Janna Nuzum to speak at the FETTI conference October 7 -9 JANNA NUZUM, ESQ.

We are pleased to announce that Janna Nuzum will be speaking at the 2015 FETTI Annual Conference in Chicago, IL.  Janna will begin her presentation on Using U.S. Surgeon General Reports to Bolster Your Case in Smoking Lung Cancer Asbestos Trials at 11:00.m. on October 9th.  Her topics include:  using the reports of the health efforts of smoking to influence jurors, evidentiary basis for, and strategic advantage of, using Surgeon General Reports, key sound bits and scientific demonstratives to use at trial.

 
Janna M. Nuzum is a partner and National Trial Counsel based in McGivney & Kluger’s Fort Lauderdale, Florida office. Ms. Nuzum has dedicated her legal career to the defense of corporate clients in courtrooms across the nation. A tenacious trial attorney, she has extensive experience in the defense of product liability, class action, toxic tort and mass tort cases. She has served clients in the asbestos, tobacco, coal, chemical, pharmaceutical, petroleum, heavy machinery, medical device and hospitality industries. Ms. Nuzum also has significant litigation experience ranging from complex commercial litigation to insurance defense matters to First Amendment cases. 
 
Ms. Nuzum is experienced in "bet the company" litigation and served for over seven years on the national trial team for R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. She has also served as national coordinating counsel, as well as regional and local counsel, on a wide variety of matters in West Virginia, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, Delaware, Illinois, South Carolina, California and Florida. 
 
As a former in-house counsel, she understands that every client has a different objective for its litigation. With that perspective, Ms. Nuzum uses her background in crisis communications, policy and public affairs, combined with her legal acumen to create innovative and individually tailored legal strategies to help clients achieve success in the courtroom, as well as in the court of public opinion.