Jury Selection with Decision Data
Published by Nevada Justice Association
and Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys
Thursday, December 13, 2018
(6:00 ET / 3:00 PT / 4:00 MT)
Duration: 135 minutes
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Get in the game and win more verdicts for your clients at this webinar with speaker and award-winning trial lawyer Robert Eglet, from Eglet Prince. Picking the right jury begins before you start voir dire, and Mr. Eglet will teach you the steps to make better and more informed decisions going into a trial.
Don’t get buried in paperwork, guessing at what’s important. Request the right information during discovery. With live and virtual Focus Groups, Get your plan to discover exactly what’s important to potential jurors,and what more they want to know about. Stop guessing and ask the people!
Uncover experiences, personality characteristics, stereotypes, and implicit biases that jurors are reluctant to divulge in oral voir dire, but that influence every decision they make about your case. With a detailed Focus Group, show your case to hundreds of potential jurors and learn how they will find, for or against your client, and why.
What makes a good/bad juror for your case? Machine learning algorithms and extensive data (demographics, psychometric, and behavioral measures) from your Virtual Focus Groups allow your trial team to develop detailed profiles that answer these questions for you! No more relying on gut feelings about a juror.
How do you determine if the juror on the panel is good or bad for your case? You ask the right questions! With carefully crafted SJQ and/or oral voir dire question sets , from there you will be asking the questions that define a juror’s potential point of view on your case.
Don’t be intimidated by the data. Hire a service that uses machine learning to analyze your juror list against the Focus Group(s) data and assign risk to each juror on a 100 point scale. Your teams can also combine this with background research for an even more precise juror score.
Review real case data from a large brand Pizza delivery service. See how we left an alternate stealth juror on the panel as a real test!
| Robert T. Eglet, Esq. |
Robert Eglet has been trying cases for more than 30 years and his courtroom accomplishments are legendary among the Nevada Bar. Robert is a member of the “Inner Circle of Advocates” a peer reviewed, invitation only organization whose membership is limited to the 100 best plaintiff trial lawyers in America. He has obtained the largest personal injury verdict in America twice, as well as two verdicts in the top five largest verdicts in America in two consecutive years; three verdicts in the...MoreRobert Eglet has been trying cases for more than 30 years and his courtroom accomplishments are legendary among the Nevada Bar. Robert is a member of the “Inner Circle of Advocates” a peer reviewed, invitation only organization whose membership is limited to the 100 best plaintiff trial lawyers in America. He has obtained the largest personal injury verdict in America twice, as well as two verdicts in the top five largest verdicts in America in two consecutive years; three verdicts in the top five largest verdicts in America in three out of four consecutive years and four verdicts in the top 40 largest verdicts in America within seven years.
Robert has won more multimillion-dollar verdicts than any lawyer in Nevada history and in 2013, he was named “National Trial Lawyer of the Year.” He has been honored twice as “Nevada Trial Lawyer of the Year” and in 2010 Robert was named National Lawyer of the Year. He is a member of “Round Table” – the 100 most influential trial lawyers in America and is a Lifetime Achievement recipient of America’s top 100 attorneys. Robert was the 2013 recipient of the “Thurgood Marshall Fighting for Justice Award” for his tenacious effort, against overwhelming odds, in achieving success in the fight for justice. The National Trial Lawyers Association consistently recognizes Robert as one of the top 25 Mass Torts Lawyers in the country.
Roberts firm, Eglet Prince, is considered one of the most successful and respected injury trial firms in America. The National Law Journal named his firm as one of the 12 best plaintiff’s law firms in the country and one of the 50 best trial firms in America. Robert is currently lead counsel for the plaintiff’s lawyers representing the victims of the One October Mass Shooting in Las Vegas. He also represents the counties and cities in Nevada against the pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors for the opioid crisis, as well as serving as lead counsel in one of largest class action lawsuits in the country against Facebook.
Robert routinely lectures to numerous trial attorney organizations and bar associations around the country on trial practice with a particular emphasis on jury selection. Robert has written numerous articles on the art and science of jury selection and may be best known for changing the manner in which jury selection is conducted in civil cases in Nevada. Five years ago, Robert partnered with top application developers and data scientists to develop an extraordinary high-tech data tool designed to help trial lawyers analyze and select jurors using predictive analytics. Collapse
5 Minutes - Introduction
120 Minutes - Presentation
10 Minutes - Live Q&A with the Speakers
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