In conjunction with Citizens Bank and Bernero & Press, DOAR is pleased to host a breakfast to consider the issues of diversity and inclusion in law and legal services. In facilitating a gathering of senior legal leadership across the full spectrum of sector participants, we seek to foster and promote a sharing of practical thought leadership and helpful networking.
Attendees will include senior management of law firms and corporations, and other industry participants – coming together in a format designed to encourage idea generation and problem-solving through relaxed dialogue...Read Full Article >
NEW YORK, Dec. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Paul Bernardini, one of the nation’s leading legal industry experts, will now head the company’s Expert Witness Consulting (EWC) business. Paul was previously Vice President of Sales & Marketing and responsible for much of the growth of the EWC business at DOAR. His new role as Vice President of Expert Witness Consulting reflects the company’s increased commitment to being a leader in the expert witness industry as it has been in the trial consulting industry for decades.
Paul is a lawyer having received...Read Full Article >
Watch experts DOAR and Substantia in weighing the issues and litigation considerations arising from new research into documentary delivery lapses in this Mortgage-Backed Securities Webinar.How big is the problem? Who is impacted? What are the implications? What lessons have been learned from prior RMBS litigation in how to engage jurors? What are some of the jury characteristics we might expect to see in this sector? What are the considerations in presenting such a case? How do juries respond to these sorts of cases? Are there any lessons... Read Full Article >
Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Companies find themselves in the crosshairs for major matter “bet-the-farm” litigation and recent research tends to suggest that such large-scale litigation is going to increase. In order to best advise our clients as they respond to this shifting landscape, DOAR conducted empirical research designed to identify the key factors that contribute to jurors’ perceptions of product liability and defending companies, and how juror attitudes can be altered. What may be surprising is the vigor and specificity in feedback offered by individuals – as customers and...Read Full Article >