THE $ MILLION QUESTION... OR IS IT THE $500k QUESTION? OR THE $250K QUESTION? WHAT SOCIAL SCIENCE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH SAYS ABOUT WHAT TO ASK FOR
Presented by Gregory S. Cusimano of Cusimano, Roberts, Mills and Knowlton (AL) on Friday, June 12th, 2020
Talking to judges and jurors about damages can be one of the most challenging aspects of trial for even experienced litigators. Ask for too much and you’ll be rejected outright, ask too little and a further discount is in store. Alabama trial lawyer Greg Cusimano takes to the podium again to discuss how social science research can help us present our damage claim in the best light. You’ll learn about anchoring and adjusting, the use of per diem calculations to justify a global award and the use of “objective” measures of damage. You’ll be able to help the trier of fact make sense of damages and turn sense into dollars.
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