Refine Your Techniques With Insights From Veteran Litigators
Do you sometimes find difficult witnesses slipping from your control during depositions? Have you ever gotten an inaccurate read on prospective jurors during jury selection? Are you taking advantage of all opportunities to get your exhibits into evidence and keep the opposing party's out? Our seasoned faculty will share their time-tested litigation tips and techniques so you can refine your own and overcome key challenges with success. Achieve better case results with these advanced litigation strategies and skills - register today!
Reveal powerful questioning techniques you can utilize during your next deposition or cross-examination.
Discover ways to get even more value out of expert witnesses.
Find out how to ensure dirty litigation tactics backfire on opposing counsel.
Overcome key challenges to getting electronic evidence, hearsay statements, and other tricky evidence admitted.
Learn how to draw out jurors' hidden biases and attitudes more effectively.
Creative Questioning Techniques: Depositions and Cross-Examination
Hearsay, Social Media, Texts, Business Records, and More - in the Trenches!
Negotiating to Win: Advanced Negotiation Techniques for Litigators
Turning the Tables: Tips for Combatting Dirty Litigation Tactics
11 Expert Insights Into Winning the Battle of the Experts
Voir Dire and Jury Selection: Insights From the Pros
Andrew L. Crabtree is the principal of the Law Offices of Andrew L. Crabtree, P.C., where his firm focuses on transactional and litigated real estate, landlord-tenant, construction, and general commercial business matters. Mr. Crabtree has a broad background in residential condominium development and sales; in commercial leasing; and represents commercial owners, developers, purchasers and tenants, including a national franchise chain, in commercial leasing, and landlord and tenant matters. He represents businesses and individuals in federal and state trial courts, as well as in arbitrations and before administrative tribunals, involving commercial disputes, constitutional claims, partnership and shareholder disputes, breach of contract claims, business torts, unfair competition, employment claims, trade secrets, and intellectual property cases. Mr. Crabtree also represents contractors, owners, developers, design professionals municipalities and state agencies relating to public and private construction and development projects, mechanics' liens, commercial lease disputes, and landlord-tenant matters. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, and the Suffolk County Bar Association. Mr. Crabtree earned his B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from the State University of New York at Albany and his J.D. degree from Fordham University Law School.
Daniel L. Goodkin is a founding partner of Goodkin & Lynch, LLP. He is a real estate and construction litigator and trial lawyer who has litigated and tried all types of real estate cases including landlord-tenant, real estate finance, partnership, construction, homeowner association, and broker disputes. Mr. Goodkin currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Real Estate Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and was previously chair of the Construction Subsection for two years. In addition to litigation, he focuses on managing all risks naturally arising from contracts used during the real estate and construction process in an attempt to avoid litigation for his clients. Mr. Goodkin is currently focusing on construction defect litigation including new claims associated with the California Legislature's passage of the right to repair law otherwise known as SB800. He earned his B.A. degree from Claremont Men's College and the University of California, Los Angeles and his J.D. degree from Loyola Marymount University.
William L. Kuzmin is a member with Cohen Placitella & Roth P.C., in Red Bank, New Jersey. He focuses his work on representing those injured through mass tort, with a specialty in asbestos related disease, medical malpractice, and catastrophic incident personal injury. A member of the New Jersey State and Pennsylvania bar associations, Mr. Kuzmin has actively litigated matters venued in state and federal court in those jurisdictions, obtaining numerous positive outcomes for his clients. He has served as lead counsel on several mass tort cases in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. An active participant in the courtroom, Mr. Kuzmin is experienced in all facets of trial practice, including pre-trial preparation, voir dire, and direct and cross-examination of witnesses. He is a member of the American Association of Justice and New Jersey Association of Justice. Mr. Kuzmin earned his B.A. degree from Rutgers University and his J.D. degree from the Rutgers University School of Law-Newark.
Arthur L. Raynes is a partner with Wiley Malehorn Sirota & Raynes, where he has been practicing since 1982, first as an associate and then as a partner. Mr. Raynes heads the firm's litigation practice and has tried cases in state and federal courts throughout New Jersey and in other states as well. For more than ten years, he has been named a Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers magazine. For several years, Mr. Raynes was selected one of New Jersey's Top 100 Lawyers. He represents employees and employers in all kinds of employment disputes. Mr. Raynes also handles commercial and general litigation matters. His successful defense of First Morris Bank against employment discrimination charges was covered in its entirety on Court TV. Mr. Raynes serves on the Civil Practice Committee of the Morris County Bar Association and was the chair of the Employment Law Committee. He has lectured on employment law, commercial law, and trial practice. Mr. Raynes graduated from Rutgers College, with honors, and he earned his J.D. degree, with honors, from the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C.
We use this information in order to improve and customize your browsing experience,
in addition to improving our internal analytics and metrics about our visitors.