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Expect Bias Statements to be Unreliable and Often Overcorrected

USA - July 24 2017 Jurors and judges sit in court and evaluate credibility. They continuously assess who is telling the truth and who isn't. But what is the bias in...


Compensate for Dry Style or Dry Material: Seven Ways

USA - July 20 2017 Imagine this: Your success as an attorney or a witness requires a painstaking dig into the fine points of securities trading. Or offshore corporation...


Treat Your Social Profile Like Your Public Profile

USA - July 17 2017 "Careful what you email" has become a pretty important consideration in Washington lately, and not just for the politicians. This past week, Marc...


Be the Director of Your Witness's Direct Examination

USA - July 6 2017 When we think of the most exciting moments in Hollywood's version of a trial, direct examination isn't among them. The act of putting on your own...


Don't Let Anti-Lawyer Assumptions Keep You Out of the Courtroom

USA - June 15 2017 It's an occupational hazard: If you're a lawyer, then you're going to hear lawyer jokes. One that I'm fond of is, "There is really only one lawyer...