I’m a fan of the TV sitcom “The Office.” The character who is the manager of Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton office, Michael Scott, is a lovable buffoon who constantly creates compromising situations that would be a nightmare for any human resources ...Read More »
Maryland legislators recently passed the Clean Energy Jobs Act of 2019 with the goal of increasing the amount of energy from renewable energy sources. What some Marylanders may find surprising is that embedded among the traditional list of renewables that generate power ...Read More »
How not to be a preferred client? Several years ago, I had a Virginia-based business consulting client who specifically wanted me to help him get his name in The Wall Street Journal. We marketing/public relations types are never thrilled with ...Read More »
The unpredictability of a witness’ testimony hangs like a cloud over the most confident trial lawyers. The cloud darkens when contemplating the mistakes of your own witness; experiencing them at deposition can be like a thunderstorm in your mind. Imagine ...
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Success in trial often depends on deposition preparation. Here are some guidelines to stay within the bounds of ethics and propriety. First, prepare yourself. Read the Rules of Civil Procedure, both state and federal, that relate to discovery, including depositions. ...Read More »