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Best and Worst of Witness Examinations - On-Demand
Webinar now available on-demand.
When it comes to witness examinations at trial, there's no substitute for out-preparing your competition. Every examination should be approached as if the jury is going to use it to decide the merits of your case.
So how should you prepare? When conducting a witness examination, how should you balance passion with compassion? Humor with seriousness? When does a light touch work best, and when is it advantageous to apply more direct pressure? And how can you be sure to jump on openings when they present themselves?
If your law practice involves trials, you'll want to join your colleagues for "Best and Worst of Witness Examinations," a one-hour on-demand webinar on the best practices and proven approaches, and a look at common errors that can sink your case. Your presenter, a seasoned trial attorney, will deliver use-them-now pointers for:
- Witness preparation
- Taking a fourth quarter mindset when conducting any exam
- Determining your strategy, regardless of the challenges presented by a particular witness
- Keys to question timing
- Organizing your documents and exhibits for maximum impact
- Knowing your witness exam strengths and weaknesses, and those of opposing counsel
- Stylistic techniques that sway juries
- Identifying potential "home-run" openings in testimony and leveraging them for maximum results
- Mastering your craft
- Learning from mistakes
- And much more.
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Best and Worst of Witness Examinations — is just $107.
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About Your Presenter:
Prince Glover & Hayes
Matt Glover, with Prince Glover & Hayes, handles personal injury cases. Since 2002, he has obtained in excess of $75,000,000 through trial or settlement on behalf of injured people. He handles cases involving product failures, industrial accidents and injuries resulting from collisions with commercial vehicles. He has also proudly represented Alabama farmers and small business owners against out-of-state insurance companies. His primary practice is in bad faith litigation. He currently serves as Adjunct Professor at the University of Alabama School of Law. He mentors and coaches future trial lawyers in courtroom procedure and the many elements of trial litigation.