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Jan 12

Rights of Contribution

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When multiple parties enter into contracts, or are involved in any sort of accident, people are often quick to assert blame against the others involved. If several roommates on a lease vacate early or owe the landlord damages, they often point fingers at each other and want to pay no more than they must. But what […]

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Dec 09

Delivering Bad News

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Conversations with clients are easy when we are bringing good news. That news, like explaining how to solve problems or the strategies that will save a business, provides hope and comfort. But we cannot succeed all the time. Delivering bad news is far more daunting than delivering hope or reporting on success. I like to […]

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Oct 19

Witness Preparation Often Key to Trial Success

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Trials can turn on any number of factors, which is why predicting outcomes is so difficult.  Trying to account for all of those variables is why trials are so expensive. One of the most important elements to trial success is witness preparation.  The only reason to have a trial is to determine the facts.  Those […]

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Oct 05

Accidents are not intentional.

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They are unintentional mishaps, usually occurring because of negligence. Negligence claims, such as personal injury suits, can be won if the injured party can prove that the driver who cause the accident, called the tortfeasor, had a duty and breached that duty, which caused the accident and resulted in damages. These elements are usually found […]

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