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Complex Trial Team

We resolve many cases before trial, but without a doubt, certain cases will go before 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. Mina Miserlis is the Chair of Complex Trials.

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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I Registered the Term Nuclear Verdicts®. Here’s Why.

August 10, 2022 3:09pm
Carrier Management – August 10, 2022 Plaintiffs’ California dreamin’ became a reality when a Los Angeles jury went nuclear with a verdict of $464.6 million after an eight-week trial in June. The verdict included $24.6 million in compensatory damages and a staggering $440 million in punitive damages...

Viewpoint: Jury Blasts Defense with a $464.5 Million Nuclear Verdict

August 8, 2022 4:39pm
Claims Journal – August 1, 2022 Plaintiffs’ California dreamin’ became a reality when a Los Angeles jury went nuclear with a verdict of $464.6 million after an eight-week trial in June. The verdict included $24.6 million in compensatory damages and a staggering $440 million in punitive damages...

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The Power of Inciting Juror Anger

Author: Elham Azimy | October 14, 2022 12:02pm
A jury in Riverside County returned a verdict of $150 million in a recent case where an employee gas turbine technician, Daniel Collins, was killed after he was struck by a fuel filter cover that blew off the equipment he was working on...

Responsibility, Reasonableness, & Common Sense

Author: Derek Earley | October 14, 2022 11:54am
On June 17, 2018, plaintiff was walking in a carpeted hallway towards Auditorium 5 at the AMC theater in Poway, California when she passed an ADA bathroom which was leaking water.[i]  Plaintiff slipped and fell forward, landing on her outstretched hands as she stepped off the...
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