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Embrace Your Strength as a Woman, Don’t Mask it!

Embrace Your Strength as a Woman, Don’t Mask it!

By Isabel A. M. Cole Originally published in the February 2019 issue of Trial News, the monthly newspaper of the Washington State Association for Justice. Having been in three different careers that were dominated by men, I was interested to read this book to find out if it would tell me anything that I didn’t think I already knew. And when I was reading the very beginning of the book, I was thinking, “Nope, I already know this stuff.” But after the basic introductory information (which a lot of women who didn’t live through the sixties and seventies might find new and...

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Case Framing no longer sold by Trial Guides

To purchase Case Framing by Mark Mandell please click here to be taken to the AAJ Press website.

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Trial by Woman Featured and Sold on GOOP!

Trial Guides is pleased to announce that Trial by Woman is available for sale on Goop.  Read Goop's description of the Trial by Woman book on their list of "6 Books—by Female Authors—That Will Inspire Your Career".  Goop has also featured Trial by Woman authors Courtney Rowley and Theresa Bowen Hatch in a valuable Q & A called "How to Get Paid What You're Worth".  Get your copy of Trial by Woman today! Trial by Woman By: Courtney Rowley & Theresa Bowen Hatch Paperback - $24.95

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Sales Tax Charges on Purchases at Trial Guides

Sales Tax Charges on Purchases at Trial Guides
Since the beginning of Trial Guides in 2004, we prevented customer sales tax charges by placing our headquarters in Oregon, one of five states with no sales tax.   
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Karen Koehler Wins Record $123 Million PI Trial Jury Verdict in Washington State.

Karen Koehler Wins Record $123 Million PI Trial Jury Verdict in Washington State.
On February 7, 2019, Trial Guides contributor Karen Koehler (Preparing for Deposition Video) completed a four month trial that resulted in a record $123 Million PI trial jury verdict in Washington State.  Koehler was lead attorney, assisted by second chair Andrew Ackley, and a supporting trial team from the law firm Stritmatter Kessler Koehler Moore. 
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