Archive for August 2008

Litigation and Social Networking Sites

Lawyers aren’t the quickest to adopt technology, but those of us that litigate have been using social network sites such as LinkedIn, MySpace, and Facebook to investigate witnesses or clients for some time. And we’re probably all familiar with the reports of Dr. Flea’s blogging of his own trial. But this week, there have been…

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To Err is Human, Denying It May Not Be So Divine

I have often said that people often come to me not because they were harmed, but because of the way they were treated after they harmed. For example, a medical malpractice client may come because they can’t get a straight answer from the doctor. Or a person injured in an accident may come because they…

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We Are Back

Some of you may have noticed that the blog has been AWOL for the last few days.  Unfortunately, our internet provider moved over to new servers, and the blog didn’t make it.  I think we have the technical errors corrected, and we should be up and running back to normal.  Thanks for your patience. To…

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