Winter 2014

The Tempting Contingent Fee Case


The Tempting Contingent Fee Case

Too many lawyers take contingent fee cases only to regret the decision.

Courageous decisions made during the Watergate scandal still inspire lawyers today.

The substitution of systems for thinking is rampant in the law.

Evidence presentation systems can help your case--but first you need to understand how to get permission and then use them.

Lawyers cannot write sophisticated, powerful prose without a skillful use of the passive.

With today's criminal cases often having a foreign dimension, these treaties have taken center stage.

Motions have become more important due to the increasing number of cases that settle.Here are some tips for handling them.

This discussion of the rules of professional conduct examines the border between ethical and unethical threats.


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