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Jurors and safety

April 2, 2020

Julie Campanini BridgeTower Media Newswires It is no secret to defendants that jurors expect products to be safe and that companies that fail to follow their own policies are vulnerable. A trend in litigation is to move safety to the forefront and use fear ...

Social support in a digital world

April 2, 2020

Shawn Healy and Heidi Alexnder BridgeTower Media Newswires When a lawyer feels the pressure of work-related stress, talking to others can be among the most helpful avenues of relief. When we talk to others who understand our experiences, we suddenly feel ...

How to build a national speaking practice

April 2, 2020

Sybil Dunlop BridgeTower Media Newswires Every once in a while, I realize that I’ve learned something in my years practicing law. One of those moments occurred before the COVID-19 crisis, on my way home from Atlanta, where people  paid to listen ...

Decades later, few clues in Swedish nanny case

April 2, 2020

Marc Kantrowiitz BridgeTower Media Newswires  A homeless man searching for whatever treasures might be found on the city streets of Boston or in one of its large, dirty dumpsters happened upon a bound black trash bag. When he opened it, an arm popped ...

Cyber Insurance: Is it right for you?

April 2, 2020

Amanda Dernovshek and Taylor Gast Foster Swift Collins &?Smith PC We are frequently asked about insurance policies that cover internet-based risks like those involving network security like data breaches and ransomware, as well as data privacy related ...

Limiting voir dire: The impact on jury selection

April 2, 2020

A. Vince Colella Moss &?Colella P.C. I  was recently assisting my partner in his preparation of voir dire questions for an upcoming first party auto accident trial. Before drafting our questions, I came across the courts’ trial order, which ...