“The Jury Thinks What?” Podcast #1 – Trying the Deliberate and Quick Case w/ Tad Thomas

Published on Aug 4, 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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The first episode of the “The Jury Thinks What?” podcast has host Saul Gruber interviewing nationally renowned trial attorney Tad Thomas, with offices in Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois, and now Missouri, speaking about his approaches towards running a jaw office and preparing for trials in multiple jurisdictions.

Tad will discuss his ideas of a rapid or quick trial and how important (and sometimes difficult) it is to be deliberate and specific at trial. Tad will also share some thoughts of Voir Dire and the importance of obtaining the jury panel information prior to trial if possible. Tad and Saul will discuss the use of limited surveys in specific areas regarding buzz words and issues to help frame themes and fill evidence gaps during upcoming trials. Saul Gruber will also add in a nursing home litigation tip, as well as a song quote which may help you advance your story to the jury.

To learn more about Tad and Thomas Law Offices, please visit: https://www.thomaslawoffices.com/.