Category Archives: Trial

WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN THE WHEELS BEGIN TO FALL OFF YOUR CASE?

  A friend of mine who is an outstanding plaintiff’s lawyer was giving a talk on the subject of the experience of having your case began to deteriorate. He asked me for some thoughts and what follows are suggestions. When … Continue reading

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LESSONS FROM THE TRIAL OF JOHNSON & JOHNSON’S PRODUCT Risperdal

The Huffington Post has been publishing Steven Brill’s writing about Johnson & Johnson’s Risperdal product and the litigation involved. If you haven’t read it you should. It’s very well written and informative. See it at: http://highline.huffingtonpost.com/miracleindustry/americas-most-admired-lawbreaker/chapter-1.html  The product resulted in … Continue reading

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THOUGHTS ABOUT AVOIDING A 15 MINUTE DEFENSE JURY VERDICT

The Seattle Times reports that a King County jury reached a unanimous verdict for the defendant after a seven day personal injury  trial, taking only 15 minutes to reach a verdict. Disclaimer: The only thing I know about this case … Continue reading

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