Even the biggest cases can hinge on just a few crucial courtroom moments. CVN greets April with video and analysis of the techniques that won our highest-stakes trials.
In this month’s update:
- See how Panish Shea & Boyle’s Brian Panish blunted defense video surveillance of truck crash victims, en route to a $52.8 million verdict against the trucking company.
- Watch the cross-exam that helped clear a food supplier in the first case to go to trial over a massive hepatitis outbreak linked to a tainted frozen berry blend.
- Delve into the Georgia Supreme Court’s decision upholding a $40 million award at trial over the death of a toddler in a Jeep fuel tank explosion, and learn how that holding may impact evidence rulings in the future.
- Plus, video of the ongoing McGinnis v. C.R. Bard pelvic mesh trial, highlights leading to the recent $12.5 million verdict in Johns v. Suzuki Motor Corp., and much more!
CVN Essentials features more than 200 video clips curated by our team of legal editors and experts from the most compelling trials we’ve covered. It's a unique library that delivers insightful analysis focused features; and highlight reels centered on winning trial techniques that you can apply to your own cases.
It’s our most efficient tool for video study, news, and insight. And most importantly, it’s regularly updated to keep you up to date on the the techniques employed by the best lawyers across the country.
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