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Alfred A. Arraj Courthouse Jury Assembly Room
901 19th Street, Denver
Mindy Sooter and John Walsh provide practice pointers for explaining complex issues to juries. Collectively, Mindy and John have tried dozens of cases to verdict. Mindy brings experience in patent jury trials involving a range of technologies including electronic motors, software, telecommunications, and semiconductors. John brings experience involving complex claims on topics ranging from antitrust conspiracy to bank fraud, employment compensation/trade secret theft, environmental claims, product liability and securities market manipulation. John and Mindy will describe techniques and tactics for breaking down and teaching complex subjects such as these to juries in an effective manner, even under the hectic and compressed schedule of trial. Topics will include identifying themes, focusing and refining the description of the subject matter, as well as using demonstrative exhibits to keep the jury engaged.
2 general CLE credits approved.
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