Trial Technology in Large and Complex Cases, by Ted Brooks


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So, you think you’re ready for trial? Here are a few key items that should be typically handled by a dedicated Trial Presentation Consultant. You might consider using this as a check-list when vetting trial support providers for your next case.

Large and complex cases – particularly those involving Co-counsel and multiple parties face unique challenges in getting everything ready for trial. Different firms handle things in different ways, which can be a recipe for disaster. Someone needs to be assigned to manage and present each party’s evidence during the trial. It is not generally a good idea to throw this task on anyone who is already working in another capacity, as it is a full-time job for one or more people – preferably someone who really knows what they are doing, as opposed to just training someone to use TrialDirector and expecting them to handle it.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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