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Using the Art of Persuasion in Litigation

According to attorney Shaina Reed, the fun in litigation is persuasion. “The law is a series of black and white dots — our job is to draw lines through the gray areas between them, to connect those dots in some […]


According to attorney Shaina Reed, the fun in litigation is persuasion.

“The law is a series of black and white dots — our job is to draw lines through the gray areas between them, to connect those dots in some meaningful way,” she said.

The art of persuasion was particularly in force when Reed successfully briefed and argued Niederhouse v Roscommon County before the Michigan Court of Appeals, a brief later published by the COA in its opinion.

To find out how the case concluded, click over to the Legal News to read this full feature article by Sheila Pursglove.