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  1. Thank for your continued readership. In my opinion, this old legal adage may mean that when a lawyer (in this case a non-practicing lawyer) attacks another lawyer instead of attacking the law or the facts of the case it demonstrates the lawyer knows his/her position is weak and a losing argument.

    Here, Mr. Bodine still has not answered the questions I posed to him on April 19, 2011 in response to his personal attack against me for my April 18, 2011 post. Mr. Bodine's ignorant comments and refusal to answer my questions says a lot about his character and personal brand. Mr. Bodine's defense of a misleading and unethical marketing practice is unfairly tarnishing his colleagues in the legal marketing community.

  2. Brad, All are very valuable points. But I did not understand one point "If you can't argue the facts, argue the law, if you can't argue the law argue the facts, and if you can't argue either the facts or the law, attack opposing counsel." Can you please explain this for me.
    Illinois Lemon Law

  3. Jason,

    Thank you for visiting my blog, providing feeding, and for the compliments. Some people make blog posts and/or online comments without thinking how it may affect them in the long-term.

    Most likely, this is not the first time that Mr. Bodine has made unprofessional comments online and attacked the messenger and not the message. I am still waiting for Mr. Bodine to explain why he is defending an unethical and misleading marketing practice.

  4. Well said Brad! For what it's worth, your insights (both in written form and in personal presentations) are very relevant and practical.

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