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Can I Conduct My Own Jury Research to Save Costs?

With companies seeking to cut litigation costs, some attorneys have begun trying to conduct their own jury research without the aid of a litigation consulting firm.  Though you may think this will save a lot, while still providing valuable feedback about your case, attorneys who conduct their own research risk making key strategic decisions on […]

Are Jurors Biased Against Foreign-Made Products?

Since the start of the recent economic recession, American consumers have been torn between favoring American-made products, with the idea of securing jobs in the U.S. for American workers, and the affordability of the products they need for their households.   For a product to wave the “Made in the USA” label, it can only have […]

What Is the Best Way to Defend a Batson Challenge?

In a previous blog, we discussed key points for making a Batson challenge, but what do you do when circumstances are reversed?  In most cases, these challenges are made in an effort to disrupt a successful voir dire or to rattle an opponent before opening statements.  Stay calm; with a little organization and good note […]