Tempe, Ariz., June 25, 2018 — Ipro Tech, LLC, a worldwide leader in eDiscovery solutions, announced today the release of the all-new TrialDirector 360, the most widely-used trial presentation application available. TrialDirector 360 streamlines the trial presentation process with powerful tools to professionally present case evidence in court. “We’ve made an already proven and robust … continue reading »
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You put a lot of time and effort into preparing your case for trial, but how are you going to effectively show your case to the jury? TrialDirector was designed specifically for trial (as you can tell by the name) and is the leading trial presentation software because of the following features: Organize witness workbooks … continue reading »
Despite the hours and hours of preparation before a trial, one single decision or piece of evidence could completely change the course of the case. You are able to think and react quickly, but unfortunately, unfamiliar technology can be a stumbling block in a dynamic and stressful environment. Even well-practiced lawyers struggle when trying to … continue reading »
Some people just have it. The confidence, the perfect rhythm and speed of talking, the right vocabulary and stories…everything to make a stellar presentation. They could be talking about the importance of tying your shoes with two loops instead of one, and you would still leave the room feeling inspired to be a better person. … continue reading »
The parents of 8-year-old Gabriel Taye have filed a federal law suit against officials of the Cincinnati Public Schools district; but it has nothing to do with failure to educate, oversized classrooms, or discrimination, which are common reasons for legal action involving schools. Gabriel’s parents blame the school officials for allowing and even covering up … continue reading »
First, Atticus would definitely fit in with his tasteful glasses and sophisticated three-piece suit. Second, his experience in the courtroom would be completely different from the events that happened during the infamous “Robinson v. Ewell” case. The single father and lawyer from the classic novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” has been a timeless example of honor, … continue reading »