Big Data in Litigation: Leveraging Analytics for Jury Selection, Trial Costs, Determining Case Strategy
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide litigators on how to use big data leading up to, and during, litigation. The panel will explore how data is being used to govern decisions as trial approaches, including settlement conditions, surveying potential jury member demographics, and use of psychographics for desired outcomes at trial.
- Overview of big data and what types of analytics it offers to litigators
- Discussion of pre-trial data analytics, including case budgets and business decisions
- Discussion of data analytics during litigation, including panel selection, AFAs and exposure calculations
- Best practices for obtaining and using big data analytics before and during litigation all the way from pre-trial motions through the appeal
The panel will review these and other relevant topics:
- What does big data include?
- How can big data be used to govern business decisions leading up to trial?
- How can big data analytics be leveraged both in the trial court and on appeal?
Stephen E. Embry
Mr. Embry is a frequent speaker, blogger and writer. He publishes TechLaw Crossroads, a blog devoted to the examination... | Read More
Mr. Embry is a frequent speaker, blogger and writer. He publishes TechLaw Crossroads, a blog devoted to the examination of the tension between technology, the law and the practice of law. Mr. Embry is co-chair of the ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center and on the Board of Editors of the Law Practice Today webzine. He is a member of the Leadership Council of the ABA Law Practice Division. Mr. Embry serves as Chair of the Kentucky Bar Association’s Law Practice Task Force and Webinar Chair and Steering Committee member of Defense Research Institute’s Law Practice Managment section.Close
Kirk C. Jenkins
Horvitz & Levy
Mr. Jenkins has served as appellate counsel in approximately 200 appeals and petitions for interlocutory review in... | Read More
Mr. Jenkins has served as appellate counsel in approximately 200 appeals and petitions for interlocutory review in state and federal courts across the country. And yet, he understands that sometimes the most successful appeals are the ones that don’t have to happen — whether because the plaintiff concludes that an appeal from a defense verdict is unlikely to succeed, or because post-trial motions have reduced an adverse verdict to the point where an acceptable resolution is possible.Close
Evan R. Moses
Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart
Mr. Moses focuses the majority of his practice on “bet the company” employment class/collective action... | Read More
Mr. Moses focuses the majority of his practice on “bet the company” employment class/collective action litigation, including taking mass actions through trial. He is a recognized leader in developing methodologies for quantifying litigation risk, and using these tools to ensure results with a high return on investment. He prides himself on obtaining practical, business-oriented, and quantifiable results for his clients.Close