Ted Brooks is one of the most widely-recognized figures in Trial Presentation and Legal Technology. He is a successful high-profile Trial Consultant, Founder of Litigation-Tech LLC, author of the Court and Trial Technology Blog, and winner of the Law Technology News Award for Most Innovative Use of Technology During a Trial. He is actively involved in developing and presenting Continuing Education and Certification programs with the NCRA and OLP.
With offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco, Ted has provided trial presentation services in numerous high-stakes and high-profile matters, including the Los Angeles Dodgers divorce trial (with David Boies, Dennis Wasser, Bruce Cooperman, Mike Kump), People v. Robert Blake (with M. Gerald Schwartzbach), Western MacArthur v. USF&G ($3 Billion), May-Carmen v. Wal-Mart (Defense Verdict), PG&E v. U.S., People v. Dr Hootan Roozrokh, Shropshire v. City of Walnut Creek ($27.5M), Liou v. Caltrans ($12.5M) and a number of others on both sides in civil, criminal and family law cases.
Ted is a Committee Member of the National Court Reporters Assn, Organization of Legal Professionals Advisory Council and Trial Presentation Certification Committee. He is a Certified inData TrialDirector Trainer and a member of The American Society of Trial Consultants.
A frequent speaker and author, Ted has written and presented legal technology topics for the California State Judiciary, CAOC Forum Magazine, Plaintiff Magazine, The Advocate Magazine, For The Defense, Defense Comment, Journal of Court Reporting, SF Trial Lawyer Magazine, ASTC The Jury Expert, U.C. Berkeley, NITA, ABOTA, LawNet, ADC, DRI, ILTA, SFTLA, American Lawyer Conference, Paralegal SuperConference, Law Technology News, Law Office Computing, Litigation Educators, Lorman Seminars, numerous Bar Associations, Government Agencies, and law firms. He is the founder of the Court and Trial Technology Blog and the Trial Technology LinkedIn Group.