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Drew Eckl replaces rotating leader plan, boosts Managing Partner role

February, 01, 2018 BY DEF Admin | Firm News

"Joe Chancey was featured in the February 1 Daily Report.  The article discusses the changes to our firm’s leadership structure." ... Continue Reading

Watch Out! The Reptile Theory Is Slithering into First-Party Property Cases

March 19, 2018 BY DEF Admin | Publications & Presentations

The reptile theory, attributed to David Ball and Don Kennan, who co-authored Reptile: The 2009 Manual of the Plaintiff's Revolution (Balloon Press, 2009), is no longer used just in personal injury or products liability cases. Insureds' attorneys are increasingly utilizing the theory in first-party property case ... Continue Reading

ELDs could lead to 'reptile' tactics in the courtroom: Part 1

March 02, 2018 BY DEF Admin | Publications & Presentations

Some attorneys who defend drivers and carriers fear that electronic logging devices (ELDs) could make it easier for plaintiff lawyers to utilize powerful 'reptile' tactics to win over juries and obtain unfairly large awards. ... Continue Reading

A Training Guide for the "#metoo" Revolution: Ending Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

February 02, 2018 BY DEF Admin | Publications & Presentations

The #MeToo movement has brought to light the prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace. ... Continue Reading

Abominable Snowball: Damages in Injury Cases Related to Opioid Use

January 31, 2018 BY DEF Admin | Publications & Presentations

Randy Moody presented on damages related to opioid drugs in bodily injury cases at the 2018 Winter Conference presented by The Harmonie Group and Canadian Litigation Counsel. ... Continue Reading

The ELD Mandate: Feeding the Reptile with Voluminous Electronic Data

November 06, 2017 BY DEF Admin | Publications & Presentations

Five years ago, Congress passed the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Enhancement Act of 2012, which ordered the Secretary of Transportation to regulate commercial motor vehicles by requiring most of them to be equipped with electronic logging devices ("ELDs") for purposes of improving compliance with hours-of-service regulations. 49 U.S.C. ยง 31137(a)(1). ... Continue Reading

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