By Robert I. Feinberg | Published September 30, 2016 | |
You know the old expression “If I had a nickle for every time . . .,” so on and so forth. Well I wish I had a nickle for every time in the past several decades that I have told clients, and actually other lawyers, that bias is always relevant. And just why do I say that? We are often confronted with witness statements or anticipated testimony of a person who has a bias.Read More
I have certainly blogged about the contingent fee system, a uniquely American approach. It has been called the “poor man’s key to the courthouse.” Why is that? Because supposedly the poor man is not able to put up money for hourly fees or for a large retainer. Why is personal injury conducive to a contingent fee agreement?Read More
The rules regarding jury selection in Massachusetts for civil and criminal cases are ever changing. About a year ago, the Massachusetts courts began a process called voir dire which allows more questioning of jurors. Many of you may wonder how intrusive the questioning will get?Read More
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