Weaver v. Myers, M.D.

Lawyers are taught to be circumspect and cautious representing facts. I’m not going to do that here. Because I know better. So with apologies to old-timey practitioners, here is my reading of the Florida Supreme Court’s latest ruling saving consumers from the unrelenting pummeling of the healthcare delivery and insurance markets and their omnipresent and […]

The Jury’s Sense of the Thing

Two weeks ago, I ended a series of posts about the role of Senses in litigation (Taste, Touch, Smell, Sight, Hearing). About the time that I ended those, I ran across something even better. A real scientific explanation of what I was getting at – published in the Journal of Consumer Research. Here it is. So Close I Can […]