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The Curious Case of Philando Castile, Continued… By: Dr. Amy Singer, PhD & Kristina Denius, JD., And so the case continues. In this update we will explore recently revealed clues germane to the [...]
January 13, 2016 By Amy Singer, Ph.D., and Kemberlee Bonnet, M.A. Part 1 Have you ever conducted a Decision Navigation® research study? It’s an excellent tool that allows researchers to plan a very detailed decision tree for successful litigation strategy. [...]
November 10, 2015 By Amy Singer, Ph.D. and Kemberlee Bonnet Social media is allowing researchers the chance to study human behavior in a new context, as users are freely revealing more and more information about themselves at both the individual [...]
November 2, 2015 By Amy Singer, Ph.D. and Kemberlee Bonnet In our prior article we discussed the sacred attribute of Chokmah, which translates to “wisdom” (Applied Kabbalah: 10 sacred attributes to integrate into litigation – Part three: Wisdom, June 17, 2015), [...]
By Hayes Hunt and Brian Kint Social media is a mainstay in daily life. Over a billion people are registered users of Facebook. The Facebook logo and the logos of other social networking giants such as Twitter are quickly becoming [...]
By Janet Ellen Raasch The best law firm websites have an entirely new look and feel. Propelling these dramatic changes are the user interfaces and content delivery systems popularized by smartphones and tablets, as well as online usage preferences and habits [...]
AP | By MICHAEL KUNZELMAN NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Lawyers for a former BP engineer are pressing federal prosecutors to explain how their client impeded a grand jury probe by deleting text messages about the company’s response to the 2010 [...]
Steven Mufson,The Washington Post BP’s former rig supervisors Robert Kaluza and Donald Vidrine are the mystery men of the Deepwater Horizon oil drilling disaster that killed 11 workers and triggered the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history.
Article written by Walter Pavlo Can a person be charged for Obstruction of Justice and go to prison for 20 years for throwing away personal information during a federal investigation? I’m not sure what the answer to that is but [...]
By Michael Muskal Oil company BP has agreed to plead guilty to misconduct and negligence charges and pay a record $4.5-billion fine in connection with the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill, one of the nation’s worst environmental disasters.