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Communicating Your Themes: Do I Have to Say My Case Themes Out Loud?

When talking with trial teams, one question we sometimes hear is, “Do I really need to say those words – to really say my themes out loud?” And the answer is: Yes. You really do need to say the themes – the same words over and over again – if you want them to be […]

Who is the Ideal Juror to Look for During Voir Dire?

Clients frequently ask our consultants, “What type of people do I want on my jury?”  This is often followed by a series of questions such as, “Are men or women better for us?”  or “Do we want older or younger jurors?”  “Who is the ideal juror for my case?” Identify Your Riskiest Jurors:  Think of […]

What are the Critical Juror Attitudes to Know before Jury Selection in Medical Malpractice Litigation?

For many reasons, including tort reform, it is becoming increasingly difficult for plaintiffs to win big in medical malpractice suits. In fact, roughly 75-85% of medical malpractice cases that go to trial result in defense verdicts. This result, as we have seen, may stem from the fact that plaintiff attorneys, who at one time filed […]