Every trial lawyer knows that a photo is worth a thousand words and a video of a key event is a royal flush. A bona fide winner. Cases in point: George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery. Interesting that these celebrated videos originated from very different sources. Seventeen year-old Darnella Frazier won the Pulitzer Prize for incredible […]
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Tax Law Changes Benefit Plaintiffs
The only realistic hope for people of limited means to establish a legal claim is a lawyer who will work on a contingency fee. The Build Back Better legislation approved by the House of Representatives on November 19, 2021 authorizes a change in accounting for personal injury lawyers, at no loss of tax revenues to […]
Allan Shatkin Plagiarist
Wikipedia defines plagiarism “as the representation of another author’s language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions as one’s original work.” In short, it is stealing and fraud, misrepresenting someone else’s ideas to enhance your reputation.
This Thanksgiving – Give Thanks You Are a Lawyer
This Thanksgiving when asked “what are you thankful for?” tell your children, grandchildren, family and friends that you are thankful, and proud, to be a lawyer and to belong to a great profession.
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: An Oxymoron
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury is a classic oxymoron, a very unfortunate conjunction of contradictory terms. It is important to understand that a brain injury, even a mild brain injury, is truly life changing. The designation of “mild” brain injury is a holdover from WWII when neurologists employed a simple classification system: mild, moderate or severe. […]