Elizabeth Cabraser In Trial Magazine: How to Appeal-Proof Your Verdict

Elizabeth Cabraser In Trial Magazine: How to Appeal-Proof Your Verdict

An article published in the February 2019 issue of the American Association for Justice’s Trial Magazine, features a list from Lieff Cabraser founding partner, Elizabeth Cabraser, of the “7 Ways to Appeal-Proof Your Verdict.” Cabraser notes that while “a verdict for your client may not be the end of your case-sometimes, it is a ticket to a court of appeals.” She recommends 7 steps that can function as a way to “safeguard that verdict.” These include: [Read more…]

Mark Chalos Talks to Trial Magazine About the Critical Importance of Juries

Mark Chalos Quoted in AAJ Trial Magazine Article Highlighting the Importance of Juries

An article in the January 2019 issue of the American Association for Justice’s Trial Magazine uses a recent injury case to highlight the importance of jurors to our civil justice system. In the case, the question of whether to let a jury decide a pivotal matter arose on the issue of defendants’ summary judgment motion to have the case dismissed entirely. [Read more…]

John Spragens Writes on “Lawyering Through Listening” in August 2017 Trial Magazine

John Spragens Writes on “Lawyering Through Listening” in August 2017 Trial Magazine

Lieff Cabraser attorney John T. Spragens has written a piece entitled “Lawyering Through Listening” in the August 2017 issue of the American Association for Justice’s Trial Magazine. The article discusses how developing the skill of active listening in litigation matters will help in making a practitioner a better lawyer. [Read more…]

The Revolution of Predictive Coding and ESI Protocol in Legal eDiscovery

Predictive Coding and ESI Protocol in Legal eDiscovery

Lieff Cabraser partner Annika K. Martin has written an in-depth review of predictive coding in legal eDiscovery for Trial Magazine. In an industry where time is precious, the utilization of innovative learning technologies that are novel in the field of litigation serves as a different way for lawyers to handle their cases in a more cost-effective, accurate, and timely manner. One such type of software approach is known as predictive coding. [Read more…]