Selecting an Attorney

Selecting a Litigator-Trial Lawyer

For most people, when they need to retain a lawyer for a contested matter (a trial case), they go to the internet and review web sites. That’s a great place to start; but, it should only be “a start”. Nowadays, most lawyers/law-firms have glitzy websites and espouse that their lawyers are “trial lawyers” and represent

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Translation Problems in the Law

Being able to communicate effectively with your attorney is central to the foundation of all attorney client relationships. Unfortunately, it may be difficult to obtain effective legal representation if you and your attorney don’t speak the same language. Many choose to rely on a third-party, such as a friend or relative to help translate. The

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Board Certified Attorneys: Are They All Experts?

Board Certification is admirable; it is evidence of experience and likeability in one’s local Bar. But, don’t be fooled by window-dressing labels when selecting your trial attorney. I have found the vast majority of such “trial attorneys” are ineffective and unjustifiably arrogant. Recently, there has even been a court decision which allowed a non-certified trial

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