Mindfulness for the Female Trial Lawyer During the Era of Covid-19 Through lecture and actual practice, this session will explore the science behind mindfulness and meditation, and will teach basic techniques to increase your focus, decrease stress, help with productivity, and stimulate creativity. It will include discussion of the latest scientific research on using mindfulness […]
On October 8 & 9, 2019, Lyndsay Markley, principal of Lyndsay Markley Law, acted as a guest speaker and panelist at Ignite2019 a National Prevention Conference hosted by Darkness to Light with the goal of uniting “child sexual abuse professionals and experts, researchers, and individuals from a wide variety of disciplines who share a commitment […]
Trojan Horse Method is a specialized course for plaintiff’s and criminal defense attorneys. Trojan Horse works to develop skills in trial lawyers via two components 1) presentation skills and 2) trial structure. Presentation skills are real-life communication methods that can be learned and practiced to engage the jury. They are based on fundamental principles of […]
The Louisiana Supreme Court has tapped 5th Circuit Court of Appeal Judge Susan Chehardy to temporarily fill the vacant seat on the high court left by former Justice Greg Guidry’s departure. Chehardy will serve as a justice pro tempore until a permanent successor for Guidry’s District 1 seat on the Louisiana Supreme Court is elected […]
On March 18th, 2019, the United States Attorney for the District of Maryland announced that a Maryland personal injury law firm had agreed to pay the United States $250,000 to settle claims that it did not Reimburse Medicare for payments made on behalf of a firm client. As part of the settlement, the firm “also […]
There is a lot of confusion about the April 16, 2019 announcement by the FDA to stop the sale of the remaining POP transvaginal meshes. “Pelvic Mesh Off the Market” were the glaring headlines. But that simply is not true. Mesh used to treat incontinence, or stress urinary incontinence (SUI) as it’s commonly called, remains […]
“Least burdensome.” It is the mandate used by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to guide how it regulates medical devices. Sounds good doesn’t it? Of course patients expect the watchdog agency to be protecting the public health and safety by approving only the safest, most effective medical devices that are the least burdensome on American’s […]
Many people believe that problematic transvaginal mesh has been recalled from the market. While it’s true that a few of the more troubling meshes have been quietly and voluntarily removed from the market by industry, the majority remain and are sold and implanted every day. How can that be considering the reports of complications, pain and […]
Lyndsay Markley is a prominent trial lawyer in Chicago. Although Lyndsay has successfully represented victims in all areas of personal injury law, since forming Lyndsay Markley Law in 2014, she has focused her practice on representing survivors of sexual and physical abuse. In the past four years alone, Lyndsay has secured tens of millions of […]
Hare Wynn attorney, Ashley Peinhardt was elected to the Birmingham Bar Association’s 2018 Executive Committee on Friday, Dec. 8 as a member-at-large. Ashley received her law degree from the Cumberland School of Law, and joined Hare Wynn in 2010. Her practice is concentrated in the areas of catastrophic injuries, wrongful death, medical malpractice, birth trauma, […]
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