Complex Litigation

PowerPoints and Other Persuasion Tools

, New York Law Journal

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Complex Litigation columnist Michael Hoenig discusses the recent Court of Appeals holdings on jury presentations, writing that the boundary lines drawn by the court are broad enough so they don't stifle or handcuff lawyer creativity but they are sufficiently admonitory to put trial counsel and judges on notice that prejudice must be avoided and, if unfairness seeps into the case, it must be cured promptly and effectively.

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