ORLANDO, Fla., May 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Morgan & Morgan, the nation's largest plaintiffs' law firm, is excited to announce that its renowned litigator Keith Mitnik will be the focus of a new website — www.keithmitnik.com — in which this ace strategist shares his winning systems that simply work – in any case, by any lawyer.
Mitnik, nicknamed "Mitlock" (after the TV lawyer, Matlock), is one of the most respected attorneys in America, with a head-turning list of remarkable verdicts. Through his book, videotapes and seminars, he is a national resource, sharing, teaching and helping attorneys around the country solve the many puzzles of the courtroom, preaching on what he calls, "The Art of Outsmarting — The Fun Part That Sets You Apart."
He serves as Morgan & Morgan's Senior Trial Lawyer, which means all he does is try cases, month after month, assisting his colleagues at the firm when they go to trial. The cases range from tobacco trials and complex business trials to medical malpractice and car crashes. He has spent a lifetime in front of jurors, with justice hanging in the balance.
"Plaintiffs' lawyers share a common bond," Mitnik said. "It is our calling to take a stand against injustice. People pick us to stand up for them when they cannot stand up for themselves against powerful insurance companies and big business bullies."
"We are stronger when we pool our knowledge," he continued. "My role with Morgan & Morgan puts me in a unique position to see trends of the defense and track their tricks. It also lets me invent and test new countermeasures to foil their plans to spoil your case. Over the years, I have developed systems that simply work. Not flashes of inspiration that worked in an individual case, but strategies that can be reproduced and make a difference globally. I relish the opportunity to pass on these difference-makers to others committed to the cause."
In his time with Morgan & Morgan, Mitnik has obtained many massive verdicts. For example, working with one of the firm's managing partners and trial partner, Greg Prysock, to net a $90 million verdict against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company on behalf of the widow of a lifetime smoker in 2010. Last month Mitnik joined forces with partner Matt Morgan to secure an $8 million verdict for a woman who suffered a herniated disc in a car crash.
Mitnik shares his secrets willingly in Don't Eat the Bruises: How to Foil Their Plans to Spoil Your Case. The book, published by TrialGuides, shows how to identify and eliminate juror bias in voir dire, how to give winning openings that swallow whole the defense's opening, then how to stay ahead through the rest of the trial by creating the language of the case and by using nimble cross-examination information management systems — ultimately delivering closing arguments that make it all count.
Last year, he released The Power of Analogy, a DVD that teaches about the untapped power of analogies. He also has an audio recording, Winning at the Beginning, which is designed for listening to in the car. All of these materials are available on the TrialGuides website. Mitnik sees his new website as an opportunity to "pass the torch" to even more plaintiff's attorneys in more places using podcasts, blog posts and online videos.
If you're interested in finding out more about these winning systems developed by one of the best trial attorneys and strategists in the country, visit his site.
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