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Trial Lawyer Nation

Michael Cowen

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Michael Cowen and his guests explore critical topics distinctive to the legal profession - specifically focusing on developing extremely efficient law practices, securing a competitive edge in the industry, and wildly excelling in the courtroom.
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Welcome to Trial Stories, an informative discussion of civil justice with a focus on the human story. I'm your host, Arkady Frekhtman, a New York City trial lawyer passionate about helping serious injury victims and their families. I am the founder of Frekhtman & Associates. We have offices in Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, and the Bronx. You can find me on my website https://866attylaw.com.
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I share 32+ years of trial lawyer advocacy and communication skills to help good lawyers become GREAT trial attorneys and, smart business owners become better communicators. Listen to tips here and get my latests daily flash communication tips updates ("Alexa, what's my flash update") via Amazon Alexa on your Amazon Echo. Simply "enable" your briefing at http://Mitch.Today
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Colorado Trial Lawyer Connection

Keith Fuicelli, Fuicelli & Lee

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The pursuit of justice starts here. Join host Keith Fuicelli as we uncover the stories, strategies, and lessons from Colorado trial lawyers to help you and your clients achieve justice in the courtroom. Our goal is to bridge the gap between theory and practice—connecting you to the proven strategies that work from the state’s most accomplished litigators—to sharpen your own skills in the pursuit of justice. If this podcast is bringing value to your practice, be sure to subscribe and join us ...
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The Trial Lawyers College Podcast talks to leading attorneys, TLC board members, and faculty about the ideas and the issues that are affecting trial lawyers today. The TLC podcast covers courtroom strategy, communicating with jurors, connecting with clients, methods that drive success, balancing healthy relationships with a busy practice and more.
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Trial Lawyers University

Dan Ambrose, Trial Lawyers University

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Satisfied with being an average trial attorney? This isn't the podcast for you. Welcome to Trial Lawyers University (TLU), the ultimate playbook for lawyers that want to achieve trial immortality. Hosted by TLU founder and veteran trial attorney Dan Ambrose, this power-packed podcast features in-depth interviews with Top Ranked Trial Lawyers, including Brian Panish, Keith Mitnik, Joe Fried, Zoe Littlepage, Rex Parris, John Romano, Sach Oliver, Jakob Norman, Dino Colombo, Lloyd Bell, Chris Fi ...
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This is a podcast for DUI trial lawyers by a DUI trial lawyer. We hope to share some of the strategies and tactics that have helped us win in court. Whether you are a new attorney or a seasoned pro, I think there will be something for everyone to learn. As a DUI trial lawyer I will cover such topics as cross examination of the arresting officer, cross of the lab technician on blood cases, cross of the technician on breath cases, discovery issues, opening statements and everything in-between.
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Can lawyers really get cases from their podcasts? Robert Ingalls built a business banking on just that. In this episode of Trial Lawyer Nation, host Michael Cowen welcomes LawPods CEO and Founder (and recovering lawyer) Robert Ingalls to discuss how lawyers are using podcasts to fuel their businesses and personal brands. Podcasts have the ability t…
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Construction work is now the deadliest job in America. In NYC, immigrants make up over 50% of construction workers, facing grave dangers without adequate safety regulations. Falls, electrocutions, falling objects and scaffolding accidents are among the top killers. Common life-altering injuries include spinal and head/brain trauma, PTSD, depression…
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If you ask the jury for a big number you don’t believe in, you’re probably not going to get it. The jury is going to sense it, and your client is going to pay the price. In this episode of Trial Lawyers University, Dan Ambrose is joined by Craig Peters, partner and trial attorney at Altair Law® who handles complex and catastrophic cases involving s…
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Marketing a law practice is different from other types of businesses, due to things such as unique ethical considerations and the referral aspect. On this episode of Trial Lawyer Nation, Michael Cowen is joined by Gyi Tsakalakis, President and Co-Founder of AttorneySync, a digital legal marketing agency. A former trial lawyer from Southeast Michiga…
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The jury doesn’t care if you make money or not. Your trial story has to be the story of what the defendant did wrong and then you need to motivate the jury to do something great. In this episode of Trial Lawyers University, Dan Ambrose is joined by the-one-and-only Michael Cowen. Michael is a renowned truck accident trial lawyer, the founding partn…
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Empathy is an emotion not commonly associated with lawyers. But harnessing it can provide valuable insight. On this episode of Trial Lawyer Nation, Michael Cowen is joined by colleague Robert Disque who focuses his practice on 18-wheeler and commercial vehicle cases. Tune in to hear Michael and Robert discuss Robert’s path to law, the difference be…
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1994 graduate and board member from the beginning of the Trial Lawyers College, Cyndy Short, explains the importance and reasons for TLC having a Women’s Regional Seminar. Cyndy details the experiences from last year’s seminar while highlighting some of the staff included in this years Women’s Regional Seminar at Scarritt Bennett in Nashville, TN o…
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"I'm able to help people with the most important thing in their life. I'm able to fight for them in court, which is just a blast. On top of that, it's the most intellectually stimulating job I can imagine because I have to learn about science, medicine, products liability, you name it. So I've never been bored and even with all the anxiety and slee…
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You can get great results at trial even if you don’t have a perfect case. As long as you’re connecting with the client, the purpose, and the cause, the jury will see that. In this episode of Colorado Trial Lawyer Connection, Keith Fuicelli is joined by Boulder, Colorado personal injury lawyer, John Duguay. Keith and John talk about a tough car acci…
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Today I reveal shocking strategies used by defendants in legal cases. In his insightful video, I discuss a curious practice observed through the New York trial attorney's list serve, where defendants often employ independent medical examining physicians (IMEs) to challenge plaintiff claims without thorough examination. This eye-opening narrative ex…
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Lawyers aren’t necessarily great business people, or even good law office managers for that matter. That’s because running a business requires a different type of skill set than the practice of law. However, if you have a firm that is run well, you will have more time to be a good lawyer. On this episode of Trial Lawyer Nation, Michael Cowen is joi…
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In a startling turn of events, New York City's subway system faced a moment of crisis on January 4, 2024, when a No. 1 train derailed following a collision. This incident, occurring at the West 96th Street station, resulted in over 20 minor injuries and disrupted vital subway lines. Delve into our comprehensive article for an in-depth analysis of t…
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Traumatic brain injuries can devastate victims and their families. But obtaining fair compensation is tremendously difficult and outcomes vary widely across New York State. Coming up on Arkady Podcast: I analyze recent traumatic brain injury lawsuit verdicts and settlements across different New York counties. If you or a loved one suffered a devast…
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It’s that time of year again. What do we want 2024 (and beyond) to look like and how are we going to make it happen? At Cowen | Rodriguez | Peacock, it all starts with goals. But, as we’ve all learned by now, all goals are not created equal. How do you identify your goals? Are they long-term or short-term and how do they align with your existing ci…
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This episode discusses how insurance companies evaluate and calculate settlement amounts for personal injury claims, typically aiming to minimize payouts through various formulas that work in the company's favor. It outlines factors affecting case value, methods insurers use for estimation, issues of comparative negligence, and dispels common misco…
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When taking a case to trial, you always want to have the facts in your client’s favor. But how do you handle a personal injury case where the facts are different than they initially seemed or aren’t advantageous to your client? In this episode of Colorado Trial Lawyer Connection, Keith Fuicelli is joined by attorneys Erin Hogan and Ben Flicker to t…
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Jury trials can be notoriously unpredictable, even when the facts are in your favor. To be successful at trial, attorneys need to do more than just rehearse their opening and closing statements. They also need to know how to influence the jury. On this episode of Trial Lawyer Nation, Michael Cowen is joined by nationally recognized trial consultant…
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Matt Sahag meets with Rafe Foreman, Paula Estefan, Ron Estefan, and Susan Hutchison in Puerto Rico for a TLC auctioned case consult. Carlos Conception hosted the group where they discussed the importance and impact of digging into the story and connections about Matt's case. Listen as the group performing the consult breaks down the process and the…
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In our next episode, "Lifting the Veil on Forklift Safety," we delve into the startling statistics and personal stories behind the forklift accidents that impact thousands each year. Tune in as we explore the crucial balance between efficiency and safety, dissect the latest OSHA mandates, and offer life-saving tips for workers and companies alike. …
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You can have all the cases in the world, but until you start trying them, you’re not going to get much value from them. You have to put people in the courtroom to get that average fee up. In this episode of Trial Lawyers University, Dan Ambrose is joined by Baton Rouge native, Steven DeBosier of Dudley DeBosier Injury Lawyers, who shares lessons fr…
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"One piece of advice I would give people is you really have to be yourself because insincerity is sensed by juries. It's sensed by judges. If you're trying to be something you're not, it's not going to work." John Rockecharlie and Russ Stone joined us on RVA Trial Lawyers. We discuss their many years working as prosecutors and criminal defense lawy…
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Lawyers constantly receive training in the form of CLE. However, training staff members in the day-to-day running of a law office is no less important to a successful practice. Nobody comes into a law firm knowing everything. Ongoing reminders and documented procedures are needed for employees to learn new things, retain information, and correct mi…
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If you’re not practicing your performance in preparation for trial, then you’re missing a huge opportunity. In this episode of Trial Lawyers University, Dan Ambrose is joined by nationally recognized nursing home abuse and neglect lawyer Michael Hill of Eadie Hill Trial Lawyers. Michael has won numerous seven-figure trial verdicts and settlements, …
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There’s no substitute for working hard. Talent alone isn’t enough. If you want to be a great trial lawyer, hard work is number one. In this episode of Trial Lawyers University, Dan Ambrose is joined by Wesley Ball, founding partner of Kaster Lynch Farrar & Ball, LLP, a firm that is a nationwide leader in automotive and tire defect and tire-related …
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Every week, more car accident victims suffer serious spinal cord injuries. While many of us assume these collisions involve other vehicles, only 43 percent of them occur that way. About 26% of all accidents involve hitting fixed objects. The remaining crashes involve pedestrians, people using bicycles and other forms of transportation – or non-coll…
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Trying cases is an evolving process. And if you’ve been doing the same thing for 25 years, you’ve probably been doing something wrong for the past 24 years. From shorter jury attention spans, to Zooming in experts, to condensing information, and incorporating more visuals, courtroom trial techniques and jury expectations have changed significantly …
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"To me, if you say what is justice? I remember during the summer of George Floyd when people said no peace, no justice. I started wondering all summer long what people think is justice. I think having those seven or twelve people participate, that's justice." Judge Catherine Hammond joined us on RVA Trial Lawyers. We discuss her career as a lawyer …
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Most lawyers think trial is theater. But theater is just the frosting on the cake. In this episode of Trial Lawyers University, Dan Ambrose is joined by nationally recognized trial lawyer Mark Kosieradzki, founding partner of Minnesota-based Kosieradzki Smith Law Firm LLC. Mark is an expert on 30(b)(6) depositions and teaches his techniques at semi…
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Trial is not a law school exam. Just because you can technically put in evidence of certain elements of damages, doesn’t mean it's in the client’s best interest to do so. It’s up to you–after having the conversation with your client, of course–to make strategic choices on damages. Afterall, the goal is to maximize chances of getting the best possib…
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Suffering a slip and fall accident can be a frightening and painful experience. Even if your injuries seem minor at first, these accidents can have serious long-term effects. That's why it's so important to take the proper steps after a slip and fall to protect your health and legal rights. This guide will walk you through the key things you need t…
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Although properly trained and experienced delivery truck drivers can often limit their highway and road collisions, they still encounter far too many drunk, unlicensed, distracted, and negligent drivers traveling in nearby lanes. These same careful drivers must also regularly contend with older or poorly maintained trucks and other road vehicles th…
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Every case has facts that weaken a client’s position. But by showing their hand to the jury early on, a lawyer can build trust and credibility as part of a winning strategy. In this episode of Colorado Trial Lawyer Connection, Ed Lomena joins Keith Fuicelli to discuss a recent verdict on a rear-end collision case involving a likable client whose ca…
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It’s easy to get into your own bubble as a lawyer and to keep doing something because that’s the way you’ve always done it. But just because you’ve been doing something for 30 years–or however many years–it doesn’t mean you’ve been doing it the right way. In this episode of Trial Lawyers University, Dan Ambrose is joined by Ed Ciarimboli, a Pennsyl…
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When you see a hurdle, don't run from it. Run at it, and figure out how to clear it, because every case has a lot of hurdles. In this episode of Trial Lawyers University, Dan Ambrose is joined by legendary trial lawyer and the defense’s worst nightmare, Keith Mitnick. Keith is a Senior Trial Lawyer for Morgan & Morgan. He has handled many high prof…
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Trial lawyers can’t be afraid of failure. It is often by refusing default thinking and defying expectations that a trial lawyer gets the first big win that sets the tone for their career. On this episode of Trial Lawyer Nation, Michael Cowen speaks with Maxey Scherr–a Texas trial lawyer, board certified in truck accident law–who recently started he…
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When you practice personal injury law, you have clients on pain medication all the time. But how often as lawyers do we ask: Is my client addicted? Do we have a problem? In this episode of Colorado Trial Lawyer Connection, Keith Fuicelli is joined by attorneys Alana Anzalone and Jerry Bowman. Alana and Jerry share their success story in a challengi…
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