John Uustal and his team will reveal the critical decisions that went into accepting and then building a case that settled for $27 million. This is a process you can use in your own cases: how to gather what you need during investigation, how to conceptualize the theory of the case, how to test that theory, how to find and fix weaknesses, and how to develop the new evidence you need.
In this particular case, a grandmother was bathing her granddaughter in the kitchen sink while cooking dinner with a pressure cooker. Disaster struck as she mistakenly dropped the pot on the child (or so she told the police). Suspicious as to the chain of events, police launched an investigation, suspecting child abuse.
Find out how Uustal and his team discovered a defect in the pressure cooker—a defect that was being covered up in a fascinating conspiracy. That conspiracy was exposed during the litigation, and they did it in a specific way in order to maximize the impact and settlement value.
This seminar will change how you investigate cases, how you work them up, how much you settle for, and more fundamentally, what cases you choose to take.