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Admitted liability cases create roadblocks for maximizing damages. Without being able to focus on the defendant’s bad acts, you need other ways to motivate jurors into providing full and fair compensation.
Join David Ball, Deborah Chang, Artemis Malekpour, and Brian Panish in a special panel discussion on damages techniques for admitted liability cases. They’ll cover persuading judges into allowing the worst of the negligence facts, as well as new ways of creating maximum juror empathy for—and valuation of—the harms the defendant caused, and some unique approaches that have not been taught before.
Since the law changes from venue to venue, the webinar will cover enough strategies and ideas to select from that will work in your own jurisdiction.
This session is not just another lecture, but a unique interchange and discussion among four of the best and most experienced who work on the side of plaintiffs.
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