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How do litigators maintain relationships with in-house counsel and help their law firms keep clients for the long term? Effective client retention can be the difference between flourishing and failure, and for...
The legal industry is constantly changing. So, how can litigators keep up and build a scalable, sustainable, and profitable law practice?
With one of the largest prison populations in the world, our American prison system has shocking problems; including abuse, violence and consistent violations of prisoners' rights.
How building a niche practice is one of the best ways to develop a profitable law practice and better serve your clients.
Many areas of the law require attorneys to meet and confer, meaning lawyers must communicate the basis for their disagreement on a legal issue and make a meaningful attempt to reach a...
With just a week until the 2022 midterm elections, several voters are already hitting the polls; and conversations surrounding election laws, voter protection and election integrity have once again been brought to...
On August 8th, 2022, federal agents searched former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in Palm Beach, Florida. Since the search, the public has actively tuned into the various legal and political twists and turns...
The U.S. Supreme Court had a historic last term. With the court's new term beginning October 3rd, what can people expect?
Experts and companies often see alternative dispute resolution as a sensible, cost effective way to resolve matters out of court. For all of those purported efficiencies for businesses, individual plaintiffs and their...
The lawsuit between Twitter and Elon Musk's $44 billion acquisition deal is set to head to trial in October. How is the lawsuit likely to play out in court?
Unlike trials, appeals involve different strategies, procedures, and perspective. That’s why understanding how the appellate process works, and the strategies involved to improve your case on appeal is critical to the success...
The opinions of financial experts are critical to many litigation cases. Financial experts can help suggest financial damages, provide testimony on causation, help a jury better understand complex financial matters and much...
How to build relationships that bring in Business; and the importance of Networking for long-term Success with Jordan Harbinger
Former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey discusses his role leading the Department of Justice
Advising Clients, Litigating Liability, and Maximizing Insurance Recovery through ransomeware and cyber breach
What to Do When it All Goes Wrong: Strategies for Dealing with the Unexpected During Trial
The Section Annual Conference is the premier event for litigators. It brings together top litigation professionals from across the country to discuss timely legal issues and the latest in trial advocacy, litigation...
Litigation funding is an attractive option for many businesses and law firms. Learn how to obtain litigation financing for commercial litigation cases, and the value of this increasingly mainstream funding solution.
Is it true that you can't market litigation? Litigators face distinct business development challenges. Discover successful strategies to get more clients, grow your business and advance your legal career.
Are you a lawyer who wants to make a real difference?
“The partnership between a federal judge and the judge’s clerk can be splendid and mutually rewarding relationship”
Running Uber’s legal operations is not an easy job but Tony West is up for the challenge. Tune in to hear how he gets it done with one of the best teams...
Saying it clear, complete, and true can be the path to victory!
Tune in to hear what the ABA Litigation Section is doing to get more women into lead trial roles.
What awaits us at the Supreme Court? Erwin Chemerinsky stops by to make predictions about the important cases of this term.
The return-to-normal has been a windy road full of inconsistencies. Where does that leave employers and courts?
The practice of law is stressful. Don’t let it kill you.
Congressman Jamie Raskin gives a behind-the-scenes tour of what a Presidential Impeachment trial looks like.
Tune in to hear how it’s developed over the years and what you can extract for future litigation.
There is more to you than work!
Bring your best, make more money, and land those whales!
A remote proceeding does not have to be a terrifying “trial by fire.” Tune in to hear why.
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