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This program was recorded on November 8, 2018
The course will focus on how to prepare top executives to testify at trial and at deposition. The course will cover key missteps to avoid preparing the executives to testify and key takeaways for successful testimony at trial and during depositions. The course also features video testimony from a trial in federal court to see where executive testimony goes wrong and also how it goes well when the witness is properly prepared.
Stan Gibson is an experienced trial lawyer, who has focused on high-stakes cases involving complicated technology and mission-critical cases in the entertainment industry. He is the Chairman of JMBM’s Patent Litigation Group and the publisher of the Patent Lawyer Blog. The media frequently calls upon Stan to explain the significance of court decisions, and he has been quoted by the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Forbes, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Thompson Reuters, American Lawyer, National Law Journal, ABA Journal, Los Angeles Daily Journal and other publications.
2 General Credits
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- Case Study: WCM v. IPS – patent infringement case
- Damaging Testimony: How testimony from top executive led to willfulness finding and trebling of damages
- Takeaways: How to prepare top executives for deposition and trial testimony