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Southfield, Mich.—March 4, 2021—A. Vince Colella, personal injury and civil rights attorney and co-founder of Southfield-based Moss & Colella, P.C., is pleased to be co-hosting a Case Analysis webinar with acclaimed Los Angeles trial attorney and consultant Dan Ambrose on Monday, March 8, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. (EST).

The webinar will focus on a $3m+ bar bouncer verdict in Houston, Texas involving the sons of two major league baseball players, and will also feature Texas attorneys, Randy Sorrels and Alexandra Farias-Sorrels, who represented the plaintiffs.  Discussion topics include:

  • The keys to voir dire
  • Witness preparation
  • Witness cross examination
  • Handling celebrity bias
  • The challenges presented by COVID-19 protocols

Case summary
Kacy Clemens and Conner Capel were awarded $3.24 million by a Houston jury as a result of the January 1, 2019 assault attack at the Concrete Cowboy Bar on Washington Avenue in Houston, Texas. Clemens and Capel, sons of former Major League Baseball pitchers Roger Clemens and Mike Capel respectively, were cleared of any wrongdoing in the attack, and bar owner Daniel J. Wierck and 34th S &S (d/b/a Concrete Cowboy) were found fully at fault.

“This is a fascinating, high-profile case and the webinar is a can’t miss opportunity for trial attorneys to sharpen the skills in their toolbox. It’s an honor for me to be part of the discussion in this edition of Case Analysis,” Colella said.

The webinar is strictly limited to attorneys. Registration information is available here.

Separately, Colella is currently representing the family of Shawn Kubic, who died following a blow to the head inflicted by a patron at Kapone’s Sports Tavern in St. Clair Shores, Mich. on December 22, 2019. The civil lawsuit alleges assault and battery against Hatum Akrawi, who delivered the fatal blow, and violations of the Michigan Liquor Liability Act (“Dram Shop”) and negligence against Kapone’s.

About Moss & Colella
Established in 1997, Moss & Colella represents the victims of personal injury, civil rights violations, discrimination, medical malpractice, and wrongful death.  The firm is recognized as a leader in complex tort litigation, including excess and deadly force, jail death, sexual abuse and harassment, auto and truck accidents, motorcycle accidents and other serious injury and wrongful death claims.  To learn more about the firm and its diverse areas of practice, visit