Power Litigation  Tips & Tactics from Lawyer Trial Forms

Tips and tactics to improve performance. Office and case organization and helpful hints and checklist for depositions, discovery, negotiations, and trial.

Litigation-tested tactics and strategies. Not only tips and proven tactics in these articles. The following also include forms for your office and trial notebook. They increase your productivity, and maximize your advantages, in discovery, settlement, and trial.

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Three commandments for your oral motion argument

What is a “Total Loss” vehicle?

Handling the “I don’t know” response

Expert witness can testify on ultimate issues in negligence case

Standard cross-exam questions

Fixing the problem if you miss a litigation deadline

Ethics of witness preparation

Terminating representation of client – 6 page checklist

Practical tips for improving your negotiations

Instructions to your expert regarding his/her report

Organization Wins! in Litigation

Why use a checklist for asking questions at a deposition?

Patient’s right to get changes made in the medical record

Motion in your pocket to prevent the taking of a deposition

Dealing with Rambo on conference summaries

Claim for first-party insurance claims preparation expense

Discovery of expert’s communications with attorney

The “Always Ask” block of eight deposition questions

Voir dire question content worksheet for attorneys

Three items to form a base for better negotiation

Why you should emphasize something in every deposition

Persuader’s Real Rules of Exhibit Evidence

Two things to do in every deposition

Reading deposition into evidence

Electronic evidence, discovery, and ESI tips, law, and tactics.

Electronically stored information (ESI) use, discovery, and evidence is the subject of today’s most rapid changes in the law.

Our intent is to provide information which will increase your productivity, and maximize your advantages, in discovery, settlement, and trial — when ESI is involved. Here are tips, tactics, and strategies for the discovery and use in litigation of electronically stored information.

Spoliation Motion? Before arguing, read these two cases

Social media pages, checklist, form, deposition questions

Emailing client at work? Danger ahead!

Black box data in the car: motor vehicle crash EDR

Electronically Stored Information: spoliation prevention

The first ESI mistake to avoid

What the judge expects you to know about keywords and ESI

Avoid use of “All” in ESI discovery requests and disclosures

There’s hard drive ESI storage in most copiers and printers

Taking judicial notice of a fact found on the Internet