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The Trial Lawyer Podcast

Gabriel White, Dani Cepernich and Scott Powers

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Gabriel White, Dani Cepernich and Scott Powers

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This podcast will discuss issues relating to trial law, the legal system, the public's perception of lawyers.

Latest Episodes

The Case of the Vanishing Jury Trial

It seems like every year the number of civil jury trials seems to be diminishing. In this episode, Scott, Dan and I explore some of the reasons why this is happening and what the ramifications are for justice in America.

25 MINMAY 24
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The Case of the Vanishing Jury Trial

Reviewing The Practice

Dan and I discuss the strengths and weaknesses (mostly strengths) of the legal drama "The Practice". Enjoy!

29 MINAPR 23
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Reviewing The Practice

Our Response to the Muller Report

Is everything as black and white as it seems? According to Gabe, yes, of course it is. If the only way you avoid obstruction of justice charges is because your aides refuse to follow your instructions, that is a pretty clear summary of the state of the presidency. However, Dan and Scott have a different perspective, and will try and convince me that things may not be as sinister as they seem.

51 MINAPR 23
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Our Response to the Muller Report

Episode 31: Proposed Updates to the Rules of Ethics and Civility in Utah

A discussion of some of the rules of ethics and civility that govern lawyers in Utah and ideas on how to make them better.

81 MINAPR 10
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Episode 31: Proposed Updates to the Rules of Ethics and Civility in Utah

Episode 30: Standing For The Defense - The Utah Defense Lawyers Association

54 MINMAR 26
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Episode 30: Standing For The Defense - The Utah Defense Lawyers Association

Episode 29: Marginally Tax Related: Does a Tax on Legal Services Hurt Access to Justice?

The Utah Legislature recently considered a tax on services that would have forced law firms to charge their clients essentially "sales tax" on every bill. Will this cause more people to represent themselves in court? Is this essentially a tax on asserting your rights under the law? Do the lessons of great films of the nineties have anything to teach us about this topic? Come find out.

46 MINMAR 15
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Episode 29: Marginally Tax Related: Does a Tax on Legal Services Hurt Access to Justice?

Episode 28: Reviewing "12 Angry Men" and the Importance of the Right to Trial by Jury

Many people don't realize the importance of the right to trial by jury. However, in many ways, it is a more important protection of liberty than the right to vote. The movie "12 Angry Men" gives us a good example of this principle, and therefore we are reviewing it this week.

32 MINMAR 12
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Episode 28: Reviewing "12 Angry Men" and the Importance of the Right to Trial by Jury

Episode 27: "Is this being recorded?" Surreptitious Recording of Phone Calls by Attorneys

Have you ever spoken with a witness on the phone, only to hear a completely different statement come out of their mouths when they testify at depositions, or when they say something at mediation? Wouldn't you love to be able to have that first conversation on tape? Today we discuss the rules and regulations governing secret recording of telephone calls by attorneys.

37 MINFEB 27
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Episode 27: "Is this being recorded?" Surreptitious Recording of Phone Calls by Attorneys

Episode 26: Our Thoughts on John Grisham's The Rainmaker

Scott, Dan and I dissect the intricate points of the Rainmaker from the perspective of three lawyers who go to battle for or against big insurance companies every day.

26 MINFEB 5
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Episode 26: Our Thoughts on John Grisham's The Rainmaker

Episode 25: Advanced Topics in Openings and Closings

Trial law has as much art to it as science. It is an exercise in competitive storytelling, and whichever side is able to tell their client's story in the most persuasive, engaging and understandable way will often win the day. In this episode, we talk about some ways to accomplish those goals.

46 MINJAN 29
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Episode 25: Advanced Topics in Openings and Closings

Latest Episodes

The Case of the Vanishing Jury Trial

It seems like every year the number of civil jury trials seems to be diminishing. In this episode, Scott, Dan and I explore some of the reasons why this is happening and what the ramifications are for justice in America.

25 MINMAY 24
Comments
The Case of the Vanishing Jury Trial

Reviewing The Practice

Dan and I discuss the strengths and weaknesses (mostly strengths) of the legal drama "The Practice". Enjoy!

29 MINAPR 23
Comments
Reviewing The Practice

Our Response to the Muller Report

Is everything as black and white as it seems? According to Gabe, yes, of course it is. If the only way you avoid obstruction of justice charges is because your aides refuse to follow your instructions, that is a pretty clear summary of the state of the presidency. However, Dan and Scott have a different perspective, and will try and convince me that things may not be as sinister as they seem.

51 MINAPR 23
Comments
Our Response to the Muller Report

Episode 31: Proposed Updates to the Rules of Ethics and Civility in Utah

A discussion of some of the rules of ethics and civility that govern lawyers in Utah and ideas on how to make them better.

81 MINAPR 10
Comments
Episode 31: Proposed Updates to the Rules of Ethics and Civility in Utah

Episode 30: Standing For The Defense - The Utah Defense Lawyers Association

54 MINMAR 26
Comments
Episode 30: Standing For The Defense - The Utah Defense Lawyers Association

Episode 29: Marginally Tax Related: Does a Tax on Legal Services Hurt Access to Justice?

The Utah Legislature recently considered a tax on services that would have forced law firms to charge their clients essentially "sales tax" on every bill. Will this cause more people to represent themselves in court? Is this essentially a tax on asserting your rights under the law? Do the lessons of great films of the nineties have anything to teach us about this topic? Come find out.

46 MINMAR 15
Comments
Episode 29: Marginally Tax Related: Does a Tax on Legal Services Hurt Access to Justice?

Episode 28: Reviewing "12 Angry Men" and the Importance of the Right to Trial by Jury

Many people don't realize the importance of the right to trial by jury. However, in many ways, it is a more important protection of liberty than the right to vote. The movie "12 Angry Men" gives us a good example of this principle, and therefore we are reviewing it this week.

32 MINMAR 12
Comments
Episode 28: Reviewing "12 Angry Men" and the Importance of the Right to Trial by Jury

Episode 27: "Is this being recorded?" Surreptitious Recording of Phone Calls by Attorneys

Have you ever spoken with a witness on the phone, only to hear a completely different statement come out of their mouths when they testify at depositions, or when they say something at mediation? Wouldn't you love to be able to have that first conversation on tape? Today we discuss the rules and regulations governing secret recording of telephone calls by attorneys.

37 MINFEB 27
Comments
Episode 27: "Is this being recorded?" Surreptitious Recording of Phone Calls by Attorneys

Episode 26: Our Thoughts on John Grisham's The Rainmaker

Scott, Dan and I dissect the intricate points of the Rainmaker from the perspective of three lawyers who go to battle for or against big insurance companies every day.

26 MINFEB 5
Comments
Episode 26: Our Thoughts on John Grisham's The Rainmaker

Episode 25: Advanced Topics in Openings and Closings

Trial law has as much art to it as science. It is an exercise in competitive storytelling, and whichever side is able to tell their client's story in the most persuasive, engaging and understandable way will often win the day. In this episode, we talk about some ways to accomplish those goals.

46 MINJAN 29
Comments
Episode 25: Advanced Topics in Openings and Closings