Category Archives: Trial

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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WISE ADVICE ABOUT SHORT TRIALS

Don Keenan of Atlanta is known to every plaintiff’s lawyer in the country for his outstanding results and his years of sharing his knowledge with the plaintiff’s bar.  He’s been a friend for over two decades. I’ve known him through organizations … Continue reading

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