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When you wear Heels In The Courtroom, life and law are a little bit different. This fresh and insightful new podcast from the female trial attorneys at The Simon Law Firm offers mentoring, community and great girl talk about being the best you can be in every part of your life. So kick off those heels, pour a glass of wine, and get to know Amy Gunn, Erica Slater, Liz Lenivy, Mary Simon, Elizabeth McNulty and Megan Crowe. The Simon Law Firm consists of trial attorneys specializing in medical ...
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Welcome to our podcast Parental Alienation: From Couch to Courtroom and Beyond. We will discuss the resisting and refusing dynamic, commonly referred to as Parental Alienation, how you know it’s happening and what can be done about it. The literature and research will be presented and show how this form of child abuse is a traumatic adverse childhood experience. Parental Alienation can cause stress and trauma in high conflict divorces. These podcasts focus on how attorneys and mental health ...
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Courtroom Confidential is a podcast that takes you inside the courtroom here and abroad on compelling cases featuring exclusive interviews with the attorneys and litigants and showcasing riveting special series such as Inside Innocence with the California Innocence Project, The Right Stuff Series, and Until Court Do Us Part Series on the cautionary tales of divorce in the modern era. Hosted by lawyer Tara Shah and produced by Stiletto Mafia Productions and Cloudcast Media.
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This is a podcast that covers legal topics from the perspective of an attorney with a diverse background in the arts who specializes in litigation, criminal defense, and tax law. I blend left brain thinking with right brain artistry to make complex tax concepts easier to understand so that you can sleep a little easier. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mike36/support
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Welcome to From Communities to Courtrooms Podcast where nationally recognized personal injury lawyer Tim Miley, founder of Miley Legal, breaks down the world of personal injury law and makes it simple and easier to understand for non-lawyers. He provides an educational and engaging platform to explore a range of topics - from discussing pertinent aspects of personal injury cases that everyone needs to know, to how access to the courtroom for personal injury victims actually strengthens our c ...
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Many female attorneys agonize over courtroom attire….but does it really matter? Intentional dressing really does communicate an attitude to the jury and imparts a first impression that can impact you and your client. Tune in for a slightly different take on the courtroom clothing conversation.simonlawfirm által
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The one fact that will convince the jury your client is telling the truth is right there in the records….you just have to find it and present it in the most impactful way possible. Tune in to hear how our courtroom strategy helped the jury get justice for a brave woman who was determined to fight for what is right.…
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Pinal County Attorney Kent Volkmer delves into the Machelle Hobson case, which gained huge notoriety in 2019. Hobson ran a family vlogger operation, making significant sums of money by posting videos online starring her children. Law enforcement then discovered she was abusing her adopted kids who she made take part in the videos.…
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In the heat of trial, your mind is on the moment, not always on the potential for appeal. Failing to preserve the record can be a costly mistake. Get in the weeds with us as we discuss what you need to preserve, how to do it efficiently and why you may want to ask for help on this front in major litigation.…
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A brief review of an article by Drs. Bernet, Wamboldt, and Narrow which presents a mental condition that is in the DSM-V-TR essentially describes Parental Alienation. Please visit www.naopas.com or www.drbobevans.com for more information on parental alienation and Dr. Evans.Dr. Bob Evans and NAOPAS által
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Jurors need legal guidance when deliberating a case because, duh, they aren’t lawyers. Jury instructions are their roadmap, and it’s definitely in your client’s best interest to be sure those instructions are as clear and concise as possible. In this episode, we discuss verdict directors, clean and dirty instructions, roving commissions, potential …
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The New Year is a good time for reflection even if you don’t do resolutions. To kick off 2024, we checked in on last year’s silly and serious resolutions and made some new goals to guide us in the coming year. Take a moment to reflect on your accomplishments and resolve to “do you” even better this year.…
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The holidays can be stressful but sharing the joy of traditions like making memory books, traveling home and tying the hugest tree you can find on the mini-Cooper make it all worthwhile. Join our holiday party as we share our family traditions and plans to make this holiday season our best yet. Wishing you the happiest of holidays from all of us at…
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Seriously, opposing counsel is making faces during a tragic trucking case that involves the death of a child?! Erica Slater managed to overcome eye rolls, shoulder shrugs, claims of phantom vehicles and last-minute discovery issues to win a significant verdict for her client. Hear the whole story, and some interesting legal insights on suing family…
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Not every cross examination has to be adversarial. If you come on too strong with a witness who is trying hard to be helpful, you may prove your point but lose your case. We’ll talk about how to pivot your attitude and watch your nonverbals when cross examining a nice person so you win the facts without losing the jury.…
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Bing. Another email. Bing. Update on disturbing international unrest. Your heart hurts but…. Bing. Your exercise app interrupts with a workout nudge. Bing. Meeting reminder, and you realize you forgot to send that text. Bing. Another email. Bing. It’s just…too…much. We’re suffering from information overload. If you are too, join us as we talk throu…
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Am. Psychiatric Association and the World Health Organization recognizes Parental Alienation as being included in existing diagnoses and mental conditions. This episode reveals communications between the Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG) and the APA that establishes Parental Alienation as a mental disorders as incorporated into existing diagno…
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Most of us get so caught up in our hectic day-to-day world that we forget to appreciate our achievements and the people who bring us joy. So slow down and share a moment with us as we reflect on our greatest gifts and let gratitude be your attitude this week. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Heels in the Courtroom.…
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In Part Two of our winning case analysis, Amy Gunn and Liz Lenivy discuss witness prep, damages and dubious defense tactics. Win or lose, big cases can take a toll on attorneys, and Amy candidly shares how she will recharge her resolve and routine after celebrating one of the biggest verdicts in her career.…
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An inspired approach and darn good discovery skills led to a big med mal win for our client. In this encore episode, Amy Gunn and Liz Lenivy discuss their pre-trial and courtroom strategies and share some good-to-know facts about medical records in this real-life legal drama episode.simonlawfirm által
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Is your client considering taking out a lawsuit loan to pay medical bills or other expenses? How can these loans impact the case, the settlement or even you as the attorney? We’ll discuss a new Missouri law that offers guidance on the issue and re-learn the proper use of the word “champerty.”simonlawfirm által
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Embark on an enlightening journey from communities to courtrooms with renowned personal injury lawyer Tim Miley. Explore the complexities of personal injury law, debunk prevalent myths, and empower yourself with actionable insights. Whether you're contemplating hiring a lawyer or navigating the legal process alone, we've got you covered! Other subj…
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The stereotyping, name calling of the target parent gets very little attention in our litigation cases, but the research in this area suggests it's a much bigger assault than is recognized. This episode presents some of the social psychological research that presents a warning. Please visit www.naopas.com or www.drbobevans.com for more information …
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Being polite when opposing counsel goes low doesn’t mean you’re a pushover. It’s a savvy strategy both professionally and personally. You know somebody’s gonna get snarky sometime soon, so tune in for this reminder on why it’s always smart to mind your manners when you stand your ground.simonlawfirm által
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Alexander Higginbotham with the Clay County (Mo.) Prosecutor's Office is interviewed. Credits: Host: Miranda Jamison Producers: Miranda Jamison, Sharon Donat, Shawn Roney Editing: Miranda Jamison, Shawn Roney Composer/Musical director: Shawn Roney Music: "Dirge of the Supreme Judge," composed by Shawn Roney, performed by Sacred & Secular To be a sp…
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Prepping your next slip and fall on ice case? The Heels in the Courtroom trial team just won a significant verdict for our client, and we share tips on outlining a winning strategy, presenting witnesses and the importance of carefully crafted jury instructions. Get the scoop on Eizabeth’s first time in court and a quick primer on the all-important …
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As trial approaches, most clients are scared and vulnerable. How can you help? You might have to take off your attorney armor and be vulnerable too. This emotional episode offers ideas on how to help your clients center their thoughts and ways you can strategize your case to let their most authentic story shine through.…
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Are you tempted to use AI to write a brief or do your research? You should know what happened to some attorneys who tried to save time and got sanctioned instead. We have our own ideas on how AI should be used in our profession, but just for fun, we asked Chat GPT to join the discussion too.simonlawfirm által
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Whether you are in college or considering a mid-life career change, choosing to go to law school is a big decision. We’ll share some of the pros and cons of our profession and offer a few questions you should ask yourself before you decide to join us in this noble and sometimes gnarly career.simonlawfirm által
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Do you apologize for moving a meeting or asking a legitimate question? Apologizing can be a knee jerk reaction that implies a weak position, or it can be a powerful tool to get what you want. We’ll discuss when it’s appropriate to apologize and how to do it without diminishing your self-worth.simonlawfirm által
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According to the Humane Society, 4.7 million people are bitten by dogs every year in the United States. Today we take a look at the laws regarding responsible pet ownership, including what constitutes vicious propensity and what your insurance may or may not cover if you or your dog is injured by another person’s pet.…
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Liability waivers appear all around us…..on amusement park tickets, at ax throwing establishments, prior to medical procedures and maybe even as a requirement from your son’s friend’s parents before that weekend party at their lake house. Are these documents really enforceable, or are they just toothless deterrents? And should you sign them?…
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Due process is, according to Black’s Law Dictionary, “a course of legal proceedings … which have been established … for the enforcement and protection of private rights.” Anyone facing an IRS federal tax lien or levy has already experienced the preliminary due process following the IRS determination that more taxes are owed. Due process involves a …
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Taxpayers who have few assets and little prospect of generating sufficient income to pay a tax liability in full may be allowed to strike a settlement for less than the full amount due to settle their case. This is known as an offer in compromise. The IRS's acceptance of an offer in compromise conclusively settles the liability once and for all, ab…
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