How Litigators Are Confronting COVID in the Courtroom

By Norma C. Izzo – August 31, 2020 | This crisis has spurred immediate use of technology that was not largely present, and often frowned upon, in litigation and courtrooms.

Immunity from Liability in the Age of COVID-19: A New Reality for Trial Lawyers?

By Paul Dowdell – August 31, 2020 | The future of tort lawsuits against business defendants for COVID-19-related claims faces a challenge from federal and state lawmakers.

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COVID-19: Advice for Notaries During the Pandemic

By John Austin – April 8, 2020 | With a little thought and some planning, notaries can employ social distancing practices to reduce the amount of physical contact and time they need to spend with document signers.

Five Tips to Prepare Your Client for Mediation

By John Austin – February 7, 2020 | It pays dividends to advise parties about what to expect and what not to expect during this sometimes arduous but beneficial process.

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Tried and True Tips for Trying Timed Trials

By Blanca Young – December 20, 2019 | In this Sound Advice, Blanca Young offers practical tips for trying cases in which the judge had imposed time limits for trial.

Examining a Witness' Non-Verbal Communication

By Chris A. Meyers – March 28, 2019 | In this segment, you will learn how to prepare your witness to produce strong nonverbal cues, positive body language, and to thrive under cross-examination.

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