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Hosted by litigation attorney Maxwell Goss, the Litigation War Room offers insight and inspiration for courtroom lawyers. Featuring interviews from leading litigators in every area of law, the podcast provides strategies, resources, and war stories.
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On this episode, Maxwell Goss speaks with William Charron, the nation's leading art law and litigation attorney, who handles a wide range of art authenticity, title, and related matters, as well as commercial and IP matters. Bill discusses a high-profile case in which he represented the owner of artwork alleged to have been stolen by the Nazis in World War II. Bill also provides insights into the fascinating world of art law and litigation, and provides advice for those seeking to make a career in this exciting field. ---------- “These cases bring in the mix not only law, but emotion and morals and a number of questions that the law simply can’t answer, but that it is unquestionably guided by, because judges are people, too.” -William Charron ---------- 00:18 - Introduction 01:37 - William Charron’s law practice 02:54 - How Bill got into art law 03:56 - Law and Economics in art law 007:04 - Representing Phil Spector in the "Be My Baby" case 08:33 - Representing Nelly Furtado in the "Do It" case 09:59 - The Court of Arbitration for Art (CAfA) 14:00 - Deep dive on the Egon Schiele "Torso" case 34:11 - The laches defense in art law 38:53 - The big issues in art law today 42:03 - Bill’s advice for those interested in pursuing art law 45:08 - Where to find Bill online ---------- William Charron is one of the nation’s preeminent litigators for authenticity, title, and stolen art disputes. Bill is the co-chair of Pryor Cashman’s Art Law practice and is a member of the firm’s Litigation, Intellectual Property, and Media and Entertainment Groups. He frequently lectures and writes on issues impacting the art world, including World War II restitution cases, art authenticity, artist royalty rights, and procedural law issues. Clients enthuse that he is a “very innovative and forward-thinking person,” and “extremely knowledgeable in all kinds of ways in all areas of art law.” In addition to his work in art law, Bill has extensive experience handling commercial litigation involving property rights in a number of contexts, including intellectual property matters arising under the Copyright and Lanham Acts, right of publicity, and defamation cases, and real estate litigation. He has also represented clients in complex cases involving civil RICO, securities fraud, and banking claims, as well as contract, shareholder, and LLC membership disputes. ---------- https://www.pryorcashman.com/william-l-charron (William Charron’s Attorney Bio) https://news.virginia.edu/content/qa-law-alumnus-spearheads-new-art-arbitration-court (William Charron Spearheads New Art Arbitration Court) https://www.oneartnation.com/webinar/real-fake-the-rise-and-fall-of-art-scammers/ (William Charron Featured in Art Forgery Documentary) ---------- https://www.thelitigationwarroom.com/ (Show Website) https://twitter.com/LitWarRoom (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-litigation-war-room-podcast/ (LinkedIn) https://www.facebook.com/The-Litigation-War-Room-Podcast-111235441143108 (Facebook)
On this episode, Maxwell Goss talks with Angelo Spyratos, a leading insurance defense attorney and founder of Spyratos Davis in Chicago, Illinois. Angelo has tried more than 40 cases to verdict, and is an accomplished author and speaker. Angelo provides his defense perspectives on personal injury trials and shares some of his secrets for reaching today's jurors. ---------- “We try to mitigate the damages for our client. We try to assess them and say this what you’re looking at and then work like the dickens to try to minimize the exposure that a client might have in what is probably the worst point in their lives.” -Angelo Spyratos ----------- 00:19 – Introduction 02:40 – Angelo Spyratos's insurance defense practice 06:49 – Angelo's commitment to trial advocacy 08:51 – A recent wrongful death case that Angelo handled 16:31 – Dealing with today's jurors 28:24 – Advice on examining experts at trial 32:55 – Further observations on today's jurors 39:27 – Angelo's advice to defense attorneys 43:14 – Where to find Angelo online ---------- Angelo Spyratos is a Founding Member of SpyratosDavis LLC. For 25 years he has concentrated his practice in civil litigation defense, with over 40 civil jury trials to verdict for his clients. Angelo’s passion for his client’s interest allows him to serve as a trusted advisor and counselor in championing their cause before courts throughout the state. He has published numerous articles on trial practice and often serves as an author and presenter for continuing legal education. Outside the practice, Angelo enjoys traveling, cooking, photography and tournament poker. He shares 3 of these 4 hobbies with his wife and two children. ---------- https://www.loanlawyer.law/staff-view/troy-doucet/ (About Angelo Spyratos) ---------- https://www.thelitigationwarroom.com/ (Show Website) https://twitter.com/LitWarRoom (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-litigation-war-room-podcast/ (LinkedIn) https://www.facebook.com/The-Litigation-War-Room-Podcast-111235441143108 (Facebook)
On this episode, Maxwell Goss interviews Troy Doucet, a leading foreclosure defense attorney, law entrepreneur, and accomplished author. Troy has written a book called The Art of War for Lawyers, which takes insights from the classic text The Art of War and applies them to modern litigation. Troy talks about developing a winning strategy, and expounds on the five factors every litigator needs to master to get great results for clients. Troy also talks about his foreclosure practice and his new legal eLearning venture. ---------- “If you are able to keep your strategy secret, but you figure out what the other side’s is, then you are able to focus all of your energies on one point, whereas the other side has to attack or defend all points.” -Troy Doucet ---------- 00:19 – Introduction 01:25 – Troy Doucet's foreclosure defense practice 03:34 – Troy's life before practicing law 09:44 – Troy's e-learning venture 13:53 – The Art of War for Lawyers 15:44 – Sun Tzu's The Art of War 21:45 – The 5 factors for success in battle 29:01 – Strategy in warfare and litigation 37:18 – Secrecy and litigation 44:23 – Where to find Troy online ---------- Troy Doucet opened his law firm in 2010, immediately after graduating law school. Law is a second career for him, after extensive work in the mortgage industry. He works hard for his clients and has always maintained a philosophy that you should not have to be rich to hire a good lawyer. Troy has litigated hundreds of cases and dozens of appeals in his career, with several notable decisions that shape consumer law for the benefit of people at the Sixth Circuit federal appellate court. He is licensed in Ohio and Florida and admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts for the Northern District of Ohio, the Southern District of Ohio, and the Southern District of Florida, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of the United States. Due to Troy’s years of work in the mortgage industry, he has a unique and comprehensive understanding of mortgage financing and foreclosure defense. He published a 440-page book about litigating foreclosure cases in 2008, titled, 23 Legal Defenses to Foreclosure: How to Beat the Bank, and then published an integrated copy of Regulation Z in 2009, titled Regulation Z of the Truth in Lending Act: 12 C.F.R. Part 226. In 2014, he published The Art of War for Lawyers. He regularly speaks on the topic of foreclosure and consumer law and has taught numerous CLE courses for other lawyers. ---------- https://www.loanlawyer.law/staff-view/troy-doucet/ (About Troy Doucet) https://www.amazon.com/Art-Lawyers-Troy-Doucet-Esq/dp/0692207600 (The Art of War for Lawyers) https://www.elearning.law/ (eLearning.Law) ---------- https://www.thelitigationwarroom.com/ (Show Website) https://twitter.com/LitWarRoom (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-litigation-war-room-podcast/ (LinkedIn) https://www.facebook.com/The-Litigation-War-Room-Podcast-111235441143108 (Facebook)
On this episode, Maxwell Goss interviews Kurtis Wilder, a former justice of the Michigan Supreme Court who now practices law at the Detroit firm Butzel Long. Justice Wilder talks about his interesting career as a jurist – first as a trial judge, then appellate judge, and finally a supreme court justice. He also discusses a very interesting appeal involving the law of wills and trusts and the rules of professional conduct. Throughout the conversation, Justice Wilder provides valuable insights on the art of appellate advocacy. ---------- “The appellate panel is thinking about how to place the facts of this case within the context of all the other cases that deal with similar issues of law. And what they’re thinking about is the fabric of the law.” -Kurtis Wilder ---------- 00:18 – Introduction 01:04 – About Kurtis Wilder 04:15 – Mediations and COVID-19 08:52 – Trial experience and the appellate judge 15:23 – Papazian v. Goldberg (In re Mardigian Estate) 22:28 – Wills and trusts versus contracts 27:50 – The role of the legislature 29:41 – Tips for effective appellate advocacy 34:40 – Judicial perspective on private practice ----------- Former Justice Kurtis T. Wilder is a shareholder of Butzel Long. He concentrates his practice in litigation and appeals. Justice Wilder was appointed by Governor John Engler as judge of the Washtenaw County Circuit Court in March 1992. In December 1998 Governor Engler elevated Justice Wilder to the Michigan First District Court of Appeals where he served four terms from 1998-2017. On May 9, 2017, Governor Snyder appointed Justice Wilder to the Michigan Supreme Court. Justice Wilder graduated from the University of Michigan with an A.B. degree in Political Science in 1981, and from the University of Michigan Law School with a Juris Doctor degree in 1984. ---------- https://www.butzel.com/attorneys-kurtis-wilder.html (About Kurtis Wilder) http://publicdocs.courts.mi.gov:81/opinions/final/coa/20151008_c319023(137)_rptr_136o-319023-final.pdf (In re Mardigian) ---------- The Litigation War Room is hosted by litigation lawyer Maxwell Goss. Max represents clients in intellectual property and business cases throughout Michigan and around the country, bringing forceful advocacy and creative solutions to every case he handles. ---------- https://www.thelitigationwarroom.com/ (Show Website) https://twitter.com/LitWarRoom (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-litigation-war-room-podcast/ (LinkedIn) https://www.facebook.com/The-Litigation-War-Room-Podcast-111235441143108 (Facebook)
We are sad to report that Norman Lippitt has died at the age of 85. Norm was our very first guest on The Litigation War Room. He may have been our best one, too. Though his physical health was declining when we did the interview, Norm’s mind was sharp as ever. He shared some amazing war stories from his storied legal career and offered some really valuable advice for courtroom lawyers. Norman Lippitt was a lion of the law. In honor of his legacy, we’re re-playing his interview on The Litigation War Room. ---------- “When you cross-examine a witness, the golden rule is: Don’t lose. You may not gain anything. You may not win. But don’t lose.”-Norman Lippitt---------- https://www.amazon.com/Trenches-Guerrilla-Warfare-Other-Tactics/dp/0615477321/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=norman+lippitt&qid=1620824441&sr=8-1 (In the Trenches: Guerilla Warfare and Other Trial Tactics) https://www.lippittokeefe.com/ (Lippitt O’Keefe, PLLC) ---------- The Litigation War Room is hosted by litigation lawyer Maxwell Goss. Max represents clients in intellectual property and business cases throughout Michigan and around the country, bringing forceful advocacy and creative solutions to every case he handles. ---------- https://www.thelitigationwarroom.com/ (Show Website) https://twitter.com/LitWarRoom (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-litigation-war-room-podcast/ (LinkedIn) https://www.facebook.com/The-Litigation-War-Room-Podcast-111235441143108 (Facebook)
On this episode, Maxwell Goss interviews Aaron Phelps, a commercial litigator with the Varnum law firm. Aaron handles a range of litigation matters including healthcare, corporate governance, energy, and environmental tort actions. Aaron talks about his victories in a series of important lawsuits he filed against Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan for charging “hidden fees” on its customers. Aaron also shares insights on the art of the bench trial. --------- “A judge is just another juror. They’re people and they have an emotional reaction just like everyone else. You want the judge to be on your side.You want them to want to rule in your favor.“-Aaron Phelps---------- 00:18 – Introduction 01:09 – About Aaron Phelps 03:41 – About Aaron’s firm 04:29 – The “hidden fees” cases 13:28 – Hi-Lex Controls, Inc. v. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan 27:49 – Aaron Phelps’ advice on bench trials 32:52 – Concluding remarks ---------- Aaron Phelps focuses his practice on complex commercial and environmental litigation – in Michigan and around the country. Aaron has represented clients in contract and corporate governance disputes, telecommunications and energy matters, health care litigation and environmental tort actions. Over the last five years, Aaron has represented over 200 companies in lawsuits against Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan for ERISA violations. The first trial resulted in a $6 million judgment, and subsequent judgments ranged from $315,000 to over $8 million. Aaron defended the primary judgment on appeal, where it was unanimously affirmed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and certiorari denied by the U.S. Supreme Court. In February 2020, Aaron successfully tried an inverse condemnation case against the City of Grand Rapids on behalf of the Plaza Towers. The jury awarded over $7 million in a case where the City offered zero dollars in settlement. Currently, Aaron represents over 400 Rockford area residents in over 250 lawsuits against Wolverine Worldwide and 3M related to PFAS contamination. ---------- https://www.varnumlaw.com/people-aaron-m-phelps (About Aaron Phelps) https://www.varnumlaw.com/newsroom-publications-varnum-recoups-millions-in-hidden-access-fees-for-clients (About the “hidden fee” cases) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaxsaY9lIWE (Aaron Phelps featured in water contamination documentary) ---------- The Litigation War Room is hosted by litigation lawyer Maxwell Goss. Max represents clients in intellectual property and business cases throughout Michigan and around the country, bringing forceful advocacy and creative solutions to every case he handles. ---------- https://www.thelitigationwarroom.com/ (Show Website) https://twitter.com/LitWarRoom (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-litigation-war-room-podcast/ (LinkedIn) https://www.facebook.com/The-Litigation-War-Room-Podcast-111235441143108 (Facebook)
On this episode, Maxwell Goss speaks with Mike Morse, a high-profile attorney known for his entertaining TV ads and his impressive wins on behalf of injured clients. Mike is the author of Fireproof: a Five-Step Model to Take Your Law Firm from Unpredictable to Wildly Profitable. Mike talks about how he went from being a true solo to becoming a household name. Mike shares some of his secrets for building what he calls a “fireproof” law firm. ---------- “What is the lawyer’s biggest case? The biggest thing in their life is their law firm. And I don’t see the same preparation in running a law firm as I do running their biggest case. . . . Spend at least the amount of time running your law firm that you do on your biggest case.”-Mike Morse---------- 00:18 – Introduction 02:19 – About Mike Morse’s practice 04:57 – The importance of delegation 06:46 – Why Mike decided to write Fireproof 08:26 – COVID’s impact on law firms 09:12 – Mike’s television ads 13:14 – The Jesus Moreno Case 17:34 – Why Mike wrote Fireproof 21:02 – Running a law firm like a business 23:31 – The “Legal Jumbotron” 25:25 – How Mike answers skeptics 28:11 – Concluding remarks ---------- Mike Morse is the founder of Mike Morse Law Firm, the largest personal injury firm in Michigan. Mike lectures across the country on the practice of law and how to build a successful law firm. Recently, he was named a #1 Amazon Best-selling author for his book on this topic, FireProof: a Five-Step Model to Take Your Law From from Unpredictable to Wildly Profitable. Mike also hosts a weekly podcast, Open Mike, where he shares advice on the law and brings important legal topics to the forefront. He is also involved with many charitable organizations including Project Backpack, a program he founded that provides free backpacks and school supplies to students in need. Mike has received many awards and accolades, including being named one of America’s 50 Most Influential Trial Lawyers by The National Law Journal and The Trial Lawyer Magazine, Lawyers Weekly Leader in the Law, DBiz Top Lawyer, and Super Lawyer’s Top Rated Lawyer. Mike has also received multiple Golden Gavel Awards for his award-winning commercials and garnered coverage from prominent news outlets and renowned publications such as The Today Show, Huffington Post, and Lawyers Weekly. He is often featured as a legal advisor on local news broadcasts in metro Detroit. ---------- https://www.amazon.com/Fireproof-Five-Step-Unpredictable-Wildly-Profitable-ebook/dp/B088X41PPP/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=fireproof+mike+morse&qid=1624735279&sr=8-1 (Mike’s Book: Fireproof) https://www.855mikewins.com/podcast/ (Mike’s Podcast: Open Mike) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA-zdVrR6P5hhdRUbS_cFXm3xV5veOxF5 (Mike’s Award-Winning Commercials) ---------- The Litigation War Room is hosted by litigation lawyer Maxwell Goss. Max represents clients in intellectual property and business cases throughout Michigan and around the country, bringing forceful advocacy and creative solutions to every case he handles. ---------- https://www.thelitigationwarroom.com/ (Show Website) https://twitter.com/LitWarRoom (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-litigation-war-room-podcast/ (LinkedIn) https://www.facebook.com/The-Litigation-War-Room-Podcast-111235441143108 (Facebook)
In Episode 3 of The Litigation War Room podcast, Maxwell Goss speaks with Peter Mahler, a litigator and thought leader in the growing area of "business divorce" law, i.e., cases involving breakups and disputes among co-owners of closely held business entities. Peter discusses Jacobs v. Cartalemi, an influential case for LLC member litigation. Peter also offers his insights on representing business owners and the evolution of business divorce law. ---------- “Very simply, business divorce is the separation of business owners who don’t want to be together anymore. It can be an amicable parting of the ways, or it can be a very nasty, drawn-out, expensive, litigated parting of the ways.” -Peter Mahler ---------- 00:19 – Introduction 01:19 – About Peter 02:50 – What is business divorce? 05:08 – Business divorce and shareholder oppression 08:14 – Peter’s typical clients 10:54 – LLC vs. corporation 16:09 – Jacobs v. Cartalemi 22:05 – Farro v. Schochet 29:21 – LLC laws in different states 33:13 – Peter’s advice for litigating a business divorce case 38:56 – How to find more of Peter online 40:34 – Business appraisal ---------- Peter A. Mahler concentrates his litigation practice on business divorce cases involving dissolution and other disputes among co-owners of closely held business entities, such as limited liability companies, corporations, and partnerships. He represents both control and non-control owners, often involving family-owned businesses. Peter frequently counsels business owners prior to litigation, not only to advise them of their rights, but to assist in designing and negotiating an amicable separation of the parties. His counsel helps avoid litigation by means of a buy-out, sale, or division of business assets. ---------- https://www.farrellfritz.com/attorney/peter-a-mahler/ (About Peter Mahler) https://www.nybusinessdivorce.com/ (New York Business Divorce) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/business-divorce-roundtable/id1119603805 (Business Divorce Roundtable) ---------- The Litigation War Room is hosted by litigation lawyer Maxwell Goss. Max represents clients in intellectual property and business cases throughout Michigan and around the country, bringing forceful advocacy and creative solutions to every case he handles. ---------- https://www.thelitigationwarroom.com/ (Show Website) https://twitter.com/LitWarRoom (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-litigation-war-room-podcast/ (LinkedIn) https://www.facebook.com/The-Litigation-War-Room-Podcast-111235441143108 (Facebook)
In this episode of The Litigation War Room podcast, Maxwell Goss is joined by nationally recognized plaintiff’s attorney Patrick Salvi. Pat discusses some of his dramatic trial wins, including the $148 million jury verdict in Tierney Darden v. City of Chicago, which more than doubled the previous record verdict in the State of Illinois. In this interview, Pat provides valuable insights on discovery, jury selection, and maximizing damages at trial. ---------- “If you start listening to defense lawyers and insurance companies about the value of your case, you’re in the wrong business. Think bold and big.”-Patrick Salvi ----------  00:19 – Introduction 01:16 – About Patrick 02:15 – How Patrick got into personal injury law 04:21 – Trying cases during COVID-19 06:53 – Patrick talks about some of his notable wins 07:34 – Patrick’s ownership of two minor league baseball teams 08:33 – Patrick’s relationship with Notre Dame Law School 11:29 – The Tierney Darden Case 46:28 -  Patrick’s advice for maximizing a damages award ----------  Patrick A. Salvi concentrates his legal practice in several limited areas primarily involving a trial practice in cases concerning serious personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful death, and mass torts. Mr. Salvi has achieved record-breaking jury verdicts and settlements on behalf of his clients, including serving as lead counsel in obtaining an Illinois record-high $148 million jury verdict and a Lake County record $33 million jury verdict. Under his leadership, the law firm has obtained more than 280 multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements totaling more than $1.5 billion on behalf of injured clients. Mr. Salvi is dedicated to helping his clients – individuals, families or corporations – providing the highest level of professional legal representation.  ----------  https://www.cbsnews.com/news/lawsuit-148m-award-tierney-darden-chicago-ohare-airport-bus-shelter-accident/ (Jury Awards $148 Million to Chicago Woman Paralyzed after Airport Accident) https://www.salvilaw.com/ (Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard) https://twitter.com/SalviLaw (Salvi Law on Twitter) ---------- The Litigation War Room is hosted by litigation lawyer Maxwell Goss. Max represents clients in intellectual property and business cases throughout Michigan and around the country, bringing forceful advocacy and creative solutions to every case he handles. ---------- https://www.thelitigationwarroom.com/ (Show Website) https://twitter.com/LitWarRoom (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-litigation-war-room-podcast/ (LinkedIn) https://www.facebook.com/The-Litigation-War-Room-Podcast-111235441143108 (Facebook)
In this episode of The Litigation War Room podcast, Maxwell Goss talks with legendary trial lawyer Norman Lippitt. Norm reflects on more than 50 years of litigation and trial practice – first as a prosecutor, then as a high-profile criminal defense lawyer, and then, after a stint on the judicial bench, as a civil trial lawyer trying huge cases for prominent individuals and businesses. Renowned for his mastery of the courtroom, Norm shares some entertaining stories as well as his insights on the art of cross-examination. ---------- “When you cross-examine a witness, the golden rule is: Don’t lose. You may not gain anything. You may not win. But don’t lose.”-Norman Lippitt ---------- 00:19 – Introduction 01:14 – About Norman 02:24 – Norman’s career 09:28 – The Matty Moroun Case 11:07 – The Geoffrey Fieger Case 13:07 – The Jake Hogan Case 19:34 – O’Keefe v. Costello 27:34 – Norman’s advise for cross-examination ---------- Norman Lippitt is a founding partner of Lippitt O’Keefe, PLLC. Norman has been practicing law for over 50 years and has gained priceless experience, wisdom and the respect of his colleagues and clients. Norman’s distinguished career began as a prosecutor in Wayne County Recorder’s Court. After a period of time he transitioned his talents and skill in the courtroom to become a criminal defense attorney. Miraculously, he tried over 100 major felony cases before he turned 30, an unprecedented feat in today’s legal environment. The tales of Norman’s legal prowess and acumen spread to Lansing, and in 1985, the governor appointed Norman to the bench of the Oakland County Circuit Court, where he served for three and a half years before returning to private practice. Since returning to private practice, Norman has tried many jury trials to conclusion involving shareholder actions, contract disputes, employment matters, civil rights and professional liability, among others. He has successfully defended and resolved major class action suits in both state and federal court. In addition to his civil practice, he has a family law practice and has tried countless large asset divorce cases and other domestic matters. Michigan’s bench and bar recognize Norman as one of the state’s most outstanding trial lawyers. ---------- https://www.amazon.com/Trenches-Guerrilla-Warfare-Other-Tactics/dp/0615477321/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=norman+lippitt&qid=1620824441&sr=8-1 (In the Trenches: Guerilla Warfare and Other Trial Tactics) https://www.lippittokeefe.com/ (Lippitt O’Keefe, PLLC) ---------- The Litigation War Room is hosted by litigation lawyer Maxwell Goss. Max represents clients in intellectual property and business cases throughout Michigan and around the country, bringing forceful advocacy and creative solutions to every case he handles. ---------- https://www.thelitigationwarroom.com/ (Show Website) https://twitter.com/LitWarRoom (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-litigation-war-room-podcast/ (LinkedIn) https://www.facebook.com/The-Litigation-War-Room-Podcast-111235441143108 (Facebook)
Welcome to The Litigation War Room! In this introductory episode, host Maxwell Goss explains what the podcast all about: Hearing great stories and gaining great insights from some of the nation’s most respected litigators and trial lawyers. The Litigation War Room is hosted by litigation lawyer Maxwell Goss. Max represents clients in intellectual property and business cases throughout Michigan and around the country, bringing forceful advocacy and creative solutions to every case he handles. Experienced in a broad range of matters, Max focuses his IP litigation practice on trade secret, trademark, patent, and copyright matters, as well as technology and licensing disputes. Max also maintains an active business and civil litigation practice with an emphasis on non-compete disputes and shareholder litigation. ---------- https://www.thelitigationwarroom.com/ (Show Website) https://twitter.com/LitWarRoom (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-litigation-war-room-podcast/ (LinkedIn) https://www.facebook.com/The-Litigation-War-Room-Podcast-111235441143108 (Facebook)
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