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The podcast goes abroad! In this episode, Tad and Mike talk with Ana Romero, an outstanding trial lawyer from Spain and the current President of PEOPIL, the Pan European Organisation of Personal Injury Lawyers. In the pod, Ana describes the differences between the American civil justice system and the civil justice system in countries throughout Eu…
 
Robert Swafford is the founder and owner of Strike for Cause Jury Consulting, as well as the creator of the Strike for Cause Method of Jury Selection. Robert attended Baylor University where he received his B.A. in Economics and his J.D. from Baylor Law School. He has extensive training in powerful listening and effective speaking, as well as exper…
 
Every lawyer looks for an advantage in the courtroom or in the office. In this podcast, health coach Sara Mandell explains the one advantage all lawyers can give themselves every single day: Eating healthy. All lawyers are busy – we all know it. However, as Sara explains, eating healthy doesn’t have to be complicated or confusing. All that it takes…
 
Friend of the show, Chris Nace, joins Tad and Mike to talk about the National Civil Justice Institute (formerly “Pound Institute”) and its growth into the future. As President for 2022-23, Chris shares exciting developments about the organization, including its rebrand to “The National Civil Justice Institute.” The Institute is largely known for it…
 
New York Times Bestselling Author and former Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander joins Tad and Mike to discuss his new bestselling book, Invisible Strom, in which he gives a candid and transparent glimpse into his struggles with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder following his de-ployment to Afghanistan. After rising from State Representative to p…
 
Tad and Mike welcome Colleen Phalen, Chief Creative Officer at the American Association for Justice to the podcast! Colleen shares the latest information about the upcoming AAJ 2022 Annual Convention being held in Seattle this summer taking place July 16 – 19, 2022. For more information about the American Association for Justice: https://www.justic…
 
In 2005 Congress enacted the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA) which gave immunity to gun manufacturers at a time when gun violence in America was skyrocketing. Following the tragic shootings in Sandy Hook the families of victims sought to hold Remington, the maker of the AR-15, accountable for its role in the murders of the 20 firs…
 
In this exciting episode Tad and Mike are joined by the CEO of the American Association for Justice (AAJ), Linda Lipsen. Recognized by the National Law Journal as one of Washington’s most influential women lawyers, Linda has spent nearly 30 years at the helm of an organization dedicated to protecting the 7th Amendment rights of Americans. Mike and …
 
Brian Cuban discusses his story of addiction, eating disorders, and other serious afflictions in his book, The Addicted Lawyer: Tales of the Bar, Booze, Blow, and Redemption, which can be found here. As Brian recounts the traumatic events in his life that correlate to his struggle with addiction, he addresses the challenges he faced as a child and …
 
Jamal Alsaffar joins the pod to discuss his involvement in federal law cases, the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA), and his role in the trial related to the massacre at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Jamal has spent his entire career as a trial lawyer representing individuals and families in personal injury and catastrophic in…
 
Navan Ward joins the pod to discuss his upcoming term as incoming AAJ President, his goals for the next year, and how AAJ plans to move forward in this post-pandemic world. Navan has spent the last 20 years working with Beasley Allen Law Firm, representing plaintiffs in a variety of cases, including toxic tort, environmental law, product liability,…
 
Kate Moore joins the pod to discuss her book The Radium Girls: The Dark Story of America’s Shining Women. Kate discusses discovering the story, writing her novel, and celebrating the triumphs and tragedies of the Radium Girls. Through her intense research process and authorship, Kate examined the humanity of the women and the consequences of radium…
 
Antonio "Tony" Romanucci joins the pod to discuss his mission to protect a client's human and constitutional rights. Tony speaks about how his work in the Cook County Public Defender's Office has guided him as a plaintiff attorney, particularly in regard to ensuring the civil rights of all of his clients are upheld in our justice system. Tony's wor…
 
Vincent “Vince” Glorioso is a nationally known trial lawyer practicing in New Orleans at The Glorioso Law Firm with his children, Maria Glorioso and Vincent “Trey” Glorioso, III. In this episode of the podcast, Mike and Tad talk with Vince about his illustrious career as a trial lawyer, which ranged from his work as a Judge Advocate General (“JAG”)…
 
F. Paul Bland, Jr. has spent his legal career fighting for consumer rights through his work at Pub-lic Justice. Paul has argued and won more than 40 cases involving consumer protection, employ-ee, and whistleblower rights, including arguing cases before the United States Supreme Court and six of the U.S. Court of Appeals. Paul sits down with Tad an…
 
Joel Feldman’s mission to end distracted driving started in tragedy. In 2009, his daughter, Casey Feldman, was struck and killed by a distracted driver. Since that time, Joel has made it his life’s mission to stop distracted driving through his nationally known and recognized awareness program, End Distracted Driving. Traveling across the country t…
 
Angela Edwards of Lawyers Mutual of Kentucky joins Tad and Mike to talk about the importance of active risk mitigation in your law firm and the importance of having malpractice insurance to protect yourself against claims. As lawyers who handle serious matters with far-reaching consequences, we can all have sleepless nights thinking about potential…
 
Kelsey Starks is a media consultant in Louisville, KY, who trains professionals on how to productively with the press and how to develop professional relationships with reporters. Kelsey’s experience includes working an associate producer for Court TV, a reporter for WCIV news, as well as Co-Anchor of “Good Morning Kentuckiana” on Louisville’s ABC …
 
Brett Emison of Langdon and Emison is a nationally known trial attorney who is heavily involved in both the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys and the American Association of Justice. In fact, Brett just finished a term as President of the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys (“MATA”) during one of the more challenging and unique years any …
 
Automated vehicles are the future for travel and shipping on American roadways — but significant questions still exist about how safe those vehicles are for human and commercial use. Implicit in those questions are issues about who has legal responsibility for a defective part or a defective vehicle, as well as ethical considerations about how this…
 
The American Association for Justice’s Trial Lawyers’ Care (TLC) is a committee of AAJ that serves to encourage, recognize and organize trial lawyers who contribute to their communities through volunteer and charitable activities that serve the public good. Founded shortly after the attacks on September 11, 2001, Trial Lawyers Care gives members of…
 
Katherine James is a nationally known trial consultant who specializes in live communication based on the discipline of theater. Katherine has worked with over 40,000 attorneys across the country through ACT of Communication workshops she developed with her husband and fellow trial consultant, Alan Blumenfeld. Katherine joins Tad and Mike to discus…
 
Cheryl Pope is the Founder of Carlton Human Capital, a consulting service that helps law firms (and businesses of all varieties) develop strategical and leadership plans as well as provides executive coaching and employee engagement. Cheryl joins Tad and Mike to talk about the challenges business owners face during the COVID-19 pandemic and how bus…
 
Tobi Millrood is a partner at the firm Pogust Millrood in suburban Philadelphia, PA, and is also President-elect of the American Association for Justice. Tobi joins Tad and Mike to discuss his upcoming year as President of the American Association for Justice and how he plans to lead the organization, while also maintaining a law practice and direc…
 
Mark Kosieradzki of Kosieradzki Smith joins Tad and Mike to discuss his new book, “Deposition Obstruction: Breaking Through.” Mark is a titan of the trial bar. Having written multiple books on deposition practice and procedure, Mark’s new book on deposition obstruction is sure to be an instant classic. Mark talks with Tad and Mike about ways that n…
 
Saul Gruber of Gruber Trial Consulting sits down with Tad and Mike to discuss his new podcast, “The Jury Thinks What?,” a new podcast in the Lawyer Minds’ ecosystem. Saul is a sought after and respected trial consultant with nearly thirty years of trying and consulting on cases throughout the country. In his podcast, Saul draws on that experience t…
 
Welcome to the second episode of the official Lawyer Minds Podcast! In this episode your hosts, Tad Thomas and Mike Campbell, discuss the Bourbon industry through the eyes of the law. We hear about how Bourbon litigation has led to significant developments in American jurisprudence. To discuss this topic, the hosts sit down with the author of Bourb…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the Official Lawyer Minds Podcast! In this episode your hosts, Tad Thomas and Mike Campbell, discuss what Lawyer Minds is and interview our first guest. Our first guest to the podcast is Colleen Phallen, Senior Director of Meetings and Conventions for the American Association for Justice (AAJ). Tad, Mike, and Colleen…
 
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