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That One Case

33 EpisodesProduced by Harry MortonWebsite

Join us as lawyers share the stories of the cases that influenced their careers. Each week we bring you first-hand accounts from attorneys at the top of their game of some of the most challenging, educational and exciting cases of their careers. So whether you’re looking for insights on how to becom… read more

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Winning the Unwinnable: Omid Rejali, Rejali Law Firm / Lawper

May 24th, 2021


In this episode of That One Case, we talk with Omid Rejali, trial attorney at Rejali Law Firm in San Diego, and creator of Lawper - a platform designed to connect injured parties to lawyers with a focus on providing a …

Losing is a Matter of Perspective: Jon Hyman, Wickens Herzer Panza

April 19th, 2021


In this episode of That One Case, we speak with Jon Hyman, employment and labor lawyer at Wickens Herzer Panzer in Avon, Ohio. Jon focuses on the management side of labor and employment law, providing counsel and …

Looking Out for Lawyers: Omid Zareh, Weinberg Zareh Malkin Price

April 12th, 2021


On today's episode of That One Case, we speak with Omid Zareh, partner at Weinberg Zareh Malkin Price, New York. Omid's speciality is representing businesses and executives in commercial arbitration and litigation. He …

Lawyer and Leader Life Lessons: Ziyad Naccasha, Carmel and Naccasha

April 9th, 2021


In this episode of That One Case, we talk with Ziyad Naccasha, attorney and partner at Carmel and Naccasha LLP, San Luis Obispo, California. Ziyad has over 30 years of experience in business and corporate law, …

Communication is Key: Paul Campson, Campson and Campson

April 7th, 2021


On today's episode of That One Case, we talk with Paul Campson, partner at Campson and Campson, New York. Paul is a trial lawyer with over 20-years …

Fighting For Clients Outside The Courtroom: Robert Brown, The Law Offices of Robert E. Brown

April 5th, 2021


In this episode of That One Case, we talk with Robert Brown, founder of the Law Offices of Robert E. Brown. Before becoming a lawyer, Robert started …

Winning In Defeat: Andrew Cooper, Mohen Cooper LLC

April 2nd, 2021


On today's episode of That One Case, we talk with Andrew Cooper, founding member of Mohen Cooper LLC in Jericho, New York. Working primarily as general counsel, Andrew has over 30 years of experience in representing …

You Have To Be Bad Before You're Good: Joshua Baron, SB Legal

March 31st, 2021


In this episode of That One Case, we talk with Joshua Baron, criminal defense lawyer and founder of SB Legal in Salt Lake City, Utah. Joshua has been practicing law since 2007, and, after working as a prosecutor, …

Freeing Speech: Ron Coleman, Dhillon Law Group

March 29th, 2021


On today's show, we talk with Ron Coleman, partner at Dhillon Law Group in New York. Ron is a commercial litigator working primarily in trademark …

Taking on Governments and Advocating for Settlements: Joanne Ericksen, Ericksen Law Firm

March 26th, 2021


In this episode of That One Case, we talk with Joanne Ericksen, founder of, and attorney at, Ericksen Law Firm in Houston, Texas. After spending years working for big firms that were more concerned with the bottom line …

How To Be Persuasive: Juliet Huck, Academy of Persuasion

March 24th, 2021


In this episode of That One Case, we talk with Juliet Huck, persuasion strategist, author, and founder of the Academy of Persuasion. Juliet has been …

Police On Trial: Bob Genis, Sonin and Genis. Esqs.

March 22nd, 2021


In this episode of That One Case, we talk with Bob Genis, senior and founding partner of Sonin and Genis, The Bronx, New York. Bob is both a Super Lawyer and Top 100 Trial lawyer with over thirty-five years' experience. …

Practicing With Compassion: Michelle Daneshrad, Completion Law Firm

March 19th, 2021


In this episode of That One Case, we talk with Michelle Daneshrad, collaborative attorney, mediator, and founder at Completion Law firm, California. …

The 10-Year Case: Duane Mathiowetz, Practus LLP

March 17th, 2021


In this episode of That One Case, we talk with Duane Mathiowetz, Partner at Practus LLP, Los Angeles, CA. Duane initially started out as a mechanical engineer, but after discovering law he combined these two skillsets …

Battling Dr. Death and Fighting The System: Kay Van Wey, Van Wey, Presby and Williams, PLLC

March 15th, 2021


In this episode of That One Case, we talk with Kay Van Wey, board-certified personal injury lawyer and founder of Van Wey, Presby and Williams PLLC. Kay has thirty years' experience representing clients who have been …

Reuniting Families and Following Your Passion: Ruby Powers, Powers Law Group, P.C.

March 12th, 2021


In this episode of That One Case, we talk with Ruby Powers of Powers Law Group, P.C. Ruby is a board-certified immigration attorney based in Houston, Texas, with a focus on immigration and nationality law. Ruby is an …

Converting Blog Posts to Clients: Knicole C. Emanuel, PractUS LLP,

March 10th, 2021


In this episode of That One Case, we talk with Knicole C. Emanuel, partner at PractUS, LLP. Knicole is a health care litigator with a focus on …

When Business Gets Personal: Roger E. Barton, Barton LLP

March 8th, 2021


On today's show, we talk with Roger E. Barton, managing partner of Barton LLP. Roger is a litigator with a wealth of experience and he and his firm have developed a strong reputation both domestically and …

Walking Away From a Seven-Figuure Salary: Richard Fields, Fields PLLC

March 5th, 2021


On today's show, we talk with Richard Fields. Richard is partner at Fields PLLC, a firm specializing in complex litigation. Richard's career path has taken him down many avenues and he has spent time as a lawyer, …

Redefining The Problem: Thomas Lebens, Fitch, Even, Tabin and Flannery

March 3rd, 2021


On today's show, we talk with Thomas Lebens, intellectual property lawyer and registered patent attorney at Fitch, Even, Tabin and Flannery in California. Thomas' focus within intellectual property includes licensing, …

The First Conviction: Brian Gibbons, Wade Clark Mulcahy

March 1st, 2021


On today's show, we talk with Brian Gibbons. Brian is partner at Wade Clark Mulcahy, a corporate and insurance client-focused firm, operating …

Thrown In The Deep End: Susan Kalra

February 26th, 2021


In this episode, we speak with Susan Kalra of Mahamedi IP Law. Mahamedi Law are based in Northern California and are specialists in intellectual property with a large focus on patent law. Here, Susan serves as General …

Looks Are Everything: Kenneth Levine

February 24th, 2021


In this episode, we speak with Kenneth Levine of Kenneth M. Levine & Associates. Kenneth and his firm are specialists in medical negligence, especially in the area of newborn injuries. More recently, Kenneth has …

Giving Victims a Voice: Ian Alexander, Goldberg & Goldberg

February 22nd, 2021


In this episode, we speak with Ian Alexander, partner at Goldberg & Goldberg. Ian focuses on representing clients that have suffered catastrophic …

Champions of Efficiency: Bridgette Ferraro, iCopy

February 19th, 2021


On today's show, we talk with Bridgette Ferraro, CEO of iCopy. iCopy is a "by attorneys, for attorneys" document retrieval and subpoena preparation service that has been helping lawyers find the records they need for …

Lawyer to the Stars: Jon Pfeiffer

February 17th, 2021


In today's episode, we talk with Jon Pfeiffer, founder of Pfeiffer Law in Santa Monica, California. Jon's work focuses largely on the entertainment industry and copyright law, and over the last few years he has been a …

Second Time's A Charm: Jordan Couch

February 15th, 2021


In today's episode, we talk with Jordan Couch, Partner at Palace Law. For the last five years, Jordan has specialized in workers' compensation cases and has made a name for himself championing the rights of those …

The Four-Year Case: Jodi Morales

February 12th, 2021


In today's episode, we talk with Jodi Morales of The Law Offices of Jodi Morales. Jodi is a New York-based lawyer specializing in criminal defense, false arrests, and appeals. Jodi has been helping clients for over a …

Con Gone Wrong: Michael Raichelson

February 10th, 2021


In today's episode, we talk with Michael Raichelson, principal of the Law Offices of Michael H. Raichelson. Michael and his firm are specialists in …

Trial By Fire: Larry Forman "The DUI Guy"

February 8th, 2021


Larry Forman, better known as the DUI Guy, is an attorney and owner of Forman & Associates. Larry and his firm specialize in DUIs, criminal law and car accidents. He has been recognized by SuperLawyers as a Rising …

Skills All Family Lawyers Should Possess: Lisa Zeiderman

February 5th, 2021


Lisa Zeiderman is managing partner at Miller Zeiderman LLP. She is a family law attorney and divorce financial analyst whose area of practice focuses heavily on financial and custody divorce matters for high-net-worth …

Harnessing the Power of Storytelling in the Courtroom: Kevin Mayer

February 3rd, 2021


Kevin Mayer is a toxic tort specialist with over 25 years’ experience in the courtroom. Kevin has spent his career surrounding himself with the best scientists and doctors in order to learn the intricacies of each case …

Sparring with the Feds: Arthur Siegal

February 1st, 2021


In our very first episode we're delighted to welcome Arthur Siegal to the show. Arthur’s work in environmental law at Jaffe Law has pitted him against auto manufacturers, seen him settle seven-figure settlements and, as …

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