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Attorney Louis “Buddy” Yosha, the founder of Yosha, Cook & Tisch, has earned a national reputation among his peers for his courtroom successes. His legal career has spanned more than four decades, during which time he has helped injured people all across the State of Indiana. Nationally acclaimed cases have appeared in legal journals and Mr. Yosha has been featured in articles within many well-known publications such as Cosmopolitan, Forbes, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal.
Here are some links to notable articles in the media:
New attorney scores big in first trial
A Marion County jury’s award of $20 million in a personal injury case is notable enough, but it’s really impressive when you consider the opening statement and closing argument on damages were delivered by an attorney with a law license issued five weeks earlier.
Veteran, young lawyers win $20M jury verdict in unique case tried amid pandemic
Despite somewhat unusual circumstances, the team from Yosha Cook & Tisch secured a multi-million-dollar victory for their clients, Wayne and Amy Simmons. The total verdict reached $20 million, adjusted by a fault reduction for a net win of $12.2 million.
New Lawyer Helps Obtain $12.2 Million Verdict During Pandemic Using Nick Rowley’s Techniques
Congratulations to attorneys Rich Cook, Bryan Tisch, and Brandon Yosha on their recent $12.2 million verdict in Indianapolis, Indiana. Brandon Yosha covered the opening statement, the final argument on damages, and did the direct examination of the plaintiff’s wife.
Brandon’s father, trial lawyer Louis Yosha, helped formulate the argument Brandon used in closing.
Bryan Tisch covered the opening statement on liability, the plaintiff’s direct examination, and the expert witness’s direct examination. Rich Cook handled voir dire, the cross-examination of all of IPL’s witnesses, and the final argument on liability.
Zooming in: Lawyers describe pros and cons in remote oral arguments
Richard Cook of Yosha Cook & Tisch was Babb’s opposing counsel. He opted to view the proceedings on his iPhone, which was fastened to a tripod.
Cook was working with amicus counsel, who normally would sit beside Cook and pass him notes during the argument. But that wasn’t possible here, so the two worked out a plan in advance.
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