It is common practice for attorneys to conduct social media searches of prospective jurors during voir dire to uncover and weed out panel members who are likely to possess biases that will prevent a fair trial. Learn how and why the trial consultants at IMS | The Focal Point advise counsel to continue to conduct juror social media research throughout the trial.
Jim Stiff and Brittany Cross discuss research standards that result in truly valuable pre-trial information. He describe how using proven scientific methods ensures valid venue and jury analysis, mock juror recruitment, and research conclusions.
Suddenly your clients day in court is looming, and you find yourself under pressure to assemble a support team to prepare the trial graphics and other visual displays. You round up an experienced graphics squad, but with the clock ticking, how do you quickly mobilize this team into action?
Having seen hundreds of trials, we possess knowledge on what makes a persuasive presentation. Here are five courtroom techniques that have proven successful.
As devices become more sophisticated learn how digital technology advancements are making trial preparation and presentation easier and more effective.
Paul Roberts shares key challenges and insights for presenting an effective case at the International Trade Commission.
Valuable tips to make working with trial consultants easier and more efficient.
Guy Grogan discusses the cures for turning a common closing summary into a powerful and persuasive argument for your case.
Tips from our Trial Presentation consultants on how to impeach a witness on cross for maximum effect with the jury.
Leading a trial team is like being the director of a feature film. Here are key tips for directing a successful trial.
How to succeed in Markman hearings and other social obligations.
Discover a proven process for developing compelling case themes, stories, and trial graphics.
Keep your jurors organized and focused during trial.
A Mantra for Transcendentalists and Litigators Alike
There are several ways you can simplify your case to make it potent, palatable, and persuasive.
A step-by-step process to go beyond your analytical skills and give deeper material a chance to emerge.
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.
The secret to making you a better teacher for your jurors and a better advocate for your client.
As Weapons Are to Soldiers
How analogies can be used as the key to winning over your jurors.
Flash technology is revolutionizing courtroom presentations.