This is what I do. How about you?
For those of you looking for the right lawyer to help you with your legal challenge, these two videos are for you. Start here 😉
The earlier video I mentioned is here. Good luck!
The topic is “Personal Branding, Marketing and Networking Millennial Style” with my favorite guest of all time, my daughter, and first year associate lawyer at Shepard Mullin, “AJ” Jackson.
If you’re a new lawyer, how can you build relationships and network with others? Are texting, Snap, and Instagram Stories and DMs, the new happy hour—especially in a COVID-19 world?
If you’re a seasoned practitioner (like yours truly) who’s interested in tapping into the world of millennial clients and referral sources, what works and what’s totally lame?
Well, on this show, AJ will share her thoughts on all the above and more. She may even tell you a few embarrassing stories about her dad 😉
Podcast version here.
In life, there’s often quite a bit more to what first meets the eye. This verdict didn’t just happen because I spent two weeks in a jury trial. It happened because of the prior 25+ years of my life.
In the video, I share the details. I think the ideas and mindsets apply to most of us no matter what we do for a living.
This case started back in 1994 after my clients rejected a $1.00 settlement offer (that’s not a typo– it was a one dollar offer from the other side’s insurance company). Their son had been killed while riding his jet ski at Lake Havasu, after being struck head on by another watercraft. We we’re trying to settle a claim brought against the other driver/rider.
This case involved an incorrect/false police blood test report, and so much more. In the video, I share a few things I still think about to this day and, several good trial lawyer tips and strategies.
I’ll be sharing more trial lawyer war stories over the next several months. Don’t miss my next upload. Please stop by my law firm YouTube channel (different than my social media/video channel), subscribe and ring the darn bell. More life stories are on the way!
It was an honor helping this family find justice for the wrongful death of their son. I’m glad I can share part of their story with you.
Nothing better than spending an hour with trial lawyer Eric D. Anderson. Thank you for being you!
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Learn 7 things every single expert witness needs to know, and do, before deposition or trial.
I’ll be joining Nick Rishwain of Experts.com and sharing, during this free webinar, 7 tips that will allow good experts to become GREAT expert witnesses. We’ll also be doing live Q&A so don’t miss this opportunity.
My take-a-way is that most people are pretty uninformed on the facts and law. I shared these comments on #TikTok which resulted in 379,000 views, 951 comments/opinions and 35,200 likes.
It’s a complicated case with many legal issues. If you have questions, please reach out to me in the comments below, on TikTok or via private message.
It’s not complicated.
“There’s no future that doesn’t have ambient computing or voice activation … you have to get in early.” -Mark Cuban
My Amazon Skill aka Flash Briefing went live this week. It’s titled, “Trial Lawyer Communication Tips.” In each flash update on Amazon Echo, I share a short daily audio that include award winning trial lawyer advocacy and communication tips to help good lawyers become great trial attorneys and, smart business owners become better communicators.
To Listen Using Your Amazon Echo
To listen to the updates on your Amazon Echo, you can “enable” my flash briefing by going to Mitch.Today on your desktop, laptop, tablet or simply by using the Amazon Echo app on your phone. You can also use the search bar at the Amazon website to search for “Trial Lawyer Communication Tips” or “Mitch Jackson.” (tip- narrow your search results by using the search arrow to search only for “Alexa Skills.”
Regardless of how you get to my flash briefing, the next step is to “enable” it.
Then, the next time you want to listen to your flash updates using Amazon Echo, simply say, “Alexa, what’s my flash briefing” or “Alexa, what’s in the news,” and you’ll get my latest update along with any others you’ve enabled.
To listen Using Your Phone
From your phone, open the Amazon Shopping App. Note this is different from the Alexa App. The app looks like this in the app store:
Next, tap the white circle (iPhone) or microphone symbol (android) at the top right and enable your microphone. From this point forward, you can simply say, “Alexa, play my flash briefing.”
You can use the buttons to move ahead, go back, pause or stop.
I believe voice is very cool. It’s going to change the world. If you’re not using an Amazon Echo or Google Home device, think about starting (but get an Amazon Echo because for now, that’s the only way you can listen to my daily flash briefings).
I have over a thousand tips I’ll be sharing over the next several years on voice. Frankly, I’m bitting at the bit to share them all with you.
However, if you have trial lawyer advocacy or business communication questions or issues you’d like me to cover, message me with the details and I’ll try to address your question or needs in an upcoming flash update!
Here’s a Sample
I’ll be offering these Amazon Skill flash updates exclusively via Amazon Alexa. Just in case you haven’t taken the step to join the voice revolution, here’s a sample of the kind of content I’m sharing each and every day.