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The Power of Analogy - On Demand

Keith Mitnik
The Power of Analogy - On Demand
The Power of Analogy - On Demand

The Power of Analogy - On Demand

Keith Mitnik
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In every case, you face an insurance adjustor, arbitrator, judge, or jury who makes a decision about the facts in your case. These decision-makers often interpret (or misinterpret) legal concepts and evidence in terms of their own life experiences. Keith Mitnik, Morgan & Morgan’s senior trial counsel, demonstrates how practical stories and analogies help fact-finders better understand the concepts in your cases.

As the senior trial lawyer at America’s largest personal injury firm, Mitnik has tried and perfected this approach on cases ranging from minor-impact car crash cases to medical malpractice and tobacco cases. In this presentation, he expands upon the concepts in his bestselling advocacy book, Don’t Eat the Bruises, and teaches how to use analogies in voir dire that can result in more challenges for cause. He shows how analogies in opening statement can create simple references to important concepts that can be used throughout trial; and he also discusses how to discredit defense experts in opening statement—before they can make their first impression—and then tie that into later cross-examinations.

Lastly, Mitnik lays out how advocating your case in an honest and objective way leads to better case outcomes, even when faced with opposing counsel who are willing to do, and say, anything in order to win.

The Power of Analogy from Trial Guides on Vimeo.

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.

In every case, you face an insurance adjustor, arbitrator, judge, or jury who makes a decision about the facts in your case. These decision-makers often interpret (or misinterpret) legal concepts and evidence in terms of their own life experiences. Keith Mitnik, Morgan & Morgan’s senior trial counsel, demonstrates how practical stories and analogies help fact-finders better understand the concepts in your cases.

As the senior trial lawyer at America’s largest personal injury firm, Mitnik has tried and perfected this approach on cases ranging from minor-impact car crash cases to medical malpractice and tobacco cases. In this presentation, he expands upon the concepts in his bestselling advocacy book, Don’t Eat the Bruises, and teaches how to use analogies in voir dire that can result in more challenges for cause. He shows how analogies in opening statement can create simple references to important concepts that can be used throughout trial; and he also discusses how to discredit defense experts in opening statement—before they can make their first impression—and then tie that into later cross-examinations.

Lastly, Mitnik lays out how advocating your case in an honest and objective way leads to better case outcomes, even when faced with opposing counsel who are willing to do, and say, anything in order to win.

The Power of Analogy from Trial Guides on Vimeo.

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Keith Mitnik

Keith Mitnik

Keith Mitnik is senior trial counsel for Morgan & Morgan, the largest personal injury law firm in America. At Morgan & Morgan, there are departments that handle every type of contingency fee plaintiff’s case: general PI, medical malpractice, product liability, mass torts, commercial contingency, and so on. Keith’s job is to try cases with all of these departments and, when they do not settle, to join forces at trial with the other lawy... Learn More

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