Award-winning trial lawyers, such as Brian Panish interviews other successful lawyers on important strategies that work for them every time. Also in a collaborative approach learn how plaintiff attorneys can share data and other tactics with the help of a data-driven approach.
United States
28 episodes
since Aug. 1, 2018


The procedural history of back and forth he experienced with the Sandy Hook case against the gun industry. What it’s like to grow up in a family and in a law firm with three-generations of lawyers. How he got a 22.5 Million verdict on a retrial.  How he got involved in taking on the gun industry and the challenges he faced. The claims he filed under in order to keep the case in state court.  
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