Great Trials Podcast Officially Launches, Featuring Insightful Conversations with America’s Top Trial Lawyers
PRESS RELEASE — January 9, 2019
Savannah GA, USA—The Great Trials Podcast, an exciting new legal podcast, officially debuted on Jan. 1, 2019, bringing insightful weekly interviews with America’s top trial lawyers to Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Google Play. The podcast is co-hosted by Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey, two award-winning trial lawyers.
The Great Trials Podcast features in-depth conversations with leading trial attorneys from across the country, who discuss the courtroom strategies that helped them win landmark cases. Every episode includes one or two lawyers talking about a significant case they successfully tried in front of a judge and jury.
The first podcast episode features legendary trial lawyers Tommy and Adam Malone of Malone Law, discussing a complex birth injury case that resulted in a $16.5 million verdict against negligent medical providers. This father-and-son legal team discuss their trial strategy in the Yamada v. Northside Hospital case, which involved serious injuries and raised important questions about medical malpractice.
Bonus podcast content is also currently available, including a discussion of the overall concept behind the Great Trials Podcast and a two-part series focusing on the various stages of a trial.
Trial lawyers featured in upcoming podcast episodes include Chris Stewart of Stewart, Seay & Felton Trial Attorneys; Randi McGinn of McGinn Montoya Love & Curry, P.A.; Tab Turner of Turner and Associates; Laura Shamp of Shamp Jordan Woodward; Russ Herman of Herman Herman & Katz LLC; John Romano of Romano Law Group; and Brian Panish of Panish Shea & Boyle LLP.
“I’m a huge podcast fan, and it’s been my dream to launch a podcast with a focus on America’s greatest trials,” said podcast co-host and founder Steve Lowry. “A lot of these cases show the importance of the civil jury system and the strength of our trial system. But, at the end of the day, we just enjoy talking to and learning from really great lawyers from all over the country.”
Lowry, a partner at Harris Lowry Manton LLP and two-time inductee in the Georgia Verdicts Hall of Fame, has been honored by the American Association of Justice with the F. Scott Baldwin Award for Most Outstanding Trial Lawyer of the Year and has been recognized twice as a Georgia Super Lawyers Top 100 attorney. He has secured a number of Top 10 jury verdicts in Georgia, including a $43.5 million jury verdict in Terhune v. Forum Group Corp et al., the state’s largest judgment on record against a nursing home facility; a $40 million jury verdict in Jenkins v. Lambert, Georgia’s top jury verdict for 2016; a $40 million jury verdict in Mundy v. Ford Motor Company case, the #1 product liability verdict in 2010; and a $11.5 million verdict in Bilbrey v. United States of America, one of the biggest verdicts ever secured against the United States government.
Godfrey, an associate attorney at Harris Lowry Manton LLP, practices in the areas of product liability, personal injury, wrongful death and whistleblower litigation. Honored as a Georgia Super Lawyer Rising Star, she has played a key role in some of the firm’s biggest trials, including the Sarah Jones wrongful death case, which resulted in a $11.2 million jury verdict and inspired major safety improvements in the film industry. Godfrey currently serves on the Young Alumni Committee for the University of Georgia School of Law and on various committees for the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association.
“It’s been cool to discuss cases that really meant a lot to the trial attorneys or that were different or unusual,” said podcast co-host Yvonne Godfrey. “We’re thrilled to launch our new podcast and look forward to sharing many more episodes with our listeners in the future.”
ABOUT THE GREAT TRIALS PODCAST:
The Great Trials Podcast offers insight into America’s greatest trials, featuring in-depth interviews with top trial lawyers about their strategies in landmark cases. Co-hosted by award-winning trial lawyers by Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey, the podcast is designed to appeal to the legal community as well as the general public. Episodes are posted every Tuesday on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Google Play. For more information, visit www.greattrialspodcast.com or follow the Great Trials Podcast on Facebook at www.facebook.com/greattrialspodcast, Twitter at @greattrials and Instagram at @greattrialspodcast.
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