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
Sometime in the late morning the jury came back with a second question related to economic damages, which is usually a gr… 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
Tension is an interesting quality. In some ways it’s desirable in situations like this, the beginning of the Castill… Continue Reading
I awoke on the morning of our initial day in court for the Castillo-DuPont case with a burst of energy, ready for my regula… Continue Reading