Complex Trial Team

Complex Trial Team

We resolve many cases before trial, but without a doubt, certain cases will go to a jury. As a trial powerhouse, Tyson & Mendes’ Complex Trial Team represents clients in their highest-risk and most complex courtroom disputes. The team is often “parachuted in” shortly before trial to successfully triage tense, high-stakes litigation. For this reason, we stand out for our superb ability to handle the most complicated, hotly contested trials in the country.

The Complex Trial Team has tried to jury verdict a wide variety of lawsuits, ranging from employment, professional liability, business and accounting fraud, significant real estate disputes, class actions, catastrophic injury, traumatic brain injury, complex regional pain syndrome, and wrongful death. The team also has a successful track record of jury trial experience in large loss cases.

Each member of the Complex Trial Team has received extensive training in the Tyson & Mendes methods for stopping Nuclear Verdicts®, and in turn, they now instruct others. Several members of the team are TM HALO® trial attorneys, parachuting in to work with our clients on their highest risk cases with the greatest potential for Nuclear Verdicts® and deliver justice.

The Complex Trial Team has tried lawsuits against some of the most well-known plaintiff’s attorneys in the country, including Nick Rowley, Gary Dordick, R. Rex Paris, Michael Alder, Rodger Dryer, Casey Geary, Taylor & Ring, and others. The Tyson & Mendes Complex Trial Team tries big cases against big name attorneys – and wins.

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Complex Trial Team Articles:

Rainbow Experiment Leads to $59M for New York High School Student

Author: Randy Faust | February 11, 2022 2:00pm
In a case involving a high school student who was severely burned in a science class experiment gone awry, plaintiff’s counsel portrayed in detail the pain and anguish plaintiff suffered through during his months in hospitals and inpatient care. The jury awarded a record-breaking verdict of $59 million for past and future pain and suffering.  New records are being broken too often with the rise of Nuclear Verdicts™.

California’s Trucking Law Could Increase Exposure to Nuclear Verdicts™

Author: Cynthia Speegle | January 28, 2022 9:00am
The United States Supreme Court refused to hear the case brought by Cal Cartage Transportation Express LLC challenging the appellate court ruling upholding California’s Assembly Bill 5 (“AB5”).  Though AB5’s impact on rideshare companies is often dissected, the law also significantly impacts the trucking industry, and can, without careful planning, expose trucking companies to Nuclear Verdicts™.

Does Acceptance of Responsibility Affect a Jury’s Award?

Author: Sheila Baker | January 28, 2022 9:00am
A nuclear verdict is outrageous and based on fear and anger, not the law.  More Nuclear Verdicts™ are being handed down at a higher rate in every state.  These verdicts threaten unjust outcomes for defendants around the country.  An internet search will produce numerous articles and references to excessive verdicts by California juries, and the question now seems to be how much the next nuclear verdict will be for, not whether there will be another nuclear verdict. 

Shifting Defense Tactics for US Nuclear Verdicts™

January 3, 2022 3:17pm
Law 360 – December 23, 2021 The soaring costs of nuclear verdicts have reached a point where transportation companies, product makers and other defendants are more likely to accept responsibility early, hoping to sway juries with their own suggestions of damage amounts and avoid the headline-grabbing awards that have put some in financial straits.
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