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Interview With Christopher P. Kriesen
Interview With Christopher P. Kriesen
By Melissa Walker | May 26, 2021

Christopher P. Kriesen is a mediator and arbitrator in Hartford, Connecticut, where The Kalon Law Firm is based. He attended the Advanced Mediation Workshop at Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiation. He has a J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law. Lawyer Minds: How would you define “story?” Christopher P. Kriesen: A story […]

Interview With Anthony Paglia
Interview With Anthony Paglia
By Melissa Walker | May 19, 2021

Anthony Paglia, of Anthony Paglia Injury Lawyer LTD, has practiced injury law for over a decade. He started his career as an insurance defense lawyer for an international law firm and then worked for one of Nevada’s largest injury firms before opening up his own practice. He has helped hundreds of people with their personal […]

How to Securely Conduct Legal Videoconferences

How to Securely Conduct Legal Videoconferences

By Tad Thomas | Jun 15, 2021 | Tad's Tech Corner

Video conferencing, video hearing, virtual meetings, and even virtual depositions have become common—especially since the COVID-19 pandemic. Going forward, trial attorneys have to be comfortable using the latest technology to communicate with clients and represent them. With the number of platforms out there to choose from, it can be hard to determine which is best […]

Tips for Videoconference Court Appearances

Tips for Videoconference Court Appearances

By Tad Thomas | Jun 8, 2021 | Tad's Trial Practice Tips

Join me as I talk tips for upping your trial performance. I’ll cover all aspects of the trial, including, jury selection, opening statements, direct witness testimony, cross-examination, closing arguments, jury instructions, and verdicts. Discussions are welcome in the comments section. — Tad Thomas The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly altered how we practice law and represent […]

Ethical Guidelines for Trial Attorneys Working Remotely

Ethical Guidelines for Trial Attorneys Working Remotely

By Tad Thomas | Jun 1, 2021 | Tad's Tech Corner

Technology is an essential part of any modern practicing attorney’s toolkit. In Tad’s Tech Corner, join me as I discuss how to best utilize technology– both from a device and software standpoint– during your daily lawyering tasks and trial. Discussions, as always, are welcome in the comments section below. — Tad Thomas For over a […]

Interview With Christopher P. Kriesen

Interview With Christopher P. Kriesen

By Melissa Walker | May 26, 2021 | Interviews

Christopher P. Kriesen is a mediator and arbitrator in Hartford, Connecticut, where The Kalon Law Firm is based. He attended the Advanced Mediation Workshop at Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiation. He has a J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law. Lawyer Minds: How would you define “story?” Christopher P. Kriesen: A story […]

Interview With Anthony Paglia

Interview With Anthony Paglia

By Melissa Walker | May 19, 2021 | Interviews

Anthony Paglia, of Anthony Paglia Injury Lawyer LTD, has practiced injury law for over a decade. He started his career as an insurance defense lawyer for an international law firm and then worked for one of Nevada’s largest injury firms before opening up his own practice. He has helped hundreds of people with their personal […]

Practical Tips for Trial Preparation for Young Lawyers

Practical Tips for Trial Preparation for Young Lawyers

By Tad Thomas | May 18, 2021 | Tad's Trial Practice Tips

Join me as I talk tips for upping your trial performance. I’ll cover all aspects of the trial, including jury selection, opening statements, direct witness testimony, cross-examination, closing arguments, jury instructions, and verdicts. Discussions are welcome in the comments section. — Tad Thomas As a young lawyer preparing for trial, you will likely be reviewing […]

Effective Deposition Strategy and Dealing with the Evasive, Non-cooperative Witness

Effective Deposition Strategy and Dealing with the Evasive, Non-cooperative Witness

By Phillip Miller | May 11, 2021 | Trial Tips

“Wise people are fools if they cannot adapt to foolish people.” – Michel Eyquem de Montaigne[1] Introduction Laziness. You’ve taken this deposition before (in your head, or in another case) and everything went great. This time the witness seems unmanageable. You’re doing everything right, but getting nothing. The most obvious conclusions that favor your case […]

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