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The Everlaw Blog

The Everlaw Blog

Covers legal technology used in litigation and eDiscovery, especially on the plaintiff's side.

http://blog.everlaw.com
  • Jun 21

    Technologists on Whether Lawyers Should Code

    Technologists on Whether Lawyers Should Code
    We’ve all seen articles and blog posts suggesting that lawyers should learn to program. Some contend that this knowledge will allow litigators to remain relevant, especially as artificial intelligence’s purview widens. Others say…
  • Jun 15

    A Little Jurisprude-light

    A Little Jurisprude-light
    Lawyers have been maligned in popular culture since before Shakespeare quoth, “The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.” Defending the legal field and your role in it can get tiring. When you hit your limit, seek…
  • Jun 6

    Ediscovery Feature: Persistent Highlight

    Ediscovery Feature: Persistent Highlight
    We all know the time-saving potential of software shortcuts, from hot keys to macros. But how do you learn all those shortcuts in the first place? To help you find ways to complete document review and litigation prep more efficiently,…
Rank this Week: 4823

Joseph C. Markowitz Blog

Joseph C. Markowitz Blog

Discusses civil procedure, trial practice, employment law and other issues.

http://jcmarkowitz.com/blog/
  • Apr 22

    Four client

    Four client
    The wise client approaches the initial consultation with a lawyer with some ideas of what the client is trying to accomplish and with some perspective on his or her own situation. For such clients, the lawyer should be prepared to explain…
  • Dec 1

    Spotlight

    Spotlight
    The new movie Spotlight might be about the most exciting drama that could be made about filing a motion to unseal court records. (Some viewers might say that the movie is also about how a team of investigative journalists uncovered widespread…
  • Nov 15

    Trumbo

    Trumbo
    After the title character is seen getting fired and blacklisted in the new movie Trumbo, I’m thinking, as most lawyers would, that he should sue! Dalton Trumbo was a highly paid screenwriter under contract to MGM at the time, and would…
Rank this Week: 4790

Trial Lawyer Communication Tips…

Trial Lawyer Communication Tips for EVERYONE!

Shares almost 3 decades of trial lawyer communication tips to help you make an impact, fascinate others, and close deals like the best trial lawyers in the world! By Mitch Jackson.

http://mitchjackson.com
  • Jun 13

    Great Speakers Know This Secret!

    Great Speakers Know This Secret!
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  • Mar 25

    Telling Stories in Business- A BIG Mistake Many People Make!

    Telling Stories in Business- A BIG Mistake Many People Make!
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  • Mar 13

    Persuade Better Using These Three Simple Techniques!

    Persuade Better Using These Three Simple Techniques!
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Rank this Week: 4832

North Carolina Trusts and Estates…

North Carolina Trusts and Estates Litigation

Covers will, trust, and estate disputes in North Carolina. By Evan Lohr.

https://ncestatelitigation.wordpress.com/
  • Jun 9

    The Powers and Duties of a Guardian of an Incompetent Adult in North Carolina

    The Powers and Duties of a Guardian of an Incompetent Adult in North Carolina
    The Responsibilities of a Legal Guardian in North Carolina Continue reading →
  • Jun 7

    Applying for Probate in North Carolina

    Applying for Probate in North Carolina
    Any executor named in a will may, at any time after the death of the testator, apply to the clerk of the superior court to have the will admitted to probate. If no named executor applies to have the will proved … Continue reading…
  • Jun 7

    Applying for Probate in North Carolina

    Applying for Probate in North Carolina
    Any executor named in a will may, at any time after the death of the testator, apply to the clerk of the superior court to have the will admitted to probate. If no named executor applies to have the will proved … Continue reading…
Rank this Week: 4861

Nostrum Remedium Blog

Nostrum Remedium Blog

Miscellany on law, narrative, art, and memory

http://nostrumremedium.blogspot.com/
  • Jun 20

    How Law Shapes Public Awareness of History

    How Law Shapes Public Awareness of History
    Eric Heinze has posted “Beyond ‘Memory Laws’: Towards a General Theory of Law and Historical Discourse,” forthcoming in Law and Memory: Addressing Historical Injustice by Law (U. Belavusau & A.…
  • Jun 19

    Ascriptive Speech and Legal Language

    Ascriptive Speech and Legal Language
    Vitaly Ogleznev has posted “Ascriptive Speech Act and Legal Language,” SHS Web of Conferences Vol. 28 (2016), on SSRN. The abstract:In this article I explicate H. L. A. Hart’s theory of an ascriptive language as it has been…
  • Jun 16

    The Role of Narratives in Catastrophic Event

    The Role of Narratives in Catastrophic Event
    Stanford University Press has published Matthew Seeger and Timothy Sellnow’s Narratives of Crisis: Telling Stories of Ruin and Renewal. From the description:How did you first hear about 9/11? What images come to mind when you think of…
Rank this Week: 4913

New York Appellate Lawyer Blog

New York Appellate Lawyer Blog

Covers trials and litigation. By The Law Offices of Sanford F. Young, P.C.

http://www.newyorkappellatelawyerblog.com/
  • Nov 24

    New York Courts Continue to Protect Lawyers from Emotional Distress Damages in Legal Malpractice Case

    New York Courts Continue to Protect Lawyers from Emotional Distress Damages in Legal Malpractice Case
    In its recent decision in Dombrowski v. Bulson, 19 N.Y.3d 347 (2012), the New York Court of Appeals recently reiterated the long-established New York court-made rule barring the recovery of damages for emotional distress injuries and other…
  • Nov 11

    Seeking Permission/Leave to Appeal to the New York Court of Appeals Is Fraught with Confusion

    Seeking Permission/Leave to Appeal to the New York Court of Appeals Is Fraught with Confusion
    The New York Constitution and Statutes governing which New York State courts have authority (i.e., jurisdiction) to grant permission to appeal to the Court of Appeals can be confusing and in many cases seemingly illogical. Like the United…
  • Jun 11

    Bonding Your Appeal

    Bonding Your Appeal
    Unlike some jurisdictions, the state courts in New York and New Jersey, as well as the federal courts, do not require a losing party who has a monetary judgment entered against them, to satisfy (pay) the judgment or post an appellate bond to…
Rank this Week: 4984