Once upon a time, in a land I could see out my window, there was a thing called the banker’s hour. The length of the hour was the same as it was for the rest of us. 60 minutes. Bankers in those days however, only toiled for 8 of them in a row. Their working…

When I first started practicing law there was no email. We got along just fine, blissful in our ignorance of the great electronic time saver. In the early days of email, AOL’s “you’ve got mail” and accompanying “bing” was more novelty than necessity. My dial-up connection didn’t bring those very often anyway. Much has changed…

Under Analysis: Karma Ran Over My Dogma. By St. Louis Personal Injury Attorney Spencer Farris, The S.E. Farris Law Firm

By Spencer Farris for the nationally syndicated column “Under Analysis” We’ve all heard stories about someone whose car breaks down shortly after they visit a dealership to check out the new models. Karma, or in that case, carma. My column last month was critical of technology. On Friday, I lost two computers here at the…

SEFarris-Blog-2013.11-Thoughts-Life

By: Paul Luvera This week I’d like to share some thoughts about how we view life as trial lawyers. Some of this directly does apply to trying cases and some of it is general advice about our attitudes about life. The late Ann Landers printed these “tips for life” one time in her advice column: When…

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  A real trial is nothing like a TV trial. Some information flies by at break neck speed and other important evidence never even gets to the jury. Here are some things you should know before going to trial.

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