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Comparing Judges Versus Jurors: Do They Decide Cases Differently?

The vast majority of civil disputes are resolved before (or during) trial. These outcomes are always influenced by the trial judge’s structuring of the dispute – e.g., Daubert hearings, responses to SJM motions, Markman hearings, etc. Dispute structuring requires trial judges to exercise a great deal of fact-finding discretion regarding the credibility of witnesses, reliability […]

When is the Best Time for a Mock Trial to be Conducted?

In order to get the most out of your investment in jury research, it’s important to consider the best time to do a mock trial. And that timing largely depends on your research goals and what other research you have done in your case. For example, have you done early jury research and are now […]

Timelines: The Jury’s Roadmap to Your Case

“You can’t miss this event!” your friend exclaims.  “It’s simple.  The event is on the left-hand side of the street, two blocks down Lincoln Avenue.  You’ll hang a right onto Third, before the gas station.  Third is a few miles straight ahead once you exit – when you’re on the freeway, just keep your eyes […]