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Month: January 2021

Arbitration or Trial?

It depends. I don’t subscribe to the view that arbitration is always a better venue for any certain type of case or litigant. For me, a case by case approach is the more appropriate way to determine whether arbitration or trial is the better forum. Points for...

It’s Never Too Late

It is never too late to make positive changes. This statement applies well to professional disciplinary matters. In cases involving violations of professional ethical codes, there are two basic approaches that I have observed. The first approach involves denying the...

Tortious Interference With Contractual Relations

Those with experience in business litigation are well schooled with the claim known as tortious interference with contractual relations. In addition to being the most frequently misspelled legal theory, it may also be the most versatile. At its essence, this claim...

Being an Advocate

Good trial lawyers are zealous advocates for their clients. I don’t believe there is a more important aspect of the attorney client relationship. This does not mean that your lawyer should blindly accept everything you tell him about your case. The converse is true....

Be Worthy

As you might expect, prospective clients often ask me to handicap their likelihood of success at trial. It’s a fair question. Do you think I will win? To answer this question, of course, I need to know both the facts and the law applicable to the case. But neither the...