Lawyer V. Lawyer

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Welcome to Lawyer V. Lawyer, the only legal podcast giving you both sides of the trial room floor. This is a special edition episode featuring a recent radio interview Gary Burger and Debbie Champion did on Dr. Stan Fine's "It's Your Business" Radio Show. In this special episode we'll cover some of the stigmas around lawyers in business, how lawyers get business, how you know it's time to get a lawyer involved to sue, and more.   To get more information, suggest topics for Debbie and Gary to discuss, or hire them, email info@lawyervlawyer.com. For more episodes visit our Lawyer V. Lawyer Facebook page or website. Although the advice is good, no attorney-client relationship is formed by listening to this podcast. Thanks for listening!
Welcome to Lawyer V. Lawyer, the only legal podcast giving you both sides of the trial room floor. In this episode: Gary and Debbie Discuss how to litigate by zoom - tips and tricks for taking depositions and mediating cases by zoom. How to use documents, video record depos, meditate successfully, use exhibits and presentations.  To get more information, suggest topics for Debbie and Gary to discuss, or hire them, email info@lawyervlawyer.com. For more episodes visit our Lawyer V. Lawyer Facebook page or website. Although the advice is good, no attorney-client relationship is formed by listening to this podcast. Thanks for listening!
Welcome to Lawyer V. Lawyer, the only legal podcast giving you both sides of the trial room floor. In this episode: Debbie and Gary discuss the effect fake news and election litigation has on the law and litigation everywhere else. All of a sudden, people are openly criticizing judges and decisions, are filing baseless lawsuits and making claims without proof. But we have rules of evidence and ethics rules to control that. How the weird political world bleeds into normal lawyer work. To get more information, suggest topics for Debbie and Gary to discuss, or hire them, email info@lawyervlawyer.com. For more episodes visit our Lawyer V. Lawyer Facebook page or website. Although the advice is good, no attorney-client relationship is formed by listening to this podcast. Thanks for listening!  
Our Lawyer v. Lawyer hosts discuss social media now: using it as part of an investigation to see if the plaintiff to see if they are exaggerating their injury and the strategy of that; using it to investigate venire panels and potential jurors for their political views and socioeconomic status; and the rapidly (still) changing nature of social media with rapid political and pandemic changes we are experiencing.
Gary and Debbie talk about cases with bad injuries and high damages: some of which have good liability and others may not be worth a hoot. Start at the end of the case, assess whether plaintiff is sympathetic or not sympathetic, turn tough liability cases into good liability cases, jury research and early resolution.
Debbie and Gary discuss what they did with their offices to accommodate Corona and working from home, productivity of employees and their experience with Corona. They also prognosticate on systemic changes in the law that will happen because of Corona.
Gary and Debbie welcome Jill Bollwerk again for her second episode with us. We continue our discussion about Jill’s practice and what her, Debbie and Gary’s plans are for the next decade. We figure out that we like what we’re doing and are mostly going to continue what we’re doing. We talk about lawyer advertising, how to market ourselves, Jill’s great networking and our concerns and risks we will confront in the next decade or so. We also continue our discussion about work-life balance and when we like to get our work done - balancing our other interests and family.
In this episode, Debbie and Gary welcome Jill Bollwerk of Bollwerk and Tatlow as their guest. We discuss how her practice started and some unique aspects of being a woman trial lawyer. Women in the courtroom need to take the edge off and try cases differently. Women can be harder on other women. Then we discuss work-life balance and how we choose our life and practice.
For episode 59, Garry and Debbie discuss the lessons we learned or re-learned in 2019: don’t get too big for your britches; perfect is the enemy of good; get rid of the haters – no good deed goes unpunished; get your plan together, keep at it and trust your intake instincts; work with a servant’s heart; Appellate work is challenging and makes you home your instincts. Gary and Debbie wish you a happy new year and look forward to more podcasts in 2020. To get more information, suggest topics for Debbie and Gary to discuss, or hire them, email info@lawyervlawyer.com. For more episodes visit our Lawyer V. Lawyer Facebook page or website. Although the advice is good, no attorney-client relationship is formed by listening to this podcast. Thanks for listening!
Dan Schnurbush again joins Debbie and Gary about the exciting topic of insurance coverage: The insuring agreement, exclusions, denying coverage under the insurance agreement or exclusions, burden of proof on insured to prove insuring agreement, burden of proof and insurance company to enforce exclusions, conflict, dec actions, mistakes lawyers make in coverage issues, pressure lawyers could put on insurance companies on insurance issues. 
Welcome to Lawyer V. Lawyer, the only legal podcast giving you both sides of the trial room floor. In this episode: Gary and Debbie have guest Dan Schnurbush join them to discuss insurance coverage: bad faith law, coverage letters, policy interpretation, duty to defend, duty to defend when no duty to indemnify exists, arbitration. Great episode with a lot of detail.  To get more information, suggest topics for Debbie and Gary to discuss, or hire them, email info@lawyervlawyer.com. For more episodes visit our Lawyer V. Lawyer Facebook page or website. Although the advice is good, no attorney-client relationship is formed by listening to this podcast. Thanks for listening!
Public public image of lawyers and how we treat each other; what are the do’s and dont’s and rules of litigation battles; do you give records and extensions on discovery? Do you do speaking objections or motions for sanctions? Good judgment calls from Debbie and Gary on these key issues.
In this episode of Lawyer V. Lawyer Gary and Debbie discuss really tough judgment call areas of litigation: (1)what to do what do you do when your opponent introduces questionable or misleading evidence; (2) what do you do with a witness who won’t answer a question but keeps talking; and (3) how do you handle a incorrectly granted objection?
C. D. Longo of Longo and Biggs talks about his interesting career from oil and gas, general counsel, and forming and starting a firm. He now runs a successful law firm. Listen to Gary and Debbie find out how to start a successful law firm with CD. 
Today we're featuring an excerpt from a live recording of a Lawyer V. Lawyer episode about ethics. As usual, Debbie and Gary have some unbelievable stories to tell about things they've seen involving legal ethics over the years. Stay tuned for another great episode. https://burgerlaw.com/lawyer-v-lawyer-podcast/
In this special CLE episode of Lawyer V. Lawyer we have Peter Dunne who will discuss how to step up your trial game with advanced tips from a seasoned trial attorney.
In this special episode of Lawyer V. Lawyer we bring in several of St. Louis' most prominent judges to talk about their top do's and don'ts when it comes to litigation and courtroom etiquette.
Today we're featuring an excerpt from a live recording of a Gary Burger's presentation on Immunity in the legal system: its history, who it applies to, and ways of dealing with it in the pursuit of justice. https://burgerlaw.com/lawyer-v-lawyer-podcast/
Today we're featuring an excerpt from a live recording of a Lawyer V. Lawyer episode about ethics. As usual, Debbie and Gary have some unbelievable stories to tell about things they've seen involving legal ethics over the years. Stay tuned for another great episode. https://burgerlaw.com/lawyer-v-lawyer-podcast/
Gary and Debbie welcome Guest Jake Thomaczek to discuss discuss client communication. Jake asks the questions about his biggest challenges in talking with the clients: managing expectations and balancing talking and communicating clients with practicing law. How often should you call clients and how do you handle these situations? The three of us discussed techniques of handling that and being efficient direct and communicate well with our clients.
Gary and Debbie welcome Guest Jake Thomaczek to discuss discuss client communication. Jake asks the questions about his biggest challenges in talking with the clients: managing expectations and balancing talking and communicating clients with practicing law. How often should you call clients and how do you handle these situations? The three of us discussed techniques of handling that and being efficient direct and communicate well with our clients.
Debbie and Gary talk Patent, trademark and copyright law with Don Kelly, including protections afforded by those laws, typical mistakes lawyers and lay people make, and litigation. 
Welcome to Lawyer V. Lawyer, the only legal podcast giving you both sides of the trial room floor. In this episode: Don Kelly joins Debbie and Gary to discuss Patent, trademark and copyright law, his practice and how they apply to numerous business situations. More fascinating than you’d think. To get more information, suggest topics for Debbie and Gary to discuss, or hire them, email info@lawyervlawyer.com. For more episodes visit our Lawyer V. Lawyer Facebook page or website. Although the advice is good, no attorney-client relationship is formed by listening to this podcast. Thanks for listening!
Welcome to Lawyer V. Lawyer, the only legal podcast giving you both sides of the trial room floor. In this episode: Debbie and Gary discuss liability of store owners, mall owners, security companies, schools and churches in active shooter situations. Employees, guests, foreseeability, causation, OSHA regulations, and policies and procedures - run, hide or fight.  To get more information, suggest topics for Debbie and Gary to discuss, or hire them, email info@lawyervlawyer.com. For more episodes visit our Lawyer V. Lawyer Facebook page or website. Although the advice is good, no attorney-client relationship is formed by listening to this podcast. Thanks for listening!
Guest Bonnie Clair discusses how she made it to where she is, developing a bankruptcy business, creditor rights, fixing broke, and women attorneys in the bankruptcy world. 
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Podcast Details

Created by
Gary Burger
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Feb 14th, 2018
Latest Episode
Dec 15th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
66
Avg. Episode Length
30 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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