David Ball on Damages Advances and Innovations - On Demand CLE

David Ball and Artemis H. Malekpour
David Ball on Damages Advances and Innovations - On Demand CLE
David Ball on Damages Advances and Innovations - On Demand CLE

David Ball on Damages Advances and Innovations - On Demand CLE

David Ball and Artemis H. Malekpour
$495.00

This On Demand Program is a pre-order. It will be available for streaming in your account on or before December 7, 2020.

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.

 

Plaintiffs’ lawyers are now faced with a sudden shift in American culture that has radically changed how jurors think and delib­erate. Incorrect assumptions about who the best and worst jurors may be for your client’s case can lead you to striking jurors who would have returned the best verdict for your client.

In these presentations, David Ball and Artemis Malekpour share their lat­est insights on plaintiff’s advocacy. They teach you how to create, and become part of, a cohesive group whose purpose is to provide justice and improve community safety.

This set includes the following videos:

Advocacy During and After Trump (99 Minutes)

David Ball and Artemis Malekpour address the challenges lawyers face advocating for clients and provide insights for how to navigate the tribalism that can divide juries. By acknowledging the Trump effect on jurors, attorneys can overcome the pitfalls of a divided jury and work to unite jurors despite political differences. 

In just over an hour and a half Ball and Malekpour cover:

  • Practicing in perilous times
  • Tribalism in juries and society
  • How did we get here?
  • Understanding strongly held beliefs
  • The role cognitive dissonance plays 
  • Building unity in the jury
  • Finding the root concern or core issue
  • Political division as more problematic than tort reform
  • Refining methods in the courtroom

The Automatic Win Opening and Anchoring to Increase Damages (52 Minutes)

Uniting jurors who come from diverse backgrounds and perspectives is paramount for success in the courtroom. When facing jurors who may be divided by extreme perspectives, plaintiffs’ lawyers need to employ new techniques to bring jurors together. In this presentation, David Ball addresses the challenges lawyers face and provides insights and strategies for how to unite the divided jury. 

In just under an hour Ball covers:

  • Scientific proof in the courtroom
  • The good and bad forces of topics
  • Over-relying on science
  • Framing your case 
  • Techniques for the courtroom:

o Anchoring

o Tug numbers

o Visualizations

  • Giving the jury a sense of control

Screening for and Dealing with Case Weaknesses (106 Minutes)

Understanding weaknesses in your case and knowing how to address them can make your position stronger. In this presentation, Artemis Malekpour and David Ball discuss where weaknesses can occur and how to address them. Using footage of focus groups to demonstrate how jurors respond to common issues, this presentation covers common pitfalls and how to address them. 

This presentation looks at:

  • The power of focus groups when preparing for trial
  • Dealing with a bad fact
  • Who jurors find to blame
  • Negative/defensive attribution
  • Empty chairs
  • Internet research
  • Causation
  • Damages
  • Best tools for dealing with weaknesses
  • Domino Theory
  • Duties versus Rules

David Ball & Artemis Malekpour on Opening Statements and Closing Arguments (125 Minutes) 

In this presentation, David and Artemis explain how opening statements provide plaintiffs’ lawyers with the opportunity to anchor the jury and bring them into alignment with the story of the case. They also cover important elements for closing arguments and provide examples for addressing common issues trial lawyers face in the courtroom. 

In just over two hours, Ball and Malekpour cover:

  • Language in the courtroom
  • Aligning the jury
  • Anchors that rely on cognitive dissonance and confirmation bias
  • Rules in opening
  • Creating a story in opening
  • Closing considerations
  • Arming jurors to win for you
  • Reconsidering negligence arguments
  • Massaging instructions
  • Your most important task
  • Troubleshooting common problems
  • Testifying—who can and who should

Panel Discussion with David Ball, Artemis Malekpour, Joshua Karton, and Eric Oliver (70 Minutes)

This panel discussion between David Ball, Artemis Malekpour, Joshua Karton, and Eric Oliver covers some of the major issues that trial attorneys face when preparing for court. These expert trial consultants address a variety of issues relating to trials and bring their own expertise when addressing how to make cases stronger. 

In just over an hour the panel discusses:

  • The legal team
  • Closing arguments
  • Alignment in trial
  • Damages
  • Using Reptile concepts to increase damages
  • Strikes for cause
  • Admissions
  • Language in the courtroom

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 1811007P01. 

 

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    On Demand Program: 452 minutes
    Original Air Date: 10/05/2018
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This On Demand Program is a pre-order. It will be available for streaming in your account on or before December 7, 2020.

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.

 

Plaintiffs’ lawyers are now faced with a sudden shift in American culture that has radically changed how jurors think and delib­erate. Incorrect assumptions about who the best and worst jurors may be for your client’s case can lead you to striking jurors who would have returned the best verdict for your client.

In these presentations, David Ball and Artemis Malekpour share their lat­est insights on plaintiff’s advocacy. They teach you how to create, and become part of, a cohesive group whose purpose is to provide justice and improve community safety.

This set includes the following videos:

Advocacy During and After Trump (99 Minutes)

David Ball and Artemis Malekpour address the challenges lawyers face advocating for clients and provide insights for how to navigate the tribalism that can divide juries. By acknowledging the Trump effect on jurors, attorneys can overcome the pitfalls of a divided jury and work to unite jurors despite political differences. 

In just over an hour and a half Ball and Malekpour cover:

  • Practicing in perilous times
  • Tribalism in juries and society
  • How did we get here?
  • Understanding strongly held beliefs
  • The role cognitive dissonance plays 
  • Building unity in the jury
  • Finding the root concern or core issue
  • Political division as more problematic than tort reform
  • Refining methods in the courtroom

The Automatic Win Opening and Anchoring to Increase Damages (52 Minutes)

Uniting jurors who come from diverse backgrounds and perspectives is paramount for success in the courtroom. When facing jurors who may be divided by extreme perspectives, plaintiffs’ lawyers need to employ new techniques to bring jurors together. In this presentation, David Ball addresses the challenges lawyers face and provides insights and strategies for how to unite the divided jury. 

In just under an hour Ball covers:

  • Scientific proof in the courtroom
  • The good and bad forces of topics
  • Over-relying on science
  • Framing your case 
  • Techniques for the courtroom:

o Anchoring

o Tug numbers

o Visualizations

  • Giving the jury a sense of control

Screening for and Dealing with Case Weaknesses (106 Minutes)

Understanding weaknesses in your case and knowing how to address them can make your position stronger. In this presentation, Artemis Malekpour and David Ball discuss where weaknesses can occur and how to address them. Using footage of focus groups to demonstrate how jurors respond to common issues, this presentation covers common pitfalls and how to address them. 

This presentation looks at:

  • The power of focus groups when preparing for trial
  • Dealing with a bad fact
  • Who jurors find to blame
  • Negative/defensive attribution
  • Empty chairs
  • Internet research
  • Causation
  • Damages
  • Best tools for dealing with weaknesses
  • Domino Theory
  • Duties versus Rules

David Ball & Artemis Malekpour on Opening Statements and Closing Arguments (125 Minutes) 

In this presentation, David and Artemis explain how opening statements provide plaintiffs’ lawyers with the opportunity to anchor the jury and bring them into alignment with the story of the case. They also cover important elements for closing arguments and provide examples for addressing common issues trial lawyers face in the courtroom. 

In just over two hours, Ball and Malekpour cover:

  • Language in the courtroom
  • Aligning the jury
  • Anchors that rely on cognitive dissonance and confirmation bias
  • Rules in opening
  • Creating a story in opening
  • Closing considerations
  • Arming jurors to win for you
  • Reconsidering negligence arguments
  • Massaging instructions
  • Your most important task
  • Troubleshooting common problems
  • Testifying—who can and who should

Panel Discussion with David Ball, Artemis Malekpour, Joshua Karton, and Eric Oliver (70 Minutes)

This panel discussion between David Ball, Artemis Malekpour, Joshua Karton, and Eric Oliver covers some of the major issues that trial attorneys face when preparing for court. These expert trial consultants address a variety of issues relating to trials and bring their own expertise when addressing how to make cases stronger. 

In just over an hour the panel discusses:

  • The legal team
  • Closing arguments
  • Alignment in trial
  • Damages
  • Using Reptile concepts to increase damages
  • Strikes for cause
  • Admissions
  • Language in the courtroom

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 1811007P01. 

 

Speakers

David Ball

David Ball

David Ball (Malekpour Ball Consulting) is the nation's most influential trial consultant. With partner Artemis Malekpour, he guides plaintiff's civil cases and criminal defense cases across the country. They are the nation's only trial consultants qualified to help attorneys with Reptilian methods and strategy, as well as with Ball's David Ball on Damages techniques and a wide range of other essential approaches. They have an unparalleled reco... Learn More

Artemis H. Malekpour

Artemis H. Malekpour

Artemis Malekpour is a partner in the litigation consulting firm of Malekpour & Ball Consulting.  With a background in psychology and psychiatric research, she specializes in focus groups, case strategy, damages and jury selection.  Artemis did her undergraduate work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, followed by a Master’s in Healthcare Administration from UNC’s School of Public Health.  After several years of working in ... Learn More