Will Robots Be Entitled To A Jury of Their Peers?
Annotated Outline of Book by Arthur F. Licata, Esq.
Barriers to Free Movement of Civil Justice" Conference - Salzburg, November, 3-6, 2001
By: Arthur F. Licata, Esq.
In order to improve the chance for a successful negotiation, INQUIRE, INQUIRE of the other side. Ask his point of view. Ask what are his perspectives.
Ask what issues are important to him. Ask what are the facts upon which he relies to support his position.
A metaphor for the degree of difficulty confronting the plaintiff's attorneys in Massachusetts, at the commencement of the tobacco litigation, is Lindberg
planning to fly solo across the Atlantic. No one had ever done it and those that had tried died. Flying across the ocean seemed an insurmountable obstacle.
The Outmoded Concept Of Charitable And Nonprofit Organizational Immunity
On Saturday, June 3, 2000 a revolutionary event took place at Boston College Law School. The judges of the trial court spent several hours listening
to members of the trial bar. The second extraordinary aspect of the occasion was that the members of the trial bar spent several hours talking,
debating, agreeing and disagreeing with one another in a spirited intellectual debate. The discussion was about how we practice and how we can
improve our skills in the preparation of jury trials.
The Risk May No Longer Be Worth The Benefit
Case: Keene v. Brigham and Women's Hospital, Inc. 56 Mass. App. Ct. 10 (2002)
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