This term, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider three cases related to securities litigation and enforcement. In a column for the LosAngeles Daily Journal, Alex Romain and Jenna Williams analyze the import of three cases treating a broad range of topics.
In his column on Art of the Trial: Closing Arguments, Brian Hennigan, who is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, shares tips on organizing the content of a closing argument, resisting the urge to rest, and how to avoid making jurors giggle in disbelief.
Moez Kaba is the youngest partner at one of the country’s premier trial boutiques, Hueston Hennigan, a Los Angeles-based shop formed by a group of former Irell & Manella commercial litigation partners. The firm has earned considerable traction in the legal community via some high-stakes and high-profile appointments. Kaba, a co-founder of the firm, reflects both the firm’s approach as well as the cultural and generational shift in the US litigation landscape. In this Q&A with Benchmark’s Michael Rafalowich, he discusses these issues at length.
Hueston Hennigan’s “Art of the Trial” series in the Los Angeles Daily Journal authored by the firm’s partners, continues with a new installment by Moez Kaba. In his column “Art of the Trial: Direct Examination”, Mr. Kaba shares his tips on managing recalcitrant witnesses, translating the technical language of experts, and connecting with a jury — while having fun.
Hueston Hennigan’s “Art of the Trial” series, authored by the firm’s partners and published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, continues with a new chapter by Marshall A. Camp. In “Art of the Trial: Cross-Examination“, Mr. Camp shares his thoughts on the keys to an effective cross-examination.
Hueston Hennigan’s “Art of the Trial” series, authored by the firm’s partners and published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, continues with a new chapter by Douglas Dixon. In “Art of the Trial: Experts”, Mr. Dixon offers considerations for selecting the witnesses charged with converting technical and scientific data into a compelling narrative for jurors — experts.
Hueston Hennigan’s “Art of the Trial” series, authored by the firm’s partners and published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, kicks off with a column by John Hueston, containing his key strategies for creating a compelling opening statement.
A minority of courts say that a consumer class action plaintiff has standing to get injunctive relief to prevent false advertising even though – by virtue of bringing the suit – he must know about the alleged deception and can’t be harmed by it a second time.
A recent large survey of corporate counsel showed that the number one worry facing in-house counsel are class actions. In the face of conflicting district court decisions, successfully crafting a class action defense strategy in California can be a challenge. In this Law360 Expert Analysis, two members of Hueston Hennigan’s class action defense practice, Steven Feldman and John Snow, provide a roadmap.