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Nation’s 1st Keyless Ignition Carbon Monoxide Death Lawsuit Heads To Trial, CVN To Webcast Live

Jan 24, 2020

The first products liability trial over claims keyless ignitions can potentially leave cars running and flood homes with deadly carbon monoxide gas begins February 3 in Nevada state court.

Jury Deadlock Leads to Mistrial in Case Against RJR Over WWII Vet's Cancer Death

Jan 24, 2020

A Florida state court judge declared a mistrial Friday afternoon after jurors announced themselves deadlocked in a case against R.J. Reynolds over the cancer death of a World War II vet.


Johnson & Johnson CEO To Testify Live For First Time In A Cosmetic Talc Trial On Monday

Jan 24, 2020

J&J CEO Alex Gorsky takes the stand Monday in a New Jersey state courtroom for the first time in a cosmetic talc trial.


|VIDEO| How Cale Conley's Dose of Humor During Cross Helped Key $6M Med Mal Verdict

Jan 24, 2020

Risk-benefit analysis is a common defense in medical malpractice cases, with the defense often concentrating on the low likelihood of potential complications to justify a doctor’s decisions. During cross-examination of a seven-figure med mal trial, however, Cale Conley used humor and a hypothetical alligator in an elevator to upend a risk-benefit contention.

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Jury Deadlock Leads to Mistrial in Case Against RJR Over WWII Vet's Cancer Death

Jan 24, 2020

A Florida state court judge declared a mistrial Friday afternoon after jurors announced themselves deadlocked in a case against R.J. Reynolds over the cancer death of a World War II vet.


$0 Punitive Award Follows $2.5M Verdict Against Philip Morris at Trial Over Smoker's Fatal Lung Cancer

Jan 17, 2020

Jurors handed down a $2.5 million verdict Thursday against Philip Morris for the role they found the company played in a 41-year-old smoker’s cancer death, but awarded no punitives after a second phase Friday afternoon.


Cigarette Design Cost Former Marine His Voice Box, Attorney Claims as Trial Begins Against Philip Morris

Jan 16, 2020

Defective cigarette design hooked a former law enforcement officer to cigarettes and ultimately cost him his voice box, an attorney for the man said Monday as trial opened against Philip Morris.


Trial Opens Against RJR Over WWII Vet's Cancer Death After Half-Century of Smoking

Jan 15, 2020

Jurors heard arguments last week over what caused the cancer death of a World War II vet who smoked for more than half a century, as trial opened against R.J. Reynolds.

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|VIDEO| How Cale Conley's Dose of Humor During Cross Helped Key $6M Med Mal Verdict

Jan 24, 2020

Risk-benefit analysis is a common defense in medical malpractice cases, with the defense often concentrating on the low likelihood of potential complications to justify a doctor’s decisions. During cross-examination of a seven-figure med mal trial, however, Cale Conley used humor and a hypothetical alligator in an elevator to upend a risk-benefit contention.


UPDATE: Crash Case Involving Alleged Brake Failure Settles Days Before Trial

Jan 17, 2020

Trial is set to begin next week over a two-car crash that a Georgia man says left him with  long-term neck and back injuries.


CVN's Top 10 Most Impressive Defense Verdicts of 2019

Jan 10, 2020

Following up on our recent list of top 10 most impressive plaintiff verdicts of 2019, Courtroom View Network is excited to roll out our list of the most impressive defense verdicts we covered last year.


CVN Georgia's Plaintiff's Attorney of 2019 Made Headlines With High-Profile Verdicts

Jan 10, 2020

Many of Georgia’s best attorneys faced off in trials around the state last year, with CVN covering the events gavel-to-gavel. And our Georgia Plaintiff’s Attorney of 2019 earned the title with two major verdicts in front of our cameras. 

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Jury Deadlock Leads to Mistrial in Case Against RJR Over WWII Vet's Cancer Death

Jan 24, 2020

A Florida state court judge declared a mistrial Friday afternoon after jurors announced themselves deadlocked in a case against R.J. Reynolds over the cancer death of a World War II vet.


$0 Punitive Award Follows $2.5M Verdict Against Philip Morris at Trial Over Smoker's Fatal Lung Cancer

Jan 17, 2020

Jurors handed down a $2.5 million verdict Thursday against Philip Morris for the role they found the company played in a 41-year-old smoker’s cancer death, but awarded no punitives after a second phase Friday afternoon.


Cigarette Design Cost Former Marine His Voice Box, Attorney Claims as Trial Begins Against Philip Morris

Jan 16, 2020

Defective cigarette design hooked a former law enforcement officer to cigarettes and ultimately cost him his voice box, an attorney for the man said Monday as trial opened against Philip Morris.


Trial Opens Against RJR Over WWII Vet's Cancer Death After Half-Century of Smoking

Jan 15, 2020

Jurors heard arguments last week over what caused the cancer death of a World War II vet who smoked for more than half a century, as trial opened against R.J. Reynolds.

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