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The Daily Report Recognizes DEF's newly Elected Partners

January 2, 2020 BY DEF Admin | Firm News

"The Daily Report recognized DEF’s four newly elected partners, who all happen to be women. Already partner, Jennifer Parrott, has been promoted to equity partner, while Vivian Fisher, Whitney Lay Greene and Melody Kiella have been announced as partners. 

The Daily Report article highlights our firm’s first ever partnership class composed of all women. “Drew Eckl’s partnership did not overtly aim to elect an all-female class, said the Atlanta firm’s managing partner, Joe Chancey, but it does point to an increased focus, as at many firms, on supporting women lawyers." ... Continue Reading

Defeating Reptilian Tactics in First-Party Insurance Cases

January 09, 2020 BY DEF Admin | Webinar

Attorney Karen Karabinos features in a Strafford webinar where she addresses tactics on responding to Reptile Techniques during discovery, deposition, vior dire, opening statement, cross-examination, and closing arguments. ... Continue Reading

Sara Becker Discusses the Scott Nelson Case on Court TV with anchor Yodit Tewolde

July 10, 2019 BY DEF Admin | Video

Sara Becker joins Court TV anchor Yodit Tewolde to provide expert commentary on the case of FL v. Nelson. ... Continue Reading

Sara Becker Discusses the Scott Nelson Case on the Law & Crime Network

July 03, 2019 BY DEF Admin | Video

Sara Becker joins Bob Bianchi on the Law & Crime Network to provide expert commentary on the case of Scott Nelson. ... Continue Reading

The Electronic Logging Device Mandate and Effect on Future Trucking Litigation

October 17, 2017 BY DEF Admin | Podcasts

Attorneys Jennifer Parrott and Melody Kiella address the impact of electronic data devices on defense litigation and their effect on future trucking cases. ... Continue Reading

The Application of Judicial Estoppel in Insurance Claims

October 10, 2017 BY DEF Admin | Podcasts

Attorney Karen Karabinos discusses the application of judicial estoppel in insurance claims and the circumstances under which an insurer should consider using it as an affirmative defense. ... Continue Reading

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