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Litigation Podcast: Tips & Tactics for the Practicing Trial Lawyer

Litigation Podcast: Tips & Tactics for the Practicing Trial Lawyer

Litigation Podcast: Tips & Tactics for the Practicing Trial Lawyer

Spoliation of Electronic Evidence: A Judicial Boiling Point? 2012/01/11, 02:00
Spoliation of Electronic Evidence: A Judicial Boiling Point?

As the pace of technological development has accelerated, the legal profession has struggled to keep up. How does new technology affect discovery obligations?<br>

Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Ethical Bounds of Zealous Advocacy 2011/11/29, 02:00
Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Ethical Bounds of Zealous Advocacy

Some lawyers have tried to play the "zealous advocacy" card to escape the consequences of their misbehavior.<br>

Brand Enforcement on Social Networking Sites 2011/10/31, 02:00
Brand Enforcement on Social Networking Sites

In today's Web 2.0 world, businesses have inexpensive and far-reaching mechanisms through which to promote their brands and advertise their goods and services.<br>

Witness Preparation: What Is Ethical, and What Is Not 2011/07/27, 04:00
Witness Preparation: What Is Ethical, and What Is Not

Many attorneys believe the ethical line is crossed whenever an outside consultant is hired to conduct the witness preparation. But focusing on who does it fails to address the broader issue: When is witness preparation ethical--no matter who does it?<br>

Tips for Managing Expedited Litigation from History's Great Strategist 2011/03/28, 04:00
Tips for Managing Expedited Litigation from History's Great Strategist

Originally published in Verdict, Volume 24, No.1., Fall 2009 is available on the ABA Section of Litigation website. Text copyright 2010 by the American Bar Association. Production copyright 2010 by the American Bar Association. All rights reserved.<br>

“Geronimo!”—Or How I Became a Sole Practitioner 2010/12/13, 02:00
“Geronimo!”—Or How I Became a Sole Practitioner

In this latest episode of the Section of Litigation Podcast, solo practitioner Kathleen Havener recalls the process by which she decided to make the transition from a large firm to a solo practice. <br>

“Geronimo!”—Or How I Became a Sole Practitioner 2010/12/13, 02:00
“Geronimo!”—Or How I Became a Sole Practitioner

In this latest episode of the Section of Litigation Podcast, solo practitioner Kathleen Havener recalls the process by which she decided to make the transition from a large firm to a solo practice. <br>

Tips for Managing Expedited Litigation from History’s Great Strategists 2010/10/13, 04:00
Tips for Managing Expedited Litigation from History’s Great Strategists

Managing expedited litigation requires careful planning, attention to the critical components of your case, and, above all else, an obsessive focus on the primary objective. Here are seven tips to managing expedited litigation, pulled from some of the most influential military strategists in history.<br>

Tips for Managing Expedited Litigation from History’s Great Strategists 2010/10/13, 04:00
Tips for Managing Expedited Litigation from History’s Great Strategists

Managing expedited litigation requires careful planning, attention to the critical components of your case, and, above all else, an obsessive focus on the primary objective. Here are seven tips to managing expedited litigation, pulled from some of the most influential military strategists in history.<br>

Effective Appellate Brief Writing 2010/08/19, 04:00
Effective Appellate Brief Writing

Appellate brief writers must understand the limits of understanding of the appellate judges, along with the concerns of the judges. In this episode of the Litigation podcast, Honorable Richard A. Posner of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit shares his thoughts on effective appellate brief writing. <br>