“The Jury Thinks What?” #4.2 – Tips on Preparing and Framing Your Case for Trial w/ Brendan Lupetin

Published on Nov 9, 2020
“The Jury Thinks What?” podcast discusses everything there is to know about trying cases. From preparing the case before the lawsuit is filed all the way to trial. And most importantly, how to understand what the Jury is thinking.

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Saul Gruber

Saul Gruber was the founding partner of The Gruber Firm in New Jersey and practiced for over 30 years in civil litigation with his primary focus on nursing home neglect and abuse. Saul is a nationally recognized lawyer and lecturer and has conducted se …

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Guest: Brendan Lupetin, Trial Lawyer from Meyers, Evans, Lupetin & Unatin, PIttsuburgh PA

This is Part 2 of the Brendan Show! If you liked Part 1 where Brendan and Saul discussed how Brendan typically prepares his case for trial regarding themes and stories, you will love Part 2! Brendan will discuss his recent jury verdict of $10.83 million in a brain damage medical malpractice case. This trial took place in Pennsylvania during the COVID-19 pandemic. Brendan will discuss voir dire, how jury selection took place, the entire trial, and how he felt connecting with both the jury and his witnesses behind a mask. Saul and Brendan will also discuss the type of voir dire questions that were necessary and the type of jurors Brendan encountered. This is a can’t miss for those trying cases in the Pandemic era.

To learn more about Meyers, Evans, Lupetin & Unatin, check out their firm’s site: https://www.meyersmedmal.com