For more than thirty years, Erich Vieth has worked as a trial and appellate attorney in St. Louis. His experience includes numerous first chair trials before federal and state judges and juries. He has been lead author of many appellate briefs and presented oral arguments to both federal and state appellate courts.
Is your expert witness ready for cross examination or will they choke under pressure?
Don't get flat-footed by your own expert witness!
Focusing on ultimate issues, handling evasive witnesses, and remembering key points.
Listen, adapt, and how to react when opposing counsel tries to intimidate.
Improve your prep and kill it in Depo!
Strategies & Tips for getting the most out of your Deposition.
How do you decide which depositions to take vs. ones you should avoid?
What is your why?
A solo practitioner and the founder of a large firm discuss what you should know before going it alone.
Tune in to hear host John Simon present twelve specific tips for creating a highly persuasive opening statement.
Watch out for the typical pitfalls! Here's some real-life advice.
Reassuring practical advice from those who have gone before you.
Simple ways to turn clients, contacts, and opposing counsel into marketing ambassadors for you and your firm.
Select your most important issues, anticipate attacks, and apply decision science to your courtroom strategy for victory.
How to get the jury to understand your case with case framing.
Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks, Wordmarks, and Trade Secrets... What’s the difference and why should you or your business care?
How cognitive science can help you craft more effective arguments in the courtroom.
Why keeping cordial relationships across the aisle is good for your clients.
Tactics, pitfalls, and secrets practices of major corporations in antitrust.
Alvin Wolff’s tried and true rules from real life courtroom experiences which will significantly improve your practice.
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