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Top Ten Blog Insights from 2016

With just a few days left in 2016 we wanted to take one last look back on what made 2016 a great year for us and what our readers and clients found most helpful. The blogs from Litigation Insights listed below were the most read articles in 2016.  As we look back to what our […]

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, […]

Top Blog Posts from 2015

As we head into another new year, we thought we would take one last look back on to what made 2015 a great year for us. The blogs from Litigation Insights listed below were the most read articles in 2015. Some are fairly new while others are oldies but goodies. We appreciate your continued support […]

How Long Should Opening Statements in a Trial Last?

In a recent article, we explored how long closing arguments should be (hint: the shorter the better).  Yet almost just as often as we are asked how long a closing should be, we are asked how long an opening statement should last.  This answer is a little different.  First, though, let’s take a look at […]

How To Help a Jury Understand Complex Litigation

We hear this quite a bit from our clients. An attorney, when introducing us to his pending complex litigation matter, tells us upfront, “This is a complicated case.” It’s code for, “I don’t think jurors will understand this case.” We hear it again in opening statements: “This is a complicated case.” So now, the attorney […]