This webcast will give you the seven steps of how to handle exhibits. You will learn how to integrate exhibits into your direct examination to support your witness and how to use those paper exhibits effectively once they are in evidence. And you will learn the key questions to ask to use photographs and diagrams and how to use those to support and repeat your witness’s testimony.
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John M. Farrell
B.A., Indiana University
J.D., University of Chicago
John Farrell is a principal at Fish & Richardson in its Silicon Valley office. He is a veteran trial attorney who has tried over 150 trial to verdict. His practice is Intellectual Property, both patent cases and Hatch Waxman cases. He has done trials for Gilead, Volcano, Adobe, Power Integrations, Allergan, Cephalon, Nuvasive, Microsoft, SRI International, Asylum Research, and Fresenius Medical Care, among others. In addition to his trial skills, he is often called on to prepare witnesses to testify effectively at trial.
Before joining Fish & Richardson, Mr. Farrell served in the San Francisco District Attorney's Office as a Head Attorney in the Homicide Unit, after serving in Narcotics and General Felonies and as supervisor of the Misdemeanor Trial Unit. He clerked for the Honorable S. Hugh Dillin of the Southern District of Indiana.
Mr. Farrell is a sought after instructor on trial advocacy, deposition skills, and rules of evidence. He directs in house training within Fish & Richardson and serves on the faculty of NITA. He has led in house training programs for law firms throughout the country and is an instructor at the Microsoft Advocacy Academy.
Mr. Farrell has been selected as a 2012 Super Lawyer and a Top Attorney in Intellectual Property Litigation in 2012 and 2011.
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