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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...

Jury Diversity and its Impact on Case Outcomes

Jury diversity has been an often-discussed problem in many legal cases for decades. Prior to the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s, jury diversity did not exist. Juries were almost entirely composed of white Christian males. Racial minorities, women, and...

Covid Court Delays

The Effect of COVID-19 Over the past several months, the coronavirus has completely shaken the world. The extreme precautions necessary for public safety have created what many news sources are calling a “new normal.” This new normal, which includes the required use...

Plaintiff’s Guide to Litigation Funding

Plaintiff’s Guide to Litigation Funding Cashflow can get tight, especially during the current pandemic. COVID-19 is causing trials to be suspended and creating a rift in the traditional way trial preparation is conducted. This can lead to rushing to settle cases to...