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Big Data Doesn’t Always Mean SMART Data

The Dirty Little Secret Behind “Big Data” These days, no industry can operate without data. With the enormous amounts of data being generated every minute, every second from client logs, business transactions, sales figures, and stakeholders, data is the...

Client Relationships & Managing Expectations

Building a strong client relationship Seasoned trial attorneys often say the key ingredient in a good attorney-client relationship is a sense of mutual cooperation. But how do you establish that kind of relationship? Managing clients’ expectations is essential...

Danny Kahneman on Decision Hygiene

Are juror decisions full of “NOISE,” and what can we do about it?  In his recent book co-authored with Olivier Sibony, and Cass R. Sunstein, Daniel Kahneman, a famous psychologist, and economist, Emeritus Professor at Princeton University, and Nobel Prize-winning...

The Impact of Juror Biases

Every law student learns about Batson v. Kentucky, the landmark 1986 U.S. Supreme Court case that held that a prosecutor cannot strike potential jurors based on race in a criminal trial.  That principle was later extended to civil litigation, with the Supreme Court...

Supplemental Jury Questionnaire (SJQ) George Floyd Case

  Like previously discussed in our blog, supplemental juror questionnaires (SJQs) are essential to getting the best possible jury and, in turn, winning your case. With COVID-19 continuing to ravage the United States, SJQs are becoming more widely used and...

Career Page – Join team!

The legal service industry is still on the brink of a ai revolution and we can’t wait to change it with you. Join us, won’t you? The firm launched with the belief that pre-litigation services will be most successful when they are accessible to majority of plaintiff...

Social Media in Jury Selection: Good or Bad?

Human interaction and socializing was completely transformed in the early 2000s when social media platforms began to gain popularity. In 2005, only 5% of the US adult population used social media, 15 years later that number is now around 80%.(1) Social media has gone...