We’ve all long heard about writing practices to avoid, including run-on sentences, excessive passive voice, and nominalization. This webinar not only discusses how those habits can damage briefs, but also explores a key habit brief-writers should embrace: using strong, precise verbs, which are the engine of a persuasive sentence. Panelists also exchange views about finding the most persuasive voice and tone, as well as the right temperature for rhetoric.
Rob Michaels is a Senior Attorney working to protect clean water, wildlife, biodiversity and forests in the Midwest. Mr. Michaels is an experienced plaintiffs-side litigation attorney with 30 years of… Read More
Gerald Meyer’s practice focuses on complex business litigation, white collar criminal matters and investigations, and appellate litigation. He has represented businesses, senior corporate officials, and individuals in a broad array… Read More
Stephen L. Brodsky is a Partner of Mazzola Lindstrom, LLP and is resident in the firm’s New York City office. Stephen has practiced complex commercial litigation for more than twenty-five… Read More