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FREE CVN Webinar | Building a Solo Practice to Withstand a Pandemic, Featuring Michael Geoffroy & Gordon Glover

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Feb 8, 2021 10:19:47 AM

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The coronavirus pandemic’s impact on the legal industry can be particularly hard for solo practitioners and small firms. Court closures and docket backlogs raise the hurdles a small office already faces in managing and clearing cases. That’s why, on Thursday, February 11, CVN will feature two noted attorneys who will share their advice on how to fine tune your solo practice so it successfully navigates the pandemic and thrives in the years ahead. 

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Topics: Florida, Georgia, webinar

|VIDEO| Scott Bailey Outlines the Technique to Questioning Witnesses That Helped Key Defense Win in $8M Wrongful Death Trial

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Feb 2, 2021 12:27:06 PM


During direct exam, the way questions are phrased can often make or break the testimony itself. And in analyzing how he and Dan Huff cleared a pair of doctors in an $8 million med mal trial, Huff Powell & Bailey's Scott Bailey detailed the "mock cross-exam" approach that he uses on direct to build credibility and undercut a cross.

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Topics: Medical Malpractice, Georgia, Moradov v. Hill, et al., CVN Discovery

Apportionment Law Abrogates Respondeat Superior Rule, GA Supreme Court Holds

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Nov 12, 2020 2:49:30 PM

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Atlanta, GA— In a ruling that impacts Georgia negligence cases brought against defendant employers and their workers, the Georgia Supreme Court held that the state’s apportionment statute abrogated the Respondeat Superior Rule. 

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Topics: Georgia, Quynn v. Hulsey, Georgia Supreme Court

GA Supreme Court Upholds Apportionment That Slashed $12.5M Product Liability Award

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Oct 26, 2020 11:30:45 AM

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Atlanta, GA— In an opinion that affects products liability cases throughout Georgia, the state’s Supreme Court last week upheld a trial judge’s decision to reduce a $12.5 million jury award against Suzuki, based on apportionment of fault. 

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Topics: Products Liability, Georgia, Johns v. Suzuki

Free CVN Webinar: Real World Trials & Real World Tactics w/ Nick Rowley & Joseph Wilson

Posted by David Siegel on Sep 21, 2020 2:31:18 PM

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Topics: Negligence, Georgia, automotive