Advanced Trial Tactics and Strategies for Negligent Gun Sale Cases - On Demand CLE

Erin Davis, Patrick O. Dunphy and Jonathan Lowy
Advanced Trial Tactics and Strategies for Negligent Gun Sale Cases - On Demand CLE
Advanced Trial Tactics and Strategies for Negligent Gun Sale Cases - On Demand CLE

Advanced Trial Tactics and Strategies for Negligent Gun Sale Cases - On Demand CLE

Erin Davis, Patrick O. Dunphy and Jonathan Lowy
$125.00


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Each user must register individually as they will need their own login to access the program and comply with CLE requirements.

Brady Legal has brought or assisted in more than 250 lawsuits in over forty states and won over $60 million dollars in settlements and verdicts for victims and survivors of gun violence. In the second episode of this three-part series, Brady chief counsel Jonathan Lowy and senior counsel Erin Davis are joined by Pat Dunphy of Cannon Dunphy, S.C., one of the nation’s top trial attorneys. Together, they will discuss trial strategies for winning cases against gun dealers. Jonathan, Erin, and Pat will also discuss their case against Badger Guns, in which they won the largest verdict against the gun industry since congress passed the Protection of Lawful Commerce and Arms Act in 2005.

The presenters will address the following topics: 

  • a summary of negligent gun sale cases 
  • how to frame a gun case to win at trial 
  • a detailed case study of Norberg v. Badger Guns 
  • tips on jury selection 
  • how to examine adverse witnesses 
  • using experts 
  • opening and closing statements
  • verdict forms

For over forty years Brady—named after former White House press secretary James Brady and his wife, Sarah—has been one of the nation’s leading gun violence prevention organizations. Since 1989, Brady’s legal team has been the nation’s only law group dedicated to taking on the gun industry in court for their role in fueling America’s gun violence epidemic.

A portion of the proceeds from this program will be donated to Brady United Against Gun Violence.

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 200945D00. 

  • Details

    On Demand Program: 132 minutes plus 9 minutes of Q&A
    Original Air Date: 10/22/2020
  • Accreditation

    Approved Credits

    Arkansas, 1.5 General Credits

    California, 1.5 General Credits

    Florida, 2 Civil Trial Credits

    Georgia, 1.5 General Credits

    Nevada, 1.5 General Credits

    New Mexico, 1.5 General Self Study Credits

    Pennsylvania, 1.5 General Credits

    Illinois, 1.5 General Credits

    Texas, 1.5 General Credits



    Credits Available Through Reciprocity

    Alaska

    Connecticut

    Hawaii

    Montana

    New Jersey

    New York



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    MS, NC



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    MO, VA


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Click Here for Access Instructions for On Demand Programs. 

Each user must register individually as they will need their own login to access the program and comply with CLE requirements.

Brady Legal has brought or assisted in more than 250 lawsuits in over forty states and won over $60 million dollars in settlements and verdicts for victims and survivors of gun violence. In the second episode of this three-part series, Brady chief counsel Jonathan Lowy and senior counsel Erin Davis are joined by Pat Dunphy of Cannon Dunphy, S.C., one of the nation’s top trial attorneys. Together, they will discuss trial strategies for winning cases against gun dealers. Jonathan, Erin, and Pat will also discuss their case against Badger Guns, in which they won the largest verdict against the gun industry since congress passed the Protection of Lawful Commerce and Arms Act in 2005.

The presenters will address the following topics: 

  • a summary of negligent gun sale cases 
  • how to frame a gun case to win at trial 
  • a detailed case study of Norberg v. Badger Guns 
  • tips on jury selection 
  • how to examine adverse witnesses 
  • using experts 
  • opening and closing statements
  • verdict forms

For over forty years Brady—named after former White House press secretary James Brady and his wife, Sarah—has been one of the nation’s leading gun violence prevention organizations. Since 1989, Brady’s legal team has been the nation’s only law group dedicated to taking on the gun industry in court for their role in fueling America’s gun violence epidemic.

A portion of the proceeds from this program will be donated to Brady United Against Gun Violence.

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 200945D00. 

Speakers

Erin Davis

Erin Davis

As a former public defender, civil practice attorney with Davis Levin Livingston in Hawaii, and Obama appointee to the Department of Labor, Erin Davis has more than a decade of experience as a trial attorney representing those injured. She uses her vast litigation experience to help victims of gun violence find justice against the gun industry for the devastation they cause their families and others. Learn More

Patrick O. Dunphy

Patrick O. Dunphy

Patrick O. Dunphy is a co-founder of Cannon & Dunphy  S.C., a firm dedicated to representing persons injured by the negligence of others since 1985. Dunphy has more than 40 years of trial experience. He has record-setting verdicts and awards ranging from $9.8 million to $35.3 million. He has pursued cases against law enforcement and jailers that resulted in some of the largest settlements in Wisconsin for violations of individuals’ constit... Learn More

Jonathan Lowy

Jonathan Lowy

Jonathan E. Lowy is the Vice President, Legal Action Project, at Brady. Since 1997 Jon has argued in courts across the country to reduce gun violence, providing pro bono legal representation to victims of gun violence in lawsuits to reform dangerous gun industry practices, and assisting governments and public officials in defense of reasonable gun laws. Jon has litigated gun-related cases in over 40 states, successfully arguing several precede... Learn More