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Credibility: truth, lies, and exaggerations

In every case, a lot is riding on credibility. It’s the main way that a jury evaluates testimony of witnesses and parties. And credibility, like reputation, takes a long time to build, but [...]

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Limiting your liability for malpractice claims in correspondence

Lawyers are fond of limiting their own liability. That shouldn’t come as a surprise. Consider the following scenario. Lawyer sends a cover letter to Client at the end of the case. It says, [...]

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Cell phone follies

The following article is a guest post by George Fox, of Fox+Mattson, published with permission, and the approval and editing of Chandler Law. If someone dared you, would you close your eyes for [...]