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Effective and Strategic Use of Courtroom Objections

 

These Effective and Strategic Use of Objections can give you a competitive advantage in the Courtroom.

Identifying objections that can be made at trial is not difficult; there are numerous how to books and resources listing permissible objections. The challenge for trial lawyers is deciding when and how to make objections, and how to use the objection as part of the integrated trial theory. Just because the objection is there doesn't mean that it needs to be made. Conversely, how can you be sure you are prepared to make the objections that you need to make to advance your case theme, protect the record, and protect your witnesses? In this topic you will be taken through the nuts and bolts of objections with an overlay focused on considering objections within the broader concepts of your trial theme. You will have a better idea of not just the available objections, but how and when to consider making those objections as part of your integrated trial strategy.

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Michael Ginsberg

Michael Ginsberg

Jones Day

  • Partner with Jones Day
  • Trial lawyer who concentrates his practice on the representation of policyholders in disputes with insurance companies regarding coverage for product and environmental liabilities, toxic torts and bad faith
  • Advises clients on the insurance aspects of corporate reorganizations, mergers and acquisitions, and bankruptcies
  • Practice also involves the trial of environmental claims arising under Superfund and similar state statutes and other business lawsuits
  • Past-chair of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, the leading trial skills training organization in the U.S.
  • Director of the Kessler-Eidson Program for Trial Techniques at Emory Law School
  • Past Program Director for NITA’s Pittsburgh Regional Trial Program
  • Frequent speaker having presented throughout the U.S., Kenya, Ireland, Scotland and Japan
  • Named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer in the field of insurance coverage by Pennsylvania Magazine and was selected for inclusion in the 2012 edition of Best Lawyers in America also in the field of insurance coverage; listed in Best Lawyers in America in the field of insurance coverage and Pennsylvania Super Lawyers in insurance coverage and commercial litigation
Thomas R. Jackson

Thomas R. Jackson

  • Retired partner with Jones Day
  • Adjunct professor SMU Dedman School of Law teaching experiential class in depositions
  • Team Leader Kessler-Eidson Program for Trial Techniques, Emory University School of Law
  • Author, Depositions Answer Book, 2019 Edition, PLI Publishing
  • Named in The Best Lawyers in America 2006-2016, Texas Best Lawyers 2011-2016, Chambers USA 2011-2016 and Texas Super Lawyers 2007
  • Assisted with numerous NITA training programs in all areas of litigation practice since late 1980s
  • Prior to retiring in 2016, practiced in complex commercial litigation in the securities, intellectual property and antitrust areas
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