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Risks of Cognitive Fatigue to Consider During Witness Preparation
To avoid nuclear settlements, litigation teams need to place a higher priority on a strong deposition performance during witness preparation. One of...
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.
Nurse depositions gone bad - part 3
In part of this topic , we gave an example of a nurse's deposition and how easily it can go badly. In part , we highlight some of the m...
Nurse depositions gone bad - part 2
In part of this topic , we gave an example of a nurse's deposition and how easily it can go badly. In part , we highlight some of the mos...
Nurse depositions gone bad - part 1
* Introduction * Across the country, malpractice litigation creates a painful scenario for the health care industry, causing incalculable financia...
Litigation trends in 2021 - part 2
In part of this topic , we covered litigation trends and developments including an increase in settlements, changing juror perceptions, the fr...
The impact of social inflation on insurance - a webinar
Insurers complain of a rise of large jury awards, juror anti-business bias and investor-funded litigation. A panel of claims and legal experts exami...
Addressing the challenges of healthcare litigation
It's no secret that the healthcare industry has a high volume of litigation. So, what can healthcare companies and healthcare insurers do to better ...
The Nuclear Verdict blog series
In the first parts of our nuclear verdicts series, we covered an overview of the definition of a nuclear verdict, some historical context, and the...
George R. Speckart, Ph.D. & Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D.