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Are millennials to blame for nuclear verdicts?
Nuclear verdicts are causing concern for defense counsel and insurers. The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) evaluated verdicts ...
Melissa Loberg, Ph.D. & Lorie Sicafuse, Ph.D.
Advantages of desktop videoconferencing for depositions
Now that there is again a choice (in most cases) of conducting depositions in-person or remotely, how do you decide which approach is best? Although...
Benefits of CSI third-party record retrieval
Everyone involved in litigation knows how critical third-party record retrieval is. However, securing medical, billing, court, employment, or any ot...
Discovery obligations during the pandemic
Having resolved discovery disputes related to the COVID- pandemic for almost a year, trial courts have considered myriad creative discovery object...
Survey: Covid-related attitude changes toward industries
* Introduction * All of us have been significantly impacted by the COVID- crisis. Most of us have experienced significant changes in how we soci...
Lorie Sicafuse, Ph.D.
The politicization of the trucking industry
I previously wrote a blog post that discussed the results of a survey we conducted at Courtroom Sciences, Inc. on juror perceptions in the wa...
Steve Wood, Ph.D.
Webinar: Preventing nuclear verdicts in trucking and transportation cases
The trucking and transportation industry has been disproportionately affected by nuclear verdicts and settlements over the last decade. While the pl...
COVID-19: The not-so invisible risk to the trucking industry
The notion of “nuclear verdicts” has recently become a primary focal point of attorneys and litigation psychologists. Books, such as Bob Tyson’s “ ...
Steve Wood, Ph.D.
Transportation and trucking litigation
The transportation and trucking industry has historically been an easy target for litigation. So, how can trucking and transportation companies bett...