Motion practice is underrated. In particular, my practice is made up of a small number of high value cases that tend to end up before the assigned judges on a relatively regular basis. Issues are often hotly contested and each hearing is like a small skirmish or battle in a larger fight for control of […]
On The Road: Downtown Sarasota.
Back in the old stomping grounds in Broward County for one of our cases there. Things are changing. As usual, I park at our old office.
Lunch at Ben’s Chili Bowl Yesterday
Travel day – Washington, D.C.
I like to listen. I have learned a great deal from listening carefully. Most people never listen. Ernest Hemingway When I walked into my first job as a lawyer, Charles Morehead gave me some of the best advice I ever got. The Firm was a competitive shark tank teeming with talented predators – so these […]
His friends called him Colonel. And he died the other day in the town where he grew up – Parkersburg, West Virginia. John Pfalzgraf was a child of The Greatest Generation. He worked for banks and accounting firms throughout his life but was mostly known as a fighter pilot (Marine during Viet Nam and Air Force […]
My work takes me to strange places. I’ve attended autopsies in Atlanta, crashed plane inspections at small rural airports, multi-day car and truck inspections in salvage yards, surreal crash sites and countless hospital and rehabilitation settings to witness and record clients struggling to overcome devastating injuries. Eyewitness observation of a client’s experiences can be essential to understanding […]