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How Important is a Consultant’s Win Rate?

With so much at stake when a case seems poised for trial, it’s understandable that clients want attorneys and jury consultants with a history of winning in court.  As a result, many clients – including insurance adjusters, in-house counsel and trial attorneys – will ask jury consultants about their “win rates.”  However, providing a tally […]

How Do I Present My Expert Witness in the Courtroom by Video Conference (aka: Skype)?

The ability to present testimony by video conference or video chat has been around for several years, but the ability to use it efficiently, to its full potential, is a more recent development.  This blog will focus on the use of Skype but there are several other platforms (Cisco WebEx, GoToMeeting, Google Chat, Facetime, Webex etc.) that will work as well. The first time we video conferenced […]

Eight Considerations to Help You Make the Best Document Callouts

Telling your story through the use of exhibits is one of the most longstanding and impactful ways to present your case.  When presented well, supporting documents – such as contracts, memos, emails, advertisements, studies or invoices – can showcase crucial information.  Therefore, it is critical to employ effective document enhancements that will both quickly direct […]

Cut the Bull: What Can Trial Consultants Really Do?

With the new TV series “Bull,” airing Tuesdays on CBS, the field of trial consulting is getting a little more attention than it’s used to.  The show, starring Michael Weatherly (formerly of NCIS) as Dr. Jason Bull, is loosely based on the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw, who began his work at a Texas-based consulting firm.  The pilot episode included all the dramatics and bells and whistles that one would […]