Attorneys Face Off Over Conspiracy's Role in Smoker's Death, as Trial Starts Against Tobacco Giants

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Mar 8, 2019 1:04:58 PM

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Fort Lauderdale, FL—Attorneys Thursday debated the role tobacco marketing and nicotine addiction played in the death of a 71-year-old woman who smoked for more than half a century, as trial opened against the country’s two largest cigarette makers. Neff v. R.J. Reynolds and Philip Morris, 2007-CV-036745.

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Topics: tobacco, Engle Progeny, Florida, Neff v. R.J. Reynolds and Philip Morris

Allegedly Unsafe Road Conditions Blamed At Trial For Passenger’s Brain Injury In Rollover Accident

Posted by David Siegel on Mar 8, 2019 10:26:05 AM

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Topics: California

February's Hottest Trials in the CVN Library

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Mar 6, 2019 5:45:59 PM

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Each month, CVN’s hottest-trials list highlights the most-watched and discussed trials from our video archive of hundreds of cases around the country. Our hottest trials in February include recent high-stakes trials as well as a slate of blockbuster cases that continue to resonate long after the juries delivered their verdicts.

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Retrial in $100M Suit Over Las Vegas Sands’ Macau Casinos Begins Monday, CVN To Webcast Live

Posted by David Siegel on Mar 1, 2019 3:12:27 PM

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Topics: Nevada

|VIDEO| What Joe Fried Showed Jurors in Closings Helped Deliver Eight-Figure Verdict in TBI Trial

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Mar 1, 2019 2:25:47 PM




One of the most effective ways to highlight a defendant’s alleged negligence is to walk jurors through a simple alternative that could have avoided the accident. During closings of a traumatic brain injury trial, Joe Fried vividly demonstrated such a hypothetical alternative and helped seal an eight-figure verdict in the case.    

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Topics: Georgia, Transportation, Johnson v. MARTA