Normally Courtroom View Network wraps up one year and begins the next with our popular “Top 10” lists of most impressive plaintiff and defense verdicts. Since the pandemic scuttled most of our live trial coverage in March, and we’re rolling over into a new decade, we decided instead to revisit some of the trials that stand out from the hundreds of others that CVN webcast and recorded over the last 10 years.
Despite court systems throughout the country beginning to set plans for gradual re-openings (check out CVN’s Court Status Tracker for the latest developments), the resumption of civil jury trials is likely still a few months away. Without the option of going to court in person, the only option available for civil trial attorneys looking to keep their skills sharp is Courtroom View Network’s one-of-a-kind online video library of civil jury trials.
Explaining the full impact of a traumatic brain injury can be difficult when the effects of that injury aren’t immediately obvious from the jury box. But in a recent trial over the skull fracture a Georgia teenager suffered in a “bubble soccer” game, Brad Thomas’s closing vividly detailed the teen’s lifelong loss, helping seal a seven-figure verdict.
Bradley Beckworth in closings of a landmark trial trial against Johnson & Johnson over its alleged role in Oklahoma's opioid crisis. It's just one of several blockbuster trials CVN has added to its library recently. You can see this trial, and hundreds of others, gavel-to-gavel, with a CVN subscription.
Over the past few weeks, CVN has added an array of blockbuster trials to our unsurpassed courtroom video library. The newest additions include major verdicts in two traumatic brain injury trials, a landmark opioid judgment, and a pair of big defense wins in medical malpractice and premises liability cases.
Among the most interesting trials we’ve recently added: