Emoji? In Court?

It’s safe to say that even the millennials among us never took “Interpreting Emoji” as part of course work in Evidence. So we were intrigued when we noticed a slew of articles written recently about emoji in court cases. What could the seemingly endless array of,...

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Legislative Update

In addition to all the important bills the VTLA tracked this session, there were a few that passed, a couple that were expected to but didn’t, and one that took a circuitous route that caught our eye. Here’s a brief rundown. Hands-Free Driving: While both chambers...

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Improving your legal writing

Most of my insurance litigation focuses on writing persuasive briefs and letters. Given that focus, I read nearly any credible book on writing, in particular but not exclusively legal writing. Here are some of the best: The Winning Brief, Bryan Garner; On Writing...

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Sources Of Coverage Seminar

 The Insurance Recovery Law Group provided the following two articles along with its presentation at a recent seminar.  The first addresses potential sources of coverage.  The second is a checklist of questions to ask when assessing coverage issues...

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