April 8, 2015
Part 1 Reptile Theory: Science & Use in Discovery

April 8, 2015

2:00 PM – 3:30 PM EST

Faculty:

J. Thaddeus Eckenrode, Esq., Eckenrode- Maupin, St. Louis, MO
Brian D. Gross, Esq., Manion Gaynor & Manning LLP, Boston, MA
Bill Kanasky, Ph.D., Vice President Courtroom Sciences, Inc., Chicago, IL

Overview:

This program will address the growing use of neuro-psychological “Reptile” methods to influence witness’ testimony and jurors’ assessment of case facts. The use of these dangerous techniques by plaintiff attorneys has grown dramatically in recent years, and few solutions exist to confront such neuro-psychological approaches. This presentation discusses the neuro-science behind the “Reptile” methods, assesses moments of case vulnerabilities in the path toward trial, and offers useful methods to prevent the neuro-psychological manipulation of witnesses and jurors. Specifically, the presentation offers guidance to thwart neuro-psych attacks in deposition and trial testimony.



Cost $129

Cost: $129, unlimited listeners from one line. Additional phone lines are $29 each. Includes 1 CLE state per listener (Additional CLE credits $25 each).

CLE Credit: 1.5-1.8 CLE credits, depending on state.

Applications are being made to all CLE states as requested by attendees.

For more information about registration, contact Bethany Corio bcorio@perrinconferences.com


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