DOAR, Inc. has relocated its headquarters and consolidated its New York City and Lynbrook, NY offices in a new location in Herald Square. Focus groups and mock trials that were previously held in DOAR’s Digital Courtroom on Long Island are now being held in a research facility around the corner from the office and very convenient to Penn Station.
The new office reflects DOAR’s commitment to promoting collaboration and the use of technology. The office design features a completely open floor plan, flexible work space and the latest in...Read Full Article >
DOAR’s Roy Futterman, Ph.D. has joined the project as a Jury Consultant Advisor.
The Civil Jury Project is led by Stephen Susman of Susman Godfrey LLP and Professors Samuel Issacharoff and Catherine Sharkey and was created to research the decreasing use of civil juries as a method for resolving disputes, to encourage public discussion on this issue, and to provide recommendations for increasing the use of civil juries nationally. The project has enlisted distinguished federal and state judges, academics, attorneys and jury consultants as advisors. It recently...Read Full Article >
We are pleased to share with you our newly updated website at www.DOAR.com. The website focuses on our clients, our employees and the great work we all do together using videos, photos and animations. The emphasis on multimedia and the appropriate use of text are consistent with our advice to our clients regarding how best to communicate to jurors, judges and arbitrators.
Gene Klimov, DOAR’s CTO who led the website’s design, states “The design and development of the website was a truly collaborative process that allowed us...Read Full Article >
A US Appeals Court ruled that the United States government has to return 10 rare gold coins worth tens of millions of dollars to the family from which they were seized. The rare, 1933 Double Eagle coins were provided to the government for authentication by the family of Israel Swift after they were found in a safe where they presumably sat for decades. Virtually every Double Eagle gold coin that was minted was melted down when the government went off of the gold standard. In seizing the coins, the...Read Full Article >