These agreements, which may lead to judgments made without a neutral establishor deciding on the claims or the amount of the judgment, can be used as evidence in subsequent bad faith proceedings against the insurer. Since juries are already predisposed to a general distrust of insurance companies, these established decisions can have a significant negative effect on insurers in bad faith disputes where insurers are already accused of acting inappropriately. How does an insurer try to protect itself in these situations? Currently, the most viable way for an insurer to protect itself in these situations is to interfere in the underlying tort between the insured and the third party. This presentation, which applies to all CDLA members, includes a hands-on workshop for test presentations and/or PowerPoint-style material, including the test director and TrialPad, among others. Many lawyers, many of whom don`t know, have published this 350- or more-page guide. The mission of the CJF is to develop and implement educational programs for the federal judiciary. As technology evolves faster than ever, it is imperative for lawyers to keep abreast of not only what judges are learning about technology and the rules of technology in the courts. .