Glassman, Wyatt, Tuttle & Cox, P.C. attorney Ronna D. Kinsella contributed the 8th chapter to The Defense Research Institute’s (DRI) recently published book “The Trial Compendium.” “The Trial Compendium” is available for purchase at DRI.org.
Kinsella joined 15 other defense attorneys from across the United States to produce “The Trial Compendium.” The book is considered an indispensable tool for attorneys to assist them in mastering the art of the jury trial. It guides attorneys through each stage of a trial, from the opening stages, through expert discovery, pretrial compliance and, finally, appellate practice. Kinsella’s chapter, “Pretrial,” offers multiple practice tips and checklists for practitioners to assist them in preparing their cases for trial, such as where and when to start pretrial preparations, supplemental disclosures, working with witnesses and experts, and other discovery/pretrial considerations.
“As trial lawyers, this type of in-depth case investigation and preparation is at the heart of what we do,” Kinsella notes. “I have a particular passion and interest in constantly improving that process to better assist my clients in the successful resolution of their matters. I am honored to have been selected to work with the incredibly knowledgeable and talented attorneys of DRI and the Trial Tactics Committee in putting together this book.”
“We are proud of Ronna for her ongoing efforts to help develop practitioners of all ages through the Defense Research Institute,” says Richard Glassman, Senior Shareholder at Glassman, Wyatt, Tuttle & Cox, P.C. “Ronna is a strong advocate for her clients and peers, an attribute that we encourage throughout our firm. Her efforts with ‘The Trial Compendium’ is one example of a commitment to excellence that she displays in every aspect of her practice.”
Ronna D. Kinsella is an attorney with Glassman, Wyatt, Tuttle & Cox, P.C. For more than a decade, Kinsella has assisted individual and corporate clients in the areas of personal injury, wrongful death, products liability, trucking defense, business/commercial litigation, and appellate work. She is an active member of several defense organizations, including DRI, where she was recently selected to serve as Publications Chair for the Professional Liability Committee.
About the Defense Research Institute
The Defense Research Institute (DRI) is a leading organization of defense attorneys, in-house counsel, insurers and corporations comprising over 22,000 members. The Professional Liability Committee is one of 29 substantive committees within DRI and covers all types of professional liability defense, including design professionals, lawyers, accountants, insurance producers, real estate professionals, financial advisors, educators, and other professional service providers. For more information visit: https://www.dri.org/.
About Glassman, Wyatt, Tuttle, & Cox
Glassman, Wyatt, Tuttle & Cox is a boutique law firm engaging in civil trial litigation in courts primarily around the Mid-South, including in Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky and Alabama. The firm is renowned for its ability to handle the most difficult legal situations with targeted and steadfast intensity. With more than 40 years’ experience in trying lawsuits and protecting clients, the firm strives to act as a reliable and trustworthy advocate, protecting clients from legal harm or obtaining that to which they are legally entitled as necessary. For more information visit: http://gwtclaw.com/.