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Since we pick-up new Readers throughout the year…here’s a quick reminder for Advocates of those seven core kinds of Evidence inherent in subrogation Arbitration cases. We have Direct, Documentary, Real, Opinion, Demonstrative, Hearsay and Circumstantial. So how can a presenter leverage other proofs (beyond Documentary) to help support the Damages argument? Since Credibility and Reliability…

Seems like I May Be Right After All on One of My 2015 Predictions – Just a Little Late   by George H. Friedman* SAC Contributing Legal Editor and Board of Editors Member [This was originally published in the author’s blog at the Securities Arbitration Commentator. It was adapted and updated from several postings originally…

That’s Just So Uber Irritating! By George H. Friedman* Several years ago I attended a speakers’ boot camp. The instructor had a habit of reacting to behavior that bothered him by exclaiming, “That’s just so irritating!” I’ve adopted that expression, which was easy to do since I’m so easily irritated.[1] With that in mind, let…

By George H. Friedman* [ARS Chairman of the Board Friedman posted this on his blog at the Securities Arbitration Commentator. Reposted with the permission of and thanks to SAC] As we entered the new year, I blogged on Consumer Arbitration: Five Things to look for in 2016. Among my fearless predictions was “The Arbitration Fairness…