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What’s on Employees’ Minds? Employee Rights, Pay, & Government Regulation

Most jurors are employed, either as contractors, employees, or self-employed.  What are their workplace concerns these days?  Do they feel protected?  Do they believe their pay is fair? Understanding how jurors’ employment needs and concerns have changed (or not changed) is critical in assessing the risks in your employment litigation.  Will jurors identify with the […]

How Jurors’ Attitudes About Gender and Age Discrimination in the Workplace Affect Your Case

What matters more – jurors’ discrimination experiences or their attitudes? Or are both critical? Imagine you are in jury selection and have a juror who directly experienced workplace discrimination. You have another juror who has witnessed others’ experience with workplace discrimination. And yet another who harbors the belief that gender discrimination is ingrained in today’s […]

Take this to the bank: Jurors’ evaluations of financial industry defendants during a recession – Published Article

At Litigation Insights, in order to provide our clients with the best possible case assessments, we continue to conduct research and surveys to determine jurors’ attitudes toward current issues that will be important to them in trials across various fields.  In the following article, published in DRI’s, For the Defense magazine, we wanted to evaluate […]