Why Didn’t You Do What I Told You to Do?

You drilled your client not to volunteer any information not asked for by opposing council, and yet, here he is, offering up details to the other attorney in deposition who’s politely egging him on. You’re muttering to yourself, “We discussed in the witness prep...

What Witness Prep and Driving a Car Have in Common

Preparing a witness for a deposition is like teaching them a new language. They need to study the vocabulary and how to construct sentences, rules of grammar and eventually be able to speak fluently in that new tongue. Your clients are learning a new language when you...

JUST STOP TALKING

If your client doesn’t appear in front of a judge, jury, or video camera as believable, genuine, and authentic … they’re toast. As you know, your client’s credibility is everything and it can vanish in a heartbeat if your client won’t stop talking at their...