December 19, 2019 Congrats to the good people at Southwest Airlines, as well as their outside counsel Don Machalinski and Linda Schneider from Tressler, LLP, on their jury verdict in Chicago in a negligence case. These fine professionals made it easy for the jury to look past the emotion and get their decision right. And the jury deserves a big “thank you” for their service. It was a pleasure and a privilege to play a role in this success story.
October 18, 2019 Congrats to Jim Wilkens, John Fetters, Rachel Wallace, Caryn Jorgensen, Jennifer Seeley, and the entire trial team from Stokes Lawrence on their defense verdict on behalf of Alaska Airlines. And thanks to the trial jury for their service, as well as everyone who put their trust in the system. It was a privilege to be part of this success story, and kind of cool to go to trial in Alaska and take in its amazing landscape.
September 9, 2019 Congrats to the good people at Southwest Airlines, as well as their outside counsel Doug D’Arche and Ethan Carlyle, on their jury verdict in LA in a contract case. I also applaud the leaders at Southwest for putting their trust in the jury system. Lastly, the jury deserves a big “thank you” for their service. It was a pleasure and a privilege to play a role in this success story.
Bloom Strategic Consulting is pleased to share with you a panel discussion and webinar in conjunction with Caldwell, Bennett, Thomas, Toraason & Camp, PLLC, a Texas law firm focused on probate and trust litigation. Dr. Emily McDonald of Bloom, will join trial lawyers, Murray W. Camp and Sarah V. Toraason, in conducting a webinar entitled Jury Selection in Probate Disputes: Avoiding the Minefield and Winning the Case.This webinar, sponsored by the Clear Law Institute, will discuss techniques to successfully reveal bias in the potential probate jury. Issues covered will include:
– How conventional wisdom for empaneling a trial jury differs for the probate dispute.
– Why probate panels are inherently biased.
– Specific jury decision-making techniques trial lawyers can employ during voir dire to connect to the jury audience.
– How a deep dive into family of origin can help you avoid the minefield and win the case.
The live presentation will take place at 1PM EDT (or 12PM CT) on September 6, 2019, but will be available for viewing on demand for the following 12 months. It is approved for 1.25 hours of general CLE credit in Texas and multiple other states