I see my work as a lawyer as both an art and a science. I believe in the Japanese idea of kaizen–continuous improvement–and look forward to a lifetime of study of the law, persuasion, and becoming a better person. Another useful Japanese word that English lacks is masakatsu–to win directly, correctly and with integrity. This is my goal as a trial lawyer.
I am a dual Board Certified Civil Trial Advocate who handles cases across the United States. I am mostly known for my work in the area of truck accident litigation and safety, but love helping lawyers in all kinds of cases. You can find a fuller biography, including my credentials and publications, here.
A truly eye-opening experience.
You will leave the seminar as a better attorney and a better advocate.
- Curtis Fifner
A more mindful approach.
The workshop made me a better lawyer and more thoughtful person.
- Martin Mathers
Well worth the price of admission.
It renewed my passion for a profession that was no longer providing me with satisfaction.
- Jim Malek