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RIGHT AND WRONG WAYS TO PREPARE YOUR WITNESS FOR DEPOSITON

This month, the King County Bar Association Bar Bulletin published Thomas M. O’Toole’s excellent recommendations on how to prepare a deponent. Mr. O’Toole is the President of Sound Jury Consulting, and his following advice is well worth reading and heeding: The deposition performance of a key witness is critical to the outcome of any case. [...]

FOCUS GROUPS AND DAVID BALL

Book Review: How to Do Your Own Focus Groups: A Guide for Trial LawyersEven with a thorough investigation and analysis of the case, you can overlook things, even the most obvious. This is especially true once you’ve formulated a case theory because there is a natural tendency to miss or reject that which is inconsistent [...]