War and sports metaphors used by lawyers to describe their work neither capture the true “story” nor create the environment necessary to resolve disputes. Instead, we need to rewrite our stories and embrace the ideas underpinning the strategies made famous by great Civil Rights leaders.
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DOAR’s Dr. Roy and his interactive quiz ”Will You Be Seated On A Jury?“ featured in today’s New York Times.
Do you believe in an “eye for an eye”? What do your parents do for a living? Do you watch “CSI”? “Dateline”? Read PerezHilton.com? Have you ever undergone a medical procedure that required an...Read Full Article >
How They Play On Corporate Stereotypes And What You Can Do About It
John G. McCabe, Ph.D.
“When I first became a juror, I have to say, I was not inclined to favor your client.” That’s what an actual juror said after she and the rest of the jury returned a unanimous verdict in favor of our client, a Fortune 100 corporation. The case involved a plaintiff who claimed to be blowing the whistle on the company for fraud for which he...Read Full Article >
Roy Futterman adds insight to PCWorld article as Apple and Samsung head back to court.
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