Alternative Dispute Resolution Posts

  • Competitive Advantage: Five tips on the effective use of trial consultants

    Oregon State Bar Bulletin, October 2002 The question put to Bruce Boyd and Chris Dominic was, “How does an attorney work best with a trial consultant?” They answer in this article with five tips on how to get the most …

  • Dealing with Damages

    King County Bar Association Bulletin, October 2003 Chris Dominic and R. Craig Smith provide an overview of many of the factors involved in damages and juror decision making. The article briefly discusses the variables of: case characteristics, venue, motivation, individual …

  • What Washington Jurors Really Think

    Washington State Bar News, December 2003 Chris Dominic provides a broad overview of the findings of the Washington State elements of the Tsongas 2003 Northwest Juror Attitude Study. The study is the first, large sample size study of juror attitudes …

  • Us and Them: A comparison of juror attitudes in Oregon and the Northwest

    Oregon State Bar Bulletin, December 2003 Chris Dominic compares Oregon juror attitudes with: Northwesterners; Washingtonians; as well as a comparison of urban to rural Oregon juror attitudes. The findings of the articles are reported from the Tsongas Litigation Consulting 2003 …

  • Your Witness--Prepare Before Stepping Into the Sun

    King County Bar Bulletin, July 2004 Theodore O. Prosise, Ph.D. shares four principles that help you and your witness testify more credibly. Read the Full Article Here:

  • Managing the Message: Visual Case Presentation

    King County Bar Bulletin, November 2004 Ted Prosise, Ph.D. suggests how to make case presentations more persuasive and interesting wtih effective visual advocacy for both alternative dispute resolution and trial. Read the Full Article Here:

  • Keys to Success in Arbitration

    White Paper, 2009 The authors discuss several keys to success in Arbitration including: 1–The Case Strategy: Developing the Narrative and Case Themes; 2–Witnesses 3–Graphics; 4–The Opening Statement and Closing Argument. Read the Full Article Here: