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BREAKING: FedEx Prevails at Trial Over Deadly Florida Crash

Apr 22, 2021

Jurors Thursday cleared FedEx Ground Package System of responsibility for a crash that killed an 18-year-old Florida mother.

Med Mal Trial Opens Over Injuries Stemming From Prostate Surgery

Apr 20, 2021

Trial opened Monday against a Florida doctor accused of negligence in a robot-assisted prostate surgery.


$50B Opioid Trial Begins Monday In California, CVN To Webcast On Demand Gavel-to-Gavel

Apr 17, 2021

Four major pharmaceutical companies go to trial on Monday in California state court over allegations that their marketing of prescription painkillers contributed to the ongoing opioid addiction crisis.


In-Person Cosmetic Talc Trial Set To Begin In Los Angeles, CVN To Webcast Live

Apr 16, 2021

One of the first in-person cosmetic talc trials to take place since last year’s Covid-19 shutdown begins next week in California state court

Florida News

Med Mal Trial Opens Over Injuries Stemming From Prostate Surgery

Apr 20, 2021

Trial opened Monday against a Florida doctor accused of negligence in a robot-assisted prostate surgery.


Trial Opens Against FedEx Over Deadly Florida Crash

Apr 14, 2021

Attorneys Monday debated whether a parked delivery truck was responsible for the 2017 crash that killed an 18-year-old Florida mother and injured her infant daughter, as trial opened against FedEx Ground Package System.


Philip Morris Prevails in First In-Person, Florida State Court Tobacco Trial Since COVID-19 Shutdown

Apr 7, 2021

Jurors late last week cleared Philip Morris of responsibility for the stroke a long-time smoker suffered, concluding Florida's first in-person, state court tobacco trial since the coronavirus pandemic emptied jury boxes a year ago.


In-Person Florida Trial Opens Against State Farm Over Rollover Truck Crash

Mar 25, 2021

Attorneys Thursday debated the injuries a Florida man suffered in a rollover crash, as trial opened in person against State Farm over how much it should pay for the wreck.

Georgia News

Appeals Court Reverses $8M+ Award for Stuntman's Death on The Walking Dead Set

Mar 17, 2021

The Georgia Court of Appeals last week reversed an $8 million award for the family of a stunt man who fell to his death while filming a scene for the zombie TV series The Walking Dead, finding the state’s Workers’ Compensation Act barred recovery in the personal injury claim.


|VIDEO| Veteran Attorneys Detail How Forward-Thinking Client Communication Strengthens a Solo Practice

Mar 12, 2021

Efficient client communication is crucial for solo practices and small firms where time and other resources are precious. And during a CVN webinar devoted to advice on how to strengthen a solo practice or small firm, veteran attorneys Michael Geoffroy and Gordon Glover detailed the proactive, tech-forward communication initiatives that can streamline workflow and improve client satisfaction. 


FREE CVN Webinar | Building a Solo Practice to Withstand a Pandemic, Featuring Michael Geoffroy & Gordon Glover

Feb 8, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic’s impact on the legal industry can be particularly hard for solo practitioners and small firms that deal in the "real world" day-to-day cases most lawyers face. Court closures and docket backlogs raise the hurdles a small office already faces in managing and clearing cases. That’s why, on Thursday, February 11, CVN will feature two noted attorneys who will share their advice on how to fine tune your solo practice so it successfully navigates the pandemic and thrives in the years ahead. 


|VIDEO| Scott Bailey Outlines the Technique to Questioning Witnesses That Helped Key Defense Win in $8M Wrongful Death Trial

Feb 2, 2021

During direct exam, the way questions are phrased can often make or break the testimony itself. And in analyzing how he and Dan Huff cleared a pair of doctors in an $8 million med mal trial, Huff Powell & Bailey's Scott Bailey detailed the "mock cross-exam" approach that he uses on direct to build credibility and undercut a cross.

Tobacco News

Philip Morris Prevails in First In-Person, Florida State Court Tobacco Trial Since COVID-19 Shutdown

Apr 7, 2021

Jurors late last week cleared Philip Morris of responsibility for the stroke a long-time smoker suffered, concluding Florida's first in-person, state court tobacco trial since the coronavirus pandemic emptied jury boxes a year ago.


CVN BigLaw Spotlight: King & Spalding LLP

Mar 2, 2021

For the latest installment in Courtroom View Network’s ongoing “BigLaw Spotlight” series we focus on Atlanta-based defense giant King & Spalding


BREAKING: RJR Prevails in In-Person Trial Over Oregon Woman's Cancer

Feb 20, 2021

Jurors Friday afternoon cleared R.J. Reynolds of responsibility for the terminal lung cancer an Oregon woman developed after decades of smoking the company's cigarettes, concluding what is likely the first in-person, state court tobacco trial in nearly a year.


Florida Appeals Court Throws Out $15.5M Award for Smoker's Throat Cancer Death

Jan 19, 2021

A Florida state appeals court last week reversed a $15.5 million total award in a case against R.J. Reynolds over the throat cancer death of a long-time smoker.

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