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Court of Appeals Finds Trial Consultant Work Privileged

Over the past few years we have seen a tremendous acceptance among our client base of the value of preparing witnesses for deposition.  At the same time, many of you have expressed concern regarding the discoverability of such work (and trial consulting in general).  The absence of case law on this topic is both reassuring […]

New Insights for Jury Profiling and Online Socialization

In this age of Internet technology and increasingly-popular social networking sites such as MySpace,[1] Facebook and LinkedIn, gathering information on individuals within any given jury pool is both easier and, at the same time, more complex.  Collecting information on potential jurors now expands far beyond the “postcards” traditionally submitted to the court.  While questionnaires provide […]