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New Media’s Impact, Part III: Tweaking Your Graphics for the Modern Juror

Parts I and II of this series explained how and why jurors’ communication styles – and, accordingly, their responses to trial graphics – are changing with the influx of new media.  Now we’ll tell you what you can do about it. By sticking to the fundamentals and making tweaks with the modern juror in mind, […]

New Media’s Impact, Part II: Trial Graphic Foundations

Laying the Foundations of Your Trial Graphics In Part I, we told you how jurors are changing and the challenges these changes present. So let’s begin Part II with some examples of new media developments that help explain why jurors expect more from your visual presentations. Then, before we get ahead of ourselves, we’ll do […]

Understanding Jurors’ Healthcare Attitudes When Preparing for Trial

Litigation in the healthcare industry is growing, not only in the number of cases, but in its scope, frequency and stakes. Interestingly, many of the same types of healthcare cases have existed for decades. What has changed most is the scale – namely, increasing class-action certifications – which has caused settlement costs to skyrocket for […]

Jurors’ Attitudes Toward All Natural Food Labels

What do jurors expect when they see the label “all natural?” “All natural” has been showing up on food labels more and more, as have lawsuits about labeling.  Litigation Insights investigated how jurors respond to labeling and food product manufacturers by collecting survey data from jury eligibles nationwide.  A sampling of results are depicted below.  […]