We excel at cross examination, both in deposition and at trial.
For many lawyers, a successful cross is to make one or two points and avoid causing more harm than good to their case. But that is not enough to achieve extraordinary results.
We have developed and practiced techniques that maximize the effectiveness of the three key facets of cross examination:
(i) witness control,
(ii) impeachment, and
(iii) argument development.
As a result, we obtain key admissions from adverse parties and experts and damage their credibility when they do not answer straight: