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This is excellent! Two friends of mine, +Guy DiMartino and +Nick J Rishwain of +Experts.com nailed it in this webinar, "5 Tips for Expert Witnesses" (video) https://youtu.be/uv17kuofPX8

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Many of the social media and digital communication tips I'm sharing in my LegalMinds Mastermind work equally well in trial. In fact, I believe several of my largest multi-million dollar verdicts happened because I used these approaches and techniques in my opening statements and closing arguments.

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When a trial witness makes a statement that’s inconsistent with earlier deposition testimony, here's what to do.

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You may want to take a look at this tech: Software provides real-time predictions on how potential jurors might vote https://buff.ly/2lgd48q

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A #Juror refers to a citizen or a person who has taken an oath especially of allegiance to stand and represent the truth and answer all questions presented by the sitting #judge.

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You would think that Nobel Prize-winning economists would know how to invest their award windfall. For most, it's the largest single sum of money they will ever receive. Yet, according to an October 11 MarketWatch article, some of these economists have "fizzled away" much of their winnings.

While the economists interviewed made light of their spending, for injured plaintiffs, their settlement is serious business and often critical to their family's financial security. There must be enough money to pay for day-to-day living expenses, medical costs, college tuition and other large and small purchases. A structured settlement gives plaintiffs a specific long-term plan with guaranteed tax-free income to make sure expenses are met. The structure also removes the temptation to make impulse buys and provides the ideal excuse to say no to relatives or friends looking for a handout.

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