Litigation interviews one of the most renowned judges in the history of the federal judiciary.
Sun Tzu’s words for warriors apply equally to preparing for the conflict of trial.
A judge points out differences—and some similarities—between trial and war.
Extending professional courtesies is a smart litigation strategy that conserves client resources.
Many parents are wrongly accused of child endangerment; clearing them requires an unusual combination of legal expertise from many fields of law.
What today’s litigators need to know about debarment, illustrated by an examination of the World Bank’s administrative sanctions process.
Litigation takes a look at carbon copy prosecutions, in which multiple countries punish the same transnational conduct.
“Double jeopardy” has no standard international meaning.
Courage is the defining quality of great lawyers. How can we learn it and from whom?
Most trial work has much in common with the intimacy of performing on a small stage.
An American judge travels into the heat and confusion of Liberia with Lawyers Without Borders.
Behind the mad dash to introduce social media evidence lies potentially complex issues of authentication and hearsay.
A discussion of how to direct an audience’s perception of who did what at the level of sentences and clauses.
Partnership obligations are serious and exacting, but few lawyers think about them anymore.
Mediation settles cases efficiently and frugally. Here are a few guidelines for doing it well.
Disclosure is the name of the game in this growing area.
A brief examination of what a lawyer can and can’t do in this situation.