civilly speaking

The Ohio Association for Justice Podcast by Trial Lawyers, for Trial Lawyers

We hear this repeatedly: “I just want an answer. I don’t know what happened.” Just to give our client the satisfaction and peace of mind by telling her “It’s not your fault; you did nothing wrong” was priceless.

– Eleana Drakatos, Episode 66

That’s why we do this. This is why we as lawyers have to make the right calls and step forward to do the best we can for our clients but also the best we can for our communities.

– Allen Tittle, Episode 66

The results we get not only help make our clients’ lives better, they can also use the funds to memorialize their family member, create awareness by sharing their stories, and affect change.

– Andy Young, Episode 66

Everything that might have happened in ten years is happening now, and some of it is here to stay.

– Charlie Rittgers, Episode 65

Practicing Law in a Pandemic

In episode 65 of Civilly Speaking, host Sean Harris speaks to Charlie Rittgers of Rittgers & Rittgers and Michael Brown from FindLaw about best practices for law firms amidst COVID-19.

People’s habits have changed and there are some things that after we come out of this pandemic, are going to be permanent.

– Michael Brown, Episode 65

Elections and judicial are two great pillars of democracy, and they’re really only as good as what people believe them to be. So that perception is as important as the work that’s done.

– Judge Jennifer Brunner, Episode 64

A Conversation with Judge Jennifer Brunner on Election Law

In episode 64 of Civilly Speaking, host Sean Harris speaks to Judge Jennifer Brunner, one of eight state appeals court judges of the Tenth District Court of Appeals in Franklin County and a candidate for the Ohio Supreme Court.

It made me a better judge in understanding how if judges and other officials protect the rule of law, it leaves little room for corruption to worm its way in.

– Judge Jennifer Brunner, Episode 64

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