“The Jury Thinks What?” podcast discusses everything there is to know about trying cases. From preparing the case before the lawsuit is filed all the way to trial. And most importantly, how to understand what the Jury is thinking.
Keys to a $30M, $29.1M, and $42.5M Elder Care Verdict w/ Ed Dudensing
Ed Dudensing gives all nursing home lawyers incredible insight into his criteria for case selection. Ed joins Saul in describing his theory of trying cases with large verdicts and punitive damages in mind.
Tips on Trying the Catastrophic Injury Case to a Verdict of $100M! W/ Andrew Garza
Connecticut Trial Lawyer Andrew Garza shares his passion and relentless pursuit of the truth and documents in obtaining a 100 million dollar verdict in a catastrophic injury case.
The Jury Thinks What? Podcast is hosted by Saul Gruber of Gruber Trial Consulting. Learn more here: https://www.grubertrialconsulting.com/
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Getting the Nursing Home Verdicts with Lance Lourie and Suzanne Fink
Join Nursing Home Lawyer Stalwart Lance Lourie and Suzanne Fink on selecting the appropriate case, developing the story during discovery and maximizing the verdict. We spend time discussing their recent 15 million dollar verdict.
Renowned “Attorney Whisperer” Sari de la Motte Discusses Voir Dire and Openings
https://www.lawyerminds.com/podcast/tjtw-23/Trial Consultant Sari De La Motte joins Saul in discussing the H2H method in connecting with the jury in both Voir Dire and Opening Statements. Sari gives tips and takes us through her funnel theory on selecting jury's.
Nick Schnyder and Drew Gililand Trying the Every Day Case for the Injured Plaintiff
Trial Lawyers Nick Schnyder and Drew Gilliland join “The Jury Thinks What?” to talk about a recent verdict of over $300,000 in what appeared to be a classic Motor Vehicle Accident with a few months of chiropractic care. Drew and Nick will walk us through their trial process and how they decide which cases to take to trial.
Using Understaffing for Profit to Obtain a $13 Million Verdict w/ Jody Moore
Nationally Renowned Nursing Home Trial Lawyer Jody Moore joins Saul Gruber on “The Jury thinks What” to breakdown how her recent landmark 13 Million Dollar Verdict in California against a Nursing Home Owner for persistent understaffing causing significant injuries to multiple residents. Jody will discuss how she used staffing documentation to prove her case.
Excellent Trial Lawyering Podcast
Saul Gruber’s stated purpose of the podcast is to provide mentoring for newer attorneys, who are increasingly solo practitioners without the traditional mentoring infrastructure. He has achieved this aim admirably. The guest trial lawyers and Mr. Gruber are master craftsmen/women. The practical and candid info is most welcome. I learned more by listening to 10 podcasts about trial strategy and realities and by reading the recommended authors like Friedman, Ball, and Mitnik than in two years as a law clerk. They’ve demystified several key areas of litigation like voir dire, IMExams, mediation, preparing witnesses. I love the mix of practicality with principles to guide trial lawyers (not settlement lawyers). Thank you, Saul! You’re a benefactor to the legal profession.
Too notch guests, great host