Books and DVDs
Keith Mitnik has shared his tips for success in the courtroom through a number of works, in the hopes that other plaintiffs’ trial attorneys will better be able to represent their clients:
Mitnik’s Trial Methods provides a plethora of cutting-edge insights and tactics you can begin immediately adopting in your next case. Mr. Mitnik discusses cross-examination, voir dire, opening statement, closing argument, information management, and damages models that will help you confidently seek maximum justice for your clients.
Obtaining Large Verdicts in Disc Injury Cases is a DVD that addresses a new method that Mr. Mitnik and Morgan & Morgan use to substantially increase the value of disc injury cases. Their method has proven effective before juries, resulting in multiple million-dollar verdicts in areas where such outcomes would not be expected. Mr. Mitnik addresses getting over the mental hurdle in seeking damages, reconsidering our expectations of claim value based on other lawyers’ outcomes, and the methods he uses during voir dire, opening, cross-examination, and closing to obtain stunning results for his clients. If you handle spine injury cases, this video will empower you to obtain better outcomes for your clients.
Don’t Eat the Bruises, published in Jan. 2016, focuses on how the best plaintiff attorneys beat defense attorneys by going on the offense. Mr. Mitnik shares his theory of “bruising” in jury trials — a popular tactic used by defense attorneys to direct attention from effective arguments by focusing on minor issues. The book covers topics such as creating a great opening argument, coping with jury bias, and other issues that concern both beginning and veteran trial attorneys.
In 2016, Keith Mitnik released The Power of Analogy, a DVD about how stories can be the key to help trial attorneys win cases. In this DVD, Mr. Mitnik shares his secrets of courtroom persuasion, methods for countering defense attorneys, and the best ways to bolster your argument through the use of analogies.
In Winning at the Beginning, a 2-disc CD series, Mr. Mitnik explores some of the most common litigation problems and their solutions, including curtailing jury bias, opening statements, word choice, and confronting defense attorney strategies.