Technology Posts

  • The American Jury Trial: The Way Forward

    The courts closing all around the country was jarring to many of us in litigation and litigation support. Since our jury consulting firm opened in 1978, it had never happened. As of this writing, courts around the country are weighing …

  • It's Not About the Toys You Have, But How You Use Them

    For the last ten years I’ve been reassuring attorneys that they won’t look too “slick” if they use “fancy graphics.” Even before the iPhone generation, I’ve assured lawyers that technology and graphics that help jurors understand, remember, and later recall …

  • Can the Slow Pace of Trial Keep Up with Our Fast-Paced World?

    Rushing through the C terminal of SeaTac Airport hoping to catch an earlier shuttle to Portland, I was pleased to see that every business and service around me attempted to accommodate my jet setter lifestyle. The Massage Bar enticed me …

  • The Power of Simplicity

    What if I told you that you could predict the success or failure of stocks in the first few weeks after their IPO, knowing nothing about the company other than their name? What if you only knew the ticker symbol? …

  • Presume That Some Jurors Will Use Their Smartphones Improperly

    April 30th, 2012 One of the common questions in litigation when preparing for trial concerns what will come “in” to evidence and what will be excluded. During this process, one of the big questions that needs to be answered is, …

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