I have been writing on this blog about how Dallas County juries have shifted over the years from pro-defense to pro-plaintiff, or at least to a point where most prospective jurors in Dallas County don’t necessarily consider lawsuits a bad thing.  In the era of tort reform, this attitude among prospective jurors in Dallas

Previously I posted about Dallas County juries here and hereLast week a federal jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $1.041 billion to six plaintiffs who received defectively-designed hip implants.   Of the total verdict, $32 million was for compensatory damages, and the rest was for punitive damages. The federal jury that ordered Johnson

Baseball is at its greatest in October.  In baseball, statistics rule.  People analyze stats to predict the future.  Just about everyone accepts that a hitter is valued by the hitter’s batting average.  A hitter’s batting average is the number of hits divided by the number of at-bats. That’s easy enough, but it gets a little

According to Bloom Strategic Consulting, Dallas County juries distrust corporate America, believe that litigation is an effective way to police corporate abuse, and in general agree that juries award the right amount of damages.

Yesterday I came across this report published by Bloom Strategic Consulting, which I found fascinating.   Bloom asked approximately 1,000 prospective