By Clayton T. Robertson (Criminal Defense / Civil Litigation Attorney)
This is a podcast by lawyers (hosted by me) who share their experiences inside and outside the courtroom. We talk about our backgrounds, our techniques, and what it takes to win.
I chose the title because the podcast is about how best to accomplish your objectives in litigation using exactly the right techniques and resources to take advantage of your opponent's weaknesses and to successfully redirect or counteract their strengths. Like judo, and other martial arts, you need to use your brain, not just your brawn, to obtain victory. (Of course, it also helps to have both brains and brawn.) In Judo, in particular, you use your adversary's force against them, by manipulating and redirecting it to your advantage, thereby turning your adversary's strength into a weakness. This technique is helpful in all areas of our lives, not just in martial arts or in litigation.
I look forward to our upcoming podcasts, and I hope you enjoy them.