Clare Burns, Weirfoulds LLP
Kent Thomson, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP
They can be unlikeable, or very likeable; timid, or aggressive; rambling, or tight-lipped. When your witness has a challenging set of personality traits or circumstances, you need to tailor your litigation strategy accordingly.
In the final instalment of our “ Dealing with Difficult People” series, our esteemed faculty will share practical strategies for handling different categories of difficult witnesses. Leading litigators and judges will share their best tips for preparing, leading, and cross-examining difficult witnesses. Find out how you can cultivate trust for a difficult witness during examination-in-chief, control the narrative during cross-examination, and neutralize damaging testimony at your next trial or hearing.
To learn more about the Dealing with Difficult People series, click here.
Registration includes electronic materials, which will be provided prior to the program. Registration also includes access to the live webcast recording for 30 days from the date the link is sent to you.
*Due to current concerns with COVID-19, we will be offering this program fully remotely via webcast only.
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