Often we hear a lawyer stand up and say, “Objection Hearsay”. What does that mean? Why is that lawyer objecting to what a person said?
A settlement is the term for a formal resolution of a legal dispute without the matter being decided by a court judgment. While many people are unaware of this term it can provide great benefits.
"The book’s contents are a collection of suggestions for lawyers appearing before judges." --Geoff Hamby
"As I find myself preparing cases for trial after a several-year hiatus, I chose this book for a little perspective and found so much more." --Nichole Manning
Clients often ask...What happens in a deposition? This is part one of a three-part blog series I’ll be doing on “What Happens in a Deposition?” As a lawyer, it’s easy to forget that most people will never even use the word “deposition” for their entire life. But, once someone becomes a client, a deposition is very likely to be something they’ll have to deal with. --Geoff Hamby