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Finding out what’s best for the client has been David Taylor’s approach to practicing law for more than 30 years. David chairs the firm’s construction group in its Nashville office, and has for over 30 years been a commercial litigator, with an emphasis on construction and real estate dispute resolution. David has a national construction practice representing all participants in the construction industry, and is recognized as one of the leading construction lawyers in Tennessee and the southeast. View articles by David

Lawyer’s Advocacy in Arbitrations: No. 10 of the Top 10 Horrible, Terrible, No Good Mistakes Lawyers Make: Not Looking for Ways to Make Your Arbitrator Happy at the End of a HearingDavid K. Taylor, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, Nashville, TN
dtaylor@bradley.com
615-252-2396

There’s a great argument that lawyer advocacy in an arbitration is more essential than at a trial in court. This is the last post of the 10 most horrible, terrible, no good, “bang your head against the door” mistakes that I have seen lawyers

Lawyer’s Advocacy in Arbitrations: No. 9 of the Top 10 Horrible, Terrible, No Good Mistakes Lawyers Make: Be Creative with Proof and IssuesDavid K. Taylor, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, Nashville, TN
dtaylor@bradley.com
615-252-2396

There’s a great argument that lawyer advocacy in an arbitration is more essential than at a trial in court. This post is the ninth of the top 10 most horrible, terrible, no good, “bang your head against the door” mistakes that I have seen

Lawyer’s Advocacy in Arbitrations: No. 8 of the Top 10 Horrible, Terrible, No Good Mistakes Lawyers Make: Get the Hearing Exhibit Books RightDavid K. Taylor, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, Nashville, TN
dtaylor@bradley.com
615-252-2396

There’s a great argument that lawyer advocacy in an arbitration is more essential than at a trial in court. This post is the eighth of the 10 most horrible, terrible, no good, “bang your head against the door” mistakes that I have seen lawyers