Is the civil jury trial an endangered species? On this special edition of the Boston Bar, hosts Attorney Jim Brady from Brady & Monac and Attorney Paul F. Kenney from Kenney & Conley welcome Chief Justice William G. Young, United States District Judge for the District of Massachusetts and Attorney Holly M. Polglase from Campbell, Campbell Edwards & Conroy, to discuss the vanishing civil jury trial against the backdrop of the constitutional right to a trial by jury.
The View From The Other Side Of The Hedge. It isn’t often that we have the opportunity to have defense and plaintiff attorneys in the same studio. Boston area Trial Attorneys Paul Kenney and Jim Brady, co-hosts of “The Boston Bar: Myth & Magic – Being a Trial Lawyer in the America of Today”, talk with two of the best defense lawyers about what makes or breaks a plaintiff’s catastrophic injury case from the defense perspective. Listen to Ed Hinchey Esq. from the firm of Sloane & Walsh in Boston, share his insights from years of defending medical negligence cases, from investigation through mediation and summation and John Steward Esq. from St. Paul / Travelers Insurance, about the process of evaluating, and preparing the defense of construction site accident cases across the country. Since understanding how the other side thinks and works are vital elements in obtaining a full cup of justice, you won’t want to miss this compelling broadcast.
All lawyers advertise, from the tender of a business card to the employment of a state of the art website and Radio/TV ads. Whether we like to acknowledge it or not, lawyers are in the business of getting and keeping business. Some say lawyer advertising has gone too far and reflects poorly upon a noble profession.
Boston area Trial Attorneys Paul Kenney and Jim Brady, hosts of “The Boston Bar: Myth & Magic – Being a Trial Lawyer in the America of Today” take on this hot-button topic. Special guests on the show are James G. Sokolove, Esq. on the whys and wherefores that have motivated him to engage in cutting edge nationwide advertising and to build an extraordinarily successful law business.
You will also hear from Professor Paul Teich, Associate Dean of New England School of Law, who has studied the subject matter extensively and teaches a course entitled Contemporary Criticisms of Lawyers and the Law.
Listen to the Legal Talk Network show, Myth & Magic – Being a Trial Lawyer in the America of Today – as we focus on medical malpractice lawsuits in shocking instances of adversity and perseverance within the field of medical negligence law.
Special guests on the program are well-known Boston Trial Attorneys Marc Breakstone and Howard Ross, who will bring us important insight from decades of experience. Its an important story that is not often told.
The reputation of trial attorneys is at its lowest point. So how to change that? The best of Boston attorneys, Paul Kenney and Jim Brady tackle the issue with former ATLA president and nationally known attorney Leo Boyle to talk about how lawyers got here and how to change public opinion. These are the ‘good guys’ who practice law! Listen to The Boston Bar: Myth and Magic – Being a Trial Lawyer in the America of Today”