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Habitually Clear, Concise, and Complete Communication
Habitually Clear, Concise, and Complete Communication

Article by: David W. Ransin, of Ransin Injury Law in Springfield, Missouri. Ransin Injury Law exclusively represents people and their families in catastrophic injury and death litigation after car, motorcycle, bicycle, pedestrian and tractor-trailer crashes. Licensed in 1982, his expertise stems from many jury trials and appeals, and six cases before the Supreme Court of […]

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Data-Driven Decisions with Filevine
Data-Driven Decisions with Filevine

How the Law Offices of Craig Goldenfarb used data to earnan additional $2 million in revenue in one year About the Firm Year Founded: 2002 Location: West Palm Beach, FL Number of Staff: 60 Practice Areas: Personal Injury Craig Goldenfarb started his firm in 2002 with one employee and has successfully scaled his firm to […]

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Learn the Benefits of QuickBooks for Your Firm
Learn the Benefits of QuickBooks for Your Firm

QuickBooks will streamline your business accounting for your company. It is a cost-effective solution that automates many of your accounting tasks, which cuts down on time and the potential for human mistakes. QuickBooks is designed to make running your business easier. Here are five reasons you should use QuickBooks for your business: Generate Financial Reports […]

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Getting to Know Broughton Partners | Mass Tort Case Acquisition
Getting to Know Broughton Partners | Mass Tort Case Acquisition

Over the years, a growing number of personal injury firms have toyed with the idea of starting a mass tort practice area. But, taking that first step can be daunting on many fronts. Especially when it comes to creating marketing strategies to find a consistent stream of potential plaintiffs. One way to alleviate the pressure […]

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GETTING MORE WITH LESS – Lessons from the Gettysburg address
GETTING MORE WITH LESS – Lessons from the Gettysburg address

Kevin Coluccio with Coluccio Law We are taught in law school and often as young lawyers to make long and detailed arguments – to speak with big words and to sound both important and smarter than anyone else in the courtroom. We are also taught to drive home our arguments by repeating ourselves, over and […]

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What You Don’t Know About the Contemporaneous Objection Rule Will Kill Your Appeal
What You Don’t Know About the Contemporaneous Objection Rule Will Kill Your Appeal

Erin Newell and Shannon McLin Carlyle with Florida Appeals KNOW THE BASICS Most errors a trial judge may make at trial are not preserved for appellate review unless trial counsel objects to the alleged error at the time the error occurs. This is known as the “contemporaneous objection rule.” The rule is intended to provide […]

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Maximizing Influence with Adjuster, Defense Counsel and Judges
Maximizing Influence with Adjuster, Defense Counsel and Judges

Andrew Finkelstein | Finkelstein and Partners Recently, it was reported that internet companies such as Facebook and OKCupid have been conducting social experiments with their users’ emotions by manipulating the substance of the information provided. In one study, Facebook revealed it changed the number of positive or negative posts select users saw to examine how […]

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How Does Your Litigation Service Provider Protect your Reputation and Your Plaintiffs Interests?
How Does Your Litigation Service Provider Protect your Reputation and Your Plaintiffs Interests?

Since 2007, the experienced team at Multi Funding has a proven track record of success in the litigation finance community. In our company, reputation matters. With so many options to choose from, we believe we are uniquely qualified to protect your law firm’s reputation and your plaintiff’s interests. As one of a select few, the […]

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Arizona Workshop Recap
Arizona Workshop Recap

This is a short recap of the first Trial School Mixed Method Advocacy workshop which was recently held in Arizona. The program was very different from any other trial advocacy program in several ways. It was an experiment and a risk for everyone who attended took a chance on the program. However, almost without exception, […]

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