In this TrialFocus Podcast episode, Chelsie describes how she juggles a thriving trial practice, a family and mentoring novice personal injury lawyers.
In this TrialFocus Podcast episode, respected employment law trial attorney Ryan Barack discusses the unique challenges faced by employment trial attorneys and his approach to a trial practice that includes multi-party litigation.
In my trial consulting practice, I’ve found that plaintiff’s attorneys pay disproportionate attention to the complaint and the response, if any, to the affirmative defenses is an afterthought. This is a dangerous oversight, particularly if the case doesn’t settle. Consider the following:
In this TrialFocus Podcast episode, nationally-respected attorney coach Mark Powers shares his insights about attaining work/life balance and how to evolve from being a great trial lawyer to a market leader.
In this TrialFocus Podcast episode, products liability and mass tort trial attorney Joseph Saunders discusses his experience as a respected products liability litigator as the springboard for an in-depth discussion of the Daubert case and its implications for all expert testimony.
In Part 2 of a two-part TrialFocus Podcast episode, Ted Corless describes his approach to examining expert witnesses and how a funeral home’s mishandling of dead infants inspired him to seek justice as a trial lawyer.
In Part 1 of a two-part TrialFocus Podcast episode, Ted Corless tells his fascinating career story, including his encounter with destructive armadillos, and his theme-based approach to jury selection.
In this TrialFocus Podcast episode, Matt Watts discusses “the good, the bad and the ugly” of using demonstrative exhibits, tips for novice trial attorneys and his experience working alongside the late great Johnnie Cochran.
In this TrialFocus Podcast episode, civil trial attorney Bob Persante discusses his experience and takeaways as a graduate of Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College, the intersection of trial and chess strategy and his unique approach to trial preparation and presentation.
The best trial attorneys know that professionally run focus groups and mock juries can offer invaluable insight into case valuation and client performance.