Use of Visuals and Digital Presentations At Trial – Pricing Out Small Firm/Solo Litigators?

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Juries in this media age expect to see visuals and digital presentations at trial. Is this expectation giving big firms with significant litigation budgets an advantage at trial? Is it pricing small firms and solo litigators out of all but the smallest cases?

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