JSH partner Eileen GilBride will join a panel of highly-qualified legal professionals to discuss the steps necessary to protect a successful result or reverse a defeat while your case is in trial. The panelists will examine the identifying factors of recent reversals of multi-million dollar verdicts, and provide best practices for trial counsel, including discussing methods for spotting, correcting and capitalizing on those factors.
After the presentation, panelists will engage in a live Q&A session with participants to answer questions about these important issues.
A Strafford Live Webinar
Tuesday, July 9 | 10:00am-11:30am PDT | 1:00pm-2:30pm EDT
Attorneys will receive CLE
Shook Hardy & Bacon
Charlie is a creative and adaptive trial and appellate lawyer who represents clients in diverse jurisdictions across the United States. His litigation experience has been broad, ranging from the defense of international corporations in antitrust and civil RICO litigation to federal criminal and civil rights litigation on behalf of those unable to afford representation.
Eileen leads the firm’s Appellate Department, and focuses her practice on representing clients in federal and state appellate matters and dispositive motions. She also counsels and assists trial lawyers in the substantive areas of their practices, from the answer stage through the post-trial motion stage. Eileen has handled more than 400 appeals at every level of the state and federal courts, in Arizona and other states, which have resulted in more than 80 published decisions.
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith
Sean is a member of the Appellate and Toxic Tort & Environmental Litigation Practices. He represents clients in appellate courts in Texas, California, Michigan and in various federal circuits, including the Fifth, Sixth and Tenth Circuits. Mr. Higgins has obtained reversal of millions of dollars in jury verdicts and has numerous significant published decisions to his name. He also regularly represents clients at trial in business disputes, toxic tort and general liability cases.