Category Archives: Law Practice

DEVELOP THE RIGHT ATTITUDE FOR A PLAINTIFF ATTORNEY

Working with other lawyers and teaching them often shows they have the wrong attitude to be a great plaintiff lawyer. What attitude should they have? I think the most basic attitudes involve these concepts to start with. The first rule of … Continue reading

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MANAGEMENT OF A PLAINTIFF TORT PRACTICE

If we analyze the basic outline of a plaintiff tort practice, it seems to me we can identify where we spend the majority of time. I think this can be divided into the following general areas of practice: Business Considerations … Continue reading

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MAY 1ST – THE FIRST DAY OF OUR RETIREMENT

I was sworn in as an attorney in 1959. After 55 years of representing people, and not corporations, I have retired from the practice of law. My wife Lita, who  has been my law partner as well, has retired with … Continue reading

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