Kobre & Kim Hosts Third Annual Center for Trial Advocacy Event
September 10, 2013
Publication: The National Law Journal
On September 10, 2013, Kobre & Kim’s Center for Trial Advocacy (CTA) held its third annual trial advocacy program, highlighting nationally recognized trial lawyers Dan Webb of Winston & Strawn LLP and Matt Menchel of Kobre & Kim.
Sponsored by The National Law Journal, the live seminar and webinar featured a live cross-examination by Mr. Webb during which he demonstrated particular lines of questioning that skillfully and effectively challenged the expert witness’ theories and credentials.
The demonstration was followed by an analysis from Mr. Menchel, the director of the CTA, during which he provided viewers with valuable techniques and tips to consider when conducting a cross-examination of a hostile witness. At the end of the program, Mr. Menchel also held a dynamic Q&A session with Mr. Webb, during which attendees shared insightful tips from their own extensive trial experience.
This program was recorded by The National Law Journal and is available on demand here.
About the CTA:
Kobre & Kim’s CTA holds annual seminars and webinars inviting the profession’s most respected trial lawyers to participate in conducting mock opening statements, direct and cross examinations, and closing arguments.
The CTA is dedicated to supporting the study and practice of trial advocacy and is aimed at bringing together experienced trial lawyers and providing a forum to exchange ideas and best practices. The annual programs comprise the top trial lawyers in the nation and are specifically tailored for experienced trial lawyers to prepare for the obstacles they may face throughout all phases of a trial.
Previous CTA programs have featured industry leading litigators including Roy Black of Black, Srebnick, Kornspan & Stumpf P.A., who presented a demonstration on closing arguments, and Ben Brafman of Brafman & Associates P.C., who discussed strategies on cross-examining a cooperating witness.
For additional information or to receive a copy of previous programs, please contact CTA@kobrekim.com.