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Our veteran trial practitioners discuss various creative means of presenting trial evidence by use of computer graphics, demonstrative exhibits, total visual advocacy, and, of course, directly through witness testimony. Topics such as getting difficult evidence admitted, including other victim evidence, and offers of proof are addressed. Finally, tips on immediately responding to defendants’ objections and making objections to preserve your client’s appeal are provided.
Joseph D. Garrison Managing Shareholder - Garrison, Levin-Epstein, Chimes & Richardson, PC Joseph D. Garrison, managing shareholder of Garrison, Levin-Epstein, Chimes, Richardson & Fitzgerald, P.C., New Haven, Connecticut, focuses his practice on employee rights. He graduated from Wesleyan University in 1965 and Cornell Law School in 1968....MoreJoseph D. Garrison, managing shareholder of Garrison, Levin-Epstein, Chimes, Richardson & Fitzgerald, P.C., New Haven, Connecticut, focuses his practice on employee rights. He graduated from Wesleyan University in 1965 and Cornell Law School in 1968. He served as President of the National Employment Lawyers Association and as a member of the Executive Board for 15 years. He was a founding Governor, Charter Fellow, and President of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. Mr. Garrison has been a speaker at numerous national employment law seminars sponsored by the American Bar Association, BNA Books, and NELA. He presently serves on the Council for the Labor and Employment Section of the American Bar Association, and is its liaison for the Equal Employment Opportunity Committee. In Connecticut, he served as President of the Connecticut Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section, as Chairman of the Federal Court Grievance Committee, as the founding Chairman of the Connecticut Employment Lawyers Association, and on the Board of Governors of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association. He recently became a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates and The American College of Trial Lawyers. Mr. Garrison is increasingly active as a mediator and arbitrator, particularly in employment cases, and is listed as a mediator and arbitrator on AAA’s employment panels. In 2009, he was appointed to AAA’s Board of Directors. Collapse
Dennis E. Egan Dennis E. Egan received his B.J. degree from the University of Missouri in Columbia in 1973, and his J.D. from the University of Missouri School of Law in 1976. Mr. Egan is a member and Managing director of the Popham Law Firm, P.C., specializing in...MoreDennis E. Egan received his B.J. degree from the University of Missouri in Columbia in 1973, and his J.D. from the University of Missouri School of Law in 1976. Mr. Egan is a member and Managing director of the Popham Law Firm, P.C., specializing in trial work with a particular emphasis in employment law. Mr. Egan is a frequent presenter/lecturer at CLE seminars on various topics relating to litigation practice, and the preparation and trial of employment discrimination cases. Through March, 2014, Mr. Egan has been lead trial counsel in approximately 136 cases of all types—including 103 jury trials. In May 2011, Mr. Egan was lead counsel in a harassment/retaliation case that produced a $10.6 Million verdict—the largest jury verdict returned under the Missouri Human Rights Act. Most recently, on January 25, 2014, Mr. Egan was lead counsel in an age discrimination case for 4 supervisory employees fired for sending pornography on company e-mail. The jury found age discrimination motivated their firing and rewarded nearly $1 Million in back-pay and emotional distress. Future damages, fees and costs will be awarded by the trial judge. The Kansas City Business Journal’s Annual “Best of The Bar” has included Mr. Egan every year since the listing began in 2002. Mr. Egan has several times been named to “Super Lawyers Top 50 in Missouri-Kansas.” As founder of the Kansas City Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) Mr. Egan served as President from 1993 until 2007, and will serve as a permanent emeritus member of KC NELA’s officers. He served a 12-year term on the NELA Executive Board (1997-2010). Collapse
Alicia K. Haynes Partner - Haynes & Haynes, PC Alicia K. Haynes is a 1987 graduate of Cumberland Law School in Birmingham, Alabama, and the founding partner of Haynes & Haynes, P.C., which she started in 1988. She practices law with her brother, Kenneth D. Haynes. Ms. Haynes practices exclusively...MoreAlicia K. Haynes is a 1987 graduate of Cumberland Law School in Birmingham, Alabama, and the founding partner of Haynes & Haynes, P.C., which she started in 1988. She practices law with her brother, Kenneth D. Haynes. Ms. Haynes practices exclusively in the area of plaintiff’s employment law and currently serves on the Executive Board and sexual harassment practice group of the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) of which she is a member of the national and local organizations. Ms. Haynes is a member of the Birmingham Bar, the Alabama State Bar, American Trial Lawyers Association, and the Litigation and Employment Law Sections of the American Bar Association. She is also an executive board member of the Women’s Section of the Birmingham Bar. In 1995, Ms. Haynes successfully litigated a sexual harassment/hostile environment case against Tyson Foods, Inc., resulting in an $8 million dollar verdict. In 2002, she litigated a race discrimination cas e that stemmed from the denial of promotions to two African-American males, also against Tyson Foods. The jury rendered a verdict of $3.5 and $1.5 million dollars in the case. Most recently, she has had two separate cases heard before the United States Supreme Court, which resulted in favorable and per curiam opinions. One case, Ash and Hithon v. Tyson, significantly changed the standard in employment discrimination cases involving promotion decisions. Ms. Haynes has been recognized in the 2007 and 2008 editions of Best Lawyers in America and The Best Lawyers in Alabama in the area of Labor and Employment Law. Collapse
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This program contains the following components:
Presenting Trial Evidence & Shielding Against Objections - Audio
Presenting Trial Evidence & Shielding Against Objections - Paper
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