I am getting older. Not that I am unique in this regard, mind you, but the message was recently brought home to me that my memory does not work as well as it once did. I was on the phone with an expert witness. He had cheerfully agreed to review a medical malpractice claim I am defending for approximately half the value of my fat-free individual retirement account. He was calling to give his opinion. Luckily, it favored my client, but I digress.
When Brain Backfires, Just Keep On Talking
The Connecticut Law Tribune
June 8, 2009
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