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By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
The judge in the "loud music" murder case may have provided incorrect answers to the jury's questions about whether the doctrine of self defense applies only to the apparent aggressor and not to third parties
By Legal Learning Series
This seminar is helpful to associate and senior litigators so they may become more familiar with best practices and collected wisdom from these recognized litigators.
By Fred Reggie Associates
Bolstering and enhancing opening statements at trial through storyboarding
By Josh's Legal Community Update
Miami - The Association of Litigation Support Professionals, South Florida Chapter to host Jury Consulting CLE & Discussion May 17th at the Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Airport & Cruise Port Hotel in Dania, Florida.
By Wolf Litigation Technology
New company offers comprehensive services for law firms in need of trial and litigation support
By Dr. Noelle Neson
Attorneys who cannot connect the dots of a case for a jury will often lose that case, no matter how compelling or overwhelming the evidence they present might be.
By Sandy Moore House Lights Media
House Lights Media to Consult With Winners of Screen Writing and Film Contests for Vail Film Festival
By Ted Brooks
Monica Bay, of Law Technology News, first broke the news late Monday, April 4, 2011, in her Daily Commentary column. A great deal of positive feedback and interest have followed the announcement of this new venture - something that is long overdue.
By Dr. Noelle Nelson
A recent Pew Center Research study showing the Great Recession has impacted segments of the population differently can be of great value when selecting today's juries, says Dr. Noelle Nelson, a trial consultant.
By Keene Trial Consulting
The Jury Room, an informative blog authored by the trial consulting experts at Austin, Texas’ Keene Trial Consulting, has been selected by the editors of the ABA Journal as one of the nation’s Top 100 legal blogs for 2010.
By ComCon Kathy Kellermann Communication Consulting
The more complex a defense attorney's questions to a child witness, the more likely the jury convicts the defendant.
By EPPRM Management
Los Angeles’ Law Offices of Ludlow B. Creary II Have Secured a Dismissal of Felony Charges After a California Jury Hung 10 -2 in Favor of Acquittal.
By ComCon Kathy Kellermann Communication Consulting
When racial differences are made a salient issue in a criminal case, white jurors exhibit less racial bias toward black defendants.
By ComCon Kathy Kellermann Communication Consulting
The newest Issue of ComCon's free Online Jury Research Update reports that jurors are 3.6 times more likely to find that sexual harassment occurs when it is communicated by email than when communicated in person.
By ComCon Kathy Kellermann Communication Consulting
A lump sum request for pain and suffering yields as much in jurors’ damages awards as a request for $10/hour, and more than is awarded in response to requests for $240/day or $7,200/month.
By Dr. Noelle Nelson
When gearing up for trial, prepping an angry witness can be a daunting task, says Dr. Noelle Nelson, a trial consultant for more than 20 years for both plaintiff and defense.
By ComCon Kathy Kellermann Communication Consulting
A plaintiff attorney’s $25M request for injuries valued at $250,000 receives from jurors 2/3rds the damages of a $15M request, but still 2.5 times more than a $1.5M request.
By ComCon Kathy Kellermann Communication Consulting
Research shows that judges do not fully understand the Daubert factors, admit evidence that is scientifically flawed and exclude evidence that is scientifically valid.
By ComCon Kathy Kellermann Communication Consulting
ComCon announces today the provision of a free webpage repository of video and graphical tests and demonstrations for attorneys to use in court to show that witnesses have limits to what they can observe, judge, attend to, remember and perceive.
Benjamin Feliksdal one of the members of the "Varna International Ballet Competition 2010" international pedegogue and author of methodic dance books is invited for "The Soul International Ballet Festival of Korea" 20-27 august 2010
By Dr. Noelle Nelson
Defense attorneys face the unique challenge of trying to prevent their clients from sounding combative or defensive on the witness stand. A combative defendant is a juror turnoff and casts the client in an unfavorable light.
By NVS Public Relations | NVSPR
The five-member jury is responsible for selecting the Orpheus Award winners for the Best Documentary, Best Short and Best Feature films
By Netbula Legal
A federal jury entered a verdict of copyright infringement against Chordiant Software, Inc. for infringing four software technologies in the Chordiant Marketing Director product.
By Dr. Noelle Nelson
For plaintiff attorneys, your key witness is usually your client or a client’s representative. How that witness describes the wrongs allegedly inflicted by the defense can have an unintended adverse effect on jurors,
By Bekebooks
The 24 th International Ballet Competition, Varna Bulgaria will take place from July 19 through July 29 2010 The deadline for submission of application is extended to April 30 2010
By Dr. Noelle Nelson
Defense attorneys need to craft their own story to tell at trial and not just defend against what plaintiffs present.
By Charleston International Film Festival
These distinguished individuals have been recognized by their peers and won industry awards for their work and their contribution to film and television. The Charleston International Film Festival is on track to become an Academy Award Qualifier.
By Dr. Noelle Nelson
Facts are the foundation to every legal case. However, even with powerful, well-documented facts at a trial lawyer's disposal, if the attorney can't place those facts in a context that makes sense to the jurors' worldview.
By Strategic Book Group
The American justice system is responsible for maintaining social control, deterring crime, and sentencing those who violate laws with penalties. The American justice system protects and services the American people, or does it?
By Strategic Book Publishing
The jury is out. Decide for yourself if man really landed on the Moon.
By Brandsmith
Noted theatre & film personality Feroz Abbas Khan has bagged two National Film Awards, including Special Jury Award for best film & Best Screenplay Award for his film Gandhi My Father.
By Dr. Noelle Nelson
Although many trial lawyers have never tweeted (and never intend to), they still need to understand the impact Twitter is having on how they express themselves during opening statement.
By Dr. Noelle Nelson
Recent revelations about corporate greed and wrong-doing have significantly altered juror attitudes, says Dr. Noelle Nelson, a California trial consultant and author.
By Episode XI Studios
Video Produced By Episode XI Studios Showcases Jury Evidence Recording System
By Dr BR Natarajan
For Dubai's Drive for Quality, Dubai Quality Award (DQA) has been the single most valuable framework for companies to measure their business performance and to achieve higher growth through leadership, innovation and continuous improvement.
By Strategic Book Publishing
In Consequences of Foolish Behavior, when a woman is kidnapped and her husband is the prime suspect, will a famous news anchor be able to set the story straight?
By sunil
With large experience in managing media,Film And Television organisations at International level Sandeep Marwah is the right choice for the post of Advisor.
By Thomas Easaw
The profound truth about judges, lawyers and the judiciary in a set of videos on youtube

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