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5 Notable Advancements in Presentation Technology
5 Notable Advancements in Presentation Technology

As devices become more sophisticated learn how digital technology advancements are making trial preparation and presentation easier and more effective.

Design With Purpose: Preparing for an ITC Hearing
Design With Purpose: Preparing for an ITC Hearing

Paul Roberts shares key challenges and insights for presenting an effective case at the International Trade Commission.

Maximize Your Value When Working With Trial Consultants
Maximize Your Value When Working With Trial Consultants

Valuable tips to make working with trial consultants easier and more efficient.

Flash Is Not a Dirty Word
Flash Is Not a Dirty Word

Carolyn Webster and Aaron Stienstra explain how Adobe Flash can be a powerful ally in the organization and presentation of your argument in the courtroom.

The Art of Sculpting an Expert
The Art of Sculpting an Expert

Guy Grogan shares insights into how to transform your expert’s testimony into the compelling story your jurors need to hear and see.

Expert Witness Graphics: Dispelling Myths and Maximizing Effectiveness
Expert Witness Graphics: Dispelling Myths and Maximizing Effectiveness

Expert witnesses can be crucial in trials involving highly technical topics, such as banking, technology, engineering, medicine or insurance.

Beyond “Clip Art”: How Good Design Can Help Your Case
Beyond “Clip Art”: How Good Design Can Help Your Case

Design rules to elevate your trial graphics beyond clip art to effective visual persuasion.

We Have Met the Enemy and He Is Us
We Have Met the Enemy and He Is Us

Blame the messenger for muddled presentations, not the medium.

Five Tips To Avoid Over-Lawyering Your Trial Graphics
Five Tips To Avoid Over-Lawyering Your Trial Graphics

Five tips to help you avoid the most common mistakes we see lawyers make when designing graphics.

Three Rules of Time and Space
Three Rules of Time and Space

Maximize your time and space in the courtroom and help your jurors stay focused on your case.

The Perfect Fit: Tailoring Courtroom Technology to Win Cases
The Perfect Fit: Tailoring Courtroom Technology to Win Cases

Trial-tested tips for integrating graphics and trial technology effectively into your courtroom presentation.

Like Billboards, Trial Graphics Require <br/>A Simple and Strong Message
Like Billboards, Trial Graphics Require
A Simple and Strong Message

Use the principles of information architecture to create the most persuasive courtroom presentations.

Graphics Can Help Remove Cloak of Invisibility <br/>From the Courtroom
Graphics Can Help Remove Cloak of Invisibility
From the Courtroom

When you need more than words—turning a tough concept into a tangible picture.

Developing a Trial Graphics Strategy <br/>Is No Last-Minute Endeavor
Developing a Trial Graphics Strategy
Is No Last-Minute Endeavor

Trial graphics are not just an end in and of themselves—how to use your courtroom graphics to develop and organize your case.

Teach Your Jurors Well
Teach Your Jurors Well

After years in the courtroom, we know what makes jurors sit up, listen, and understand.

Listening for the Yikes! Alarm
Listening for the Yikes! Alarm

A toolkit to get your jurors to understand your case and keep them engaged.

The Benefits of Flash in the Courtroom: <br/>Two Years Later, a Progress Report
The Benefits of Flash in the Courtroom:
Two Years Later, a Progress Report

Real-world observations for those contemplating using Flash in the courtroom.

The Medium Is Not the Message
The Medium Is Not the Message

Using your presentation materials to enhance the effectiveness of teaching and storytelling.

More Than Pretty Pictures
More Than Pretty Pictures

Having the facts on your side isn’t enough—you also have to present relevant information in a clear and concise manner.

The Benefits of Adobe Flash in the Courtroom
The Benefits of Adobe Flash in the Courtroom

Flash technology is revolutionizing courtroom presentations.

Is Your Case Worth Displaying?
Is Your Case Worth Displaying?

Thinking about your case–an ill-conceived message does not get better because of high-end technology.

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