I will be joining Robb Helt and Ted Brooks to teach a 2-day seminar in trial presentation on February 18 and 19, 2016 in Dallas, Texas. We will cover 16 topics: Disaster Prevention and Recovery Graphic Design for Trial Data Management Database Development and Management Trial Presentation – The Hotseat Business Development Business Ethics Marketing and Promotion Qualities of Successful Trial Presentation Consultants (Panel Discussion?) Cool Tools for Litigation Live Demonstrations PowerPoint in Trial Local Rules and Practices Principles of Information Design Setting up a switching and distribution system that works Telling a story with timelines Lessons will be geared
Intellectual independence can be demonstrated by experts who easily concede facts that do not support the party that hired them. Read more of Jason’s thoughts on preparing expert witnesses for trial, as well as tips from other trial consultants, on The Expert Institute website. The post Tips to Prepare Your Expert Witness appeared first on BARNES & ROBERTS.
Wait for it… In the Eastern District of Texas, Judge Rodney Gilstrap issued a ruling over turning the jury’s verdict in the TQP v Newegg case that came before him in November 2013. In that case the jury found that Newegg did infringe the asserted patent ( U.S. Patent No. 5,412,730) and that the patent was valid. It was a disappointing loss after a long, bumpy road for Newegg. Though TQP had already collected over $45 Million in settlements from other companies, Newegg’s policy is not to settle with companies it deems to be patent trolls. Although the jury awarded TQP less