Lessons from Woburn: The Untold Stories with Henry Wigglesworth (2000), The Rules of Procedure(2002), and Conduct and Settlement (2002). These documentaries are about a lawsuit,Anderson v. W.R. Grace, brought by families in Woburn, Massachusetts, alleging contamination of their drinking water. The original participants appear in the documentary, based on the lawsuit, and, the book about the lawsuit by Jonathan Harr, A Civil Action, and the Hollywood movie by the same name. The films are used in 100+ law schools.
Lessons from Woburn is a complex and compelling educational tool. Learn more about the case: Anderson v. W.R. Grace.
The Untold Stories
The first video: The Untold Stories (30 minutes) consists of three segments:
What was the case about?
Was bifurcation fair?
Did the truth come out in trial?
The Rules of Civil Procedure
The second video: The Rules of Civil Procedure (131 minutes) is divided into nine segments, including:
Subject Matter Jurisdiction
The jury system
Conduct and Settlement
The third video: Conduct and Settlement (50 minutes) has four segments:
Financing a lawsuit
Ethics in negotiation and settlement
Video 1, Untold Stories, $400.00
Video 2, Rules of Procedure, $400.00
Video 3, Conduct and Settlement, $400.00
Complete Set, $850.00
Individual or Professor Class Room Purchase, $300 per video, $600 for the set
Includes instructor's manual