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Crucial Moments Leading to 8-Figure Verdicts, Newly Added to CVN Essentials

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Jan 5, 2018 10:25:00 AM

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CVN Essentials opens 2018 by adding more than an hour of additional curated video to its archive and by featuring highlights and analysis of three of the biggest trials we covered last year.

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Topics: CVN Essentials

NEW: CVN Essentials Delivers the Most Compelling, Curated Courtroom Video from Trials Across the Country

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Dec 5, 2017 5:00:22 PM

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For years, Courtroom View Network has delivered the nation’s leading video library of civil trials across the country. However, with more than 30,000 hours of video coverage available, finding the most relevant pieces of a trial can be time consuming. Now, CVN makes its vast library more accessible than ever, with CVN Essentials.

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Robert Monyak Details 2 "Worlds" in Closings That Help Clear Doc in Trial Over Vacuum-Assisted Birth |VIDEO|

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Sep 19, 2017 5:35:57 PM


Using an analogy to paint your opponent’s case in simple, stark contrast to your own can serve as a powerful introduction to a closing argument. In closings of a malpractice trial against a physician accused of negligence during a vacuum-assisted childbirth, Robert Monyak cleared his client by vividly detailing two conflicting “worlds” he believed the jurors saw. Cantrell v. Moore, 13-A-49232. 

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Topics: Medical Malpractice, Georgia, Cantrell v. Moore

Keith Puya's Closing Argument Helps Clear Doctor in Trial Over Patient's Terminal Colon Cancer |VIDEO|

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Sep 15, 2017 3:52:31 PM


In closings at trial of a South Florida doctor accused of negligence that led to a patient's colon cancer, Keith Puya used the plaintiff's own arguments on cancer growth rates to help seal a defense win. Kazandjian v. Vastola, et al., 2015CA005637. 

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Topics: Medical Malpractice, Florida, Kazandjian v. Vastola

Alwyn Fredericks' Opening Statement Paves Way for $3.5M Verdict in TBI Trial |VIDEO|

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Aug 4, 2017 7:38:30 AM

In mild traumatic brain injury cases, jurors may not be able to see the outward symptoms of a plaintiff's brain damage immediately. Because of that, it’s critical for a plaintiff’s attorney to lay the groundwork for a significant damage request by conveying the severity of the injury in the first moments of an opening statement. In Wicker v. American Family Insurance, Cash, Krugler & Fredericks’ Alwyn Fredericks combined visual aids and clear analogies during his opening to set up a seven-figure verdict in his client’s 2015 trial.

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Topics: Court Video, Georgia, Transportation, Wicker v. American Family Insurance, Traumatic Brain Injury