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Defamation Cases: Why an Expert Witness is Vital

TASA ID: 2156

Very few people that serve on juries – whether they are housewives, mechanics, sales clerks, etc. or financial planners, architects, rocket scientists, etc. have the knowledge, background or understanding of how defamation (or negative communications) works.  They understand that it is alleged that one person/entity communicated something bad about another that was untrue, derogatory or disparaging, thus harmful. 

The Importance of Online Reputation Management (ORM) for Legal Professionals

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TASA ID: 11604

Reputation, by its very definition is a nebulous, intangible and complex concept. Trust, along with an excellent reputation as a legal resource, cannot be directly measured like income and expenses.  An attorney’s reputation and credibility matter more today than ever before. Clients prefer to retain attorneys and firms with strong and positive reputations. The internet democratizes information and increased competition from both the attorney next door and cost-effective digital legal platforms, such as LegalZoom, Rocket Lawyer and Nolo. 

Plastic Surgery Expert Witness

The Importance of Ethics

TASA ID: 11869


When choosing a plastic surgery expert witness, it’s important to choose an expert witness who is familiar with the necessary code of ethics. Historically, there has been no real formal code which expert witnesses should follow. However, in 2010, attorney Robert Ambrogi put together a code of ethics which aims to provide a guide for expert witnesses and how they should behave in an ethical way.

What I've Learned As An Expert Witness

Sexual Abuse in the Treatment Room

TASA ID: 4192

"There is no doubt that the vast majority of massage therapists and bodyworkers are honest, hardworking professionals who would never engage in sexual misconduct of any kind. Unfortunately, some individuals who enter our profession lack the integrity, psychological boundaries, or mental and emotional stability to practice ethically." 

Security is a Vital Consideration in the Emergency Management Landscape

TASA ID: 8635

Traditionally, the role of Emergency Management was defined as a planning and support mechanism dealing with risk and risk avoidance of a broad range of situations and events. Emergency management professionals were normally tasked for disaster planning, emergency communications, operating command centers, and securing funding for mitigation and recovery. Therefore, Emergency Managers have historically had closer relationships with the fire service than the security and law enforcement communities. However, it is undeniable that emergency management is integral to the security of an area or organization, and its integration with the security planning and response landscape is vital in addition to current roles in response to major disasters. 
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