Wednesday, 07 December 2016
You need a tool like a tire iron or a lug wrench to change a tire. The tool you need to change the other party’s mind is language. The skillful and proper use of language can mean the difference of settlement or continued litigation. Using any tool properly requires knowledge and practice.
Wednesday, 30 November 2016
To a certain degree none of us are completely rational. Some of are more emotional than others, some of us rely less on facts and more on instincts. If you’re trying to settle a case where the other party doesn’t seem to be well grounded in the facts and acting very emotionally that doesn’t...Read More
Thursday, 24 November 2016
Attorneys get used to parties, even their own clients, and witnesses saying untruthful things. This repetition can result in less than positive opinions of people in general but when a particular lie is repeated enough it starts to mutate in our minds until we may start to perceive it as...Read More