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How to Try an Employment Law Case to a Jury, Part 4: Using Witnesses to Tell Your Story *Class by Webinar*

Date(s):
May 17, 2018
Description:
Credit: 3.0 Credit Hours Per Session (15 Credit Hours for 5-Part Session)

This new 5-part course provides participants an in-depth introduction to trying an employment law case to a jury. This session will focus on witnesses. Topics include: 
 

·         Direct Examination

o    The most important “witness” – Thinking of yourself as a witness.

o    How to make sure the witness (not you) is the star of the show.

o    The effective use of exhibits and demonstrative evidence in your direct examination.

·         Cross Examination

o    The decision whether to cross examine in an employment case.

o     The differing styles of cross examination depending on what the witness said on direct.

o     Cross examination of experts.

 

Faculty:  

Employee Perspective:  Kathleen Cahill, Law Offices of Kathleen Cahill, LLC

Employer Perspective:  Steven D. Gordon,  Holland & Knight LLP

Course Chair and Moderator: Thomas P. Murphy, Jackson Lewis, P.C.  
 
Fee: $89 Community Members; $99 D.C. Bar Members; $109 Government Attorneys; $129 Others
 
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