February 15th, 2022
Previously in this series, we discussed how to make the defense meet its burden. Part two covered “trade secret” or “proprietary information.” Next we looked at some common terms the...
January 25th, 2022
In part one, we discussed how to make the defense meet its burden. Part two covered how to overcome proposed Confidentiality/Protective Orders based upon defense claims/objections of “trade secret” or...
January 4th, 2022
In the last part, we discussed how to make the defense meet its burden. In this part, we take a look at how to overcome proposed Confidentiality/Protective Orders based upon...
December 1st, 2021
Many times, the defense will condition its production of key documents on your agreement to be bound by the defense’s “Confidentiality Order” or “Protective Order” at the outset of discovery....
August 6th, 2021
Trucking cases are far more complex than car wreck cases. Not only are there potentially more responsible parties to consider, but there is much more evidence available both from publicly...
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June 23rd, 2021
When you are injured and hire a personal injury attorney, you are a part of your legal team as well. To help you be better prepared, the attorneys at Rafi...
Photo of commercial motor vehicle with text reading: "When a truck is not just a truck: part 2
June 18th, 2021
In part one of this series, we discussed the common misconception that for a vehicle to be considered a commercial motor vehicle, it has to be an 18-wheeler. In reality,...
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June 10th, 2021
As a personal injury client, you likely have little to no prior experience navigating the legal system. It can be overwhelming and confusing to try to understand your case and...
November 10th, 2017
A Federal Judge in Illinois recently found that a Hardee’s franchise may be liable for injuries suffered by a customer after she slipped and fell on a sidewalk outside the...
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October 7th, 2016
This is the second post about making sure you have all the evidence you need for your case. In the first post, we talked about the proactive steps you can...
Chalk on Concrete
September 27th, 2016
When you first file suit against a business or any other party, there are most likely many documents or other pieces of information that will help you prove your case....
Hearsay Article Full
May 21st, 2016
Mike Rafi's article "This is An Out-of-Court Statement About Hearsay" was published in the Georgia Young Lawyer's Division Review. The "YLD" Review is a state-wide publication available to and read by...