I’ve known and worked with Larry Kaye over a span of approximately 18 years and there is no doubt: He is one of the most brilliant trial lawyers that has ever walked into a courtroom. But it’s not just his courtroom skill that levels his opponents. It’s his uncanny ability to consistently decimate key adverse witnesses during depositions.
His approach is to always be ten chess moves ahead of his “victim.” His victims never see it coming because a) they never fully realize the degree to which Larry knows every nuance of the case and b) Larry treats adverse witnesses with unwavering respect, always getting them to cooperate or submit.
Over the years, I have told many trial lawyers – both experienced and new to the profession – that if they ever want to see brilliance in action, read his depositions and then go see Larry do his magic in open court.