Kurt Kastorf, Sharon Zinns, and Cody Wigington, plaintiffs lawyers and commercial litigators, are featured in article on COVID-19
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Kastorf Law Featured in Article on Starting a New Firm During a Pandemic

Thanks to the Daily Report for running a recent feature story mentioning Kastorf Law on how new solo shops are dealing with the COVID-19 Pandemic. Although the article’s core subject is running a new firm during a health crisis, it also contains a decent primer on what it is Kastorf

The Pendergrass Law Firm is a Gwinnett County, Georgia personal injury law firm.
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Firms You Should Know: The Pendergrass Law Firm

Philip Pendergrass is a trial attorney and owner of the Gwinnett-based personal injury law firm The Pendergrass Law Firm, founded in April 2019. Dedicated to helping others, Philip focuses his efforts on auto and trucking accidents, premises liability, god bites, dangerous drugs, defective medical devices, and other serious personal injury

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The Art of Cross Examination: Golden Rules for the Examination of Witnesses

The answer to yesterday’s Lamar Inn of Court trivia question: “Who was the famous 19th century trial lawyer and author of The Art of Cross Examination?” is Francis L. Wellman. For those interested in learning more about Francis Wellman’s work on cross examination, we’ve reproduced portions of Chapter IX, which

substantial evidence standard in Georgia
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What Does the Substantial Evidence Standard Mean in Georgia?

What does the substantial evidence standard mean in Georgia? A recent ruling from the Court of Appeals of Georgia reminds us that the answer is: not very much. Fulton County v. Berry, A20A0434 is a reminder that “substantial evidence” really means “any evidence.” The easiest way to keep up on

How to respond to Golden Rule Motions in Limine in Georgia
Pretrial Litigation & Strategy

Golden Rule Motions in Limine: How to Respond

What is the best response to a motion in limine to prohibit “golden rule” arguments in Georgia? How should you respond to golden rule motions in limine? In Motions in Limine: The Complete Guide, Kastorf Law proposed a complete plan for trial lawyers responding to motions in limine. Part I of

Tips from the best trial attorneys in Georgia
Pretrial Litigation & Strategy

Sage Advice: What the Best Trial Attorneys Know That You Might Not

Kastorf Law asked a number of stellar trial attorneys to each answer the following question: “What is one thing—big or small—that you wish you had realized earlier on in your career? It could be a great trial tip, a discovery tactic, a negotiating strategy, or something about the business of