Category Archives: Litigation

Innovation Needed to Attract Silicon Valley In-House Counsel

David King Keller Ph.D. and Jeffrey F. Silber, CPA, MBA, CMC In a meeting billed as the “In-House Counsel Summit” on Wednesday afternoon, a panel of three legal leaders from…

Tips for Better Presenting Photographs in Court

Michael Kelleher This article was first published by Michael Kelleher on the Cogent Legal Blog at Well-presented photographs are powerful tools for litigators. In this post, I’ll share some samples that…

Excel for Litigators: Tips to Present Numbers and Calculations at Trial

Litigators must master the presentation of numbers and calculations in trial because numbers often prove damages and/or liability. However, showing and explaining numbers and calculations in trial can present challenges, particularly with hard-to-interpret spreadsheets and non-cooperative, adverse witnesses.

Litigation Tech Tips for Easy Access and Analysis of Key Case Info

Litigation would be much easier if you could work on just one case at a time, and if each case moved quickly to a conclusion. Unfortunately, litigators don’t have that luxury. Litigators need to jump from case to case, putting out fires in one, then jumping to the next. Because litigation can span years, litigators often need to return to information and analysis done weeks, months or even years ago.