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December 2014

What’s a Trial Lawyer to Wear

Lawyers and litigants must dress for court in a way that will not detract from the client’s case. What if the attorney’s culture, religion and/or personal preferences dictate a certain mode of appearance that is out of the ordinary? Must a lawyer alter this to conform to ordinary expectations? Or can the attorney with confidence honor his or her preference without prejudicing the outcome for…

You Be The Judge – Client Burned By Spilled Coffee

Everyone has heard about the much misunderstood verdict in the case against McDonald’s. I have a case in which a client was burned by spilled coffee at a Philadelphia restaurant. I am concerned that the public reaction to the McDonald’s case will adversely affect the jury’s reaction to my client’s case.

On April 20, 2014, my client was dining at Estia restaurant in Center City…

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