September 29, 2016

Drowning in Complexity

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
Daniel I. Small

Complex trials are an occasional necessary evil, although they are not as occasional as they ought to be, and for the most part they are not all that necessary. Still, they occur. And sometimes, it seems, the last thing the lawyers who try those cases are interested in is the impact on the jurors.

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