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2019 Annual Seminar Materials

MAJ ANNUAL Seminar
Digital Recordings & Materials

Professionally recorded by Hanson Renaissance Court Reporting & Video at an MAJ Seminar conducted on May 10th, 2019


ADVOCACY TRACK
Moderator: Steven Gursten, Michigan Auto Law, Farmington Hlls

  • The Psychology of Winning Jury Trials – Using Decision- Making and Psychological Principals to Persuade – David Wenner, AZ
  • Win Every Time: The Code - Robert Collins, TX
  • Sequencing and Order of Evidence and Key Witnesses - Ven Johnson, Detroit
  • Rob Gronkowski and the 82 Year Old Uber Driver - Mark Vogel, MSSC, MAJ Diamond Sponsor Ringler Associates
  • “Understanding Bubba” – Evolving Your Trial Messaging to Reach Today’s Jurors - Kevin Seiferheld, Farmington Hills
  • Spoliation – The Trial Lawyer’s Secret Weapon - Jon Marko, Detroit
  • Lessons Learned From 300 Jury Trials - Rick Block, FL
  • Crushing, Flipping and Co-opting the Defendant’s Expert: Cross-Examination Kill Shots - Morgan Adams, East Coast Office, TN; West Coast Office, Washington State

THE BUSINESS OF RUNNING A LAW PRACTICE TRACK
Moderator: MAJ Vice President Donna MacKenzie, Berkley

  • The Psychology of Winning Jury Trials – Using Decision- Making and Psychological Principals to Persuade – David Wenner, AZ
  • How to Win Clients and Make Them the Best Source of New Business – Communication Skills Expert Laurie Brown, Ferndale
  • Rob Gronkowski and the 82 Year Old Uber Driver - Mark Vogel, MSSC, MAJ Diamond Sponsor Ringler Associates
  • Using Technology to Improve Law Firm Efficiency - Pratheep Sevanthinathan, Troy; Nolan Erickson, Okemos; and Tiffany Ellis, Detroit
  • Marketing for a Litigation Practice - Michele Fuller, Macomb
  • Do You Hire or Adopt? Top Hiring Mistakes Firms Make that Hold Them Back - Michele Fuller, Macomb
  • Time Management for Attorneys - Michele Fuller, Macomb

Comments from Attendees:

“This was a terrific lineup.  It was well worth the investment of time and money to attend."

"I would have, and have, traveled across the country to see Wenner, Adams, Block and Collins speak.  It was a real accomplishment for them to come to Detroit.  As good as last year's advocacy seminar was, this one was even better.  Our local speakers were excellent as well.”