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There are numerous links in the chain of getting new clients from the Web. If any one of these links is weak, or severed, your chances of having success will be notably reduced: Site visitors Law practice web marketing has to start out with visitors. Needless to say, if you don’t get targeted visitors to your website, it is quite not likely that you will be able to get new clients. But...
Miami CSI and other TV crime solving shows captivate viewer attention with the glamour, excitement, and challenge of forensic police activity. We watch as the prosecutor insists on hard, incriminating evidence that will withstand court scrutiny to put the bad guys behind bars. If you are considering a forensic career, this five-part series will explain the role of the expert witness and...
In this article, Ray Horak makes the point that effective communications is all about choosing the right words. The corollary is that ineffective communications is all about choosing the wrong, or perhaps intentionally vague, words. That's where interpretation comes into play, and that's where technical experts and even lexicographers get involved. Horak shares some interesting examples...
How much opinion to share with the attorney in the initial inquiry call is a question often discussed at expert witness gatherings. Attorneys have certainly taken advantage of experts in two ways - the expert wanting to understand as much as possible about the case before committing, and a natural inclination to be of help. This has resulted in 1) being named as the expert without being...