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Interview With Andrew Buzin

Interview With Andrew Buzin

By Lawyer Minds | Feb 21, 2024 | Interviews

  Attorney Andrew S. Buzin can be found at Buzin Law, P.C. where he handles a variety of case types, including school negligence, negligent security, and auto accidents. He also serves as an adjunct professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. His firm is located in New York, NY.

Interview With Sean M. Cleary

Interview With Sean M. Cleary

By Lawyer Minds | Feb 9, 2024 | Interviews

Attorney Sean M. Cleary is the owner and founder of The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary. In his legal practice, he focuses on representing accident and injury victims who have been harmed by the negligence of others. He also handles high net worth individuals in the area of family law. His law office is […]

Interview with Eric Steiner

Interview with Eric Steiner

By Mike Campbell | May 27, 2020 | Interviews

Eric Steiner of Steiner Law Group, LLC, handles consumer and commercial bankruptcy, asset protection, and commercial litigation cases. After graduating from the University of Michigan law school, Eric began practicing in Baltimore, where he found a valuable way to help clients out of difficult financial situations. When he’s not helping clients, Eric enjoys skiing, traveling, […]

Interview with Will Bond

Interview with Will Bond

By Mike Campbell | May 25, 2020 | Interviews

Former Arkansas State Senator Will Bond joins us for an interview to discuss why he became a trial lawyer and also what advice he has for trial lawyers of every stripe. A partner with McMath Woods, Will focuses his practice on representing injured people across the State of Arkansas.  Why did you decide to become […]

Interview with Chris Glover

Interview with Chris Glover

By Mike Campbell | May 22, 2020 | Interviews

Chris Glover, a trial lawyer in Atlanta, Georgia, specializes in complex products liability cases with a strong emphasis on automobile crashworthiness. As a lawyer in a small firm, Chris enjoyed the autonomy that comes with a smaller practice, but quickly saw the risk of pursuing cases with hundreds of thousands of dollars in case expenses […]

Interview with Heidi DiLorenzo

Interview with Heidi DiLorenzo

By Tad Thomas | May 20, 2020 | Interviews

The American Association for Justice conducts a wide variety of seminars covering both substance and process. The AAJ Depositions College is one of AAJ’s most successful seminars and allows participants to hear from lecturers before breaking into small groups and practicing the skills that were taught during the day. Heidi DiLorenzo is one of the […]

Interview with Jay Vaughn

Interview with Jay Vaughn

By Tad Thomas | May 18, 2020 | Interviews

Lawyers who understand marketing understand that branding is a vital part of any law firm marketing plan. Whether it is a change in firms, a change in names, or just the fact that a firm has a dated brand, it takes time and effort to rebrand the look and feel of a firm’s identity. In […]

Interview with Ken Levinson

Interview with Ken Levinson

By Tad Thomas | May 15, 2020 | Interviews

Ken Levinson and his partner, Jay Stefani, are on the cutting edge of legal technology. Even before COVID-19 they were well-prepared for the kind of shutdown that requires 100% of their staff to be working remotely. In addition to practicing law at Levinson & Stefani, Ken is a trial consultant that has worked with some […]

Interview with Alan Belsky

Interview with Alan Belsky

By Lawyer Minds | May 13, 2020 | Interviews

Alan Belsky has dedicated his life to protecting the community of Baltimore and improving the lives of the people who live there. A graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law, Alan also serves on the Board of Directors of the Bar Library Company for Baltimore City and is a peer review panel member […]

Interview with Rene Heinrich

Interview with Rene Heinrich

By Lawyer Minds | May 11, 2020 | Interviews

Practicing law as an attorney, especially a sole practitioner, is stressful in and of itself. With all that is going on with shuttered courthouses, the reduction many attorneys are seeing in new cases, and the inability to maintain the routine from prior to COVID-19, attorneys are suffering from seemingly unmanageable stress. Rene Heinrich, a sole […]

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