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Live Webcast – November 23, 2020
- 10:00-11:00am PT / 11:00-12:00pm MT / 12:00-1:00pm CT / 1:00-2:00pm ET
This course will provide practical strategies to maximize success at trial. The course will be taught by two consumer protection attorneys who have spent hundreds of hours arguing cases in front of juries. Although consumer protection law will serve as the backbone for this course, the lessons discussed will have useful applications across all practice areas. The course will be helpful for anyone looking for tools and tips to become more effective in trial proceedings.
Our firm’s founder, Michael H. Rosenstein, is passionate about ensuring that consumers possess the foremost legal representation against vehicle manufacturers in lemon law matters. Mr. Rosenstein has successfully represented hundreds of clients throughout the State of California against virtually every vehicle manufacturer. His practice has spanned from San Diego to the Oregon border and virtually every county in between and has included cases against Ford, FCA (Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Fiat, and others), General Motors, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai, Kia, Volkswagen, Land Rover, and most other foreign and domestic auto manufacturers. Mr. Rosenstein’s zealous representation of California consumers has allowed him to earn the respect of his colleagues and adversaries, which results in higher settlements for his clients.
Sepehr Daghighian is a partner with CCA that is well-versed in all aspects of lemon-law litigation. A 2005 graduate of Loyola Law School, Mr. Daghighian has been practicing litigation throughout the state of California for over 13-years. In this time, Mr. Daghighian has advocated on behalf of California consumers in hundreds of lemon law cases throughout our great state. Mr. Daghighian has also successfully tried numerous such cases to verdict in both Federal and State Court.
1 General Credit
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- Developing litigation strategy with an eye towards trial
- Executing effective trial preparation
- Narrowing and focusing the issues with pre-trial motions
- Maximizing your chances of success through jury selection
- Framing your case from the opening statement
- Utilizing effective examination techniques
- Presenting a compelling closing argument