COVID-19 Jury Research Data – 1.00 general credit (CA, FL, IL, PA, TX)
As court systems gradually reopen across the country, and the backlog of jury trials loosens, understanding how juror views have changed during the pandemic will be critically important to trial lawyers and clients. The disruption caused by the pandemic has dramatically altered how jurors think about issues like government oversight, personal and corporate responsibility, risk, fairness and other concepts central to juror deliberations and rendering a verdict.
A presentation covering new research data on changed juror attitudes across the country in the time of the pandemic. Our panelists will discuss the practical impact of this research on jury selection strategies, with a particular emphasis on cases involving financial services, technology and life sciences companies.