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Why Are CAD Files Important in Intellectual Property & Product Liability Cases?

Most intellectual property and product liability cases call for a visual explanation that a jury or judge needs to help them decide the case.  When you need to show how one device infringes on the patent of another (or doesn’t), or how an injury is the result of product misuse and not faulty design, clarity […]

Which Is Best When Conducting a Mock Trial: One Jury Panel vs. Multiple Jury Panels

We are often asked, “Three jury panels?  Won’t just one jury panel work when using a mock trial to test the themes and arguments in my case?  That’s what we are faced with in the real world.”  This is a very important question, and the answer is grounded in well-established social science research methodology.  Following […]

What Are the Standards and Procedures for Jury Selection in My Jurisdiction?

As a national trial consulting firm, we are often asked to assist with jury selection in jurisdictions where lead counsel has been admitted pro hac vice and may not be closely familiar with the standards and procedures for jury selection in the trial jurisdiction.  Although local counsel can be a great resource for obtaining more […]

How to Make the Most of Multimedia in the Courtroom

A great trial lawyer who knows how to use words to paint vivid pictures in the minds of the jurors can probably try his or her case without any visuals.  But with growing use of CGI, on-demand media and shrinking attention spans, multi-generational jurors have become accustomed to content delivered in bright bursts of light, […]