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Month: January 2019

LEARN FROM DALE CARNEGIE

LEARN FROM DALE CARNEGIE

┬áIn 1936 Dale Carnegie published a book with the tile “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” Whatever your reaction to the title, the contents are the single most accurate collection of truths about human nature and communications. The book is still as popular today as it has been since it’s publication in 1936. I recommend it as required reading for all lawyers and especially trial lawyers. Here is a very brief outline of the fundamentals taught in the book….

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EXPERT GENERAL POLICY

EXPERT GENERAL POLICY

It’s a good practice to let your retained experts know your office policy or practices when you retain them. Here’s a very basic preliminary outline of such policies: 1.         Expert Reports. Please DO NOT send us any written expert reports unless we specifically request them. Our normal communication will be by phone call or personal meeting. We often need written reports at different stages of the trial   preparation, but it=s important that you wait for us to request written reports…

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