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Background Information

Employment History

Esquire


Teacher

National Institute for Trial Advocacy


Professorial Lecturer In the Law

George Washington University


Affiliations

Trial Run Inc.

Founder


Education

University of Notre Dame


University of Virginia School of Law


B.A.

University of Notre Dame


J.D.

University of Virginia


J.D.

University of Virginia School of Law


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Trial Run Inc.

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Trial Run Inc. > The Trial Run Team > David Malone
David M. Malone David Malone is a Principal of Trial Run Inc., a litigation consulting and trial training firm with offices in Chicago, Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C. Mr. Malone was a federal prosecutor for 15 years handling lengthy and complex antitrust and consumer cases involving extensive preparation in both direct and cross-examination of expert witnesses. He is a nationally recognized expert on the preparation and examination of expert witnesses. After his government service, Mr. Malone entered private practice in Washington, D.C. and became the head of the litigation department of a Washington law firm where he handled both the plaintiff and defense side of antitrust matters, product liability suits, RICO claims, professional and corporate officer malpractice and suits for corporate control. Mr. Malone has taught hundreds of advanced and basic trial advocacy, expert witness, deposition and other trial-related programs across the United States, in England and Russia. He has taught for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, the American Bar Association, the State Department, private corporations, law firms, and for federal and state agencies. He has been a Professorial Lecturer in the Law at George Washington University School of Law and an Adjunct Professor of Trial Advocacy at the University of Virginia Law School. Mr. Malone is the author of many texts and handbooks for practitioners including The Effective Deposition, a widely used text on deposition practice and procedure, Expert Rules, Deposition Rules, Winning Depositions and Winning with Experts, and a new book entitled, Effective Expert Testimony. Among numerous articles on trial practice, he has written "The Zodiac Expert: Reliability After Kumho Tire," "Why Most Deposition Preparation Fails," and "Persuasive Expert Testimony. "The Daubert Deposition Dance" examines changes in deposition practice necessitated by Daubert reliability inquiries. A recent law review article analyzes whether accounting and economic experts on damages can survive Daubert reliability challenges. Mr. Malone is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and earned his J.D. from the University of Virginia. He is a member of the Virginia, D.C. and Maryland federal and state bars, the Bar of The Supreme Court of the United States, and various federal district court and circuit court bars across the country.


Trial Run Inc. | David M. Malone

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Trial Run Inc. > Our Team >David M. Malone> Download Bio
David M. Malone Dave combines his extensive experience with challenging cases and decades of teaching litigation skills to provide instruction dedicated to helping lawyers be the best advocates they can be. Dave was a federal prosecutor for 15 years handling lengthy and complex antitrust and consumer cases involving extensive preparation in both direct and cross-examination of expert witnesses. He is a nationally recognized expert on the preparation and examination of expert witnesses. After his government service, Dave entered private practice in Washington, D.C. and became the head of the litigation department of a Washington law firm where he handled both the plaintiff and defense side of antitrust matters, product liability suits, RICO claims, professional and corporate officer malpractice and suits for corporate control. Dave has taught hundreds of advanced and basic trial advocacy, expert witness, deposition and other trial-related programs across the United States, in England and Russia. He has taught for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, the American Bar Association, the State Department, private corporations, law firms, and for federal and state agencies. He has been a Professorial Lecturer in the Law at George Washington University School of Law and an Adjunct Professor of Trial Advocacy at the University of Virginia Law School. Dave is the author of many texts and handbooks for practitioners including The Effective Deposition, a widely used text on deposition practice and procedure, Expert Rules, Deposition Rules, Winning Depositions and Winning with Experts, and a new book entitled, Effective Expert Testimony. Among numerous articles on trial practice, he has written "The Zodiac Expert: Reliability After Kumho Tire," "Why Most Deposition Preparation Fails," and "Persuasive Expert Testimony. "The Daubert Deposition Dance" examines changes in deposition practice necessitated by Daubert reliability inquiries. A recent law review article analyzes whether accounting and economic experts on damages can survive Daubert reliability challenges. Dave is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and earned his J.D. from the University of Virginia. He is a member of the Virginia, D.C. and Maryland federal and state bars, the Bar of The Supreme Court of the United States, and various federal district court and circuit court bars across the country.


NITA Web Site | Expert Rules: 100 (and more) Points You Need to Know About Expert Witnesses

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David M. Malone is a trial attorney, author, consultant, and teacher who has worked with NITA since 1979.
He is the founding principal of Trial Run Inc., a litigation training and consulting firm. Malone is the author NITA's deposition text, The Effective Deposition; of the companion pocket-sized book, entitled, Deposition Rules; and of NITA's Effective Expert Testimony. Through Trial Run Inc., Malone has written and published a number of other litigation "rule" books, including Daubert Rules and Effective Deposition Defense Rules. Until recently, he was the Program Director and Team Leader for the Washington Advanced Program, which he started, and he has taught in hundreds of other NITA programs. He is a past recipient of NITA's Robert E. Oliphant Award. Malone practiced as a federal prosecutor for seventeen years before entering private practice for thirteen years in complex civil litigation. He has been an Adjunct Professor in Advocacy at the University of Virginia School of Law and at the George Washington University School of Law. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame (B.A.) and the University of Virginia School of Law (J.D.). Further information about Dave Malone's publications, experience and credentials can be found at his web site, www.trialruninc.com.


NITA Web Site | Expert Rules: 100 (and more) Points You Need to Know About Expert Witnesses

www.nita.org [cached]

David M. Malone is a trial attorney, author, consultant, and teacher who has worked with NITA since 1979.
He is the founding principal of Trial Run Inc., a litigation training and consulting firm. Malone is the author NITA's deposition text, The Effective Deposition; of the companion pocket-sized book, entitled, Deposition Rules; and of NITA's Effective Expert Testimony. Through Trial Run Inc., Malone has written and published a number of other litigation "rule" books, including Daubert Rules and Effective Deposition Defense Rules. Until recently, he was the Program Director and Team Leader for the Washington Advanced Program, which he started, and he has taught in hundreds of other NITA programs. He is a past recipient of NITA's Robert E. Oliphant Award. Malone practiced as a federal prosecutor for seventeen years before entering private practice for thirteen years in complex civil litigation. He has been an Adjunct Professor in Advocacy at the University of Virginia School of Law and at the George Washington University School of Law. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame (B.A.) and the University of Virginia School of Law (J.D.). Further information about Dave Malone's publications, experience and credentials can be found at his web site, www.trialruninc.com.


Expert Witness Conference

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By David M. Malone, Esq.
Attorney Malone will explain how experts working with retaining counsel can develop powerful and memorable visuals to support their expert witness testimony. He will demonstrate with the use of visuals used at trial how experts can change the dynamics of their testimony from a "talking head" to that of a college professor. Attorney Malone will offer practical cost-effective suggestions on how to develop and utilize memorable visuals and demonstrations. Questions and Answers. David M. Malone, Esq. is a principal of Trial Run, Inc. a litigation consulting and trial training firm. He received his BA from the University of Notre Dame and his JD from the University of Virginia. Attorney Malone was a federal prosecutor for 15 years, handling lengthy and complex antitrust and consumer cases involving extensive preparation in both direct and cross-examination of expert witnesses. He is a nationally recognized expert on the preparation and examination of expert witnesses. Attorney Malone has taught hundreds of advanced and basic trial advocacy, expert witness, deposition and other trial-related programs across the United States, in England and Russia. He has taught for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, the American Bar Association, the State Department, private corporations, law firms, and for federal and state agencies. Attorney Malone is the author of many texts and handbooks for practitioners including The Effective Deposition , a widely used text on deposition practice and procedure, Expert Rules, Deposition Rules, Winning Depositions and Winning with Experts, and Effective Expert Testimony.


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