Trial Guides congratulates lawyer and long time Trial Guides author Rick Friedman of Friedman Rubin for obtaining a $72,000,000 verdict against Monsanto today in Seattle.
For the past few years Rick has been trying cases against Monsanto for injuries caused by Monsanto's polychlorinated biphenyls "PCB" products. This verdict follows prior verdicts of $275 million, $185 million, $82 million and $62 million.
As opposing counsel examines your witness, as you object to leading questions, and as you challenge the defense witness’s credibility, you may notice feelings of frustration, uncertainty, or even panic. Cross Examination expert Patrick Malone discusses how to identify and address these feelings.
A $9.5 million judgment was awarded on April 23, in a wrongful death case in Hampden County, Massachusetts. The trial team consisted of Nicholas Rowley and Benjamin Novotny of Trial Lawyers for Justice and Charlotte Glinka and Karen Zahka of Keches Law Group, P.C.
Trial attorney Nick Rowley was kind enough to share a few details from the case:
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"I recently tried a bad faith case here in Kentucky that was supposed to be a very conservative jurisdiction. The judge, as well as everyone else, warned me not to turn down the offer of $300,000. We did, and the verdict was $755,000 plus $195,000 to be added for attorneys fees. Not a big verdict for California, but very respectable for here.
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