I think about this at least twice a day – what would social distancing, the shut down, and working from home be like if it wasn’t 2020, a solid 20 years into the Information Age? One thing I know for sure – LGM Injury Law wouldn’t be up and running as smoothly as we are … More A 2020 Look at Working Through a Pandemic
I was talking about all this with a friend last week when this – probably inevitably – popped up: Dark Waters was infuriating, moving, and a terrific legal thriller, where does it rank with other ‘law’ movies? … More LGM Injury Law’s Top Legal Movies
One of the cool things about taking Torts in law school are the stories. Every case is a mini-series worthy of binging. That may account for why I became a medical malpractice attorney. The pinnacle of Torts is the final exam (remember, by the way, that the final is the only grade in the class, … More An Amazon Prime Torts Final Exam Question
We need to talk about Bobby Jenks. Even if you’re a die-hard Red Sox fan you may not recognize the name. Bobby only pitched 15 innings for the 2011 Red Sox, otherwise known as the most disappointing team in Red Sox history. In the winter before the 2011 season, though, Jenks was a much ballyhooed … More A Red Sox and Informed Consent
. . . about Social Media. If you’re involved in a medical malpractice law suit, or a personal injury suit, or may ever become a plaintiff , you need to take a moment and read what follows. Because, simply, social media is not the plaintiff’s friend. You may [think] you know this all ready, you … More We Need to Talk . . .