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Personal Injuries and Cycling

TASA ID: 1199

CNN Money[1] recently announced, "For entrepreneurs, cycling is the new golf." In fact, Google that thought and you will see quite a few references. The popularity of bicycles has expanded faster than any other participant sport in America.  Recent sales figures indicate a 33.2% increase in volume from only a few years ago. To put that in perspective, there are far more cyclists in America than golfers, tennis players and skiers combined.  The participation profile indicates many more adults, from their mid-20s through their mid-60s are now riding and even racing bikes.  While a lot of us are enjoying our bicycles, we cannot forget the ever present risks.  Many of the new crop of mature freedom-loving riders are more secure financially, so those risks are worth calculating. 

Litigators: Five Secrets to Getting the Best Return on Investment (ROI) from Experts

TASA ID: 1648

Expert witnesses. Can’t live with them. Can’t live without them. I have worked with attorneys whose biggest problems were with their experts, not with the facts of the case. I have worked with a handful of experts who I really respect and we were more valuable to the case as complementary resources. Unfortunately, I have worked with and against many more experts who did more harm to the case than good.

The Alienated Child in the Midst of a High Conflict Divorce: A New Approach to Parental Alienation Syndrome

TASA ID: 1385

The alienation of a child from a parent following separation and divorce has drawn significant attention in custody disputes. The clinical presentations of the child's adamant rejection of a parent, which is generally accompanied by strong resistance or refusal to visit with the parent, was originally described by Richard Gardner in the 1980's as Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS). Richard A. Gardner proposed parental alienation syndrome based on his clinical experience with the children of divorcing parents. 
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