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The Litigation Podcast

Blackstone Chambers

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We are excited to announce the launch of Blackstone Chambers’ The Litigation Podcast. This podcast will examine trends and emerging areas of disputes across the full spectrum of Blackstone’s areas of expertise, including commercial, employment and public/regulatory law.
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Litigation Nation

Amundsen Davis, LLC

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The Litigation Nation Podcast, hosted by Jack Sanker & Danessa Watkins, is a roundup of the most important and interesting legal developments happening right now, giving you an insider’s view to the legal system. If you haven't already, be sure to subscribe to Litigation Nation wherever you listen to podcasts, so you never miss an episode.
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The Litigation Psychology Podcast presented by Courtroom Sciences, Inc. (CSI) is a podcast for in-house and outside defense counsel and insurance claims personnel about the intersection of science and litigation. We explore topics of interest to the defense bar, with a particular emphasis on subjects that don‘t get enough attention. Our hosts are experts in Clinical Psychology, Social Psychology, and scientifically-based jury research with a wealth of knowledge about science, research, human ...
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Speaking of Litigation Podcast

Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.

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No business likes litigation. Lawsuits and trials can be stressful, unpredictable, and often confounding—even for battle-scarred business leaders. But they’re something almost every business must confront. Speaking of Litigation pulls back the curtain for an inside look at the various stages of litigation and the key strategic issues businesses face along the way. Knowledge is power, and this show empowers executives and in-house counsel to make better decisions before, during, and after dis ...
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Litigation Radio

Legal Talk Network

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Hosted by Dave Scriven-Young, this show features conversations with top litigators, judges, and experts to help litigators develop their careers, win more cases, earn more clients, and build sustainable practices. Stay tuned for the tips segment in every episode with Darryl Wilson! Brought to you by the American Bar Association Litigation Section
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Rivero Mestre’s lawyers are game changers in the practice of business litigation at the highest level. Our legal team combines litigation experience from top-tier firms with multicultural depth, making them especially effective in cross-border disputes and global litigation. In each episode of The Litigation Room, we will discuss legal insights, pressing business developments, and practical considerations about how to approach complex litigation problems.
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Hosted by litigation attorney Maxwell Goss, the Litigation War Room offers insight and inspiration for courtroom lawyers. Featuring interviews from leading litigators in every area of law, the podcast provides strategies, resources, and war stories.
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Butler is a civil litigation firm. We are unique because our practice is devoted entirely to defense and insurance litigation. At Butler, our goal is to stay on top of the latest alerts, trends and news so that we can provide you with the most up to date information possible. Stay tuned in for more Butler Podcasts coming soon.
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The Litigation Quality Patents® Podcast, hosted by Craige Thompson (a.k.a., “The Examiner Whisperer”) contains substantive discussion designed to keep you current with what’s going on in the world of patents, encompassing everything from patent prosecution and re-examination to patent licensing and litigation.
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The Litigation Funding Podcast

The Litigation Funding Podcast

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The litigation funding podcast covers all aspects of litigation finance. We speak with the industry experts to bring you the latest industry information. Interviews with those who have helped form the industry and who are currently working within the industry.
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Stephenson Harwood's aviation litigation and regulation team is recognised for its longstanding and extensive experience in advising clients from across the aviation industry, including airlines, lessors, financiers and the major transportation banks, MROs and ground handlers. The team has launched this podcast series to discuss key topical issues in the aviation sector, and to share their insight on how to tackle them.
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About the Series Charter: A Course is a podcast created by the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights (the Asper Centre) and hosted by the Asper Centre’s Executive Director Cheryl Milne. Charter: A Course focuses on Canadian constitutional law and litigation. In each episode, we highlight the accomplishments of U of T Law’s faculty and alumni involved in leading constitutional cases and issues. Each episode also includes a “Practice Corner,” where we talk about the ins and outs of what ...
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In this episode we discuss what the Supreme Court immunity ruling means for Trump, and Supreme Court denial of certiorari in case brought against OSHA. (00:00) - - Intro (01:15) - - Supreme Court immunity ruling (57:30) - - Supreme Court denial of certiorari in OSHA case (01:16:27) - - OutroBởi Amundsen Davis, LLC
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As a follow-up to Part 1 (Episode #220) of what not to do in opening statements, Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D. talks about what to do in your opening statements. Bill discusses a few key principles for delivering opening statements: the speed of delivery, eye contact, repetition, pausing/using silence, movement, volume, and telling the jurors what you w…
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Tune in to the most recent episode of The Litigation Podcast, in which Ivan Hare KC presents recorded highlights from the 2024 Public Law Conference. The panel discussions address the latest developments in recent public law cases. Ivan Hare KC explores proportionality under the HRA: is it in the Act or on the facts? Stephanie Palmer discusses the …
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Ever wondered how courtroom battles have evolved with the rise of technology? Join us on this episode of Speaking of Litigation as Epstein Becker Green litigators Ken Kelly, Eric Moran, and Ed Yennock explore how technological advancements have reshaped the landscape of legal trials. From the days of low-tech (or no-tech) to the sophisticated digit…
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Michael “Mick” Williams, Ph.D., Founding Member of The Science of P/CVE & Shawn C. Marsh, Ph.D., Director of Judicial Studies and Associate Professor of Communication Studies / Social Psychology at the University of Nevada, Reno join Steve Wood, Ph.D. to discuss the concept of Terror Management Theory and its implications on civil litigation. Mick …
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Tune in to the most recent episode of The Litigation Podcast, in which Ivan Hare KC presents recorded highlights from the 2024 Public Law Conference. The panel discussions address the latest developments in recent public law cases. Tom Leary explores interim remedies in Judicial Review. George Molyneaux examines the duty of candour, with particular…
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Litigation Nation hosts Jack Sanker and Danessa Watkins dive into the recent landmark verdict finding Trump guilty of 34 charges of falsifying business records. They also explore the nuances of the case, including the jury's decision, sentencing considerations, and the possibility of Trump running for president despite the conviction. Join our disc…
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Tune in to the most recent episode of The Litigation Podcast, in which Ivan Hare KC presents recorded highlights from the 2024 Public Law Conference. The panel discussions address the latest developments in recent public law cases. James Segan KC examines the standard of review in commercial Judicial Review. Hanif Mussa KC discusses developments in…
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In this episode, we discuss the widespread contamination of "forever chemicals" detailed in a bombshell expose by ProPublica and The New Yorker and the legal troubles faced by OpenAI, including allegations of using Scarlett Johansson's voice in their AI assistant technology and copyright infringement claims from authors like George R.R. Martin. (00…
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In the first of a two-part episode, Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D. talks about opening statements and what not to do in your opening statement. First, Bill explains the primary reasons why opening statements fail: 1) Attorneys don't get formal training on how to construct an opening statement; 2) Attorneys don't have an understanding of how the juror bra…
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America’s banks play a critical role in our economy, and the industry is one of the most heavily regulated, with rules that affect nearly every consumer, borrower, and saver. In this episode, enjoy a deep dive into the web of regulations banks navigate daily and the role that litigators play. Guests Aaron Krauss and Brett Watson participated in the…
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Attorney Chris Turney of Turney LG joins Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D. to discuss inflated settlements and verdicts. Chris describes what he believes are the factors that are influencing and effecting outsized settlements and verdicts and walks through a 4 quadrant concept to help explain what is happening. Chris defines what he refers to as direct acti…
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Tesla Securities and Wire Fraud Investigation: The episode kicks off with a deep dive into the ongoing investigation surrounding Tesla's marketing efforts and statements made by its CEO, Elon Musk, regarding the company's self-driving capabilities. The Department of Justice and the SEC are scrutinizing Tesla's claims about full self-driving feature…
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Ava Hernandez, M.A. joins Steve Wood, Ph.D to talk about her background and how she got started in the litigation consulting field. Ava shares how she spent the early part of her career working in law firms, including both plaintiff and defense firms, then got interested in psychology, went back to earn her Masters in Clinical Psychology, and then …
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Do you love limitation? Does the very idea of mandatory time limits make you stop in your tracks and smile? If so, tune in to this episode of the Blackstone Chambers Litigation Podcast as Andrew George KC presents recorded highlights from the most recent Commercial Breakfast Briefing. First, Leona Powell takes a look at the Supreme Court’s importan…
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Round Table Group is a Premier Sponsor of the ABA Litigation Section. On this Litigation Radio episode, we will hear from Dan Rubin, National Business Development Manager of Round Table Group, about using third parties in expert searches. The selection of the Round Table Group as the subject of this interview should not be construed as an endorseme…
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Holly Howanitz, Managing Partner, Tyson & Mendes joins Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D. to talk about cross-examination of expert witnesses. Holly highlights that you need think about your goals when cross-examining expert witnesses especially since experts often have more experience testifying than a fact witness. Bill and Holly talk about strategic decis…
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Data Privacy Attorney, John Ochoa, joins the show to discuss a recent lawsuit of a beverage giant under Illinois Genetic Privacy Law, and a Texas judge says drag shows aren’t always protected by First Amendment, citing the “history and tradition” test, as the legal standard for his ruling. (00:00) - Intro (01:12) - Beverage giant sued under Illinoi…
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Kent Doll, Trial Attorney & Owner, KND Law joins Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D. to share his litigation philosophy, Bill and Kent discuss the difference between a trial attorney and a litigator. They discuss trial technology and Kent's approach to jury selection and how important it is to get jurors to open up and share so you can understand their biases…
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Being a lawyer involves constant pressure and stress. It’s a profession filled with challenges—everything from demanding partners and tight deadlines to adverse rulings and deadbeat clients. It’s enough to wear down anyone. Guest Erin Clifford is a partner and director of marketing and business development at Clifford Law Offices in Chicago. And sh…
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Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D. and Steve Wood, Ph.D. conclude our med mal litigation series by talking about trial preparation for medical malpractice cases. Steve and Bill discuss important tips about managing and preparing witnesses for trial testimony, working with witnesses as early as possible before trial, and helping them understand the difference…
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In this episode of Litigation Nation, we covered three significant legal developments. We discuss a case in New York where a woman was awarded $30 million in a revenge porn lawsuit against her ex-boyfriend, a cyber attack in Fulton County, Georgia, where hackers threatened to release sensitive court documents related to the Trump election case, and…
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When it comes to dietary supplement class actions, there’s a little less class and a lot more action. In this episode of Speaking of Litigation, Epstein Becker Green litigators Teddy McCormick, Jack Wenik, and Robert Lufrano explore the litigious minefield of class action battles, particularly focusing on the challenges faced by companies amid the …
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Steve Wood, Ph.D. talks about preparing witnesses for trial testimony. Steve mentions several key tips including teaching witnesses to take their time when responding both during direct examination and cross-examination. It is important for witnesses to be consistent with how much time they are taking to answer both direct and cross questions so ju…
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Generative AI is everywhere, including inside many law practices, creating documents, analyzing data, researching, and creating content. But what happens when AI makes a mistake? Who’s liable? The implications could be enormous, are we may see a new wave of liability litigation. It’s a brave, new world without a lot of legal guardrails. There are e…
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Dr. Jordan Romano joins Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D. to discuss expert witness testimony in medical malpractice cases. Dr. Romano has served as an expert witness on numerous medical malpractice cases and talks about how he got started as an expert witness, how he got up to speed on the litigation process, and what he does as a hospitalist. Bill asks Dr…
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The East Palestine derailment lawsuit in Ohio settles for $600 million, Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula are suing Peninsula Township, The American Bar Association President's letter to attorneys, and Parents of Michigan school shooter both sentenced to 10-15 years for involuntary manslaughterBởi Amundsen Davis, LLC
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Steve Wood, Ph.D. & Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D. join host Ava Hernandez to talk about what they have been seeing in the cases they have been working on recently. Steve shares that he's been seeing more jurors who are expecting fact witnesses to remember all details from the incident and talks about how to address this issue. The group discuss the pros…
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Litigators are used to being in front of a jury. But have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a member of that jury? What are jurors watching? What do they notice? Guest Chauntis Jenkins-Floyd, an experienced litigator, recently served on a jury. And what she learned as a juror is eye opening. Like most of us, Jenkins-Floyd has been summoned for…
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Medical malpractice defense attorney Michael Denning of Heyl Royster joins Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D. to talk about the timeline of litigation in medical malpractice. First, Michael and Bill touch on the mental stress of being named in a lawsuit and the importance of making sure the physician or named defendant is doing okay and checking in on their …
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Greenwashing is now a significant issue for the aviation industry, and the risk is ignored at your peril. Special care must be taken when preparing your environmental campaigns and marketing materials, as the penalties for getting it wrong may be severe. Taking into account the UK and EU rules, regulations and legislation on environmental advertisi…
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California consumers have filed a class action lawsuit against luxury fashion brand Hermès over purchasing practices for the brand’s exclusive Birkin bag, Apple is currently grappling with a historic lawsuit issued by the Department of Justice, alleging that the tech giant has consciously tried to maintain a monopoly over the iPhone market, and Flo…
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Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D. joins host Ava Hernandez to discuss his background and how he got into the litigation consulting industry. Ava and Bill talk about how their backgrounds in clinical psychology allow them to assess and prepare witnesses in a way that attorneys are not trained to. They also discuss the ethical challenges with the tension that…
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Meet Teresa Beck and Claire Gibson, two successful and experienced litigators who are deeply involved in the ABA Litigation Section’s Woman Advocate Committee and its two books featuring essays from women in the legal profession: “Her Story: Lessons in Success from Lawyers Who Live It” (2017) and the recent follow-up “Her Story: The Resilient Woman…
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Chuck Ingram, Partner with Estes, Ingram, Foels & Gibbs, P.A., joins Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D. to talk about the discovery stage of medical malpractice litigation. Chuck discusses the importance being proactive during the discovery phase in med mal cases and how he approaches discovery differently based on which plaintiff firm has filed the suit. Bi…
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Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court rules adults younger than 21 cannot be sentenced to mandatory life without parole, New York judge rejects law firm fee petition for using ChatGPT to justify its costs, and Silicon Valley battles states over new online privacy & safety laws for children. (00:00) - Intro (01:50) - Massachusetts Mandatory Sentencin…
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Shane O'Dell, Member, Naman, Howell, Smith, and Lee & Mike Bassett, Trial Attorney, The Bassett Firm, join Steve Wood, Ph.D. to talk about some of the misperceptions of the defense bar. The group discuss what the Reptile Theory is really all about and that the purpose of the Reptile Theory is less about scaring the jury and more about empowering th…
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As the spotlight on high-profile judgments intensifies, terms such as “libel,” “slander,” and “defamation” permeate public discourse. Former U.S. presidents, A-list celebrities, and even college professors and local business owners face the specter of defamatory statements broadcast and scrutinized worldwide. But what lies beneath the surface of th…
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Kristi Harrington, Certified Mediator and Arbitrator with Kristi Harrington Dispute Resolution, joins Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D. to discuss mediation and alternative dispute resolution in medical malpractice cases. Kristi shares her background and the help she offers clients with alternative dispute resolution and mediation. They talk about issues th…
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We return to our series profiling leading litigators and business builders with guest Paula Hinton, a litigation partner and executive committee member with international firm Winston & Strawn. She’s held numerous leadership positions, is recognized across the profession, and handles a variety of complex cases. And she did it her way. “It starts wi…
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Leah Miller, Fractional CFO, LNM Financial Services LLC joins Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D. to talk about law firm finances. Leah and Bill define key financial terms such as revenue, expenses, profitability, and talk about the complexities that crop up as a firm grows. Leah shares the guidance she gives her clients on how often they should be looking at…
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In part 4 of our medical malpractice litigation series, Ava Hernandez joins Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D. to discuss preparing mid to higher-trained nurses for deposition testimony. BSNs, MSNs, Nurse Practioners, Nurse Managers, Charge Nurses, and similar nurses have significant responsibilities and often come into their deposition with a different pers…
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Tune in to episode 15 of the Blackstone Chambers Litigation Podcast, as Kieron Beal KC presents the Retained EU Law Conference Part 2. Joined by Naina Patel, Emily Neill, Ravi Mehta, Harry Adamson and Hollie Higgins, the panel explore the potential impacts of the REUL Act in key affected sectors. The REUL Act is the final chapter in a huge and comp…
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Round Table Group is a Premier Sponsor of the ABA Litigation Section. On this Litigation Radio episode, we will hear from Russ Rosenzweig, CEO of Round Table Group, about using third parties in expert searches. The selection of the Round Table Group as the subject of this interview should not be construed as an endorsement by the American Bar Assoc…
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Will Stute, Partner at Orrick, joins Steve Wood, Ph.D. to discuss the work he did on Gee v NCAA in which he won a defense verdict. Will provides some personal background and ways he has honed his craft and then relates his experience with defending mass tort cases. He gives an overview of the strategy behind this bellwether case (Gee v NCAA) he wor…
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