I took my first course with you in Boston many years ago and remember it as still one of the best conferences I’d ever attended. When I saw this course and that you were personally presenting I knew it would be worth coming from Florida. I was not disappointed. I’ve contacted my attorneys and told them to tell their colleagues I’m honing my craft and to send me cases!
I am tremendously more confident in my expert work thanks to your input, books, seminars and materials. Retaining counsel often give compliments on my reports and discussions, and I tell them I learned it all at SEAK.
I got another call yesterday from your database. Listing with you guys is possibly the most successful thing that I have ever done for marketing. Keep up the good work.
“I am working on a Federal case and wanted to thank you and all the folks @SEAK for the knowledge gained in your course. I am working w/ several Ass’t US attorneys (AUSAs) that I have worked with in the past and they have noticed the difference. I am scheduled to be deposed tomorrow at the AUSAs’ office – not mine, I told them! They held a mock “grilling” on Friday and the conclusion was, “We beat you severely about the ‘head and face’, much worse than the plaintiff’s attorney will and you handled it just fine!” As the questions came, I continually remembered the principles SEAK taught – hear the whole question, make sure you understand it, answer only that question, answer only what you’re an expert in, etc. We’ll see how I do tom’w during the real thing. So I thought it would only be right to thank your group for the lessons learned. (Yes, you may use this in a “promo’).”
“I look forward to seeing you at your fall meeting. Thank you once more.”
“You and your company should be commended on presenting an educational and enjoyable program. It was first rate in every respect and certainly of great use as I go forward.”
“If a 3-pointer in basketball goes “swish,” what sound does trial testimony make when opposing counsel sputters and gets sarcastic? [Case] trial testimony went very strongly. Opposing made no headway, frustrated. After the cross-exam, neither counsel had further questions. A juror submitted a paper with questions to the judge. Both counsel approach and whisper with the judge for 10-minutes, I’m still on the stand. Then the judge dismisses counsel, turns to me and asks 3 open-ended questions that I respond to with detailed teaching explanations. Opposing kept objecting, judge said he wanted the jurors to hear the answers. Thank you both for sharing your expertise to make this type of day possible.”
“Your help was great; prep was very useful; After the depo, the retaining attorney talked to me for a while and said that it went real good and commented on my memory and organization; there were no errors or “clean up” issues after the depo. Thanks again; it is money well spent.”
“I have attended two SEAK conferences in the past year. Since I attended my first SEAK conference, my forensic expert witness business has tripled because of what I learned. I find the SEAK conference(s) to be my best source information and the most important conference that I attend to actually help me improve my product and be able to promote my business.”
“I wanted to circle back with you. I finally went on the stand beginning April 1 and carried over to the second day on Friday April 3. With your help I felt very prepared and was able to articulate my opinion very well. The crossing attorney did not seem very strong to me and did not seem as though he really understood what he was asking me, which made it fairly easy. It was a good one to start out with for me but certainly not too challenging. My attorneys felt I did an excellent job up there and controlled the attorney and line of questioning extremely well. I appreciate your beating me up and helping me fine tune my opinion and articulation of such. I will be able to use your methods going forward to help when I have a difficult crossing attorney.” – One-on-One Training Client Prepped for Important Deposition