July 25, 2020 – New York, NY – DOAR, the nation’s leading trial consulting company, today released important findings from a new study that measured the perceived prevalence of discrimination and harassment in the workplace and the effects on jurors’ attitudes toward employment cases alleging the specific wrongdoings. The results indicate overwhelmingly that many factors come to bear—including political beliefs, personal experience, and the #MeToo movement—on how jurors will evaluate the context in which employment lawyers advance case themes on their clients’ behalf.
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February 26, 2020, New York, NY – DOAR, the leading global consulting firm providing critical insight and strategic advice to lawyers on complex legal disputes, today announced significant growth in 2019 driven by high profile white collar criminal defense cases, multi-billion-dollar civil cases and intellectual property disputes involving emerging technologies.
DOAR continued to be involved in the most complex, high profile white collar criminal cases in New York, California, Illinois and New Jersey. These include cases alleging spoofing, bribery, wire fraud, money laundering, political corruption and accounting fraud. Growth...
Congratulations to our clients Michael Schachter, Randall Jackson, Casey Donnelly, Philip DiSanto, and the rest of the trial team at Willkie Farr & Gallagher on their unprecedented victory on behalf of Privinvest Group executive Jean Boustani. Following a six week trial before Judge William Kuntz in the Eastern District of New York, the jury...
Today’s political climate has created an environment where simple words can unintentionally trigger polarized views and quick judgments. Watch Scott Allen, President at DOAR, discuss the importance of conducting jury research to develop case themes.
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