In 1997, Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (now known simply as Public Justice) named me a national finalist for Trial La… Continue Reading
We had one step one, and received a positive decision on our writ to present our case to the Supreme Court. We now had to ful… Continue Reading
The proceedings in the Scottish cases – we had started to vigorously pursue 29 cases on behalf of children in Scotland… Continue Reading
Sometime in the late morning the jury came back with a second question related to economic damages, which is usually a gr… Continue Reading
I was in the middle of my closing arguments in the Castillo-Dupont case. Although I spent the bulk of my 90 minutes going t… Continue Reading
In my last post, I spoke about the experienced expert witness, Dr. Robert Brent. It turned out that Dr. Robert Brent had k… Continue Reading
As I mentioned earlier, when we went to trial, my two key witnesses had never testified in court before.
That’s an extr… Continue Reading
I called Dr. Vyvyan Howard to the stand on May 22, three weeks into the Castillo-DuPont trial.
By this point, the jury had … Continue Reading
On the plaintiff side, we often have to prove a lot in order to win. If we miss one point, we lose. It’s like building a hou… Continue Reading
Donna’s testimony in the Castillo-DuPont trial was difficult for her but necessary. And there was no doubt the entir… Continue Reading