Blog Posts in October, 2015

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  • Honored to be Representing One of Joe Barton's Clients Today
    Honored to be Representing One of Joe Barton's Clients Today

    Friday Erin O’Dea and I had the privilege to represent one of Joe Barton’s clients in a college reimbursement petition. Joe is still in the hospital but in our phone conversation he continued to be ...

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  • Choose Your Battles Wisely: The Art of Objecting
    Choose Your Battles Wisely: The Art of Objecting

    By Harrison Donahoe Typically when people imagine attorneys, especially divorce attorneys, in a courtroom the first image that springs to mind is that of a huge cacophonous argument filled with legal ...

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  • When the Rubber Hits the Road
    When the Rubber Hits the Road

    9,937.5 hours. This is certainly a number I won’t remember – in fact I spent the last few minutes with a calculator and calendar figuring out exactly what the number was. The biggest thing that is ...

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  • Things Left Unsaid: The Importance of Critical Analysis to the Lawyer
    Things Left Unsaid: The Importance of Critical Analysis to the Lawyer

    I’m standing in a room that six months ago, I would have found myself hurriedly eating lunch in before my afternoon classes. The students and alumni of Rhodes College, amongst whose ranks I now find ...

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