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Hosted by Dave Scriven-Young, this show features conversations with top litigators, judges, and experts to help litigators develop their careers, win more cases, earn more clients, and build sustainable practices. Stay tuned for the tips segment in every episode with Darryl Wilson! Brought to you by the American Bar Association Litigation Section
 
The Litigation Psychology Podcast presented by Courtroom Sciences, Inc. (CSI) is for in-house and outside defense counsel about the intersection of science and litigation. We explore topics of interest to the defense bar, with a particular emphasis on subjects that don‘t get enough attention. Our hosts are Ph.D.-level Social Scientists, Clinical Scientists, and Psychology Experts with a wealth of knowledge about science, research, human behavior, and decision making, which they apply in the ...
 
Litigation Nation, a new podcast hosted by Jack Sanker, is weekly roundup of the most important and interesting legal developments, delivered as a punchy, 15-minute episode that comes out every Tuesday. We summarize the newsletters you don't have time to read and dive into the headlines to bring you what you need to know, whether you work in the industry or not.
 
Rivero Mestre’s lawyers are game changers in the practice of business litigation at the highest level. Our legal team combines litigation experience from top-tier firms with multicultural depth, making them especially effective in cross-border disputes and global litigation. In each episode of The Litigation Room, we will discuss legal insights, pressing business developments, and practical considerations about how to approach complex litigation problems.
 
About the Series Charter: A Course is a podcast created by the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights (the Asper Centre) and hosted by the Asper Centre’s Executive Director Cheryl Milne. Charter: A Course focuses on Canadian constitutional law and litigation. In each episode, we highlight the accomplishments of U of T Law’s faculty and alumni involved in leading constitutional cases and issues. Each episode also includes a “Practice Corner,” where we talk about the ins and outs of what ...
 
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In the second of a multi-part topic, Dr. Steve Wood and Dr. Bill Kanasky, Jr. discuss irrational thinking patterns. Steve and Bill describe how the brain makes connections that may or may not be connected in reality and how that type of irrational thinking can impact witness performance, requiring cognitive reframing to correct these irrational thi…
 
Unlike trials, appeals involve different strategies, procedures, and perspective. That’s why understanding how the appellate process works, and the strategies involved to improve your case on appeal is critical to the success of your case and your client. In this episode of Litigation Radio, host Dave Scriven-Young welcomes trial and appellate liti…
 
On this episode, Maxwell Goss speaks with prominent criminal defense attorney Neil Rockind. Neil talks about his victory in securing the acquittal of an individual charged with reckless driving following the highly publicized tragic death of a police officer. Neil shares insights on many aspects of trial practice, including the importance of humani…
 
This Course provided insurance professionals and practitioners with in-depth background, practical and real-world tips related to summary judgment motions and issues in Florida and Texas. Florida’s recent adoption of the federal standard for summary judgment; requirements and procedures; burdens of proof and evidentiary issues will be covered, as w…
 
Kevin Quinley, President of Quinley Risk Associates, talks about his extensive experience in the insurance industry and particularly as an expert witness. Bill and Kevin discuss several tips for attorneys on issues that arise when Kevin is requested to serve as an expert witness, including: last minute scheduling; failing to succinctly frame key is…
 
Joe Longfellow, Partner & Trial Attorney with Andrew, Crabtree, Knox & Longfellow, joins the podcast to talk about his work on civil rights defense cases primarily defending law enforcement officers, and also working with healthcare witnesses in med mal cases. Joe describes the challenges of witness prep of law enforcement and how he works with the…
 
Baxter Drennon, Partner with Hall Booth Smith, joins the podcast to talk about responses to Reptile Theory questions, in particular the answer of "It depends." This response can make some defense attorneys uncomfortable. Steve, Bill, and Baxter discuss the circumstances in which "It depends" is the truthful and most accurate response. They talk abo…
 
In the first of a multi-part topic, Dr. Steve Wood and Dr. Bill Kanasky, Jr. discuss irrational thinking patterns. Steve and Bill describe how the brain makes connections that may or may not be connected in reality and how that type of irrational thinking can impact witness performance, requiring cognitive reframing to correct these irrational thin…
 
Nick Rauch, Attorney with Larson King in Minnesota, joins the podcast to talk about defending against the plaintiff Reptile Theory, particularly by starting defense preparation very early in the case. Nick and Bill discuss where and how early they are seeing Reptile in the litigation process, plus the importance and implications of a corporate repr…
 
The opinions of financial experts are critical to many litigation cases. Financial experts can help suggest financial damages, provide testimony on causation, help a jury better understand complex financial matters and much more. The deposition of a financial expert is one of those things that can make or break a case. That’s why it is important to…
 
This podcast with Butler attorneys David Maldoff and Wiley Hodges will touch on and discuss issues to consider when storm related claims are reported. The podcast will further discuss how ensuing loss provisions in policies can affect how a claim show be examined, as well as address Florida’s current 25% re-roofing rule and how the new laws passed …
 
On this episode of The Litigation War Room, Maxwell Goss speaks with Sara MacWilliams, a business litigator described by one judge as an “outstanding legal mind” who “refuted all the claims made [by her opponent] with assurance and aplomb.” Sara talks about an important recent case she handled that clarified and amplified the rights of corporate sh…
 
Illinois Governor Signs Bills Expanding Contractors’ Liability for Unpaid Wages of Subcontractors’ Workers, Massachusetts high court allows AG’s Exxon Suit Claiming Climate Deception to proceed, & US Law Firm Serves First Ever Subpoena via NFT in Crypto Exchange Hacking Case.Av SmithAmundsen
 
Dr. Steve Wood is joined by CSI Crisis Communications Practice Leader Sean Murphy to discuss the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard trial. Sean describes how public opinion was being influenced daily during the trial and the narrative that was being communicated in the court of public opinion. Sean shares the approach that should be taken in litigation com…
 
Uber Escapes Liability for Sexual Assaults by Impostor Drivers, New York Subway Shooting Survivor Sues Gun Manufacturer Glock, U.S. Chicken Producers Face a Class-Action Lawsuit for Alleged Price-Fixing Conspiracy to Reduce Chicken Meat Supply and Raise Prices dating back to 2008.Av SmithAmundsen
 
As litigators, we’re always looking for tips that will give us the advantage in the courtroom, at our jobs, and in life. The whole law school experience teaches us that being smart and working hard will lead to success. However, this week’s guest firmly believes (and life experience will confirm) that our network is actually the untapped advantage …
 
Dr. Steve Wood gives an update on The Litigation Psychology Podcast schedule for the summer and a preview of some of the topics that will be featured in new episodes when the podcast returns from a short summer break. Those topics include the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial, preparing a former employee for deposition, the fallacy of the reptile b…
 
5th Circuit federal appeals court says the S.E.C.’s use of an in-house judge violates defendants’ rights, Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Allows Texas’ Social Media Censorship Ban to Take Effect, AG Pax­ton Sues Google for Decep­tive­ly Track­ing Users’ Loca­tion With­out Consent.Av SmithAmundsen
 
Doug Marcello, Chief Legal Officer with Bluewire, joins the podcast to talk about the genesis of Bluewire and the benefits for trucking and transportation companies. Bluewire software analyzes vulnerabilities for motor carriers and provides recommendations to reduce or eliminate those vulnerabilities. It allows for a strategic, proactive response t…
 
What does it mean to serve at the pleasure of the President? Just because a lawyer works for the Executive Branch does not mean they are suddenly relieved of professional responsibilities. Former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey stops by to discuss his time with the Department of Justice, dealing with the press, and the critical importance for…
 
Cybercrime, particularly ransomware, has skyrocketed over the past few years, leading to data breach lawsuits, regulatory actions, and significant business losses. Attorneys are often the first line of defense and have to advise clients on notice obligations; working with law enforcement; mitigating losses; leveraging insurance; and defending and p…
 
Some say that the only predictable part of litigation is knowing that the unpredictable will happen. What do you do during a hearing or trial when these unexpected events arise? Experienced trial lawyers, Hon. Judge Carroll J. Kelly, Marc Zucker, Jennifer Seme and Mark A. Romance sit down with host, Dave Scriven-Young, to discuss Tips for Preparing…
 
The Section Annual Conference is the premier event for litigators. It brings together top litigation professionals from across the country to discuss timely legal issues and the latest in trial advocacy, litigation strategy, and case management. Hear highlights from this year’s 2022 Litigation Section Annual Conference with special guests Beth Kauf…
 
Congress considers increased security for Supreme Court justices, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy vows state won’t cooperate with out-of-state abortion investigations, Katrina survivors sued by Louisiana after using grant money to rebuild, Surfside Condo collapse victims reach $997 million settlement.…
 
Dr. Bill Kanasky, Jr. revisits the very first paper he wrote titled: "Four Lethal but Preventable Mistakes in Civil Litigation". Bill discusses these four mistakes in detail including: #1 making witness prep the last priority; #2 a weak visual presentation; #3 overreliance on expert witnesses; and #4 going on the defensive early. Watch the video of…
 
Baxter Drennon, Partner with Hall Booth Smith in Little Rock, Arkansas, joins the podcast to talk about the different ways the defense can define a win. The definition of a win may not be simply a defense verdict or a zero dollar verdict. The definition of a win needs to be based on the goals of the client and the legal team needs to understand wha…
 
Large-scale disputes often require large-scale investment. Finance for commercial litigation allows law firms to unlock the value of their lawsuits, and makes it possible for firms, companies and businesspeople to commit the resources needed without the risk of repayment if the case is lost – continuing to engage in business as usual. In this speci…
 
Ohio lawyer unable to practice for 6 months after swearing at a judge outside of court, A bipartisan supported bill requiring that federal judges' financial disclosure reports be made publicly available online passes congress, and the contractual Impossibility of Florida dissolving Disney’s special district.…
 
Defense attorney Billy Davis, Partner with Bovis, Kyle, Burch & Medlin in Atlanta, joins the podcast to talk about his experience participating in a recent Courtroom Sciences Corporate Representative Witness Evaluation and Training with his client and provides his perspectives on the difference between standard witness prep and Courtroom Sciences' …
 
Maxwell Goss speaks with Doug Lalone, an engineer and patent attorney with the intellectual property firm Fishman Stewart. Doug tells the story of a very interesting case he handled involving a design patent for a rifle scope. The case involved not only cutting-edge issues in IP law but also intersected with a criminal prosecution. Doug offers insi…
 
Dr. Bill Kanasky, Jr. covers two critical witness testimony topics: the dangers of long answers and the risks of pivoting. Long answers, which often include commas, are dangerous at deposition and at trial. At deposition, long answers from witnesses lead to the sharing of more information with opposing counsel, which leads to even more questions, a…
 
Former nurse, RaDonda Vaught, found guilty in accidental injection death of 75-year-old patient, Justice tech company Paladin partners with Ukraine’s Legal Development Network to launch European pro bono portal to assist with war relief, FBI officials say North Korean hackers stole more than $600 million in cryptocurrency in single hack.…
 
Dr. Steve Wood discusses the impact and influence that constant and consistent messaging has on us individually, and on prospective jurors. Steve explains the concept of the Mere Exposure Effect and how the more we are presented with specific topics or ideas, the more we develop thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes about those topics. He also discusses…
 
Dr. Bill Kanasky, Jr. lays out what the game plan should be for witnesses before and during testimony. Bill talks about what attorneys need to be doing with witnesses the 24 hours before testimony, the four key things witnesses need to be coached and trained on as part of their preparation, and what witnesses should do during breaks in testimony. W…
 
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