Simplifying Scientific Evidence for Jurors
Strategies for Presenting Scientific Information in an Understandable, Memorable, and Persuasive Manner
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide litigators with our panel's approaches for presenting scientific evidence to juries, including building credibility from the start, weaving evidence in a coherent story for jurors, making the most of demonstratives, addressing contrary science, and embracing the “CSI effect."
- Overview of scientific evidence in litigation
- Challenges of presenting science in jury trials
- 10 tips for communicating scientific concepts effectively to jurors
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What strategies can counsel employ to weave scientific evidence in a coherent story that jurors can embrace and act upon?
- How can counsel maximize the effectiveness of demonstratives, even when cost is an issue?
- What are best practices for effectively addressing contrary science?
- Why should counsel embrace the “CSI effect” and how can this be done?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Christopher G. Campbell
Mr. Campbell is a partner in the firm’s Product Liability and Mass Tort practice. He has experience in all... | Read More
Mr. Campbell is a partner in the firm’s Product Liability and Mass Tort practice. He has experience in all phases of litigation, including first-chairing jury and bench trials in state and federal courts and arguing appeals. He is co-author of the book Expert Witnesses: Products Liability Cases (West 2009), an in-depth guide to expert witness development in all types of product liability and mass tort matters, including pharmaceutical, toxic torts, automotive, industrial accidents and children's and consumer products.Close
Daniel Cooper, Esq.
He is president of a jury consulting firm where he has worked on hundreds of cases including intellectual property,... | Read More
He is president of a jury consulting firm where he has worked on hundreds of cases including intellectual property, antitrust, securities, employment, products liability, professional malpractice, fraud, and contract litigation.Close
Amy H. Chung
Ms. Chung is an attorney in the firm’s Product Liability group. Her practice focuses primarily on the defense... | Read More
Ms. Chung is an attorney in the firm’s Product Liability group. Her practice focuses primarily on the defense of pharmaceutical, life science and medical device companies, and she serves on a national counsel team in a mass tort litigation with a focus on scientific evidence.Close