Man shot during 2018 booting incident files suit

Man shot during 2018 booting incident files suit As published in the Atlanta Journal Constitution by Chris Joyner. A man who was shot in the leg in a midtown parking lot last Thanksgiving during an argument over a booting is suing the man who shot him and the company that put the boot on his car. The […]

Getting Medical Records Cheaply Using the HITECH Act

Stop paying hundreds of dollars for medical records and use the HITECH Act to get records for less than $10.   By:      Matt Wetherington and Sarah Quinn   The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act was a part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act signed in February 2009 during the […]

Know the Jury Before Walking Into the Courtroom

Practice Tips: Guide to Juror Research (2016 Update)   By: Matt Wetherington and Sherry Rosen During voir dire, prospective jurors are generally responsive to thoughtful questions and speak candidly and enthusiastically about preexisting beliefs and biases.  Just kidding.  In most cases, open and honest panel members are among the first to receive a preemptive strike.  […]