Leveraging Technology in the Courtroom: Planning and Creating Winning Digital Trial Presentations
Strategies for Using 3D Animation, Trial Software, iPads, Video, Mobile Apps, Wearables and More in Courtroom Presentations
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide trial counsel with strategies for effectively using technology in the courtroom. The panel will discuss how to create digital presentations that will capture and hold a jury’s attention, integrate technology into examinations and arguments, and leverage data from wearable devices, Google Maps and Street View, and other cutting edge technology.
- Rules governing electronic presentation of evidence
- Technology options
- Planning a presentation
- Using digital exhibits at trial
- Authentication and admission
- Cutting edge technologies
- Working with vendors
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the most effective approaches for incorporating multimedia presentations into courtroom arguments?
- What are some of the best trial software and mobile apps available for litigators?
- When should counsel consider hiring a litigation technology vendor?
- How can data from wearables help build a case?
- How have courts addressed evidence acquired from cutting-edge technology like wearables?
Barnes & Roberts
Mr. Barnes tries lawsuits in state and federal courts throughout Texas and on both coasts with an emphasis on... | Read More
Mr. Barnes tries lawsuits in state and federal courts throughout Texas and on both coasts with an emphasis on intellectual property, products liability and business torts. In the 1990s, he was a pioneer in the replacement of traditional illustration techniques then used in trial graphics with modern technologies such as desktop publishing, large format color printing, 3D animation, 3D printing and electronic evidence presentation. With more than two decades of trial experience encompassing over 100 trials, he regularly shapes case themes and develops presentation strategies for witnesses and arguments. As a graphic artist, he designs and creates powerful, persuasive demonstratives, and leads his firm's team in managing all presentation needs for the trial, including boards, slide shows, animations, documents, video, witness preparation and live demonstrations.Close
Elizabeth M. Sorenson Brotten
Lind Jensen Sullivan & Peterson
Ms. Brotten focuses her practice on defending product manufacturers, suppliers, and installers in high-risk... | Read More
Ms. Brotten focuses her practice on defending product manufacturers, suppliers, and installers in high-risk product liability and toxic tort cases. She is experienced in commercial litigation matters. She also assists clients in the agricultural and oil and gas industries with drafting and negotiating agreements essential to their business operations. She has written and presented at conferences regarding litigation issues.Close
Mr. Garrey’s litigation practice focuses on employment disputes, trade secret misappropriation, covenants not to... | Read More
Mr. Garrey’s litigation practice focuses on employment disputes, trade secret misappropriation, covenants not to compete, cybersecurity and general commercial disputes. He is a former general counsel to two technology firms and has a wealth of experience handling “bet the company” litigation matters.Close
Mr. Maxfield represents individual consumers in cases against banks, credit reporting agencies, and insurance... | Read More
Mr. Maxfield represents individual consumers in cases against banks, credit reporting agencies, and insurance companies. He obtained one of the highest punitive damage verdicts in America against a creditor in a credit reporting case. Dave has taught more than 50 CLE programs and speaks regularly in the media on issues affecting consumers. In addition to speaking on consumer law issues, he frequently trains other lawyers on the use of technology, and was a speaker at the American Bar Association’s National Techshow in Chicago several times.Close