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*Plaintiff's Only Product
Trial Guides is proud to present this program hosted by Courtney Rowley, featuring commentary from Pej Ben-Cohen and Arash Homampour. In this on-demand program, they will use real-world courtroom video excerpts to show you how to win seemingly impossible cases.
This presentation will offer lessons from Vinolo v. City of San Diego to demonstrate how to find justice for your clients in cases with tough liability issues, where all the facts look like they are against you. This presentation will provide examples to help you find the stones you need to take down Goliath, despite how difficult your cases may seem.
This on-demand program walks through the case and takes an in-depth look at:
Video footage of the trial highlights are courtesy of Courtroom View Network (CVN), the industry leader in delivering live and on-demand video and editorial coverage of high-stakes civil litigation. For more information, visit cvn.com.
*Please note: This video was recorded via zoom during a live webinar. Despite testing their connection beforehand, the speaker’s audio is occasionally distorted.
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As such, prior to purchase we require all customers to enter into a Binding Agreement with Trial Guides that both ensures that this product reaches its intended audience and also protects us from an intellectual property and distribution (sharing) standpoint.
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