What Will a Civil Jury Trial Look Like When We Reemerge From COVID-19?
The coronavirus pandemic has presented a challenge for our legal system over the past year and keeping Americans safe has been the primary concern for the nation. The closing of our courtrooms during the pandemic has affected thousands of people whose court proceedings have been delayed, and now many people are wondering how we will conduct trials going forward.
During the coming months, it will be important to develop creative and pragmatic ways to address the problems of conducting civil jury trials during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many civil litigants have called with questions about what they can expect. To address some of these issues, Burg Simpson shareholder David P. Hersh, the co-leader of the firm’s Civil Litigation Department, shares his thoughts about civil jury trials in the following three videos:
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Burg Simpson shareholder David P. Hersh is the Co-Practice Group Leader of the Commercial Litigation Department. He is admitted to practice before the United States, Colorado, and Wyoming Supreme Courts, as well as numerous Federal Courts, Mr. Hersh is a highly skilled and experienced attorney who excels both inside and outside the courtroom. He expertly handles all aspects of litigation through his creative problem solving, persuasive communication, and outstanding analytical skills. He believes that the benchmark of his success comes from his passion for the law and steadfast mission to be the best advocate possible for his clients. Consistently recognized by his peers, Mr. Hersh has been selected by Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers in America, The National Trial Lawyers, 5280 Colorado Top Lawyers, Law Week Colorado’s Barrister’s Best, and the American Board of Trial Advocates. In 2015, David P. Hersh also attained the “Top Ten” status by Colorado Super Lawyers and is one of only 15 Colorado attorneys who has received this distinction.