G. Christopher Ritter – The Focal Point

How to Use Graphics in Your Openings and Closings

Graphics can help deliver more effective opening statements and closing arguments by easing the introduction of complex information and allowing attorneys to take a more teacherly role with jurors. Graphics can also help weave…more

| Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment Law, Law...

What I Learned from Billboards

I think of billboards often when working on trial graphics, because both billboards and trial graphics benefit from a clear understanding of information architecture – the art and science of structuring and presenting material…more

| Energy & Utilities, Intellectual Property, Law Practice Products &...

Engaging Your Jurors

Jury selection virtually guarantees that jurors are “blank slates.” They do not know the parties. The only thing they know about the dispute is what they can glean during voir dire. They are probably unfamiliar with the…more

| Education, Intellectual Property, Law Practice Products & Services

Keeping Your Jurors Organized

Our society values spontaneous creativity: We marvel at jazz improvisations, delight in a stand-up comic?s ability to create something out of nothing and admire an artist who quickly turns a blank canvas into a gorgeous…more

| Criminal Law, Finance & Banking, Intellectual Property, Labor &...

Seeing the Invisible

G. Christopher Ritter discusses effective jury communication when trying difficult cases. Ritter walks through a recent case highlighting successful communication tools used to explain complicated concepts and procedures…more

| Criminal Law

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