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Top Ten Litigation Insights Blogs of 2017

We may have left 2017 behind, but let’s not forget some of our favorite blogs! We wanted to take one last look back on what our readers and clients found most helpful in 2017. While some of the blogs listed below were the most read articles in the last year (but may have been published […]

Graphics in Pre-Trial Motions & Hearings: An Early Advantage – Part II

In Part I, you learned how metaphors and imagery can be used to help the judge conceptualize difficult and/or abstract case points. So now let’s discuss how clear, concise graphics or animations can be used in technical hearings to ensure that the judge understands all the necessary details of your case: Pre-Trial Graphics to Teach & […]

Graphics in Pre-Trial Motions & Hearings: An Early Advantage – Part I

Graphics aren’t just for juries. While it’s tempting to make your graphics an afterthought to your fleshed-out case themes and talking points, waiting until trial is in sight means you may have already missed multiple early opportunities to use graphics to influence the terms and development of the case – or even stave off the […]

Why Receiving the Jury List in Advance of Trial is Important to Jury Selection

Although there are many logistical questions to be answered by the court in advance of voir dire, one of the most important questions we always ask when preparing for jury selection is, “When can we receive the jury list?” While some courts will give the list to the attorneys a week (or sometimes more) before […]

SJQ: Making Changes to an Existing Juror Questionnaire

In previous issues of Insights, we have discussed the value of having a trial supplemental juror questionnaire (SJQ) and some strategies for improving the likelihood an SJQ will be accepted in a case. Sometimes, however, the question is not whether we should create an SJQ for use in trial, but how best to repurpose an […]