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American Bar Association

The Effective Presentation of Damages in Litigation

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Overview / Abstract:

Learn to enhance your damages presentations by narrowing the differences between expert opinions and using team approaches with experts, clients, counsel and witnesses. This seminar will focus on:

Threshold need determinations
Expert-to-expert interactions
Exclusion of experts
Pre-hearing/trial use of experts
The presentation will provide a unique comparison and contrast regarding the presentation of damages in various venues—trial litigation, traditional arbitration, international arbitration, mediation and other forms of dispute resolution. For litigators and general counsel, one must carefully consider the construct and rules of the venue (as well as the party to whom you are making the presentation) in order to effectively present damages. Even within trial litigation, the considerations of presenting damages between a jury trial and a bench trial can differ significantly. Further, the complexity of the issues, the existence of counterclaims, the specific jurisdiction, and a wide range of other factors should be carefully considered when evaluating what an effective presentation of damages would be.


Sep 11, 2020


Attorney , Paralegal





Credits / Hours

1.50 General CLE Credit Hours

Presenters / Authors / Faculty

Amianna Stovall
Daniel Tan
Marisa Kathryn Perry
Neil Steinkamp
Samuel E McCargo

Sponsors / Supporters / Grant Providers

American Bar Association
Center for Professional Development
Section of Litigation

Keywords / Search Terms

American Bar Association

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