Theodore O. Prosise Ph.D.
- Oct 2, 2020
MOCK TRIALS AND FOCUS GROUPS: LETTING GO OF CONTROL AND TAKING IT BACK AT THE SAME TIME
One of the biggest frustrations trial teams and client representatives feel in a mock trial or focus group is the lack of control as they...
Christopher J. Dominic, Theodore O. Prosise
- Jul 8, 2020
TRIAL CONSULTANTS AS KEY ASSETS IN MULTIDISTRICT LITIGATION
Managing the scope of multidistrict litigation (MDL) is a daunting task for attorneys and trial teams. The sheer number of cases,...
Jeffrey Jarman Ph.D., Tsongas Litigation
- Jun 19, 2020
SHARING COVID-19 EFFORTS UNLIKELY TO CHANGE VERDICTS
Originally published in Law360, June 12, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has elicited a variety of responses by businesses trying to build or...
Alexis Knutson, Laura L. Dominic
- Apr 22, 2020
JURY RESEARCH AMID COVID-19
In early March, most of the business world was faced with the question, “How are we going to continue business as usual?” Today, the...
- Oct 1, 2015
KEEPING YOUR MOCK TRIAL FROM FALLING AND YOUR FOCUS GROUP FROM FAILING
Clients often ask us, as jury consulting experts, to explain the distinction between mock trials and focus groups. The delineation is...
Tsongas Litigation Consulting
- Sep 17, 2015
THE PITFALLS OF ATTORNEY-CONDUCTED JURY RESEARCH
The author David Sedaris once said, “Writing gives you the illusion of control, and then you realize it’s just an illusion, that people...