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2001 Trial: New Juror Attitudes, New Judicial Trends and New Techniques


Date: 10/19/2001

TRIAL: New Juror Attitudes, New Judicial Trends & New Techniques
Friday, October 19, 2001, The Cornhusker Hotel, Lincoln
Program Chair:  David A. Domina
Speakers' Materials - Table of Contents
Understanding and Reacting to Changes in Jurors' Attitudes and Perceptions

Michael A. Biek, Ph.D., DecisionQuest, New York, New York

Schaefersman V. Agland Coop, 262 Neb. 215  Facing and Overcoming Daubert and Its Progeny

Paul J. Komyatte, Gilbert Frank Ollanik & Komyatte, P.C., Arvada,, Colorado

The Role of Motion Practice in State Civil Litigation
The Application of Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals and Its Progeny In Light of the Nebraska Supreme Court Decision in Schaefersman V. Agland Coop

C.J. Gatz, Gatz, Fitzgerald & Vetter, Norfolk, Nebraska


Roxanne Conlin, Law Offices of Roxanne Conlin & Associates, P.C. Des Moines, Iowa

Daubert in the Federal Courts

The Honorable Richard G. Kopf, Chief Judge, U.S. District Court, Lincoln

Jury Selection in an Urban Setting

David A. Domina, Domina Law, P.C., Omaha, Nebraska

Daubert in the District Courts- A View to the Future

The Honorable F.A. Gossett, Nebraska District Court Judge 8