Originally published in the May 7, 2012 issue of LitigationWorld: A psychology professor at Northwestern University recently published a report debunking many of the claims of online dating sites, concluding that the only reliable means of assessing chemistry is a face-to-face meeting. Thanks to today's technological marvels, litigators tend to meet with clients and adversaries less frequently. In today's issue of LitigationWorld, Seattle litigator (and the founding columnist of this newsletter) Kim Gunning shares her insights on face-to-face meetings based on recent events in some of her cases. Because your clients are not always best served by shouting matches via email or telephone, Kim may have stumbled upon a simple yet profound litigation strategy. Also, don't miss the LitigationWorld Pick of the Week for six tips to ensure perfect trial presentations.
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