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    Price

    $79 for Association Member
    $99 for Non-Member

    75 minutes
    Date Published

    January 19, 2021

    Publisher

    Ohio Association for Justice

    Subjects

    Damages, Trial Tactics

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    Summary

    In Session One of this three-part series on the shifting paradigms in the speed trial and damages, Joe Fried conducts a deep dive into the speed trial and how the new paradigm shapes your case preparation and trial strategy. He will discuss the present paradigm for conducting trials, why it takes so long to try a case and whether or not there is a correlation between the length of a trial and the verdict amount.

     

    He will show how fear and limiting beliefs play into trial strategy and presentation and explore whether other paradigms should be considered. What if you could work from a new paradigm that identified what the case needs to be about and what you need to prove to win, how to get to the point quickly with less fluff, fewer witnesses and fewer points?

     

    You will learn how the new paradigm works in practice, including how to limit the number of issues and the number of witnesses needed to prove your case and how to make it easy for jurors to get the point.

     

    He will share examples of cases and an outline for medical doctor depositions.

    Our present paradigm

    • Is there a correlation between the length of a trial and the verdict amount?
    • Is there a good reason to explore other paradigms?
    • Identify what the case needs to be about and what we need to prove to win
    • Present fewer witnesses
    • Could this work?
    • How the new paradigm works in practice:
      • Discussion about identifying the few critical points for a case
      • Discussion about editing content for each witness
      • How to make it easy for jurors to get the point
      • Ask for attendee issues

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    Presenters

    Joe Fried

    Joe Fried is considered by many to be the preeminent truck accident attorney in the country. His office is in Atlanta,... Read More

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    Program Titles and Supporting Materials

    This program contains the following components:

    Shifting Paradigms: Speed Trial and Damages: Session One
    Shifting Paradigms: Speed Trial and Damages: Session One - Paper
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    Join the self-paced program from your office, home, or hotel room using a computer and high speed internet connection. You may start and stop the program at your convenience, continue where you left off, and review supporting materials as often as you like. Please note: Internet Explorer is no longer a supported browser. We recommend using Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Safari for best results.

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