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Using three actual trials based on whistleblower, First Amendment, and breach of contract claims, Mr. Kaster and Mr. Morgan walk through the lessons they learned by completing a mock trial prior to the actual trial. For each case, they talk about their theory going into the mock trial, how they used the mock jury deliberations and information to adjust their theory going into the actual trial, and how the theory worked in the actual trial. They also discuss how you can incorporate these theories and lessons into your own cases.
James H. Kaster James H. Kaster is an experienced trial lawyer who concentrates on representing plaintiffs in employment cases. He has received multi-million dollar verdicts for individual plaintiffs, including the highest award in Minnesota for emotional distress...MoreJames H. Kaster is an experienced trial lawyer who concentrates on representing plaintiffs in employment cases. He has received multi-million dollar verdicts for individual plaintiffs, including the highest award in Minnesota for emotional distress in an individual employment discrimination case. Mr. Kaster also obtained the highest reported settlement for an individual sexual harassment client in state history. He is one of only a few plaintiffs’ lawyers who are members of both the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and the American College of Trial Lawyers, a group limited to one percent of America’s trial attorneys. Mr. Kaster was given the highest ranking possible by Chambers, USA, which ranks lawyers throughout the nation. He has also argued cases before the state’s and nation’s highest courts, including Kasten v. Saint Gobain Performance Plastics Corporation, which resulted in a new standard for FLSA retaliation cases. Mr. Kaster takes his greatest pride in serving the best interest of his clients. Collapse
Matthew H. Morgan Matthew H. Morgan is a member of Nichols Kaster’s National Wage and Hour Litigation Team, working on wage and hour violations under federal and state laws for multi-plaintiff collective and class actions. Matt has also successfully represented...MoreMatthew H. Morgan is a member of Nichols Kaster’s National Wage and Hour Litigation Team, working on wage and hour violations under federal and state laws for multi-plaintiff collective and class actions. Matt has also successfully represented clients in a variety of employment-related matters involving sexual harassment, breach of duty of loyalty, discrimination, unfair competition, and breach of contract involving non-competition and non-solicitation provisions. Matt is an adjunct faculty member at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota where he teaches representation skills to first-year students and advanced advocacy to second and third-year students. Matt has been asked to lecture on a variety of litigation-related topics. Collapse
March 14, 2014
Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
Lessons Learned From Mock Trials - Audio
Lessons Learned From Mock Trials - Paper
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