Christopher J. Dominic
- Apr 9, 2021
Five Tips to Be a Better Speaker in the Virtual Courtroom
The scene is a conference room at a law firm, but it looks like a newsroom is set up at one end of it. There's professional lighting, a...
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...
Alexis Knutson, Jeffrey Jarman Ph.D.
- Aug 6, 2020
HOW FEDERAL PATENT TUTORIAL VIDEO INFLUENCES JURORS
The COVID-19 global pandemic has led to an unprecedented backlog of cases, and, as a result, courts are considering ways to alleviate the...
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...