Mass Tort Billionaires

 

Mass Tort Billionaires

What do they know that you don’t?

 

Fact: Mass Torts have made more plaintiff lawyers billionaires (or billionaire adjacent) than any other practice area.

Myth: Most Mass Tort billionaires made their money from the massive trial verdicts we hear about in the news (RoundUp, Talcum Powder etc.).

Fact: The majority of Mass Tort billionaires (or billionaire adjacent) did not reach this lofty status from major trial verdicts, they built their practice over time, accumulating the knowledge and skills required to independently evaluate a mass tort litigation before taking a financial risk.

Most Successful Mass Tort Firms Learned by Trial and Error

There is an easier way!

The Mass Tort Nexus Four Days to Mass Tort Success Course gives you the knowledge, information and skills that current “mass tort insiders” learned the hard way (trial and error).  It is better to learn from the mistakes of others, than to make those same mistakes yourself.

You may not be willing to take the risk required to become a “mass tort billionaire”, however, if you are interested in working smarter vs harder and reaching the financial goals you have set for yourself and your firm, the Four Days to Mass Tort Success Course is the place to start. Click on the image below to get more information about the September Course.

You may also simply call or email Barbara Capasso or Anne Marie Kopek at 954-530-9892, email- barbara@masstortnexus.com or annemarie@masstortnexus.com

How Most Lawyers Get Started in Mass Torts

One Lawyer, we will call him Mr. Mass Tort Big Bucks, gives another lawyer, we will call Mr. Mass Tort Outsider, an inside tip on a great new mass tort in which Mr. Big Bucks is involved. Mr. Outsider takes the tip and runs with it.

One of two things happen:

Scenario A: The litigation does South and Mr. Outsider thinks “Mass Torts is just a big gamble”, I am never doing that again.

Scenario B: The litigation pays off big and Mr. Outsider becomes overly optimistic, thinking, “Wow this Mass Tort thing is great”, I am going to bet on every new case that come along.

Neither Scenario Is Good for Mr. Outsider

In Scenario A, now “mass tort pessimistic” Mr. Outsider is likely to take himself out of the game (mass tort plaintiff law) that has created more plaintiff lawyer billionaires than any other practice area.

In Scenario B, now “mass tort overly optimistic” Mr. Outsider is likely to throw money at every mass tort litigation that comes along and is at risk of eventually losing his shirt.

  1. Big Bucks, who is already sold on a litigation, is not an objective source of information.
  2. Big Bucks can probably afford to lose money that Mr. Outsider may not be able to afford to lose.

Become a Mass Tort Insider!

Instead of relying on tips from other lawyers or the mass tort rumor mill, gain the “insider knowledge“ that will allow you to evaluate mass tort litigation’s objectively. The next time you get a tip from another lawyer, have the information and knowledge that will allow you to do your homework before taking a leap into a mass tort litigation.

The course starts at the most basic level, discussing the difference between Class Actions and Multi-district Litigation and then progresses to providing the tools needed to evaluate the “metrics” relevant to all mass tort litigation’s which need to be considered before taking a financial risk. The basic metrics (below) are explained in detail before the course progresses to how firms can apply these metrics to make decisions and develop strategies that lead to success.

 

On the third day of the course, lead litigators step in and give presentations on various mass torts in which they are currently involved. Course attendees will be armed with the knowledge developed in the first two days of the course, to ask the lead litigators informed questions and use the metrics and other information they have gained thus far in the course to make decisions about which litigation they may be interested in.

The relatively small class size allows course attendees to interact with the lead litigators in the classroom as well as during the outside activities “up close and personal”.

What do past course attendees have to say?

 

 

Visit our YouTube Channel to hear what other past attendees have to say about the course.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8I9zGYo3YC5BhulgxthCOw/videos

 

John Ray

John Ray has been a leading consultant to the Mass Tort industry for over a decade. His unique skill sets make him well suited to both teaching and consulting in the Mass Tort arena. As a 21-year old graduate of Brenau University in Atlanta, John graduated Magna Cum Laude and started a pharmaceutical and medical device company right out of school, selling it in an eight-figure deal when he was 35. John’s tenure in the pharmaceutical and medical device field allowed him to gain an in-depth understanding of FDA regulatory matters, as well as, a thorough understanding of the science and epidemiology related to gaining FDA approval to market pharmaceuticals and medical devices. John’s inside knowledge of how “Big Pharma” operates gives him a unique perspective and skill sets that are very useful to Mass Tort plaintiff firms. When John brought his “insider knowledge” and business acumen to the Plaintiff Mass Tort Space, one of the first things he recognized was a lack of common terminology and well defined metrics. John realized that firms were expressing the same concepts, but were not using the same terminology. As a result, John set out to define common terms and create methods for formulating important metrics for use by Mass Tort firms when evaluating litigations. The terminology and metrics John Ray developed are now commonly used by major Mass Tort Law firms. John is highly sought after and writes White Papers about both current and emerging torts, which are highly coveted in the industry. The accuracy of John’s analysis of emerging and ongoing litigations is unmatched. The fact that John not an attorney has proven to be an asset. John thinks like a business person, employing creative problem solving and possesses an extensive set of business skills and industry specific knowledge. He assists Mass Tort firms in making sound business decisions before and during any litigation they are involved in or are considering becoming involved in. John is an expert at evaluating cases and looks at each tort as an individual “investment,” which can be quantified resulting in risk mitigation for you and your firm.

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