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Ethics Of Misrepresentation In Negotiation

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Being an effective negotiator is an incredibly important aspect of being a lawyer. Whether it be a contract dispute or a bitter custody battle, negotiation comes to play on a regular basis in the representation of clients. Negotiation can either be amicable ...

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How to Write (Better) Requests for Admissions

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Requests for Admissions are sort of the red-headed stepchild of the discovery process. Interrogatories and Requests for Production get all the attention in law school and CLEs, while poor Requests for Admissions (RFAs) sit in the corner, never asked to ...

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The Most Common Logical Fallicies (InfoGraphic)

The Most Common Logical Fallicies

Courtesy of yourlogicalfallacyis.com, here is an infographic of some of the most common logical fallacies. Good for when you are arguing with someone over the internet or as a quick reference guide to make sure your writing isn’t hollow.  

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A Blinking Light Locating A Weak Point In An Argument

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  Many lawyers will spend significant amounts of time reading, analyzing, and deconstructing arguments of opposing counsel. This requires a significant amount of reading an research. But Daniel C. Dennett, Professor of Philosophy at Tufts University, recently shared this quick shortcut he uses to when reading argumentative essays ...

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How To Subpoena Amazon

Free Subpoena Amazon Guide

  Amazon.com is the largest online retailer in the United States. Its sales topped $61 billion last year alone. They have customers in every state in the nation. These customers are purchasing almost every type of product you can imagine ...

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