eye contact with jurors, be civil to opposing counsel, […]

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  12 October 2018
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When Friends Ask for, Then Don’t Take, Your Legal Advice

Most lawyers out there have non-lawyer friends that will ask for off-the-cuff legal advice. And while we’ve all been trained to tell that friend […]

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  11 October 2018
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Improve Creativity and Productivity With Smart Lights

The light bulb industry has come a long long way since Thomas Edison was credited with inventing the lightbulb. Thanks to the development of […]

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  10 October 2018
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7 More #LawTwitter Accounts That’ll Make You Laugh

While there is quite a bit of serious discussion that happens on #LawTwitter and #AppellateTwitter, there’s also quite a bit of joking around. And […]

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  9 October 2018
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Going From Data Dump to Trial

When litigating, one of the tried and true tactics of both plaintiffs and defendants is the infamous data dump. When initial disclosures and discovery […]

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  8 October 2018
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