Old books tossed aside at garage sales or on eBay can cotain invaluable lessons. Put your phone down sometimes and grab an old book. You may be surprised at what you discover.

Neighbor to Brown-Forman warehouse sues for toxic tort damage to property caused by escaping ethanol fumes growing whiskey fungus on his property.

Asst. prosecutor failed to disclose relationship of juror to court. Court of Appeals failed to see problem, Supreme Court finds clear violation of constitutional right to fair and impartial trial and reverses ordering new trial.

Two quotes from the book, The Man to See demonstrate why criminal lawyers do what they do with pride. The defense they provide is a defense of everyone's rights, the Bill of Rights.

Trial advocacy and litigation skills can only be learned one way: actually trying cases to a jury

Bad faith and violation of Kentucky consumer protection law leads to large damages award by Campbell County jury against Indiana Insurance Company

Trip-and-fall case asphalt pothole whose fault was it and what percentage of fault is attributed to the business invitee

Trial advocacy and the art of rhetoric are becoming absent in our court system.  In one of my earlier blogs I featured an article about the disappearing jury trial.  Along with the disappearing jury trial are naturally - disappearing trial lawyers....

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$3.45 million jury award for "bad faith" lawsuit upheld by Kentucky Supreme Court against Indiana Ins. Co.

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