Trial Alchemy™ Podcast: Discussing Damages in Final Argument

Uncategorized May 21, 2024

In Podcast #9 of Trial Alchemy™, I interviewed ABOTA member and outstanding plaintiff lawyer Bill Shapiro. who will be the 2026 National President of the American Board of Trial Advocates. 

Click on the video above to hear Bill talk about how to discuss non-economic damages in your closing argument. 
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Monty A. McIntyre, Esq.
Mediator, Arbitrator & Referee at ADR Services, Inc.
Master Lawyer Mentoring™: Trial training & associate training
Podcaster: Trial Alchemy
Publisher: California Case Summaries™
CA Civil Trial Attorney Since 1980
ABOTA Member Since 1995
Past President San Diego County Bar Assn., SD ABOTA Chapter
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