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November 13, 2007

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Ron Miller

Interestingly, David Ball's book on damages says that the opening should have little if any high tech props because you should be focused on telling a story. Of course, Mark Lanier probably used his presentation on Vioxx neatly within the confines of his story. But after reading this, I have left powerpoint out of my openings.

Ron Miller
www.marylandinjurylawyerblog.com

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