Lawyers Put One Woman's Intuition to Work
Whether you call her intuitive or just plain psychic, Laura Day, a corporate psychic consultant is in hot demand by Hollywood movie producers, high tech companies and yes... even lawyers. As described by Newsweek, companies use Day's services -- at a price tag of $10,000 a month -- to predict the success of products or movies or for insight on whether to pull out of a multi-million dollar deal. Even ordinarily rational, logical lawyers have retained Day to gain an edge in court. From the article:
A Manhattan attorney who serves as special counsel to several white-shoe law firms has used Day's insights to help her select juries and anticipate the opposing team's arguments. "Day saves me thousands of minutes on my cell phone" working a case, says the attorney, who also didn't want to be publicly identified.
Has your firm ever used a psychic or intuition expert in its cases, and if so, on what kinds of matters? Do these folks have some type of special insight that others don't? Post your comments below.
Posted by Carolyn Elefant on June 23, 2008 at 04:22 PM | Permalink
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