Hosted by litigation attorney Maxwell Goss, the Litigation War Room offers insight and inspiration for courtroom lawyers. Featuring interviews from leading litigators in every area of law, the podcast provides strategies, resources, and war stories.
Countering Scorched Earth Tactics with Doug Lalone
On this episode, Maxwell Goss speaks with Doug Lalone, an engineer and patent attorney with the intellectual property firm Fishman Stewart.
Effective Depositions with Nicole Westbrook
On this episode, Maxwell Goss chats with Nicole Westbrook, a litigation partner with the law firm of Jones & Keller in Denver, Colorado.
Non-Compete Litigation with Daniel Quick
On this episode of The Litigation War Room podcast, Maxwell Goss interviews Daniel Quick about his successful non-compete case against celebrity chef Matt Prentice.
Shaping Your Case for Success with Dan Sharkey
On this episode, Maxwell Goss speaks with Daniel Sharkey, a supply chain litigation attorney who has been ranked by Super Lawyers as a top 10 lawyer in the state of Michigan.
Chat with Former U.S. Attorney Matthew Schneider
On this episode, Maxwell Goss talks with former U.S. Attorney Matthew Schneider of the Honigman law firm.
Blocking and Staging in the Courtroom with Eliot Wagonheim
On this episode of The Litigation War Room, Maxwell Goss speaks with seasoned litigator and podcaster Eliot Wagonheim.
Time well spent
Max is a top notch lawyer in his own right, but he does a wonderful job of making his guest the star of the show. He intelligently and artfully directs the conversation without talking over the guest, and presents an enjoyable and often thought provoking podcast. Well done!
Don't see many podcasts on this topic. Informative but humorous first interview with a big name trial attorney! I look forward to more interviews!
Helpful and enjoyable podcast
Very helpful and enjoyable. Norm seems to have had an amazing and colorful career and understands things that only people who have done it as long as he has can understand. Priceless insights. Thanks for putting the Litigation War Room podcast together. Look forward to listening to future guests as well.