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Stages of Rehearsal: Trial Preparation

Randy D. Gordon

There is general agreement that witness preparation serves three ends: educating witnesses, educating lawyers, and enhancing testimony delivery.

Mindsets and Mental Health

Michael P. Maslanka

Law practice is the loneliest profession; having the right mindset can head off lots of trouble, says Michael P. Maslanka, an assistant professor of law at the University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law.

Employer Liability for an Employee’s Assault

Quentin Brogdon

The default rule is that when an employee commits an assault, the employee ceases to act for his employer, but there are exceptions to this rule. If the employer authorized the employee to use force or the employee’s use of force was foreseeable to the employer, the employer may be responsible for the employee’s assault.

What Causes Buildings to Collapse?

Patrick Daniel

As we have seen with the Surfside condo collapse, structural failure is a complex issue that requires highly technical expert testimony to pinpoint.