Published by New Jersey Association for Justice
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Wednesday, April 10, 2019
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Join nationally recognized trial lawyers James Lees and Tom Vesper for a webinar series on damages through every aspect of your case. Part four of this series will focus on handling damages in trial. Learn how to make jurors understand your client's loss.
Tom Vesper, Esq. A skilled and respected legal expert in serious personal injury, wrongful death cases, complex litigation, product liability, professional negligence, and consumer fraud. One of the few New Jersey attorneys recognized and published as an authority on...MoreA skilled and respected legal expert in serious personal injury, wrongful death cases, complex litigation, product liability, professional negligence, and consumer fraud. One of the few New Jersey attorneys recognized and published as an authority on wrongful death law.Handled thousands of serious injury and death cases and tried more than 300 to jury verdicts. Listed as one of"The Best Lawyers in America" in the personal injury category. This is a published listing of the nation's best lawyers by specialty area selected by his peers.Credited with helping change the rights of fire, police and emergency personnel and their families to recover damages in third party cases when they are seriously injured or killed on the job. Member of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers. Past president of the Association ofTrial Lawyers, New Jersey branch. Charter member of the South Jersey Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates. Founding member of Trial Lawyers for Public Justice.Certified as a civil trial attorney by the New Jersey Supreme Court and the National Board of Trial Advocacy.Author of nine books and more than 50 articles on trial advocacy and plaintiff practice, including, The Trial Notebook, 4th ed. (2000 West Publishing Co.), and The Deposition Notebook 3rd ed. (2000 West Publishing Co.). Teaches and lectures nationally and statewide at many trial lawyer conferences, including the National College of Trial Advocacy at Harvard and Duke University law schools and the New Jersey Judicial Conference of Judges.Member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, one of three attorneys in the firm who has triedand settled cases bringing more than one million dollars to the client. Graduate of Villanova University with a BA cum laude, doctorate in law from Rutgers University Law School, a writer and member of the Rutgers Camden Law Review. Served in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve for 23 years.Born in Philadelphia, Pa., raised in Pennsauken, NJ and a homeowner in Margate, NJ since 1973. Enjoys traveling with his family. Collapse
James B. Lees , Jr., Esq. Nationally recognized trial attorney and communications consultant, Jim Lees owns and operates Hunt & Lees law firm in Charleston, WV where he continues to practice and litigate cases throughout the United States, as well as provide communication...MoreNationally recognized trial attorney and communications consultant, Jim Lees owns and operates Hunt & Lees law firm in Charleston, WV where he continues to practice and litigate cases throughout the United States, as well as provide communication consulting services to attorneys and businesses both nationally and internationally.
Mr. Lees is a 1977 graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law and is a former Deputy District Attorney in Pittsburgh, PA where he successfully prosecuted 44 first degree murder cases and 6 death penalty cases. Litigating both civil and criminal cases in private practice throughout the United States since 1984, Mr. Lees has now tried over 250 jury trials to verdict. Mr. Lees, together with Alabama Attorney Greg Cusimano, created the five-part DVD series "Commanding the Courtroom", the quintessential "how-to" video series for litigation and case development strategies (available through the American Association for Justice). Mr. Lees now consults frequently throughout North America on persuasive communications for attorneys, businesses, and political candidates. Collapse
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