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Effective Strategies for Trial

Having practiced law for many years, I've had an occasion to try dozens upon dozens of cases, jury trials, bench trials, arbitration, and clients often ask me, “What can I do to put on a good case? What are some…
March 21, 2023

What to Know About Administrative Proceedings

What to Know About Administrative Proceedings Here’s what you need to know about administrative proceedings. Administrative proceedings are quasi-judicial in nature. They are similar to court proceedings where you can present evidence (such as documents, pictures, invoices, etc.) and witness…
March 7, 2023

The Anatomy of a Bid Protest

The anatomy of a bid protest can be broken down into three sections. First, who can file a bid protest. Second, when to file a bid protest. And third, how to file a bid protest.  Who Can File a Bid…
February 28, 2023

The Keys to Successful Commercial Collections

Commercial Collections (as contrasted with consumer collections), especially for matters where ingenuity and high-levels of legal and investigative expertise is required, is one of the varied specializations we offer to our clients. In some cases, we are able to get…
February 21, 2023

Arbitration vs Litigation

We're here to talk today about the differences between arbitration and litigation. Arbitration and litigation have many similarities, but also some key differences. With litigation, typically, almost exclusively, you're going to be in a public courthouse, and the judge will…
February 21, 2023

Collections: How do I get paid?

There are really three ways to collect your debt. Collection is broken down into three kinds of areas. There's the pre-litigation, the litigation, and the post-judgment enforcement.  Pre-Litigation The pre-litigation really involves the clients there and the efforts the client…
February 14, 2023