|January 2010 · Vol. 22, No. 01
Comment & Controversy
Plaintiff attorney’s statements exemplify courtroom tactics
“AFRAID OF GETTING SUED? A PLAINTIFF ATTORNEY OFFERS COUNSEL (BUT NO SYMPATHY)” JANELLE YATES (OCTOBER 2009)
Plaintiff attorney Lewis Laska’s comments are typical for a man who stands to lose a lot if there is any environmental change in the medical malpractice arena. I take great umbrage at many of his statements, and his use of adjectives and subjective coloring to slant the article shows his pedigree in the field of adversarial argument and jury persuasion.