Dismantling the Defense - On Demand

William A. Barton and Nicholas Rowley
Dismantling the Defense - On Demand
Dismantling the Defense - On Demand

Dismantling the Defense - On Demand

William A. Barton and Nicholas Rowley
$55.00

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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.

 

 

William Barton and Nicholas Rowley have tried hundreds of cases and obtained millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts. When it comes to trial, they have seen—and done—it all.

In this special presentation originally offered to customers as part of our Fireside Chat series, Bill and Nick discuss how they handle common issues in trial and answer questions from a remote audience. They go over how they use preemption in voir dire, compare Nick’s method of brutal honesty with Bill’s method of owning his fears, and discuss questions on a range of issues such as:

  • The importance of being honest with the jury
  • The value of disclosing your bad facts
  • How to dismantle the defense by showing how they try to use bias, prejudice, and sympathy to win
  • How to inoculate against bad facts
  • How to address tort reform with conservatives
  • Whether to waive economic damages
  • And much more

In one hour, you can learn invaluable strategies and argu­ments that will help you improve your case outcomes from two of America’s greatest trial lawyers.

*Please note: Since this video was shot onsite outside a CLE, the audio of this program contains background noise of people walking by the cameras. Despite this, we felt this special discussion, filled with valuable knowledge, deserved release to our customers. 

 

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.

 

 

William Barton and Nicholas Rowley have tried hundreds of cases and obtained millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts. When it comes to trial, they have seen—and done—it all.

In this special presentation originally offered to customers as part of our Fireside Chat series, Bill and Nick discuss how they handle common issues in trial and answer questions from a remote audience. They go over how they use preemption in voir dire, compare Nick’s method of brutal honesty with Bill’s method of owning his fears, and discuss questions on a range of issues such as:

  • The importance of being honest with the jury
  • The value of disclosing your bad facts
  • How to dismantle the defense by showing how they try to use bias, prejudice, and sympathy to win
  • How to inoculate against bad facts
  • How to address tort reform with conservatives
  • Whether to waive economic damages
  • And much more

In one hour, you can learn invaluable strategies and argu­ments that will help you improve your case outcomes from two of America’s greatest trial lawyers.

*Please note: Since this video was shot onsite outside a CLE, the audio of this program contains background noise of people walking by the cameras. Despite this, we felt this special discussion, filled with valuable knowledge, deserved release to our customers. 

 

Speakers

William A. Barton

William A. Barton

Bill Barton has been practicing law for thirty-five years, and has tried over five hundred jury trials. A noted lecturer in thirty-five states and four countries, Barton has obtained numerous large verdicts in medical malpractice, child abuse, and product liability cases. He is a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers, a fellow of the International Society of Barristers, and has been listed in three categories in The Best Lawyers in A... Learn More

Nicholas Rowley

Nicholas Rowley

Nicholas Rowley has a history of service starting out serving in both the United States Air Force and United States Army. While in both branches he served as a medic committed to aiding and caring for his fellow service members. Nick lived the values of the military medic and the creed to “aid all those who are needful, paying no heed to my own desires and wants; treating friend, foe and stranger alike, placing their needs above my own.” Accom... Learn More