Conversations, thoughts, and interviews on the law & politics in today’s world. DAVID M. ODDO, is a prominent New York attorney known as a tenacious, experienced and highly skilled trial attorney, who has obtained many large verdicts and settlements for his clients in his over 25-year career as a civil litigator.
Game Changer: Timeline Presenter for Trial Attorneys w/ Stephen Haber
David is joined by prominent NY Attorney Stephen Haber to talk about his new trial preparation and presentation app, Timeline Presenter, that will revolutionize the way you prepare and present your case for trial. They also discuss the importance of technology in the courtroom, and trying your case in the new age of COVID.
Experience the full visual presentation here: https://youtu.be/R9txCe4oEMI
Stephen Haber has 37 years of trial experience in General Insurance Defense; Medical, Chiropractic, Dental and Podiatric Malpractice, Product Liability; Premises Liability and Commercial Litigation.
Plaintiffs Trial and Appellate Practice for the past 10 years and ongoing with focus in the medical
He's the owner of YourTrialSupport, providing e-discovery, trial preparation, focus testing and presentation
consulting services to trial counsel. Clients include some of the top plaintiffs malpractice attorneys in
New York City. http://www.yourtrialsupport.com
He's also a codesigner and representative of Timeline Presenter, an iPad-based app that allows you to organize,
annotate, and comprehensively present your case with the visual clarity of a timeline with PDF editable
and text searchable content, filterable and categorized events full of visually engaging content now in the Apple App Store
The Insurrection: One Year Later w/ Brandi Buchman
David is back with a new 2022 episode with his first guest of the year, Brandi Buchman (journalist and writer). They discuss "The Insurrection" of January 6, 2021 and how our country is still dealing with its aftermath one year later.
Senior staff writer at Daily Kos and was Chief White House & Congressional Correspondent for CourthouseNews.
False Confessions and Faulty Witness Identification w/ Preeminent Civil Rights Litigator Ilann Maazel
David is back with his guest, Ilann Maazel. They discuss, false confessions, faulty witness ID procedures, and police reform.
Ilann is a civil rights lawyer, partner at Emery Celli Brinckerhoff & Abady (U.S. News & World Report’s 2013 Civil Rights “Law Firm of the Year”), Civil Rights Litigation Columnist for the New York Law Journal, writer, pianist, and composer. Ilann helped save the High Line in New York City, and has brought class actions on behalf of hundreds of disabled preschool children in New York City, thousands of inmates in New York City prisons, and millions of Americans surveilled by the National Security Agency.
EMERY CELLI BRINCKERHOFF ABADY WARD & MAAZEL LLP
Backlash against Democracy w/ Teri Kanefield
David invites author, lawyer, and blogger, Teri Kanefield to the show.
Policing the Second Amendment: Guns, Law Enforcement, and the Politics of Race
David talks with author, Jennifer Carlson, PhD. They take a deep-dive into her new book, Policing the Second Amendment: Guns, Law Enforcement, and the Politics of Race. You can order it now at the link below:
Jennifer Carlson is an Associate Professor of Sociology and Government & Public Policy at the University of Arizona. She received her Ph.D. in sociology in 2013 from University of California, Berkeley. Her award-winning research examines American gun culture, policing and public law enforcement, and conservative politics. It has been featured in popular venues like the Washington Post, the Christian Science Monitor, the Los Angeles Times, the BBC, and the Detroit News as well as in scholarly outlets such as the American Journal of Sociology, Social Problems, Gender & Society, British Journal of Criminology, Contexts, Theoretical Criminology, Feminist Criminology and Violence Against Women.
Find The Helpers w/ Fred Guttenberg
David has an intimate conversation with activist against gun violence and author, Fred Guttenberg. They discuss his life and inspirational new book, Find The Helpers.
Fred Guttenberg began his public life after the murder of his beautiful 14-year-old daughter Jaime in the Parkland school shooting on Feb 14, 2018. The day after the murder, Fred decided to attend a public vigil in Parkland. While there, the Mayor asked him to speak. His words shook a nation and he has not stopped since
Great topics, conversations and insight
David does a great job tackling a wide range of issues of law and policy.
I’ve been fortunate to listen to all 9 episodes of The Trial Brief with David Oddo. Each of the topics selected by David are in tune in with world we are living in today. He is a skilled interviewer and artfully brings out the wealth of knowledge possessed by his first-rate guests. Listening weekly to The Trial Brief will undoubtedly make you a better lawyer, and a more informed member of our society.
Great content and great sound
What a way to kick off your first show. Andrew is a great guest. I look forward to the insight and interactions with your guests. Awesome monologue at the end. Congrats David! Add the title broadcaster to your list of accomplishments. All the best to you.
Matthew Spaier- Satellite Investigations