Using Technology at Trial

Friday, Sept. 28th – Live CLE in Media: Using Technology to Prepare For Hearings, Depositions & Trial

One of Attorney Dan Siegel’s most popular programs, recent attendees called this a “must” program for all litigators.  Learn how easy-to-use technology can help you prepare more effectively and more efficiently for depositions, hearings, and trials, with better results in less time. This webinar will demonstrate: The various technologies used by lawyers today vs. the pen-and-paper methods; How to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of cases using litigation software; How to prepare for proceedings with confidence that you have the documents or other evidence needed; and, How to create chronologies that also serve as an outline for opening statements and other trial-related matters. The program is on Friday, September 28th from […]

Just Because You Have an IPad Doesn’t Mean You Need to Use It

Technology – such as iPads – can help attorneys be more effective advocates. But like any tool, you need to use it correctly, not just because you have it. Otherwise, the technology can actually weaken your position, and frustrate the judge, jury or arbitrator you are trying to convince. I sat as an arbitrator today in a relatively routine car accident case, involving a side swipe at an intersection – I think. The reason I say “I think” is because the plaintiff’s attorney was so enamored of his iPad that he never asked his client, “Tell the panel, how did the accident occur?” Instead, he fixated on using his iPad […]

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