Lawyers care about an expert’s credentials, how the expert’s opinions support their case, and the expert’s ability to withstand cross-examination. Experts care about their reputation and how to balance objectivity with assisting their client’s case. Jurors just want to figure ...Read More »
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Witnesses are often the last consideration during trial preparation (immediately before voir dire, that is). Not the prep sessions at which a mid-level associate or partner works with the witness before trial to review his deposition or talk about where ...Read More »
Juries routinely dismiss expert testimony due to credibility problems, incomprehensibility, or simply because it is cancelled out by another expert’s testimony. This leads to a number of important questions for the attorney and the expert in presenting testimony at trial. ...Read More »
Whether pitching services to a potential client or trying to sway a jury, communication is essential for lawyers. The best way to get a message across that will stick with listeners, according to Connecticut-based author and marketer Bill Schley, is ...Read More »
Winning quarterbacks learn to read defenses, score touchdowns and win games by running hundreds of plays and throwing thousands of passes every year. As with muscular and even intellectual skill, our brains also learn emotions and form our own idiosyncratic ...
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Technology has revolutionized many parts of the legal industry, and trial presentation is no exception. Not long ago, hiring a trial presentation company was necessary for even the simplest needs due to high costs and the expertise required to operate ...Read More »