Two Reasons Why You Should Take a Deposition

Enrico Fermi, Nobel Prize winner for Physics in 1938, once said, “There are two possible outcomes:…


Trial Advocacy Techniques (Part II)

In Part II of this Trial Advocacy Techniques series, I want to share some tips on opening statement…


Trial Advocacy Techniques (Part I)

This post explores some of the most important trial advocacy techniques of great trial lawyers that…


"Secrets of Great Trial Lawyers" (Part 1)

In my latest trial advocacy book, Turning Points at Trial, I interviewed thirteen of the greatest…


Five Reasons Not to Take a Deposition

Most lawyers decide to take depositions out of habit without ever thinking through the consequences…


Seasons over bearing air

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Signs likeness for may

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Greater open after grass

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The Conventional Wisdom is Wrong about Opening Statements

An opening statement is a speech by a lawyer given at the start of the trial that explains to the…


The Two Most Important Reasons to Take a Deposition

Enrico Fermi, Nobel Prize winner for Physics in 1938, once said, “There are two possible outcomes:…