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A Summary of Pelvic Mesh Trials in CVN’s Online Video Library

Posted by David Siegel on Apr 16, 2020 2:20:07 PM

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Topics: Products Liability, Pelvic Mesh Litigation, California, new jersey, Missouri, Practice Area Overview

CVN’s Most Impressive Trials of 2019 - Honorable Mentions!

Posted by David Siegel on Apr 10, 2020 2:05:49 PM

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Topics: Negligence, Products Liability, tobacco, Florida, Georgia, California, Talc

Key Civil Trials To Watch As Courts Shut Down By Coronavirus Get Back To Business

Posted by David Siegel on Apr 6, 2020 3:38:55 PM

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Topics: Products Liability, Pharmaceutical, California, Talc

Free Feature Trial: Watch Brian Panish & Rex Parris Win $52.8M Verdict in Truck Crash Case

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Mar 27, 2020 12:39:59 PM

Brian Panish details the big rig crash that injured two brothers as trial opens against CRST. You can watch the full trial with a FREE CVN account.


The unprecedented events of the last several weeks have us all looking forward to better days and a healthy return to the courtroom. To help tide you over, April’s Feature Trial of the Month — available on demand to all of our FREE CVN account members — is a trucking crash case against industry giant CRST that wrapped with a whopping $52.8 million verdict. And it’s available now for you to watch, gavel-to-gavel.

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Topics: Transportation, California, Trucking, Lennig v. CRST

|VIDEO| How Arash Homampour's Rebuttal Helped Swing Verdict in Trial Over Crash That Paralyzed Cyclist

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Feb 28, 2020 12:26:20 PM


As the last words a jury hears before it enters deliberations, rebuttal closings are critical for plaintiff's attorneys. A powerful rebuttal not only blunts the most important points of a defense’s closing, but it puts an exclamation point on the plaintiff's case. At trial over a crash that paralyzed a bicyclist, Arash Homampour’s rebuttal helped key a liability verdict against the City of San Diego. 

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Topics: Transportation, California, Vinolo v. City of San Diego