Polarizing the Case - Exposing and Defeating the Defence's Malingering Myth
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January 12, 2017
Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
Rick Friedman has changed the way thousands of plaintiff’s lawyers try their cases. In the process, he established himself as one of the nation’s leading tacticians in the battle for civil justice. With Polarizing the Case, Rick Friedman teaches us not to fear allegations or insinuations that our client is malingering or exaggerating injuries. Instead he provides, in his own words, “a guidebook for wrapping the malingering defense around the defense lawyer’s neck and strangling him with it.”
In this Webinar, Rick Friedman will provide a 20 minute presentation of the strategies that plaintiff's counsel can use to build their case and diffuse malingering defences. The remaining portion of the Webinar is open to one-on-one questions and answers with Rick Friedman. Have your case files at hand to get an unprecedented opportunity to receive guidance and mentoring from Rick Friedman.
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