The suspensions were overturned by an administrative law judge on the grounds that the Department of Justice violated its own procedures in suspending the two prosecutors.
Lawyers need to know the mechanics involved in mass disaster cases, as well as the ethical limitations, hurdles, and pitfalls that can trip up even the seasoned litigator.
Actors use improvisation to draw the audience into sharing the constructed reality of the stage. The same technique is essential for trial lawyers in the courtroom.
By Daniel J. Bender
A litigation graphics expert describes his unexpected career path.
By Denise Montiel
A trial consultant explains how to coach expert witnesses in communicating with jurors.
By Cynthia R. Cohen
Federal court dismisses Samsung's motion for a new trial claiming juror misconduct by foreperson.
Donald W. Davis, Jr. (“Don”) has been named as the outstanding Subcommittee Chair in the Trial Practice Committee for 2012–2013. He will be recognized for this achievement at the upcoming Section Annual Conference in Chicago, Illinois.
We are looking for articles on trial practice and trial skills to publish on the website and in the quarterly committee journal.
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