In a recent interview with WCCO News, I was asked to provide insight into the jury questionnaire recently distributed to potential jurors for the George Floyd case.
In a high profile, media-saturated case involving racial issues, the jury questionnaire may be more helpful for the defense rather than the prosecution.
First, it encourages people who favor the side of prosecution to speak too freely about their preconceived opinions on the case, which can serve to document why...
DOAR is proud to support AFHU’s 50th Annual George A. Katz Torch of Learning Award Celebration, honoring Martin Lipton of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz.
American Friends of the Hebrew University (AFHU) is a national, not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) charitable organization that connects the passions of Americans to the talent at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, one of the world’s most distinguished academic and research institutions.
For more information about the event, visit https://www.afhu.org/event/50th-annual-george-a-katz-torch-of-learning-award-luncheon/.
August 25, 2020 – New York, NY – DOAR, the nation’s leading trial consulting company, today released important findings from a new study that measured how jurors differ in their opinions on topics central to high tech patent litigation, including the parties involved, infringement, and validity. The results highlight both fundamental similarities and noteworthy differences among jurors in the Northern District of California (NDCA), Western District of Texas (WDTX), and the District of Delaware.
July 27, 2020, New York, New York – DOAR, the nation’s top trial consulting company, today announced the spin-off of its expert witness division into a wholly-owned subsidiary, WIT Legal, LLC (“WIT”). The rapid growth and success of the expert witness business have clearly established it as a major player in the industry. Launching WIT allows for a more aggressive and forward-looking strategy to expand its reach and to emphasize its unique approach to driving the retention of the...