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As uncomfortable as it is to hear jurors talk negatively about your case and client, it’s essential to make sure you identify your worst jurors during voir dire and get them removed from the panel. To do that, you need to preview your case weaknesses and withhold your strengths. Doing so will bring the bad jurors out of the woodwork. The latest from Dr. Christina Marinakis! http://bit.ly/2MfWD8Y
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Please join our own Dr. Christina Marinakis at Perrin Conferences' The Opioid Litigation Conference on June 28, 2018 at The Omni Dallas Hotel. She will be speaking on a panel titled Update and Status of the Opioid Litigation.

This one day conference will host speakers and panel discussions covering topics such as 12 Hour Dosing for a 6 Hour Drug - The Addiction Generating Machine, and Insurance Coverage Issues in the Opioid Litigation. See the complete agenda here: http://bit.ly/2xLhg6m.

In addition to its educational program, the conference will also host multiple worthwhile and engaging networking events. Perrin Conferences sets the standard in the professional education industry as the place to learn, network and do business. We hope to see you in Dallas!

In-house counsel & insurance professionals receive complimentary registration at Perrin Conferences.
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It’s difficult to say whether an attorney’s social etiquette has any impact on the verdict outcome, but the fact that jurors continually tell us about counsel’s irksome behaviors suggests that, at the very least, these behaviors distract jurors from the issues they should be attending to. Our own Dr. Marinakis examines a few of the behaviors jurors have found most bothersome.
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You hire the jury consultant. You do the test. You learn a lot. Then, the consultant recommends a follow-up test. Your immediate reaction might be, “Of course you think there should be multiple tests; you’re the jury consultant….” We get that. But lest you worry that we’re just pursuing our own self-interest on your dime, we’d like to take this opportunity to explain exactly why we encourage follow-up tests. Whenever we do so, the reasoning comes down to finding the best way to meet your specific research goals and advance your case strategy. http://bit.ly/2B1kEKC
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3 Benefits of Giving Back as a Company (You Might Not Have Expected) http://bit.ly/2j0tbSW
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If you want to communicate most quickly, accurately, and effectively with jurors, then knowing when and how to use icons in your arguments is a must. http://bit.ly/2gHwSvE
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4 Effective Strategies to Defending Personal Injury Cases with Engaging #Graphics http://bit.ly/2syrf7A
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As much as attorneys love using them, analogies can be dangerous tools.  Time and time again, we’ll see an analogy broken down or turned around and used against the very party that offered it.  In our latest blog, we examine the reasons why so many analogies fall flat for clients in court. http://bit.ly/2rgjuCJ
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With so many variables, ideas, and possible direction, it can be difficult to adhere to a strict graphics budget. We identify six significant ways that you can help your trial graphics team help you – which, ultimately, will keep costs down.We hope these guidelines both lower costs and stress. http://bit.ly/2qLYQdj
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