Our Consultants have given over 100 presentations for groups such as:


Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Mock Trial Institute

Charting A Future for the Civil Jury System

The Mock Trial as a Settlement Tool



Trial by Snap, Tweet, and Post: Social Media in the Courtroom

Shoot Out at the Barbary Coast Corral – The Masters of Closing Argument




Minimizing Damages in High Damages Cases

Insurance Bad Faith and Extra-Contractual Liability

Trial Structure and Jury Decision Making in Asbestos Cases


Mock trial of a Securities Case

Using Technology Effectively

Inside a Jury’s Mind: Hear What They Have to Say


Read on for an alphabetical listing of our more recent presentations.

ABA Annual Spring Antitrust Meeting:  “Jury Selection & Voir Dire in Antitrust Cases”

ABA Annual Meeting, Tort & Insurance: “Air Crash Disaster: Picking the Right Jury”

ABA Brookings Institution Symposium: “Charting a Future for the Civil Jury System”

ABA Insurance Coverage Committee: “Mock Jurors, Past and Present”

ABA Litigation Committee Annual Meeting: “The Mock Trial as a Settlement Tool”

ABA National Institute, Employment: “Sexual Harassment and Related Employment Torts”

ABA National Institute, Insurance: “Litigating the Complex Coverage Case”

ABA National Institute, Litigation: “Trying Mass Toxic Tort Cases”

ABA National Institute, Property Insurance: “Good Faith on Trial”

ABA National Institute, Legal Malpractice: “Jury Selection and Witness Preparation”

ABA Section of Litigation:  “Trial by Snap, Tweet, and Post: Social Media in the Courtroom”

ABA Spring CLE Program, Tort & Insurance:  “Development of Themes in Trial: Use of Mock Trials; Other Trial Tactics and Techniques”

Advisen Casualty Insights Conference:  “Catastrophic Casualty Claim Trends”

Air Law Symposium: “What Jurors Bring to Trial in Aviation Litigation”

American Board of Trial Advocates’ National Conference: “Regional Differences in Trial Strategy & Outcome”

American Board of Trial Advocates’ National Conference: “Regional Differences in Trial Strategy and Outcome”

American Inns of Court Annual Meeting: New Approaches to Jury Selection”

American Inns of Court Annual Meeting: “Using Trial Consultants in Intellectual Property Litigation

Associated General Contractors: “Labor and Employment Law Council

Association of Business Trial Lawyers: “Inside a Jury’s Mind: Hear What They Have to Say

Association of Business Trial Lawyers: “Using Technology Effectively

Association of Business Trial Lawyers: “Mock Trial of a Securities Case

Association of Business Trial Lawyers: “Erase the Mystery – Insight into Conducting Voir Dire

Association of Business Trial Lawyers: “Cross Cultural Issues in Jury Selection

Association of Defense Trial Attorneys: “Challenges for Jury Selection in Hawaii

Bar Association of San Francisco: “Annual Labor & Employment Conference

Baylor University Law School: “Designing Voir Dire for Strategic Advantage

Baylor University Law School: “Fundamentals of Trial Consulting

Beverly Hills Bar Association: “Know Your Juror

Bridgeport Continuing Education for the State Bar of California CLE:  “What Makes Jurors Tick

California Eastern District: “Techniques for Juror Involvement

California State Bar Association through Bridgeport CE:  “What Makes Jurors Tick”

California State Bar Association, Employment Section: “Developing Case Themes

California State Bar, Litigation Section:  “Jury Selection: Essential Strategies and Tactics”

California State Bar Association, Insurance Staff Counsel: “The Evolving Wisdom of Jury Selection Profiling

California Young Lawyer’s Association: “Thinking Through the Eye

California Public Defenders: “Jury Selection

Casualty Insights Conference:  “Who’s Who in Casualty Insurance”

CLE International, Eminent Domain: “Juror-Effective Themes for High-Stakes Eminent Domain Cases”

Connecticut Bar Association:  “Theme Development in Product Liability Litigation”

Defense Research Institute:  “Defending Damages vs. Liability: Do I Want the Same Jurors?”

Defense Research Institute:  “Insurance Bad Faith and Extra-Contractual Liability”

Defense Research Institute:  “Insurance Fraud and Suspicious Claims”

Defense Research Institute:  “Navigating Juror Reactions to Mesothelioma”

Defense Research Institute:  “Making Your Damages Argument Persuasive”

Defense Research Institute:  “Minimizing Damages in High Damages Cases”

Defense Research Institute:  “Trial Techniques”

Defense Research Institute:  “What Jurors Need to Hear about the Punitive Damages Case”

Defense Research Institute:  “Trial Structure and Jury Decision Making in Asbestos Cases”

False Claims Act and Qui Tam Trial Institute 2017:  “Voir Dire and Jury Selection”

Hayward City Attorney’s Office:  “What Makes Jurors Tick? Jury Consulting Tools and Ways They Can Benefit City Attorneys”

Hospital Insurance Forum:  “Medical Malpractice and Hospital Negligence”

Illinois State Bar Association through Bridgeport Continuing Education:  “What Makes Jurors Tick”

Illinois State Bar Association:  “Jury Selection Techniques and the Use of Jury Focus Groups”

Inns of Court, Judge Abner McCall:  “Jury Selection”

International Association of Defense Counsel Midyear Meeting:  “Mock Jury Panels”

International Eminent Domain Seminar:  “Getting the Most Out of Your Juries”

Legal Nurse Consultants Annual Convention: “How Jurors Perceive Issues in Medical Negligence Cases”

Los Angeles City Attorneys Office:  “Jury Selection and Voir Dire”

Los Angeles County Bar Association: “Jury Selection for Criminal Defense Attorneys”

Los Angeles County Bar Association: “A Fish Out of Water: The Corporate Executive as a Testifying Witness”

Los Angeles Federal Public Defender’s Office: “Juror Attitudes and Choice in Criminal Defense”

Los Angeles Trial Lawyers’ Association: “Approaches to Jury Selection”

Mealey’s Bad Faith Conference: “How to Prepare a Witness in a Bad Faith Case”

Mealey’s Bad Faith Conference: “Trying a Bad Faith Case”

Mealey’s Mold Litigation Conference: “Shaping Opinions”

Mealey’s Nursing Home Litigation Conference: “Practical Insights into Jury Selection”

National Asbestos Conference: “Jury Selection and Social Media”

National Asian Pacific Bar Association: “Juror Views of Asian Litigants in U.S. Courts”

National Association of Certified Valuation Analysis: “How to Win Jurors and Influence Outcomes as an Expert Witness”

National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel: “Jury Selection in Personal Injury Litigation”

National Association of Women Litigators  Corporate Counsel:  “Insurance Coverage Litigation

National Employment Law Institute:  “Use of Demonstrative Evidence”

National Expert Witness Advanced Program:  “Medical Malpractice and Hospital Negligence

National Expert Witness Advanced Program: “The Rise of the Expert Witness in the 1990s”

New York Bar Association, Intellectual Property Section: “Picking Juries in Patent Cases”

Orange County Bar Association:  “Jury Selection and Theme Developoment in Employment Litigation”

Orange County Public Defender’s Office:  “Jury Psychology:  Selecting the Panel”

Oregon State Bar:  “Tactics and Techniques from Top Trial Consultants”

PLI Patent Litigation Conference:  “Juror Reactions to Obviousness”

San Diego County Bar Association CLE Program:  “Advocacy and Diversity”

San Francisco Bar Association:  “Presenting Antitrust Cases to Jurors”

San Francisco Association of Business Trial Lawyers: “Juror Perceptions of Trial Attorneys”

Santa Clara Bar Association:  “High Tech Employment Litigation”

Santa Clara Bar Association:  “Dealing with the Impact of Notorious Events”

Texas State Bar Patent Litigation Group:  “Advanced Patent Litigation 2005: Strategies & Tactics”

Transportation Mega-Conference III:  “Trucking and Motor Carrier Litigation”

Trial Attorneys of America Annual Meeting:  “Preparing Your Expert for Successful Trial Testimony”

U.C. Hastings Law School:  “Tools for Uncovering Juror Bias”

U.S. Department of Justice, National Advocacy Center:  “Civil Mock Trials for a Race Discrimination Case & an ADA Case”

U.S. Department of Justice, Northern District of Texas:  “Witness Preparation”