Episode 4.5: Charlotte: Case Deep Dive with Mathew Flatow – When a Case Takes on a Life of its Own
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In this episode of The Future of Resolution Podcast, Miles mediator & arbitrator Steve Dunn sits down with Mathew Flatow, managing partner of SeiferFlatow, PLLC, to discuss an interesting case that was resolved, and then turned into an all-out personal war. This case is an interesting commercial defamation case between business owners who, in addition to their legal dispute, also are neighbors and torment each other in ways that are unfathomable.
Mathew Flatow is co-founder SeiferFlatow, PLLC. He has extensive experience as a trial lawyer who has handled complex cases such as non-compete violations involving billion-dollar multi-national corporations, inflammatory defamation attacks against local businesses, catastrophic personal injury cases and million-dollar contractual disputes.
This episode covers:
- The importance of online reviews to a business’ reputation
- Electronic discovery and how to deal with deleted evidence
- Emphasizing key points at trial
- What it was like to be the last civil jury trial before the Covid lockdown
“Case Deep Dive with Mathew Flatow – When a Case Takes on a Life of its Own” is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts. This podcast is the latest in a series of episodes that features thought leaders in the Southeast’s legal community and beyond. Learn more about The Future of Resolution Podcast.