Jury Selection – An important civic duty

  Most people cringe when they receive a notice to appear at Jury Duty.  It is a civic duty that interrupts our work and family activities, hence it invokes anxiety. However, when we appear at the courthouse to answer ready for duty, it becomes clear that being a part of … [+]

Vetting an attorney – Questions to ask to decide which attorney is best for your legal issue

Choosing an attorney is not unlike choosing any other professional, with some exceptions.  Here are a few pointers to help you decide how to choose an attorney who is best suited to help you with your legal issues: How many years of experience in a particular field of law does … [+]

Outline of a Lawsuit – The REAL “pre-trial conference” on Day One

After you have spent an entire weekend, 12 hours a day, preparing your witnesses, reading all depositions transcripts, contacted your expert witnesses to schedule their appearance, reviewing police reports, and written a draft of your Opening Statement, you are now ready to have a real trial conference with the judge … [+]