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Free CVN Webinar - Watch Jim Butler & Jeb Butler, Brian Panish, Chris Spagnoli & Tab Turner Analyze Landmark $150M Exploding Jeep Gas Tank Verdict w/ Real Trial Video

Posted by David Siegel on Oct 6, 2020 12:54:14 PM

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Topics: Products Liability, CVN Georgia, automotive

Remote Jury Awards $36K to Florida Law Firm in Trial Against Former Client

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Oct 2, 2020 1:02:54 PM

From the remote trial of K.B. Mathis P.A. v. Argyros. 


Jacksonville, FL— Jurors Thursday awarded roughly $36,000 to a Florida law firm at trial over fees it sought to collect from a woman it represented, wrapping the Florida Fourth Circuit’s second fully remote jury trial in as many months. 

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Topics: Florida, K.B. Mathis P.A. v. Argyros

Watch Free On-Demand: Legendary Trial Consultant David Ball and Trial Pro Sean Claggett Analyze $16.4M TBI Slip & Fall Verdict

Posted by David Siegel on Oct 1, 2020 2:45:12 PM

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Topics: Negligence, TBI, webinar

Remote Jury Trial Set Over Unpaid Legal Fees Set to Begin

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Sep 28, 2020 9:23:09 AM

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Jacksonville, FL— Trial is scheduled to begin this week against a Florida woman accused of owing her former attorney more than $55,000, the Florida Fourth Circuit’s second fully remote jury trial in as many months.

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Topics: Florida, K.B. Mathis P.A. v. Argyros

How Courts Are Reimagining Proceedings to Answer the Covid Crisis

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Sep 23, 2020 3:03:24 PM

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Editor’s note: Courtroom View Network is owned by Courtroom Connect, mentioned in this article. 

The sweeping impact of COVID-19 has forced courts across the country to reimagine age-old procedures in order to protect public health and effectively manage swelling caseloads. But reworking critical proceedings like hearings and trials in an age of social distancing has proven a monumental task for already overburdened court technology teams. And it’s made more difficult by the fact that there is no single solution. Every court has different needs to consider, from the complexity of proceedings to the locations of those involved. It’s why more courts have begun to partner with remote technology specialists to better address those needs, said an executive at one of the nation’s leading remote litigation support firms. 

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Topics: Remote Counsel