Thinking Outside the Box for Solutions to Difficult or Impossible Cases

18 Aug , 2021

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When you have a difficult or impossible case conventional thinking should go out the window. How do you broaden the scope of your case so that your legal issues predominate the discussion about resolutions, settlements or plea bargains? The webinar will address multiple considerations for possible strategies; the use of experts; focus groups and the media; surveys; lie detector exams; judicial notice; Stipulated Facts; Motions in limine; severance; Attorney and Judicial Misconduct and spoliation of evidence and solicitation of amicus curiae.

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